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Studio From 2,700 credits Midweek (4 nights)
Studio From 6,300 credits Weekend (3 nights)
Studio From 9,000 credits All week (7 nights)
Low-Season All Inclusive - from just US$39
The rooms shown here may vary depending on the room assigned to you upon arrival.
Park Royal Acapulco ,
Legendary Acapulco is still one of the most famous vacation spots anywhere in the world.
And the Park Royal does Acapulco with the same manic attention to detail, fanatical cleaning and non-stop service from the moment you arrive. All-Inclusive, the Park Royal Acapulco is also self-contained, safe and long on relaxation despite a landscape that's challenging at best. There's even a funicular train to conquer the worst of it. Plenty of custom masonry recall a more mountainous resort, but this is a beach city and fantastic views from the lobby and main restaurant leave no doubt.
There are two swimming pools, one exclusively for adults, a lavish solarium overlooking everything, and Italian and seafood specialty restaurants. The fully equipped Spa & Fitness Center counts with a sauna, steam room and massage and treatments center including aromatherapy and reflexology.
If you haven't been to Acapulco in a while, you'll be surprised by how much has changed, and Royal Holiday has the very best of Acapulco packaged up for you today.
Check-In: 15:00:00 hrs. Check-Out: 12:00:00 hrs.
Address: Costera Guitarrón 110, Fracc. Playa Guitarrón, Acapulco, Guerrero 39880. México
• Safe Deposit Box
• Maid Service
• Lift / Elevator
• Front Desk
• First Aid
• Baby-sitting Service
• Travel Agency
• Car Rental
• Conference Hall
• Convenience Store
• Beauty Salon
• Medical Facilities
• Movie Theater
• Pool Activities
• Swimming Pool
• Children's Activities
• Children's Pool
• Health Club
• Leisure & Recreation
• For Honeymooners
• For Kids
• Big Cities
• Tennis Courts
• Jogging Track
• Scuba Diving
• Cultural Activities
• Golf Course
• Water Skiing
• Horseback Riding
• Wind Surfing
• Historic Sites
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What Acapulco undoubtedly has going for it, is its stunning bay: a sweeping scythe-stroke of yellow sand backed by the white towers of the high-rise hotels and, behind them, the green jungle foothills of the Sierra. Even though there are hundreds of thousands of people here throughout the year, most of the big hotels remain nearly full - it rarely seems oppressively crowded. Certainly there's always space to lie somewhere along the beach, partly because of its sheer size, partly because of the number of rival attractions from hotel pools to parasailing and "romantic" cruises.
By day, if people aren't at the beach or asleep, they're mostly shopping. If you only do one thing in Acapulco, though, make sure you see its most celebrated spectacle, the leap of the daredevil high divers at La Quebrada. About the only place in Acapulco that gives even the slightest sense of the historic role the city played in Mexico's past is the Acapulco Museum in the old town. It's situated inside the Fuerte de San Diego, an impressive, if heavily restored, star-shaped fort built in 1616 to protect the Manila galleons from foreign corsairs.
Along the Costera, downtown is packed with shops, restaurants and a futuristic discos. It is also home to the Centro Cultural, which has an art gallery, a crafts store and a theatre and also hosts a regular program of cultural events with a regional bias. Geared up for bored kids, the Parque Papagayo on Costera at Playa Hornos, offers boating, roller-skating and fairground rides. Further east round the bay, near the Centro Acapulco, the aquatic park CICI has water-based rides and puts on dolphin shows. Your kids will love it!