The Fairmont Pierre Marques
What We Love
- A choice of four restaurants
- The gorgeous location oceanfront location
- The Willow Stream spa features 15 treatment rooms and extensive hydrotherapy facilities
- Guest have privileges at sister property The Fairmont Acapulco Princess
What To Know
- As with all Fairmont properties, this one is supremely family-friendly
- There’s a charge for WiFi
- Guests can rent Jeeps for approximately $60 per day
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Once J. Paul Getty’s private bolthole, this upscale resort–set between the imposing Sierra Madre mountains and the Pacific Ocean–still bears an air of exclusivity. Accommodation is in villas, bungalows, and low-rise buildings set in tropical gardens, just steps from lovely Revolcadero Beach. With three pools, a private golf course, watersports galore, plus treatments at the award-winning Willow Stream Spa, the resort has plenty to keep restless types busy.
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
Everyone at this place was so genuine, and nice to us loved how clean it was the ocean view is breathtaking. I stayed in a partial ocean view room. Also loved that we were able to take the shuttle to the sisters hotels at no additional cost. But the food did not taste fresh that’s the only downside.
The hotel needs a lot of remodeling. The construction is nice and classic but very old. Not many good options to eat and some plates were poorly executed. The only good thing is the value for your money as the rooms were cheap but also old. Don’t expect a luxury hotel, it is not.
The late check in because flight delays was the worst ever , I rent 2 rooms 4 nights via internet and was a little complicated to understand the prices and options the young prepotente guy was without smile doing a robot job.
I tell him than was my wife birthday and ask if the room have a nice view , answer “at the price you pay it’s NO view” really in 50 years of travelled around the world I ever had a most disgraceful rude answer.
The room was clean and well maintained.
Restaurant staff GREAT including manager .
Valet parking super polite and very attentive.
General facilities (swimming pool etc) well maintain .
It’s unfortunate than management doesn’t verify the attitude of front desk staff mostly at arrivals .
Don't waste your money. The hotel is old. The rooms are old. The food is expwnsive and awful. We specifically asked at our check in for a private room away from the elevator and noise. We got the room next to the elevator just where the ice machine. When we asked for another room they of course, asked for more money. The beach is full of dead fish and broken palapas. The odor is awful. We had the dnd sign on the door and they knocked 3 times on our door. Trust me. You don't want to spend your money here.
Excursion from Oceania Marina to Pierre Mundo Imperial Resort.
Don't waste your precious time or $$
*Nothing like description in brochure which led one to believe you would be visiting a 5 star resort. Tour turned out to be to a subpar 3rd rate 'resort'
*Tour very disorganized.
*Guide on our bus did not provide any commentary on history of Acapulco, let alone PM resort on the ride there.
*Purported 'viewpoint' stop on the way to the resort was merely an opportunity to parade the busload of Oceania passengers past a gauntlet of vendors - which was not mentioned in the excursion brochure on board ship
*Guide did not mention that lunch would be poolside buffet and would require tickets;
we were marched past 2 lovely looking sit down restaurants to bar area beside the pool
*Our guide & guide from 2nd bus took at least 1/2 hour after arriving at the resort to sort out the problems with the tickets. During this 1/2 hour we were not able to even get water to drink as it was considered a beverage requiring a ticket.
*Lunch was buffet featuring pork stew, not at all an *Imperial* dining experience.
*Serving staff could not converse in English, leaving many of the Oceania guests unable to determine what was being served.
*Threadbare towels for us, frayed edges; mine had a hole - plush for resort guests!
*Changing facilities for us were 3 small toilet stalls - for 2 busloads of Cruisers.
*We were told to go enjoy the beach
*Guide never mentioned that the palapas were not affiliated with the 'resort'; consequently we were harassed by locals for $200 pesos; consequently we retired to the pool area.
*Pool area had ant infestation - my partner bitten numerous times.
I most definitely do not recommend this excursions.
Avoid Pierre Mundo Imperial Acapulco at all costs.