Palladium on the Las Brisas hillside is in the same league as league with Baby'O and about as exclusive as you can get in Mexico even though the dance floor is...
The Barbarroja (Red Beard) looks like a giant pirate ship with waiters dressed as the crew, but the music is contemporary. It's a good place to party with people...
The party never stops at shirts-optional Demas Factory, probably the busiest and best known of Acapulco gay clubs. Frequented by both tourists and locals, it's down...
The massive yet exclusive Mandara closes at 4 a.m. with a private lounge upstairs partying on until sunrise. The music is wide-ranging and the bay views spectacular,...
After 15 years as one of Acapulco's most popular discos, Al Alebrije shut down suddenly a little over two years ago when its owners announced on Facebook they had...
Paradise, found just steps from La Condesa Beach and next to the bungy-jumping attraction, is a restaurant downstairs and a nightclub up. It has a cover of around...
Zoom is a nightclub full of choices. You can go gay, bisexual or hetero-couples. You can dance to pop in one area, go electronic in another or chat in the lounge.
Baby Lobster Bar is a fun open-air spot on La Condesa beach where people have been known to dance on the tables. A touristy crowd, mostly in their 20s and 30s, likes...
Baby'O is the place par excellence for Acapulco nightlife with over 30 years of history and mega celebrities like Sting, Bono, Jagger, Stallone. Excellent service,...
Beto's, a beachfront restaurant by the LGBTQ section of Condesa Beach, is the meet-up place day and night for LGBTQ travelers from around the world.
In the heart of gay clubbing next to Picante, Cabaretito Beach has a drag show and spins pop, reggaeton, house, norteña and salsa. It Is known for its special events
With dancing spilling over to the sands, Disco Beach attracts mostly a younger crowd (18-25) with a casual atmosphere, nightly specials and an inexpensive cover that
New and shi-shi, Love has a spectacular terrace where you can dance under the star with the requisite terrific bay views. It's in the same neighborhood as
It's a Cuban beat at Mojitos Acapulco, the dance club that serves at least 15 different kinds of mojitos and offers dance lessons Mondays and Wednesday 7-9 pm. With...
The late-night (or shall we say early morning?) Moons is a gay dance club with strippers who do poles and showers. Fridays it's 2-for-1 beers. Another plus: no
If you like it hot, you'll like Picante, which is loud, noisy and fun. This gay bar attracts some of the best dancers from all over the country with primarily pop,...
The gay bar Pink in the party area around Condesa Beach is under the same ownership as Demas Factory and Moons. It calls itself the "only fully electronic" club in
Easy to find across from the Hotel Continental, Prince is a male-only bar with pop, house and techno for dancing. Known for hard partying, late hours and quick
Reinas is a karaoke bar where the Acapulco gay community and tourists meet up to have a good time "singing" mostly pop and electronic. It's affordable and with no
In Playa La Vista shopping mall, Zucca is a dress-up disco for an older (25-plus) crowd with retro music going back to the 60s. Glass walls and ceiling provide...