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We were very fortunate to find this small boutique hotel located in Caleta beach. A comfortable four and a half hour drive from Mexico City. It’s a Starwood property, and platinum membership gets you an upgrade which was welcome along with a complimentary margarita or drink of your choice.

Sofia at the check-in was very courteous, and we were surprised to find our suite super spacious with all the amenities. The pool is beautiful but crowded on the weekends. Breakfast was great, along with the service. It looks like we will make this place our go-to the location in Acapulco!

A beautiful hotel with amiable and helpful staff with their discover scuba cozumel suggestions. Some of the shine may have come off the renovation of a decade or so ago, but somehow that makes it all the more comfortable. We spent five nights here and didn’t want to leave. The food is top notch. Try to Aca Brown cocktail. We ordered it several times.

Lovely hotel situated in the old Acapulco. It has a retro vibe, and although it is not a super luxury hotel, it is in pretty good shape, food and service was excellent. I went with my dogs who love to jump into the sea from the platform. Great for a weekend trip.

This hotel is a hidden gem in the most classical area near Acapulco beaches. If you want to have the Caletilla experience at least for a moment, you can turn to the beach side. Otherwise, there is a peaceful bay sight and pool waiting for you on the other hand.

Lovely vintage 50s style hotel. Beautiful decor, friendly staff. Very clean. The hallways are a bit too dark, and the AC makes the noise of an airplane taking off. But overall it was a delightful experience.

This place is one of the best hotels I’ve ever been. I loved everything. The food (although the restaurant service was slow) the view is incredible, the room and the service. The only thing is that the air conditioner in the room makes a lot of noise.

Linda Eaton