Sitting atop a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Quinta Real Acapulco offers upscale accommodations in Acapulco’s Diamante district. The all-suite property features an outdoor pool and spa.
Each suite features
soothing décor and modern amenities. Flat-screen TV, air conditioning and
minibar are included as standard, while selected accommodations include a
jetted tub, private terrace and dining area. Some rooms offer an ocean view.
Guests can relax in a
poolside cabana or enjoy a soothing spa treatment. Event spaces capable of
accommodating up to 240 people are located on-site, while the hotel also features
a jewellery store and tobacco shop. Airport transportation, currency exchange
and business services are offered.
La Bocana, the hotel restaurant, specialises in seafood dishes. Guests can enjoy a drink and beach views in Bar Terraza.
Quinta Real Acapulco offers direct access to Punta Diamante Beach, located at the foot of the cliffs. Acapulco International Airport is a 15-minute drive away.
Previous guests staying at the hotel have been impressed with what they describe as beautiful pool facilities. The outdoor pool, which sits beside a sandy beach, features straw-roofed cabanas, sun loungers and a bar. Reports suggest it's a relaxed place to spend your time.
Pleasant staff on hand.
The hotel staff generally
receives praise from those staying at the property. Many report that employees
are friendly and helpful, and always willing to do what it takes for you to
enjoy a pleasant stay.
Hotel restaurant receives good reviews.
Dining at the hotel is
said to be a pleasant affair. Guests stopping by La Bocana, the hotel
restaurant, are impressed with the cuisine served, reporting that seafood
dishes are fresh and tasty.
Away from Acapulco's main tourist hub.
Approximately a 15-minute
drive from Acapulco's Zona Dorado, the city's main tourist hub, guests looking
for peace and quiet enjoy the location of the hotel. However, those looking to
enjoy the city's hustle, bustle and general nightlife have complained that the
hotel is too far away, leaving them to rely on expensive taxi rides to get to
Getting to the beach can be a bit of a hike.
The hotel is located atop
a cliff that stands some 24 metres above the beach. For those looking to feel
the touch of sand beneath their toes, or those looking to take a dip in the warm
Pacific waters, this means catching two elevators or descending a fair few
steps. While not the end of the world for most, this can prove problematic for
those with mobility issues.
Slow check-in, check-out process.
Reports indicate that
check-in and check-out at the hotel can be a long affair. In fact, some guests
go so far as to describe the whole process as excruciatingly slow.