Staying at the Princess Mundo Imperial Resort in Acapulco, Mexico

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Down to Acapulco Bay

With its stunning bay views, perfect beaches, and endless outdoor activities to choose from, Acapulco has long been a popular travel destination in Mexico. Hollywood stars such as Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra used to frequent the resort town. The Princess Mundo Imperial Resort is a classic 1970s hotel designed to look like an Aztec Pyramid, and located on a quieter beach than the main tourist area of Acapulco Bay.

Once you step foot in the Aztec oasis you may never want to leave. I stayed at the Princess during the world’s largest liberty conference, and I can’t wait to go back next year.

Check out everything the Princess Mundo Imperial in Acapulco has to offer!

The Princess Mundo includes 5 pools, (an awesome bar in the pool,) a golf course, tennis courts, multiple restaurants, a spa, shops, and direct access to a beautiful beach where you can rent jetskis, horses, and ATVs. I highly recommend an afternoon ocean jetski session!

The rooms are a bit dated, but they each have their own balcony and incredible views overlooking the gardens and beach.

With five restaurants to choose from, you never even have to leave the resort during your stay. Whether you want a breakfast buffet, a beachside grill, or a gourmet fine dining experience, you can find it at the Princess. You can also take a cab over to the main bay of Acapulco and find many delicious places to eat with stunning views.

The Spa offers day passes for the saunas and jacuzzi. I used it every day and was usually the only person there, what a luxury! You can also book massages, facials, and other services, or you can book a massage on the beach.

If you’re looking to relax by the beach, indulge your senses, or fill your days with activities, a stay at the Princess Mundo will not disappoint.

This guy will be eagerly awaiting your arrival.

The Details

Hotel: Princess Mundo Imperial

Location: Acapulco, Mexico

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