4.5
Very Good 445 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Breathtaking architecture by Miguel Angel Aragones, with boxy guestrooms, gallery-like public spaces and a hilltop pool
  • Origen restaurant serves delicious fusion fare with a Pacific Ocean backdrop
  • There’s a 60-person cinema for group or private rental
  • Full-service spa for a range of pampering treatments

What To Know

  • Free WiFi
  • Only accessible by car, but the hotel has an on-call driver or you can request a (much cheaper) local cab
  • A third-floor fitness center has all the state-of-the-art machines and views across Acapulco
  • It’s a 30-minute drive to General Juan Alvarez International Airport
  • A $20 service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Architectural masterpiece with box-like modernist rooms, a fusion restaurant and Pacific Ocean views

The Lowdown

At the highest point of Brisas Marques overlooking all of Acapulco and the Pacific Ocean, Encanto Acapulco is an avant-garde marvel conceived by architect Miguel Angel Aragones. Like a modernist pueblo atop a hill, the gallery-like public spaces and boxy accommodations standout in brilliant white against green landscape and blue sea. Guestrooms are designed to draw the eye outside to the furnished private balconies and Acapulco vistas beyond, so interiors are simply dressed in toffee creams and whites, from the marble floors, bed frames and desks, to the crisp white linens and curtains. After dark, interiors show off a more playful side with funky neon lighting schemes in bright blues and purples. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and modern bathrooms with dual vanities and L’Occitane amenities, and many have private swimming pools. Terraza restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch while Origen restaurant is open for dinner, serving an eclectic mix of fusion dishes and fresh international favorites. There’s also a full-service pampering spa, state-of-the-art gym and exceptional hilltop swimming pool with huge daybeds for daytime lounging in the sunshine.

In the Area

Acapulco was once the playground of Hollywood stars and moguls, and although those golden days are long gone, there’s a certain renaissance under way in this rakish resort town. Get into the retro spirit with a water skiing session courtesy of Gordon Rathbun at Ski Paradise, then visit the legendary Hotel Los Flamingos, a 1930s-era hotspot that has hosted celebrities like John Wayne and Cary Grant, before heading to see the famous cliff divers at La Quebrada.

How to Get There

Encanto Acapulco
Jacques Cousteau 51
Acapulco, 39390 Mexico

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 445 Reviews
Romantic hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just spent the weekend with my family in this gorgeous property which is definitely more of a romantic than family hotel.

The staff is great, friendly and efficient. They got us an early check in, late check out, learned the name of my child, cleaned our car while we left it there, provided very friendly service at the pool and restaurant.

The grounds are beautiful, very relaxing and with a nice design.

The few things one could better were related to the cleanliness of the room (found hair when checking in, left the trash and dirty in room dining service at turndown and our private pool definitely needed maintenance (cleaning, paint...). The food was not great.

But overall we had a great stay and the staff made up for any issues we encountered.

Birthday Chill
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was an amazing staff. Damn all that Travel Advisory level 4 bs the Trump Administration was talking. I came with a friend of mine for a relaxing birthday week and the staff made us feel like family. The massages, the room service, the rooms themselves, the people. Well worth the price and then some. Ditch the over crowded beaches in Cancun and Playa de Carmen and go to Acapulco. You’ll be so happy you did.

Best honeymoon trip
Reviewed 3 months ago

This hotel is incredible!!! We stayed in the private villa and it was amazing!!! If you have the chance take some massages at the spa. Also the food is unbelievable. Dont miss the chance of staying here!

Perfect getaway
Reviewed 3 months ago

Encanto Acapulco Hotel 🙂You can easily disconnect, staff are so friendly and always will to go out of their way to help... it’s the perfect getaway for someone who leads a busy life...
you are always made to feel welcome

One of the most breathtaking hotels in the world
Reviewed 4 months ago

Set atop a stunning peninsula with panoramic views of Acapulco Bay and the Bay of Punta Marquez, this stunning hotel is unlike any other. Each detail is meticulously crafted and intentional, yet unpretentious - from the remarkable architecture; to the pool; the food and drinks; and the soundtrack. The staff are incredibly considerate and accommodating with the most sincere motivation of ensuring a blissful and unforgettable experience for each and every guests. There is no better place to enjoy Acapulco's spectacular sunsets and feel completely at ease. You will not regret your visit.