The resort’s main boulevard (10 kilimeters long) is home to most of Acapulco’s hotels, shopping, nightlife and dining. This palm-lined, four-lane avenue is shadowed by dozens of towering hotels, condos and apartment buildings. This is the principal area that connects you to all the main attractions in Acapulco. This attractively landscaped, yet very urba boulevard, is where Acapulco earned its reputation as Mexico’s original party town. Countless restaurants - from fast food to gourmet - and bars - from quiet to uproarious - keep the action going 24-hours a day. Hotel hopping is easy as most properties are within easy walking distance from one another. There’s plenty of shopping here (souvenirs, art galleries, clothing boutiques, and big department stores) as well as family attractions.
Acapulco really comes to life after sunset. Dining in Acapulco is an event. Some of Mexico’s best International and Mexican cuisine is served around Acapulco Bay. Settings are often extraordinary. Choose from restaurants with intimate refinement and sumptuous bay views, or go casual to one of Acapulco’s plentiful, fun-filled bistros.
Acapulco is a party town, with the festivities often starting at happy hour and going until dawn. There are several excellent hotel restaurants, and a wide range of cuisine: from Thai to German, Spanish to Japanese, and more! Dining is generally informal, although shorts and jeans are not recommended at dinner.