Try Isla la Roqueta - no coral but lots of fish. Not much available unless you take a snorkeling tour. For those who don't get wet, glass bottom boats are available.
Courses at Tres Marias, the Mayan Palace and two courses at the Fairmont.
Lots of variety at area restaurants
for rent at area beaches; Shotover tour
Known for its all-night party scene from clubs overlooking the bay
Tennis at many upscale hotels
From Guerrero state and farther afield
A bustling seaside city
Raging nightlife, if you know where to look
Most major chains respresented
Modest hotels along the Costera highway and inf Old Acapulco
Mainly downtown, a few in Old Acapulco
Acapulco never really gets very cold although November through February are the coldest. The rainy season is the summer months and usually it only rains at night although occasionally it rains during the day. The hottest months are April, May and June. Due to the high humidity, many people use AC throughout the whole year.
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