Hotel Casa Inn Acapulco
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5 hour bustrip to Acapulco thismorning, after last nights effort it was all a bit difficult..
busy city, military and federal police everywhere with casual m16s
off on a boat cruise, with an open bar tonight, followed by watchin some mad pricks jump off cliffs into 6m of water, then back to an open bar for more partytime.
so will be trashed tomorrow for sure, no ...
... is in such shape. Anyway..... He is feeling better now so we have plans for our last week here. First, we are moving to beach-view for our last week. Tomorrow morning early. Then we are going out for lunch with Frank and Liz. Tuesday we are trying to organize a day-trip to Taxco and the archeological ruins along the way. We are checking a couple cab drivers to see who gives the best price. Wed. F & L have made pre-Valentines reservations for the four ...
We don't get too excited about superbowl so here we are up at Starbucks while everyone else watches the game. The city tour on Friday was good. We visited a number of historical sites. We drove through the old downtown area, visited the fort built in late 1600's. it was protecting the trade route of goods coming from the Phillipines, offloaded here and transported across to the ...
... lulling me to sleep...NO! I'm on watch! I'm not really tired, but the situation is very peaceful. Back to reading for me.
Another amazing ride in...we finally arrived in Acapulco! Matthew and George were waiting for us, rounding out our crew at five. It's pretty hot and humid here, no surprise. First we anchored, now we are in a slip at the marina. Looks like some decent amenities.
Met up with Matthew and Jon. We got some work done, ...
... early lunch and ate steak and chips (hoping it would suck up the alcohol). We then went up to the cross on the hill (Ecumencial Chapel of Peace). There is a very sad story to go with it. A rich family owned most of the land and when their 2 sons died in a plane crash returning to Acapulco they built the chapel in memory (or somewhat like that). It is a stunning place with panoramic views of all of the Acapulco Bay. It is situated in a very affluent residential area, where all the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Casa Inn Acapulco
We went as a family vacation and spent New Years in Mexico. The beach is a five minute walk, but it is not located where all the action is. That would be near the Fiesta Americana Hotel. All you have to do is take the bus for 4 pesos.
It was ok!! only if you....
GO TO SLEEP!! :D i went with almost all my family and it was ok, the problem was that it smells like mold!. Staff were very friendly and nice with us. Rates are cool, and the location is the best of all.. Sushi ito, subway, i special recommend Fersatto's restaurante, -typical mexican food, and the CHILAQUILES.. are the best of the world! mmmhh!!-
I spend almost all the time at the beach and Costera, in the night to the Clubs or discos so I recommend this hotel if you think that u need just a place to sleep, and save some money..
Great location - but average accomodations
We spent spring break here - and the location is awesome - right near all the clubs and especially Walmart! :)
However, the hotel was mediocre, the bed was hard and the AC never did function to it's fullest capacity. Plus, if you wanted to use the mini fridge (empty of contents) for your own food, you had to pay 100 pesos extra. Then of course, there was no remote you needed to pay a deposit for that.
I think the Hyatt down the street looked nicer. Plus, the breakfast in the morning was hard to swallow. It's not far from the beach though - just a quick 5 minute walk, so that was okay.
My husband and I stayed there Feb. 05. Wouldn't stay there again. Acapulco was great, but not this hotel. Being by Wal Mart was the only good thing. They don't care about you until it's time to check out. We got 2 phone calls from the desk then. No ice machine and have to put down a deposit for security box and TV remote. #300 pesos each which you get back at check out. They didn't have any remotes when we asked. Good thing. Who needs 600 pesos on your way out of Mexico?
I went to the Casa Inn for one night, a saturday.
The location is great, the staff is very friendly, the place is newly renovated and I do recommend it for Spring Break in March and for families during the rest of the year.
I am not agree with the guys from the Continental "bumping" honestly is not the hotel fault.
We had (2) rooms on April 04, 2004. We were thankful that it was only (1) night!!!!
The Casa Inn is a decent hotel that is upkept nicely with pretty clean rooms. The only problem was that we stayed there for spring break and it wasn't really all that full of spring breakers and there was a lot of families that stayed there. We thought that it would have a lot more spring break people staying at it but there weren't a whole lot of people to meet at our hotel. Also, when we came back with beer one time we each had about 12 beers each to bring up and the hotel staff would only let us bring 6 up each which we thought was crazy and it caused quite an argument. Other than that the place was fine and it was about a 2 minute walk to Wal-Mart which was convenient. I would not reccomend staying there if you are a Spring Breaker but otherwise it's alright.
We were there in Feb/03.It was a pleasant experience: nice clean room with balcony, pleasant staff, and the breakfast buffet was great!"Casa" is (conveniently) close to WalMart, near the disco area but not loud at night. Pool is small & more suited to tanning & families with small kids but the beach is only a block away>We"d go back there again>
Place was great! Loved it.
My wife and I was there this past winter twice, thougt it was very clean and friendly, the buffet breakfast was very good, we plan on returning this year aswell. would recommend highly Dorothy and Bruce