Hotel Mirador Acapulco

Hotel Mirador Acapulco

Historic Hotel in Candelaria
  • Historic Hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

The historic 133-room Mirdor Acapulco Hotel built into La Quebrada cliffs has great sunsets and front-row seats for the cliff divers. Only five minutes from other attractions in Old Acapulco, it offers a breezy lobby bar, three swimming pools - one of them salt water - and two restaurants--one with a breakfast buffet. The first section of the hotel was built in 1933 by Carlos Bernard, one of the earliest investors in Acapulco. The cliff-diver show was started the next year. While the hotel has seen better days, it can't be surpassed for romance and views. The hotel offers babysitting and yp to two children under 10 stay free in parents' room.

Childcare services
24-hour reception
Shuttle service
Room service
Luggage storage
Meeting rooms
Swimming pool
Safe deposit box

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Hotel Mirador Acapulco, Barrios Historicos, Acapulco, Mexico

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