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Acapulco, Mexico
Club Quinta Real Acapulco

Acapulco is renowned for its concentration of diverse activities and culture. Here, you can have dinner at midnight, dance until dawn, then relax and recover in the daytime on a gorgeous beach. Known as the queen of Mexican resorts, Acapulco features a tropical climate with predictably warm temperatures even during North America's coldest months. 

Acapulco is one of Mexico's oldest coastal destinations, reaching prominence as the place where Hollywood stars and millionaire's vacation. You will understand why it became the country's first great beach resort when you see Acapulco Bay.  There is an enviable selection of beaches in the bay and the immediate coastline, as well as two lagoons. In addition to sunbathing, the beaches serve as headquarters for boat rentals, boat tours, horseback riding, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and other aquatic sports. One popular boat cruise is from Caletilla Beach to Roqueta Island, with stops for snorkeling, lunch, and a visit to a small zoo and lighthouse.

In the historic part of Acapulco, there is a traditional zócalo, lined with shade trees, cafés and shops, where you can reflect on the day's adventures and plan the night's excitement. The options for dining and entertainment are almost endless.

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