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- Pie de la Cuesta
- Playa de Barra Vieja
- Forum de Mundo Imperial
- Diana the Huntress
- Acapulco Convention Center
- Playa Caletilla
- Parque Papagayo
- Delfines Paradise
- El Rollo Acapulco
- Playa Revolcadero
- Palma Sola Archaeological Zone
- La Quebrada Cliffs
- La Roqueta Island
- Bahia de Puerto Marques
- Playa Pichilingue
- La Isla Shopping Village
- Botanical Gardens of Acapulco
- Tres Vidas Golf Club
Four Star Acapulco hotels
Most popular areas in Acapulco for 4-star hotelsYou’ll find many of Acapulco’s 4-star hotels set along the main drag, actually a 6-lane highway, La Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán, which extends right around the curve of Acapulco Bay. This location means you’re near the main Acapulco beaches, and also not far from the charming old town area with it sidewalk cafés, restaurants, and bars. You can also find a selection of 4-star hotels in the Dorado district, Acapulco’s most recently developed neighborhood which has a contemporary resort ambience and a varied choice of upmarket eateries and chic bars.
Top 4-star hotels in AcapulcoOverlooking the ocean, the Fiesta Americana Villas is a modern, high-rise hotel with 324 stylish rooms. Set on Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán, the hotel has easy access to Acapulco’s main attractions. The Princess Mundo Imperial is in the Diamante district and overlooks Revocadero Beach. The hotel is surrounded by lush tropical gardens and has great amenities including 5 swimming pools. Located in Diamante, Resort Mundo Imperial has 814 impressive rooms with designer detailing. Leisure facilities include 6 pools, a fitness center, and 3 clay tennis courts.
Where to find the best restaurants in AcapulcoVisit the Dorado district for a varied choice of sophisticated Mexican cuisine, which takes traditional national dishes and adds contemporary twists. You can also find a selection of Asian restaurants in Dorado serving the cuisines of Japan and Thailand as well as fashionable Pacific Rim dishes. Another neighborhood for upmarket restaurants is the modern district of Diamante, where you’ll find contemporary Mexican dishes and international cuisine, with several restaurants offering spectacular ocean views to accompany your meal. Diamante also has restaurants offering fresh seafood and Asian fusion cooking.
The most popular things to do in AcapulcoLearn about Acapulco’s fascinating history at the Museo Histórico de Acapulco, housed in a fortress built by the Spanish in 17th-century colonial times. Exhibits at the museum explore Acapulco’s past as an important trading port for the Spanish, and the wars of independence that eventually led to Mexico’s independence. Get a taste of laid-back Mexican life in the old town area at the Zocalo, a leafy square bordered on one side by the distinctively modernist, 1930s Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Cathedral. Relax in one of the sidewalk cafés while mariachi musicians serenade you. You’ll also want to go and see the Clavadistas de la Quebrada, the intrepid divers who hurl themselves off high cliff top ledges and, of course, sprawl out on Acapulco’s golden-sand beaches.
Best ways to get around AcapulcoPublic buses run at regular intervals along the main drag of La Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán, which travels right along Acapulco’s main curved bay, taking you to many of the city’s principal attractions. Other bus services are available, but you’ll get the best out of them if you can speak Spanish. Taxis are easy to find in the tourist areas, especially outside the large hotels. Not all drivers speak English so it can be helpful to have your destination written on a piece of paper.
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