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Recent Guerrero reviews

  • Perfect beach retreat

    "Right on the beach, Casa Riscal is a beautifully designed and well appointed, open-air environment that is perfect for escaping urban life. It feels rustic yet elegant at the same time. The area is secluded but quite close to restaurants, shops, and activities in Troncones. We rode horses on the beach, attended yoga and meditation classes, got massages, went surfing and swimming, and often cooked in. The kitchen appliances and dining area were perfect for the 5 of us. We really enjoyed buying fresh fruits, vegetables, and fish from the vendors who drove their trucks by regularly. Everything was delicious. Our 3 year old loved the wading pool, hammocks, and swinging benches. So did we. It was relaxing to hang out in the shade reading and sipping cool drinks. The king sized bed and sheets were very comfortable, and my mother an aunt were quite happy with the casita. The sleeping areas are enclosed and protected from mosquitoes and the like, though we hardly noticed them in the open air. The entire area felt safe, secure, and pleasant. The people in the area were friendly, and we were well taken care of by the owners, property manager (Ivan), and others who tended to the garden and did periodic housekeeping. The gardener, Emilio, even prepared wood for a small bonfire that we lit on one of our last nights there. It was beautiful to sit around the fire ring under the stars eating our fresh home cooked dinner. Surfing in the area is really good. If you're experienced, the nearby point in Manzanillo bay is fun and uncrowded. The Saladita break (long left) and Ranch surf breaks are a short drive away, and there places for beginners, boogie boarders, and swimmers a short walk from the place. I rented a great surfboard from the talented shaper, Bruce Grimes, near the Present Moment, so did not need to lug mine on the airplane. Note that you can walk to the main part of town from the beach or road in 20-30 minutes, but if you want to get to places more quickly and do not have a car, there are places in town and at some of the hotels that rent beach bikes, and there are local taxis that you can hire. We really enjoyed our stay and look forward to going back."
    Guest: Stacey D. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: May 1, 2015
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  • A CALMING OAISIS

    "My husband and I had the extreme pleasure of making this lovely condo our home for two months. We never tired of the stunning views out of every single window, sea vistas in the front and gorgeous shaded mountains in the back. Everything one could possibly need for living a cozy and comfortable life was provided and the space was open and airy. My husband took advantage of the beach and pool and used the gym every single day. We ate all our meals, except breakfast , out and enjoyed the many wonderful choices in both Ixtapa and Zihua. We had most lunches at the BVG restaurant and found the menu perfect and the wait staff terrific. It will be very difficult for us to return to reality and face the sub-zero temps waiting for us in New York.!!! We are grateful to the kind owers for this opportunity and found them charming and so easy to work with. Mucho Gracias!!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 22, 2015
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  • Bente

    "Thanks for a great week in Acapulco. The best about the house is the amazing view of Acapulco Bay. We enjoyed very much Jesus & Co, but felt a little bit insecure about the tipping, since it seemed to be a big issue; how much to leave them.???Maybe a good idea could be to leave some advices to the guests to have an idea. We did not need their service all week around, since we also wanted to some privacy within the family.Another big issue are the mosquitos, and good advice is to maybe get the house sprayed, one of the girls had more than 40 bites when sleeping in the big bedroom. We did our best to keep all doors and windows closed, but some how they still managed to stay arround. The downstairs shower was in a very bad shape, only one drop of water coming out of the tap. The house was perfect for our amount of people, and we had a fablous view to watch the fireworks on New Years Eve."
    Guest: Bente V. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 8, 2015
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  • Outstanding View

    "This condo was very well stocked and clean. The property staff were all very friendly and helpful. The view of the bay was amazing and my morning coffee won't be the same without it. It's a great condo to rent and for those who can not do the walk back and forth to the beach the cabs are cheap and readily available."
    Guest: DeeDee Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: April 1, 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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