Best Hotels Mexico, Acapulco Edition

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for the best hotels Mexico has to offer, and here we take a very close look at the coastal city of Acapulco. Whether you’re checking out the cliff divers at La Quebrada, lounging on one of Acapulco’s beautiful beaches, hiking on La Roqueta Island, fishing for sailfish or doing anything else that strikes your fancy, Acapulco can be a relaxing getaway. Finding the best hotels Mexico will provide can be challenging task in today’s world, which is why we took lots of time to comb through all Acapulco hotels carefully, weeding out the good from the exceptional.

Acapulco, a port of call for shipping and cruise lines between Panama and San Francisco, has a population of around 700,000 people. One of Mexico’s oldest beach resorts and a favorite place to visit among celebrities in the 1970s, Acapulco has acquired a reputation of late as being dangerous. As such, it’s important to be extra cautious when traveling there. The US government states that the area is a no travel zone; however, some of those with Acapulco travel experience as well as some locals disagree. Check out this article for a list of some safety tips for when traveling to Acapulco. Now that we’ve shed light on some risks involved when traveling to Acapulco, it’s time to check out the rewards, these best hotels Mexico has for you, straight outta Acapulco.

 

Banyan Tree Cabo Marques

Boulevard Cabo Marques

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What’s around?

Banyan Tree Cabo Marques is situated on a cliff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. This 5-star hotel offers a full-service spa, 3 restaurants, private pools, floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views, a private sun deck, plasma TVs, bathrobes and minibars. It can be found near Peninsula Restaurantes, Playa Majahua (public beach), Playa Hermosa (public beach), Restaurante Amparito, Sukha & Sal (restaurant), Playas De Acapulco Diamante (public beach), Revolcadero (public beach), Enramada Martha (seafood restaurant), Restaurant Tonita, Parota Familiar Campestre (seafood restaurant) and more.

Chapel of Peace is 2 miles, House of Culture is 3.7 miles, Acapulco Navy Historic Museum is 3.9 miles, Roqueta Island is 4 miles, San Diego Fort is 4.9 miles, La Quebrada is 5.1 miles, Palma Sola Archaeological Zone is 6.8 miles and General Juan N Alvarez Airport is 7.1 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $585


Encanto Acapulco

Jacque Cousteau 51

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What’s near here?

Encanto Acapulco overlooks Acapulco Bay from Brisas Marques’ highest point and features a swimming pool, iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, terraces, private pools, a gym, a business center, massage facilities, an on-site cinema, multiple restaurants and a bar. You can find Capilla del Atardecer (chapel), Punta Sirena (wedding venue), Punta Bruja (landmark), Playa Privada Las Brisas (public beach), Xtasea (adventure sports), Hannah Sun Club, Capilla de la Paz (chapel), Zibu (restaurant), Sirocco (Spanish restaurant), Mirador Puerto Marques (lookout point), Mirador Puerto Marques (lookout point) and more close to this 5-star hotel.

From here Chapel of Peace is 0.7 miles, House of Culture is 2.4 miles, Acapulco Navy Historic Museum is 2.6 miles, Roqueta Island is 3.2 miles, San Diego Fort is 3.6 miles, Acapulco Cathedral and La Quebrada are 4 miles, Las Isla Acapulco Shopping Village is 6.5 miles and General Juan N Alvarez Airport is 8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (pool villa): $343

 

 

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Monyoli Hotel & Boutique

Av. Vicente Guerrero 100

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Playa La Bonfil

Offering an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi, free private parking, family rooms, terraces, a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, flat-screen TVs and air conditioning, Monyoli Hotel & Boutique is close to Playa La Bonfil (public beach), Playa La Gloria (public beach), Scala Sea Club (restaurant), Acapulco Playa Bonfil (seafood restaurant), Bonfil Surf School and Shop, la Orquidea (seafood restaurant), Playa Bruja (seafood restaurant), Elcano Diamond (Spanish restaurant) and more.

This hotel is 2 miles from Forum De Mundo Imperial, 2.1 miles from La Isla Acapulco Shopping Village, 8.5 miles from Chapel of Peace, 9.5 miles from Acapulco Navy Historic Museum and House of Culture, 11.3 miles from Roqueta Island, 12 miles from San Diego Fort, 12.3 miles from Acapulco Cathedral and 1.2 miles from General Juan N Alvarez Airport.

Approximate cost per night (quadruple room): $92

Cost per person (four people): $22


Quinta Real Acapulco

Paseo de la Quinta

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In the area?

With a pool, an on-site jewelry shop and children’s activities daily, Quinta Real Acapulco resides near Xtasea Tirolesa (adventure sports), Club de Golf (golf course), Aca Fit (gym), La Casa de la Pasta (Italian restaurant), Oxxo (grocery store), TOKS (restaurant), Vinoteca (wine bar), Starbucks, Sam’s Club, Walmart, Mall Las Olas Diamond (shopping mall) and more. This hotel is not far from Banyan Tree Cabo Marques.

Approximate cost per night: $182

 

 

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Penthouse Villas Luna Marina

Costa Grande 225

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Las Playas

Penthouse Villas Luna Marina has an outdoor swimming pool with ocean views, free WiFi, air conditioning, a balcony, a terrace, a garden, barbecue facilities, free parking, massage service and boat rentals. Antojitos Polette (down home cooking restaurant), OXXO (convenience store), Bar Lounge Molokini, Banquetes Aida’s (wedding venue), Pozoleria Los Flamingos (restaurant) and more are all located near this penthouse.

La Quebrada is 0.3 miles, Acapulco Cathedral is 1 mile, Roqueta Island and San Diego Fort are 1.2 miles, Palma Sola Archaeological Zone is 3.5 miles, Chapel of Peace is 4.1 miles, House of Culture is 4.3 miles, Forum De Mundo Imperial is 10.5 miles and General Juan N Alvarez Airport is 11.9 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night: $108

Cost per person (eight people): $14

 

 

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A&V Hotel Boutique

Av. Fuerza Aerea Mexicana

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Luces en el Mar

This boutique hotel offers an outdoor pool, a pool bar, a terrace, sea views, a restaurant, a bar, free WiFi, free private parking and a 24-hour front desk. Nearby are Jardin De Eventos Casa Mia (restaurant), Enramada Miying (restaurant), Restaurant Las Delicias, Novoa’s Los Chivitos Beach Club, Villa Rubi (seafood restaurant) and more.

From this hotel you may find Palma Sola Archaeological Zone 8.1 miles, La Quebrada and Acapulco Cathedral 8.4 miles, San Diego Fort 8.7 miles, Roqueta Island 9.7 miles, House of Culture and Acapulco Navy Historic Museum 11.8 miles, Chapel of Peace 12.3 miles, La Isla Acapulco Shopping Village 18.8 miles, Forum De Mundo Imperial 18.9 miles and General Juan N Alvarez Airport 20.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom chalet): $186

Cost per person (five people): $38

 

 

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Casa Jaguar Hotel & Boutique

Nicolas Bravo 97B

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And here?

Casa Jaguar Hotel & Boutique is a well-regarded hotel with free WiFi, free private parking, a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, flat-screen TVs, seating areas and air conditioning. It is near Monyoli Hotel & Boutique.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe quadruple room): $354

Cost per person (four people): $89

 

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So, there you have them, the best hotels Mexico, Acapulco edition. We hope you have found your perfect accommodation and most of all, that you have a fantastic and safe trip!

6 Replies to “Best Hotels Mexico, Acapulco Edition”

  1. My family and I are planning a trip to Mexico this winter. Warm weather calls us. I like the review, gives us a heads up on where to go. The one that really stands out for me is Playa La Bonfil. I like the amenities as well as the 24 hours staff on duty. Helps to feel a little safer, knowing someone is working at all times. 

  2. Hi! I agree with those that say you can still go to Acapulco. I know the US government has stated that it’s a no travel zone. And that statement is based on stats. But in my books, most people don’t follow the list of safety tips you have mentioned in the link (and to me those tips are quite obvious and not difficult to follow). I’ll definitely go back.

  3. Your hotel recommendation is the best and most of all, it looks safe knowing that the security of these hotels are good for tourists. I like the Playa la Bonfil because of the affordability and the mexican vibe of the hotel. Quinta Real Acapulco is also a winner for me because its child friendly which a lot of parents would consider in looking for a place to stay. 

    Acapulco is a great tourist destination because of its vibrance and real epitome of Mexican island vibe. There’s so many places waiting to be explored in Acapulco such as forts, museum, historical churches, lagoons and of course the beaches. I can’t wait to experience walking the patios and be hypnotized by the culture and the arts painted and sculpted as murals. Thanks for sharing!  

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