- Calinda Beach Acapulco
- Crowne Plaza Acapulco
- Club Del Sol Acapulco
- Acamar Acapulco Hotel
- Villas La Lupita
- Romano Palace Hotel
- Fiesta Americana Villas Acapulco
- Hotel Acapulco Tortuga
- All Acapulco Hotels
The Fiesta Americana Acapulco is one of the Acapulco resorts that offers guests an array of amenities as well as spacious and comfortable rooms. Just because it is one of the older resorts on the Bay of Acapulco does not mean that you will not have a most pleasurable experience. The guest services staff is extremely friendly and accommodating, the rooms are very well maintained and clean, and the location of the hotel itself is second to none. This twenty-story hotel overlooks Condesa Beach and features 500 guest rooms, each offering air-conditioning, marble bathrooms, and furnished balconies. Condesa Beach is one of the more exciting beaches along the bay, where you can regularly find people hanging out, sunbathing, parasailing, and jet skiing. The hotel is also within close range of a fine selection of dining, shopping, and nightlife in the city.
The Fiesta Americana Acapulco Villas and the hotel are located on two different properties, suitable for groups of young people as well as families. The villas tend to cater more so to families, offering services like babysitting and facilities like a kid’s clubhouse and playground area. The villas are also situated on Condesa Beach.
The dining options at the Fiesta Americana Acapulco are limited to one restaurant, a snack bar, and a lobby lounge, but their size and offerings suit the huge numbers of people that descend upon the resort during the busiest times of the year. Choose from a selection of buffet favorites at the open-air restaurant, offering panoramic vistas of the Bay of Acapulco. The buffet serves an a la carte breakfast and lunch every day. The lobby lounge is a fun place for casual dining and even features live music on the weekends. The snack bar is actually a bit nicer than this moniker may at first imply. Tables and umbrellas are arranged in such a way that you can enjoy a casual dining experience by the pool. Room service is also available.
There are several swimming pools as well as a golf course, located just five minutes from the resort for those people who like to stay active on vacations. The pools tend to be the gathering place for guests to enjoy food and beverages, as well as music and fun. Its just a few steps to the beach where you can enjoy any number of water sports and activities like scuba and snorkeling, parasailing, jet skiing, boogie boarding, and much more. The Fiesta Americana Acapulco really come to life during busy times like spring break and the winter months. And it is not as though the summer months do not also bring their share of tourists to Acapulco as well.
The Fiesta Americana also offers its guests a full business center with complimentary wireless Internet access, conference rooms, and international phones. It is an easy walk to some of the best attraction in the city like the Barra Vieja, La Quebrada, and the wide variety of arts and crafts markets. There is also a tremendous amount of dining and recreational option in the area as well. You will not have to go far from the resort at all to find a host of nightclubs, bars, cafes, and music venues.
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