....Nice clean and real ,friendly staff shopping mall literally across the street and real nice and... See full review
Jan 17, 2015
The hotel was excellent,but they should play music @ the restaurant is to quiet! See full review
Jun 1, 2014
Tradition and nightly spectacles in Acapulco
The Ritz Acapulco All Inclusive Hotel stands in the heart of Acapulco. With all amenities paid for, guests can sit back and not need to worry about additional costs incurred whilst at the hotel. With its beautiful design inspired by traditional Mexican styles, the Ritz Acapulco All Inclusive Hotel is a calming place to stay. Its great nightly shows and sociable atmosphere make this hotel an ideal place to enjoy the entertainment scene of Acapulco. Guests enjoy margaritas at the poolside bar or taste the Mediterranean style cuisine at the hotel's La Cava Restaurant.
3 Reasons to Stay:
Glamorous shows including a Las Vegas show, Mexican show and Hawaiian party night, all in the hotel
In close proximity to attractions such as Papagayo Park Plaza and Bahia Mall
Situated on a private beach area
Ritz Acapulco All Inclusive Rooms
Beautiful bright and bold colored furnishings await guests, in the rooms of the Ritz Acapulco All Inclusive. With bold yellow and orange hues resembling a sunset, the rooms awake all the senses. Two bedroom suites are also available for families. Guests choose from two comfortable double beds or a king bed. All rooms are fully air conditioned for guests' comfort. All rooms are equipped with an in-room safe for all valuables (incurs a fee) and a telephone. There is a fully equipped en suite bathroom for a relaxing bath or shower, and there is cable television if guests need a break to sit back and watch a movie. Room service is available. High-speed Internet access is available and is subject to a fee at the Ritz Acapulco All Inclusive Hotel.
Things to Do:
La Roqueta island (0.9 mi/1.5 km)
Bahia Mall (0.9 mi/1.5 km)
Plaza De Toros (1.5 mi/2.3 km)
Caleta Beach Resort (1.5 mi/2.3 km)
Papagayo Park Plaza (3.3 mi/5.4 km)
Ritz Acapulco - All Inclusive Rooms
STANDARD - ROOM
Standard Room offers 1 King Size or 2 Twin Bed or 2 Double Beds with Air conditioning, Iron / Ironing board, Safe in room, Cable / Satellite TV, Telephone and Color TV, Cribs Available, Smoke Detectors, Connected Rooms, Non Smoking Rooms, Shower, Vs. System. Fire and Sofa Bed.
Beachfront open air Restaurant serving delicious buffet meals under the following schedule.
Breakfast service from 7:00 am. to 11:00 am.
Lunch service from 1:00 pm. to 4:00 pm.
Dinner service from 7:00 pm to 10 pm.
Snack La Fiesta
Oceanfront Palapa Restaurant, offering a variety of daily appetizing snacks service from 12 noon to 6 pm.
Open bar with great domestic brands, serving unlimited tempting cocktails from 10 am to 12 midnight.
Oceanfront small Palapa located at pool area, serving fantastic inviting drinks from 10 am to 6 pm.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
The week we were in Acapulco, the majority of the people that were staying at this hotel were from Mexico City - so we really felt like we visiting a "foreign" country (unlike Cancun, when we felt like we were in Miami). The entire staff was
terrific - especially the activities team. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome - way more than just translating every activity so that we could participate.
The only negative parts of the hotel experience were the hard beds (as many people have mentioned previously), the annoying "beach vendors", and that the rooms did't come equipped with irons and ironing boards, hair dryers or blankets. We were able to get what we needed, but this is the first time I had every had to "sign out" a hairdryer at a hotel.
The positives far outweighted the negatives, and we would definitely stay in this hotel on any return trips to Acapulco. But, I wish I would have known that the nicer restaurant only operates from November to mid-March. I didn't realize we would be eating buffet style for every meal. Good wholesome family food at the buffet, and nice desserts. Glad to see my kids eats lots of fruits and vegetables
Great place for a relaxing family vacation. Very few people in the 18-30 year old range. If I was still young and single I might look somewhere else to vacation. Even though this was an all-inclusive, no one here was over imbibing or prancing around in only wet t-shirts during their Spring Break (yeah!).
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
A large drug store/variety store (with groceries, electronics, clothing, & beach toys) is only 4 blocks away - not only a handy place to pick up extra sunscreen and beach tubes, but less expensive than any of the hotel gift shops. Some big pluses - the store takes Visa, the employees actually help you find things and best of all, no one badgers you to purchase anything!