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||Pink and white from buildings to Jeeps to table linens and towels, Las Brisas has been widely copied since it opened in 1957 as a tranquil, adults-only, prestigious retreat. Celebrities still come occasionally, along with couples seeking romance and privacy, but now the resort accepts children—although certain guest-accommodation sections are still reserved for adults.
Brisas Beach Club Casita - One king bed in casita located on the fourth level of the resort. Private furnished terrace, minibar, and views of ocean and/or Acapulco Bay.
Cascada Suite - Two king beds in two-bedroom suite with private pool, located on resort's third level. Sheltered furnished terrace and ocean views.
Jacuzzi Suite - One king bed in suite with private pool and spa tub, located on the third or fourth level of the resort. Sheltered furnished terrace has view of the ocean.
Junior Suite w/Private Pool - One king bed in suite with private pool, located on the resort's top level. Covered, furnished terrace and views of ocean and/or Acapulco Bay.
Palmas Suite - One king bed in suite with private pool, located on resort's first level. Sheltered furnished terrace and ocean views. Separate living/dining room.
Share Pool Casita - One king bed or two twin beds in casita located on the first or second level of the resort. Shared pool. Private furnished terrace and views of ocean.
||La Concha - Open-air restaurant at beach club under two-story, wood-beamed roof offering views of open ocean and Acapulco Bay. Pink-and-white linens. Lunch only. Choices include ceviche, tacos, lobster-and-crab salad, shrimp broth, lobster, shrimp, fish, paella, pasta, and pizza
Bellavista - Air-conditioned hilltop restaurant and bar offering panoramic view of ocean, Acapulco Bay, Sierra Madre Mountains. Glass-wall section and flower-fringed open-air terrace. À la carte Mexican/American breakfast. À la carte dinner. Pianist at night. Dinner dress code: long pants, collared shirts, closed-toe shoes (no sneakers) for men. Starters such as Caviar, Smoked Salmon, Escargot, Duck-Liver Pâté, Scallops-and-Lobsters with Peanut-Ginger Vinaigrette, Thai Shrimp, and Duck Confit-Goat Cheese Ravioli. Main courses such as Shrimp Linguine, Gruyere-Crusted Sea Bass, Mahi Mahi in Garlic-Soy Sauce, Stuffed Lobster, Foie-Gras-Stuffed Quail, Seed-Crusted Lamb Chops, Ginger-Roasted Duck.
Deli-Shop - Sandwiches, salads, pastries, wine, beverages to go.
Sunset Bar - Open-air bar set up at prime sunset-view spot overlooking ocean, Acapulco Bay. (Saturday and Sunday evenings only.)
Operating every 20 minutes, shuttles transport guests between the hillside resort and its private beach club on Acapulco Bay, a five-minute trip. The club includes no sand but features two expansive rock- and fieldstone-lined saltwater pools narrowly open to the bay, so they're continuously refreshed. Terraced above them is a large, freeform freshwater pool. Pools' sundecks feature palm trees, cushioned lounge chairs, umbrellas, and shade ten
Aside from its own swimming pool, each casita offers a sweeping bay view, and guests have access to the private La Concha Beach Club. Also, a Las Brisa breakfast consisting of coffee, fresh fruit and sweet rolls is delivered daily to your casita.
Nestled on a hillside overlooking Acapulco Bay, Las Brisas consists of 263 secluded casitas, each with its own private or semi-private swimming pool, offering guests the utmost in relaxation, elegance and beauty.
La Concha private beach club offers guests exclusive access to the beachfront, and features one fresh water and two natural salt water swimming pools.
|Swimming pool - outdoor
Limo or Town Car service available
Internet access in public areas - wireless
24-hour front desk
Shopping on site
|vice health spa
Restaurants in hotel
Room service (24 hours)
Meeting rooms (small groups)
Internet access in public areas - surcharge
Safe-deposit box - front desk
Medical assistance available
Gift shops or newsstand