If you're looking for a place to sleep and not much more then you should definitely consider it.
The hotel is a little worn, and there are downsides such as a no in-room safe and an internet service which may or may not work depending on where your room is, but it is clean, comfortable and the staff are very friendly. There is also wifi in the newly-refurbished lobby should you be without the internet in your room.
It is not located on the best part of the Acapulco strip - but not too far from the better bars and the beach - and there are some conveniences nearby, such as a huge Walmart right across the street, and if you're looking for home comforts such as Starbucks, McDonald's or Burger King, then they are all close by.
The pool seems pretty small for the size of the hotel, and always seemed very crowded when I was there - and for that reason I didn't use it. Although I travelled during a Mexican National Holiday, and so the hotel was particularly busy.
On that note, make sure you don't overpay for this hotel. I stayed during a Mexican National Holiday and paid around $115 per night - definitely not worth it, considering I have previously stayed in far more upmarket hotels in Acapulco for $120 (it was one of the few hotels left with rooms available, and perhaps that says something).
Still, if you can get this place for around $70-$80 a night, I think you're onto a good thing, especially if you're sharing as most rooms seem to have two double beds. So, for travellers on a tight budget, I suggest you definitely consider this place. It's safe, clean, and comfortable, albeit in a simple way.
I'd also ask if you can get a high floor, with a room on a corner - this is what I had and the views are pretty amazing - see my pics for the evidence!
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