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All inclusive fee must cover per person for the total number of nights of stay. Subject to availability and change without notice. Does not apply in Prime season, long weekends and public holidays. Applies only on new reservations with regular holiday credits.

No charge in Holiday Credits for weeknights

Reserve w/o credits

Terms and Conditions

All inclusive fee must cover per person for the total number of nights of stay. Subject to availability and change without notice. Does not apply in Prime season, long weekends and public holidays. Applies only on new reservations with regular holiday credits.

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Park Royal Acapulco

In one of world-famous Acapulco’s most discrete and secure city neighborhoods, the Park Royal Acapulco is a wonder of ingenious design, crafty stonework, and spectacular views of the bay and the city. Beloved since Hollywood stars of the 1940s and 50s put Acapulco back on the map, the Park Royal offers an exclusive and very private experience within this very well-known city. Come discover an all-inclusive vacation with a generous international buffet, two specialty (seafood and Italian) restaurants, and refreshments that last all day. There are also two outstanding swimming pools with surprising space for everyone, and all in a quaint city resort with a hundred ways to conquer a famously rugged landscape. The secure Kids Club means parents can catch a break while the kids have fun and the sun in the solarium and the spa and fitness center keep grown-ups active and feeling great. Perhaps the best thing of all is that sunsets are celebrated in high style at the close of each very well-spent Acapulco day.

  • Check-in

    15:00

  • Check-out

    12:00

  • Address

    Costera Guitarrón 110, Fracc. Playa Guitarrón

  • Telephone

    527444406565

Services and amenities

Within Park Royal Acapulco
  • Baby-sitting Service

  • Laundry

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Car Rental

  • Parking

  • Internet

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Restaurants

  • Lift / Elevator

  • First aid

  • Concierge service

  • Fitness Center

  • Spa

  • Tours

  • Children's Activities

  • Swimming pool activities

  • Swimming Pool

  • Children's Pool

  • Leisure & Recreation

  • Housekeeping

  • 24 hour front desk service

  • Conference room

  • Nightlife

  • Direct beach access

  • Medical services

  • Secluded beach

  • Sea view solarium

Close to Park Royal Acapulco
  • Convenience Store

  • Entertainment

  • Playground

  • Nightclub

  • Movie Theater

  • Medical Facilities

  • Golf Course

  • Waterskiing

  • Snorkeling

  • Shopping

  • Sailing

  • Beach parachutes

  • Cultural Activities

  • Sports

  • Historic Sites

  • Bike trails

  • Jogging Track

  • Fishing

  • Museums

  • Theater

  • Tennis Courts

  • Cruises

  • Beaches

  • Beauty Salon

  • Minigolf

Attractions and activities

Acapulco, Guerrero 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!

Nearby Attractions:

• The Chapel of Peace
• La Quebrada
• San Diego fort
• Acapulco Cathedral
• Diego Rivera murals
• Papagayo Park
• Punta Diamante

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