Fiesta Americana Villas Acapulco

Address: Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman 97, Acapulco, Pacific Coast, 39690, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman 97, Acapulco, is near Isla La Roqueta, CiCi Acapulco Magico, Playa Icacos, and Centro Internacional de Convenciones Acapulco.
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          Travel Blogs from Acapulco

          Acapulco and the corruption

          A travel blog entry by saraandkike on Oct 05, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... can not express how much we were not bothered by this or that we taint people with the same brush because of the group they belong to but it was rather ironic considering the week before I left Mexico for the summer Kike and myself were approached by some lovely ladies in Mexico City that then proceeded to accuse Kike of being a woman beater (we still have no idea why!) and attacked him, 6 of them! The food was amazing and freshly cooked and definitely recommended if ...

          Acapulco, Mexico

          A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Oct 03, 2015

          13 photos

          ... free! The city definitely feels run-down and old, compared to the glitz and glamour of Cancun. I actually felt a bit sorry for the residents here. I could only imagine how tourism would have been such a booming business during those hay days but it's definitely apparent that the city is in desperate need of a huge injection of money to bring it back to its former glory. But perhaps that was just the cheap part of town ...


          A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 11, 2015

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... s devastating Hurricane Manuel, so tourism (the main industry) has hit an all-time low. The lack of other foreign tourists in the area made us easy targets for determined salespeople and long stares. We didn't feel safe walking around at night, nor comfortable laying on the beach (though we did stumble upon an awesome veggie restaurant). We paid upfront for three nights' stay at our hotel and left after ...

          Welcome to HasBeenVille

          A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 21, 2014

          5 photos

          ... really get in without a private yacht. So each end of the bay represents 2 different class extremes, and the middle is a strip of fast-food, retail shopping, and over-priced family restaurants. I stuck mostly to the old town, as it had more character and energy...but after a day I was good to go. There wasn't really anything to keep me interested, and I was looking forward to the laid-back style of Puerto Escondido.

          10115km / ...

          Sailing down the Mexico Coast

          A travel blog entry by cazzah on Apr 18, 2014

          Today we spent the day sailing down the coast of Mexico. From our map, we are off the coast of Acapulco. No port stops today as we are heading to Guatamala, which takes two nights and two days sailing to arrive. The waters are very calm and the sailing very smooth. We are both very relaxed and Johnny is enjoying the variety of foods on board.