Located in the gated community ¨Las Playas¨ in Acapulco, we have accommodations perfect for a couple, such as Casa de la Tierra, or up to 9 people in Casa del Sol, and a variety of other options depending on the purpose of your visit. Six different houses were especially designed to fuse architectural and natural beauty as they invite you to celebrate a special occasion, vacation, or just time to unplug and clear your mind from daily routines.
Our spaces are available for the day, the week, or months on end.
The house that belonged to Errol Flynn (Robin Hood of Hollywood´s Golden Age) is now the Casa del Sol, where the Hollywood Gang atmosphere of the 50´s is relived with the comforts of the 21st century, an adaptation done by Architect Plutarco J. Barreiro.
From the Casa de la Luna, enjoy the sunset from a private balcony and be amazed at the path of the moonlight over the surface of the ocean.
In the Casa del Agua, the sound of the waves crashing is a relaxing soundtrack to the end of the day.
In the Casa de la Tierra, the intimate space and the view invite hours of romance, surrounded by the deep blue of the open sea.
The Casa del Viento, with natural rock walls in a mediterranean style, invite you to enjoy the colors and textures of the sky from the balcony where you will feel like you float above the cliffs, under a roof of clouds.
The Casa del Mar has a large terrace that combines the view of the East and West sides of Acapulco and the architectural space that fuses them is unequalled.
And finally, the Coral Rooms, spaces that face the sunset that can be combined with any choice of our houses to create ample sleeping space and make your stay 100% comfortable and enjoyable.
Our houses have all the necessary comforts so that your stay is the most memorable. Daily cleaning service, hot water, areas for cooking and dining, as well as personalized attention.
People that know Acapulco, the ¨Pearl of the Pacific¨ agree that Casas del Acantilado has the best views in the city.
Visit us, you will love this corner of Mexico.