Mayan Palace Acapulco

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by Chibichan on April 11, 2005

Best Things Nearby:
Downtown and, of course, the beach

Best Things About the Resort:
The beach and room

Resort Experience:
At the time that we went to the resort, they were remodeling, and there really wasn’t much to do. The one pub was closed, as was the Italian restaurant. That left you with a jazz quartet in the breezeway and a piano bar in the lobby of the hotel. Also, in addition to the kiosk at the pool, there were two places to eat. They do not offer Internet in the rooms but do have an Internet café ($1.50 for 15 minutes). They do have a large swimming pool, but unfortunately, there is no swim-up bar or shade around the pool. There is a water park located on the premises, but that costs an additional fee and is swarming with kids. There are the usual for fee rentals: jet skis, boogie boards, and horseback riding on the beach. There really is nothing to do at night--no club, no disco, the pool is closed, and the beaches are dark. We made it a habit of hopping a cab downtown for dinner and partying.

Mayan Palace Acapulco
Avenida Costera De Las Palmas
Acapulco, Mexico
52 744 4696000

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