We lodged there with a family of five. Two adults, one senior, a teen and baby. Definitely spacious enough for all and the view was beautiful BUT the previous tenants that occupied the space had gotten robbed... We were advised to take all valuables, ipads, etc with us. It made me very uncomfortable wondering if when we walked in we were going to encounter thieves.
The place is very run down, the elevators are slow, valet parking took 90minutes to retrieve our car. It was just fair.
Unfortunately, all of Acapulco seemed to be in a sad state due to the economic crisis. As far as safety in the street. Never felt unsafe. The streets were pretty calm and not booming with the dynamic I recall Acapulco to be. It's very sad. Would we return? Unfortunately not, the ambiance was just sad and dreadful. On another note, we went to San Miguel de Allende the following week and that's the Mexico I remember.... lively and happy....
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A new boutique suite hotel privately owned and independant from Las Torres Gemelas although located in the same twin towers. All suites are luxury suites with complete kitchen, US & Canadian satellite HDTV, flat screen HDTVs, surround sound systems, free high speed internet and all new modern furnishings. Located in the middle of Acapulco Bay on a private beach only steps away from most of Acapulco's famous restaurants, shopping, bars and discos. ... more less
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