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This lively sun-drenched destination entered the limelight the moment Elvis Presley’s stunt double made a thrilling dive off the 136-foot cliffs at La Quebrada in the film Fun in Acapulco. Since then, Hollywood stars, and millions of visitors continue to arrive along Acapulco’s glistening shores.

Region: Mexico

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Las Brisas Acapulco

Las Brisas Acapulco

Our 3.5-Star classification designates those properties where guests experience an ideal mix of comfortable accommodations and modern amenities. Most of these hotels feature a variety of services, and offer distinguished style and comfort. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.
Acapulco Bay

Includes 251 spacious casitas with stunning views on 40 acres of lush hibiscus gardens on a hillside high above famous Acapulco Bay. Each casita has its own private or semi-private pool, terrace and fully-stocked mini-bar. Brisas Beach Club: Complimen...

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Overview

The city is divided into three zones: the north end, known as Old Acapulco; the main part of the bay, known as Zona Dorada (golden zone); and to the south, the sparkling Diamante (diamond) zone dotted with high-rise luxury hotels, bars, restaurants, and lively nightclubs.

Located 240 miles south of Mexico City, Acapulco still shares its vast treasures with pleasure-seeking vacationers drawn to its bountiful shores, wellness offerings, golf courses and entertainment options. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to watch La Quebrada Cliff Divers plunge head first into Acapulco’s shining seas.

What To Do

Explore Old Acapulco on the west side of the city. Hop a boat to rustic Isla de la Roqueta, where you’ll find a small zoo, lovely beaches and hiking trails offering breathtaking vistas. Visit the Byzantine-style Cathedral Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, the historic Fort of San Diego and beautiful beaches including Caleta, Caletilla, and Manzanillo.

Take a trip to Pie de la Cuesta, a small seaside village north of Acapulco, and cruise the picturesque Laguna de Coyuca. Watch graceful La Quebrada Cliff Divers plummet headlong into Acapulco’s glistening seas.