The destination of Acapulco is proud to announce recent the recognition of two local hotels for their quality, safety and service. Representing the destination’s continued evolution as a leading touristic destination, the latest honors were awarded to Mundo Imperial Resort, a AAA Four Diamond property. Two of Acapulco’s beaches were also recognized for their appeal and cleanliness with the prestigious Blue Flag eco-award.
“We are thrilled that premiere hotels and distinct beaches have been recognized by prestigious international groups,” said Pedro Haces, president of the Acapulco Destination Marketing Office. “These accolades are a testament to Acapulco’s position as an ideal destination for travelers from all walks of life, including families and couples, seeking an unmatched beach holiday in an attractive, friendly and safe world-class destination.”
Acapulco’s Mundo Imperial Resort is less than two years old, but it has already made its mark as a top destination for travelers seeking the finest facilities and service. The latest award came in Spring 2016 from the American Automobile Association (AAA). The group gave the resort the esteemed Four Diamond ranking after onsite inspections demonstrated that the property had met the organization’s superior standards.
Mundo Imperial Resort in Acapulco joins an exclusive club of 152 hotels in Mexico that share the Four Diamond rating and is the third property in Acapulco to achieve the coveted certification. The destination is also home to two additional Four Diamond hotels, Las Brisas Acapulco and The Grand Mayan Acapulco, and one Five Diamond resort, the Banyan Tree Cabo Marques. Likewise, The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences bestowed the Five Star Diamond Award to Hotel Encanto thanks to its iconic architecture and the warmth and quality of its service.
The AAA organization ranks approximately 28,000 hotels annually in Canada, the United States and Mexico. A Four Diamond rating is given to refined, stylish hotels with extensive amenities, excellent hospitality and superb attention to detail, which places Mundo Imperial Resort in distinguished company.
Beyond Acapulco’s hotels, the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) has added two of Acapulco’s beaches, Revolcadero II and Icacos II, to its well-known eco-rating system, the Blue Flag program. Revolcadero II is popular among surfers searching for big Pacific swells. Icacos II is a family-friendly beach among locals and international travelers alike.
26 beaches in Mexico meet the FEE’s strict standards. Beaches in the Blue Flag program must meet more than 30 separate requirements. The standards include water quality, environmental care, teaching and security. Blue Flag has operated since 1985 and is now active in 48 countries.