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Recent Guerrero reviews

  • You' d be crazy to not stay here!!!

    "This place is amazing! So much space. Awesome kitchen, both bedrooms have beautiful views and access to the humongous balcony. The building staff, gym, pool and spa are perfect and top notch!!!! Can't wait for next time."
    Guest: Lola Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 9, 2014
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  • Beautiful & Luxurious

    "A group of friends stayed at this property for a wedding. We rent a lot of vacation properties together and this was by far the most beautiful & luxurious places we have ever had the pleasure of staying in. I booked it with Margot, who is very communicative and thorough. It was very easy to contact her and set everything up. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the amazing security team who helped us with our luggage, and the pleasant Evelyn who had margaritas waiting for us. This is the penthouse, the top floor, and there are a lot of stairs. We happily walked these stairs everyday to help burn off calories from all the delicious food and drink from nearby restaurants. Our group never felt crowded as we all had our own bedrooms and bathrooms. The private pool was our favorite part of the house. It overlooks the ocean, the view is so surreal. The only gripe we had was the wifi, which was very unreliable. However, it was not a huge deal as we spent most of our time exploring Zihuatanejo or hanging out by the pool. I would love to stay here again for a future visit."
    Guest: Per Erik B. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 27, 2015
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  • Great vacation

    "We spent 4 week at this condo and enjoyed every minute. The open view and casual Mexican feel made it relaxing and enjoyable. As I'm learning Spanish I had many opportunities to converse with the locals as some smaller restaurants had waiters who didn't speak English, as well as Zihua being a vacation destination for Mexicans. On Avenida Adelante amongst the numerous restaurants there was a small rock band on Sat. nights who sang in English but could not speak it. A large gathering of tourists would expand into the street singing and dancing until 10pm when the group would TRY to quit. A few more tips encouraged another song or two. We found there were great well-marked cycle paths in Ixtapa, one of which took us to Playa Linda - 9 or so K. We rented pretty decent bicycles in Ixtapa and discovered there were no restaurants open to the public as it's mainly all-inclusive resorts. We found a spot for a refreshing break at the marina. At one spot the new cycle path was interrupted for a few yards by the old cobble stone path until the new one resumed. Playa Linda is easily reached by local buses, 12 pesos, and is where you take a water taxis to Isla Ixtapa for beaches, swimming, snorkeling, etc. We were advised to get off the taxis at the 2nd beach and walk about 200 yards across the island to coral beaches for good snorkeling. All 3 beaches have restaurants where the chair rental is included with food or drinks. We found most everything we needed - Banks, market, bus stop for Ixtapa, on Avenida Benito Juarez and found Scotiabank most convenient and secure. We tried most of the restaurants recommended by our hosts and were not disappointed. The manager of the codo is Carmen, who speaks excellent English. She is a wealth of information on how to get wherever you wish to go, where to catch buses, etc. She arranges for additional water, and repairs if needed. The two cleaning ladies came promptly at the arranged date and did a good they spoke no English. The pool was always clean and was adequate size for the 8-10 people who enjoyed a late afternoon dip. There was a security guard every evening and, I believe, throughout the night. Mostly it was very friendly Jose Miguel, who spoke convenient English and enjoyed a little chat each time we passed. Each of our three married children and spouses spent a week with us, totally enjoying the whole experience, including watching the stars from there very comfortable bed. We would all go again."
    Guest: Ted and Pauline Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 25, 2015
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  • GREAT HOUSE!

    "WE JUST RETURNED FROM CASA EN LAS ROCAS IN TRONCONES. THE HOUSE IS BEAUTIFUL, WELL KEPT AND IN A GREAT SPOT! TRONCONES IS QUIET AND SAFE. THE POOL WAS AMAZING, CLEAN WITH AN AMAZING VIEW AND AT JUST THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE TO REMAIN IN IT ALL DAY LONG. THE STAF IS WELL TRAINED AND FRIENDLY. ONE OF THE TRAVELERS IS HANDICAPPED AND THE HOUSE WAS EASY FOR HER TO MANEUVER ABOUT! I WOULD DEFENETLY GO BACK"
    Guest: David V. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 7, 2015
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Guerrero Travel Tips

A Little Information for Your Trip to Guerrero

Situated along Mexico’s southern region on the Pacific coast, you will find Guerrero. It is known for its warm climate, top-notch tourist resorts, and beautiful scenery. Furthermore, if you have heard of Acapulco, Guerrero is not too far off as the port of Acapulco is highly accessible. Guerrero, Mexico travel is a truly magical experience

Getting to Guerrero

Arriving at your Guerrero, Mexico resorts is not going to be difficult. Though it is a little traveled destination, it is not forgotten. The Juan N. Alvarez International Airport is a well connected airport with plenty of incoming and outbound flights. Prices will depend on the time of year you plan to travel. If you are already in Mexico, many buses go in and out of the region from the major cities. For the most part, buses are safe, fast, and affordable. Many of these buses compare to tour buses with movies, roomy seats, and snacks. If you have a rental car, the modern four-lane highway, Autopista del Sol, is the best route. It is a little pricey but it is safe. Just be sure you have a car with good tires, as one section of the road is a touch rough.

Getting Around Safely

It is not suggested that you use a car to travel around Guerrero, especially if you plan to spend most of your time in Acapulco. The streets are not organized in an easy-to-navigate grid and there is always a lot of traffic. Your best bet is to take a taxi but be careful because they are unmetered. Always agree on a fare before getting inside. In addition to taxis, there are buses that make many stops in and around town. There is no need to be at a bus stop to catch a ride, just wave at the driver and he will stop! The buses have been privatized and each is owned by the driver. Buses compete for passengers which makes for an exciting ride.

What not to Miss Around Guerrero

Staying at Guerrero, Mexico vacation rentals almost demands that you witness the cliff divers at La Quebrada. These fearless adventurers take a 150-foot plunge off the cliff into the deep blue sea. This is not for the faint of heart so if you fear heights, you might want to look away! You will also want to explore the surrounding towns of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo which offer beautiful beaches as well as a modern port. Taxco, another nearby town, is famous for its arts and crafts, particularly silver jewelry. On your way, check out the splendid architecture of the Santa Prisca church and other old buildings. While in the Taxco area, do not miss Cacahuamilpa Caverns, some of the most gorgeous in the world. If you like cave-diving, this is the spot for you!

Other Things to Do

While in Guerrero, do your best to make it to Zocalo, Acapulco’s town square. It lies on the western side of La Costera and is cool, shady, and peaceful. While in Zocalo, you will definitely get a taste for local culture along the tree-lined paths. It is filled with bistros, restaurants, and street vendors selling local fare. There is also plenty of street entertainment. For a change of pace from the partying and beaches, you will also want to check out Pie de la Cuesta which is to the northwest. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the freshwater Laguna de Cuyoca. Also, your trip to Guerrero will be incomplete without a day at Isla de la Roqueta. It has a beautiful beach with shallow areas which is perfect for families with small children. Take a glass-bottomed harbor boat tour around the area to see the region’s underwater glory.

Choosing Accommodations in Guerrero

Instead of a hotel or resort, you may want to book your own Guerrero, Mexico vacation rentals to enjoy the freedom that making your own schedule allows. You will enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area without the hassle of staying in a hotel. The fully equipped kitchen of the rental will even allow you to shop the local markets and make delicious and healthy meals at your home away from home. Also, depending on the activities you may want to experience, you may choose your rental closer to those locations rather than on resort row.

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