Acapulco

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Banyan Tree Cabo Marques is a five-pearl resort located in Acapulco’s fashionable Diamente neighborhood. — Oyster
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Parrots squawk in treetops beneath glass-enclosed suites at dawn at Encanto, an architectural stunner in Acapulco's sophisticated Diamante neighborhood. — Concierge
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This boutique-style hotel was built by J. Paul Getty in 1958 as a personal retreat. — Fodor's
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Romantic, lovely Las Brisas commands amazing views from its vantage point high above the bay. — Lonely Planet
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Established for decades on the rocks jutting out over la playa Caletilla, this hotel was in dire need of a transformation. — Michelin Guide
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The Fairmont Acapulco Princess Hotel Review: The Fairmont Acapulco Princess boasts 1,011 rooms in three buildings, including an iconic, fifteen-story step pyramid. — Gayot
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This striking 28-story landmark lies in the center of Acapulco Bay, conveniently located between Acapulco's clubbing area and the old city — Star Service
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Camino Real Acapulco Diamante is a family-friendly, three-and-a-half pearl oceanfront hotel on stunning Puerto Marques Bay — Oyster
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Currently the gold standard in Acapulco luxury, though if you stay here you may not leave; it’s a self-contained, all-inclusive resort. — Rough Guide
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Room decor is fresh and casual in a blue-and white theme; expect perks like hair dryer and mini-bar. — Michelin Guide
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6 reviews
The charm is intact, and the rooms are still alluring. — DK Eyewitness
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For nonstop elegance overlooking the beach, choose the Quinta Real. All rooms have balconies with excellent sea views. The spa is top of the line, and expensive. Beach access. — Michelin Guide
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A romantic hideaway 20 minutes south of Diamante, Casa Yal'ma Ka'an is a small ecological retreat with its own ocean beach — Frommer's
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This tucked-away retreat has a view so good that the enormous lounge and dining room, complete with baby grand, is wholly open-sided: what a marvelous space it is. — Lonely Planet
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The location of this classic 1930s mid- to-upperrange option – right above La Quebrada – couldn’t be better. — Rough Guide
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A low-key, arty place to hang out with hip Mexicans from the capital and laissez-faire Europeans. — Rough Guide
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This 1620 converted monastery is an island of historic tranquillity. — Fodor's
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Grand Hotel Acapulco is a sprawling, three-and-a-half-pearl family-friendly hotel at the very end of Acapulco’s gorgeous Playa Icacos — Oyster
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Acapulco Malibu is a three-pearl hotel located along bustling Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman, the city’s main tourist artery. — Oyster
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Despite the down-on-its-luck atmosphere, this hotel steeply uphill from La Quebrada is still worth a look for its low prices, small pool and shared balconies with spectacular sunset views. — Lonely Planet
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