Located in Zona Dorada, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Plaza Bahia, and 3 mi (4.8 km) from La Quebrada Cliffs. Diana Galleries ...
Set above Condesa Beach in the Hotel Zone on the waterfront, this family-friendly resort is built around the hillside's giant boulders, with staircases leading ...
Known as a beach holiday destination, Acapulco vacations during its warm months are quite common, however there are many other places of interest in this fascinating location. Acapulco travel would not be complete without a visit to the El Veladero ecological reserve or the Coyuca Lagoon. For those interested in other forms of culture while on their Acapulco vacations, exploring the surrounding region of Guerrero, watching and experiencing the locals go about their daily routines, and sampling the local fruit can be an interesting adventure. Evening entertainment is amply-supplied by the Cliff Divers, an Acapulco even you don't want to miss.
Weather in Acapulco is pleasant and warm, with temperatures averaging 30 degrees Celsius. The dry season, between November and May is the best. Between June and October, the wet season, the rain mainly falls at night, allowing for daytime activities. The low season for Acapulco travel is in the summer, when the temperatures soar. Availability of rooms, and prices for travel and accommodation are lower during the hot and humid months. One of the main events is "The Day of the virgin of Guadalupe," which occurs in December. Spring Break is also a big event in Acapulco.
Pie de la Cuesta, a long and beautiful natural beach, is enjoyed by photographers, bird watchers, and locals.
Coyuca Lagoon is a great place to stop and relax. Lie in a hammock, enjoy acerveza, and listen to the birds.
Away from the tourist locations, Playa Caleta and Playa Caletilla are family friendly beaches with great Mexican food.
Guerrero's fabulous countryside provides plenty of fresh local fruit and produce.
View the sunken Patron Saint Guadalupe from a glass-bottom boat, then enjoy the animals at Roqueta Island's zoo.
El Veladero National Park is a spectacular ecological reserve. For hikers or by horseback, enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
For those interested in archeology, the Palma Sola Archeology site is very interesting and of historical significance.
Late night clubbing is sophisticated and lively at Planet Hollywood, Baby O, and the Hard Rock Cafe.
From Playa Caleta, catch a Glass-Bottom boat ride to Isla La Roqueta and enjoy great food and swimming.
Capilla de la Paz, at 1,200 feet, is a chapel with a gorgeous view. Admire the huge cross, which is 130 feet across.
Families on Acapulco vacations will enjoy CiCi Water Park, where you can swim with dolphins and enjoy their many water slides.
Watch the daring divers at the La Quebrada cliffs. Dives are made both day and night, 125 feet into the sea.
Go dancing with a great view at the Mandara Discotheque, a nightclub built on the side of a hill.
Fort San Diego, houses the Acapulco Historical Museum, which displays native pottery and Pre-Columbian exhibits.
Admirers of the work of Sergio Bustamante will appreciate the popular and large art gallery displaying his works.
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