December 8, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Las Brisas Acapulco in Acapulco, Mexico
From the moment you arrive and are handed a pink frozen margarita, Las Brisas Acapulco has you swimming in style. This iconic resort on Mexico's Pacific coast is no stranger to awards and accolades, as it proudly serves guests with a world-class experience and superlative amenities and is part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. From its championship golf course and health spa, to the exclusive beach club and beachfront dining, everything at this property is fantastic. Bungalow-style rooms set on the resort's hillside property are modern and spacious, with private patios, wet bars, grotto-like marble bathrooms with stone tubs, and views over Acapulco Bay. Fresh flowers and plush robes welcome you to unwind and relax, as you take in the scenery and settle into this idyllic beach atmosphere. Opt for a massage or body treatment at the spa to help with any jet lag, or keep up your workout routine at the resort's full fitness center. Whatever you need is here for you to enjoy.
With complimentary shuttles operating every 20 minutes, getting to La Concha Beach Club is a breeze. Once there, relish in two huge rock and fieldstone-lined saltwater pools, and a third freeform freshwater pool terraced above. Shaded tents, cushioned lounge chairs, and umbrellas are available for you to use, making your experience both comfortable and convenient. The legendary Tres Vidas Golf Course has been recently refurbished and offers 18 breathtaking holes of golf, plus a 72,000-square-foot clubhouse. Dining is a highlight at Las Brisas Acapulco, as the resort hosts a number of venues at which you can enjoy a freshly prepared meal. Take a toast on the outdoor patio at the bar, or plan a special night at the gourmet restaurant with an impressive wine list to match. At Las Brisas Acapulco, service, style, and selection exceed expectations, and provide an excellent means for fulfilling a most memorable beach vacation.
Location of Las Brisas Acapulco
Nearest Airport: ACA
Amenities for Las Brisas Acapulco
- General Information
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Handicap Accessible Facilities
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Beach Club
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Children's Programs
- Kids Club
Reviews for Las Brisas Acapulco
Location is great for those who like ocean view from the mountain. Staff is excellent. Breakfast is minimal, 4 pieces of pastries and coffee, could be more elaborated. I love the private pool. Beware of insects. Would appreciate a couple of complimentary bottle water.
The experience was just amazing. Ive stayed at many hotels but this one has been the best. Great and friendly staff. Beautiful views from the terrace, had a private pool, had great room service. The staff explains everything in your room where everything is
73Connie73 - Fort Worth, Texas
Very good experience in Acapulco. A little complicated trasport to the sea, and minor mistakesin the staff can not cover the excitement of the beautiful stay. High quality food in restaurants, poor stereotypical breakfast
Bohdan K - Prague, Czech Republic
Love Las Brisas. Returned for second trip here. Private casita with private view w argueably one of the best views in Mexico. The city lights at night are equally as breathtaking as during the day. The sunset bar, la concha, the vistas. Rooma could use an upgrade soon but its still very comfortable and clean. The staff are what make the stay. Pablo D and the front entrance, Rodolfo who drove us to our room in the jeeps was great, Jose the bartender at La Concha, many others cant remember names. We stayed 4 days, very relaxing. We will be back next year. Hasto la proxina vez Las Brisas!
46 years ago my wife and I wanted to go to go to Las Brisas for our honeymoon. Between the cost of the airfare and the hotel we couldn't afford it at the time. Today the prices of both the airfare and the hotel are significantly reduced thus making it much more affordable. We are not disappointed by what we found. While the hotel along with Acapulco in general have lost their public appeal The hotel is still a treasure and well worth a stay. The Staff, the food, the location and the view are all five star. The rooms and the private pools May only be four star in that they are showing signs of age, however this great lady is still spectacular and well worth the stay. A note of caution, if you plan on entering Mexico through Mexico City airport figure on at least four hours to get through immigration customs and find your connecting flight. This was something of a nightmare. Here's a hint: if an employee asked you if you'd like a wheelchair say,"yes",whether you need it or not!!!
jsetcher - Yorktown, Virginia