Las Brisas Acapulco
What We Love
- Rate includes daily continental breakfast, a welcome bottle of wine and in-suite hors d'oeuvres for some room types (see details tab for more info)
- Private pools of varying sizes with most rooms
- Pink and white Jeeps available for rent for tooling around Acapulco
What To Know
- Guests staying in Semi-Private Pool Casitas share a pool with their neighbors; to book a private pool, reserve a Private Pool Casita (which are located high up the hill above the lobby have the best views)
- Though it's not an adults-only property, children are only suited for the pool casitas
- Transportation is available between casitas, lobby and beach club
- WiFi is available for $15 per day
- A $20 per night resort fee will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
John F. and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned here. John Travolta and Denzel Washington have both escaped to this idyllic retreat (no, not together). But it’s no surprise this idyllic escape has a famous following — Las Brisas is stacked like a grand wedding cake in the hills above Acapulco Bay. The suites and casitas are tucked amid blooming hibiscus bushes and offer simple luxury: big cushy beds, marble baths and shuttered doors that open onto private pools. The views of the bay are best from the Sunset Bar, high above the hotel and dinner at the on-site BellaVista restaurant includes a full panorama of twinkling lights around the bay, making for an especially romantic end to the day. Private shuttles ferry guests to the La Concha Beach Club’s, where guests play in freshwater pools or snorkel along the rocky coastline. Grilled fresh fish, ceviche and guacamole accompany chilled cervezas at the club’s restaurant.
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
The main issue I had with this hotel was that for the price we paid per night my A.C should work. Our first night the A.C. turned off in the middle of the night and after playing with the remote for 15 minutes i was finally able to turn it back on we had no issues during the day turning it off and on not sure why it took so long at night. Second night same thing damn thing turned off it was so HOT!! Never got the darn thing to turn back on. We did not sleep that night the lights went off due to thunder but came back up but the a.c. never worked again. We tried calling reception for help but the phone just rang and rang. We also wanted to order breakfast and the reception did not answer. Coffee was delivered around 8:30 am and we were told their phone system was not working Great!!! and that they would send someone to take our order NO LUCK after an hour we left. Other than that the view was beautiful, staff was friendly, the kids loved the private swimming pool.
We've been regulars at Las Brisas for nearly 30 years. This resort is perfect for us: spectacular views, privacy, lovely accommodations, attentive, friendly service, continental breakfast delivered daily in the "magic box". Every casita is unique. Our top choices are 360, 310 and 328. All are a superb value for the traveling dollar. Plus, CBX and Volaris make Acapulco a convenient destination from the Southwest US. Crossing the border at CBX takes only minutes going either way. And Volaris has a low-cost non-stop flight direct from CBX to Acapulco.
Excellent location Wonder full services.
Every one work professional to make happy visitors and fill incredible satisfaction.
The Hotel construction on the mounted rocks make each room Mi Casita with the exceptional panoramic view