Hotel Boca Chica Acapulco3.5 out of 5.0
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This is one of the best hotels I’ve ever been. I loved everything. The food (although the restaurant service was slow) the view is incredible, the room and the service. The only thing is that the air conditioner in the room makes a lot of noise.
Nice Place! Very cool 50s modern architecture and decor, original and nicely maintained. The room had a nice balcony and a beautiful view! Good bar and restaurant and a spa that offers massages. I don't remember what all the fees and taxes were, but I did find it expensive. Although pretty posh too. It is very dog friendly too. I'd had doubts about that and posted questions here but there was no problem. There was a pet fee, I don't remember how much.
This is a small boutique hotel situated at the far corner of the bay. The hotel has a magnificent view. Next to the hotel is a nice beach occupied by local tourists. We walked along the beach and enjoyed the scenery. We also took a boat trip with the local tourists and had a good time. The hotel restaurant is very interesting, serving Mexican food withJapanese influence. The food is very delicious. It isa little far from the airport, costing us Mex$500 for the taxis race from the airport. This is a unique hotel, I liked it very much.
Very nice hotel transporting you to an other age in the moment you set foot on it, welcoming you with a very fresh shot of tequila. Very nice and clean rooms and great view, although the towers were not super fresh and the linen of the bed was a little tired. Excellent service, the food from the restaurant was good and tasty with correct prices, they need to improve in the wine selection. The vegetation was nice, a pleasure to wake up and open the balcony, the style of the hotel was superb. Very nice staff but pretty busy. They were very nice with my dog and treat her like an one more of the guest in the Hotel, even they prepare her some special food because she was having appetite issues. I highly recommend it!!!
Bocachica is in Caleta a classical beach area from the traditional Acapulco. The hotel has a simplistic and neat style, it is infront of the beach and has a small pool. We mostly spend time outside and at the restaurant, which is near the sea and has a great view of la Roqueta. The restaurant has currently a Japanses chef, so most of the menu has some specialties like sushi or udon noodles. The quality of the ingredients are quite good and most dishes are very well executed such as the chocolate cake and the shrimp burger. However, the udon noodles were not up to my expectations and lacked consistency and flavor. The service at the restaurant was too slow even though it was not full, if you are hungry be ready to starve at least 20min before your first dish arrives. Boca chica is near a very popular beach so the noise might come around if you are in the pool side and in the neighboring and lower rooms. This place is dogs and lgbt friendly a plus these days. We overall enjoyed BocaChica but found it a little bit overpriced for Caleta, Pichilingue might be more attractive if you are looking for a more quiet environment and cleaner sea waters.
This hotel is part of SPG and it's a true old fashioned hidden gem in acapulco. The hotel sits right on the water and has magnificent views ! They treat you very very well ! At the time I visited the restaurant wasn't the best I hope they fixed it ! Would stay again for sure !
Confort: This hotel is very confortable (Beds are confi, climatisation, very clean, the products (made with honey) of the hotel are great) - (this is no luxury hotel with very high finishing). Furniture/Design: Spacious well designed room (1950's style) - very chic. Personal: Very kind and welcoming and not intrusive. Food: Mexican food with Japanese influences - I ate the best sushi's ever in Acapulco. Situation: You have direct access to the sea from the hotel and to Playa Caletilla & (right next to it) Playa Caleta. Weather: Each day 30° & Sun Time: It was semana santa - the playas were crowded! Add-on's: Nice boutique in the hotel, where you can buy very nice accessories, swimwear, beach-clothes. We were there for one week and really enjoy the all experience!!! And will for sure come back here. Take your snorkel mask with you ;)
Beautiful hotel staffed by amazing, friendly people. Food was great, room was brilliant. Only downside was leaving the hotel - area surrounding it not great but that's easily solved, just stay in the Boca Chica. Honestly can not fault it.
I recently spent some time with family at the Boca Chica hotel restaurant and bar in Acapulco. This refurbished hotel is mid-century modern cool. Furnishings are sparse but the hip factor is off the chart. It is a ways into old Acapulco, so if you are staying by the airport or in Puerto Marques, you will have quite a drive. The hotel is tucked away so it will he hard to find, but when you walk through the entrance you are surrounded by whites, cool greens, and a vibe that can only be described as chill. The pool, restaurant, and bar are bay side and have incredible views of the green waters of Acapulco bay. If your coming by boat, there is a pier for you to get on shore, but you must anchor the boat in the bay. The menu at the restaurant was limited, but all of it was good. It included seafood, some traditional Mexican food, and a truffle burger. We were there for lunch, so I don't know if the dinner menu have more options. The handmade margaritas we had were excellent and the wine offerings were quite good. I can't speak to pricing as my brother-in-law paid for this one. :-) Overall, if your up for an adventure into old Acapulco, this is a great place to go.
Great trip, especially with Ricardo. During the bus ride, he explained the history and current status of the Mayan. Lots of joking around. But still excellent stories about the history. The swim in the underground cave was better than I thought it would be; and not nearly as cold. Chichen Itza was fantastic. Ricardo told us about each of the pyramids and buildings; both the Mayan use and the discovery/excavation. The only downside of the trip was the final stop to see an old Spanish church (you couldn't go in to look around). I highly recommend the tour and will probably repeat it if we return to the area.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 214 reviews