Monday, February 04, 2008

Acapulco Mexico

SHOES: Flip-flops and flirty sandals for dress-up, baby!

I love Mexico. The climate, the people, the culture, the language, the food -- oh, and the tequila. I try to travel there at least every couple of months because there's always something new happening, and well, I just love Mexico.

Here's a review I wrote for one of my publications on two properties that I stayed while in Acapulco, back in September, the Fairmont Acapulco Princess and the Fairmont Pierre Marques.

Fairmont Acapulco Princess
Situated in three Aztec–style pyramid buildings on Revolcadero Beach, the Fairmont Acapulco Princess is a massive luxury hotel with 1,017 rooms, including seven penthouse suites. The high–rise somehow still manages to serve up a laid–back charm and consistent service, plus the 480 acres of grounds and golf course offer plenty of room to roam.

Fairmont Pierre Marques
The love affair of the Fairmont Pierre Marques began when oil tycoon J. Paul Getty built this private hideaway in Acapulco's exclusive Diamante district. Several owners and millions of dollars of renovations later, this intimate, beachfront getaway is framed by an exclusive neighborhood, the Pacific Ocean and the emerald slopes of Mexico's Sierra Madre.

As you can see, my whole experience at these two resorts was over-the-top.
What do you think?
Until next time (and hopefully sooner...)

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