Acapulco

Pierre Mundo Imperial


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Wake in a cool garden-view room to a wondrous, tropical dreamland in Acapulco.

A testament to a superior experience and service levels, the Pierre Marques hotel has been named the recipient of the prestigious AAA Three Diamond Recognition. Additionally, Travel & Leisure ranked The Fairmont Pierre Marques as one of the best 100 hotels in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the best resort in Acapulco. USA Today named it one of the 10 best hotels all over the world.

Sandwiched between the soaring Sierra Madre Mountains and the crystal blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, this free-flowing, paradisal resort features three freshwater pools, expansive gardens, and a sun-dappled, cinnamon-gold beach. The Fairmont Pierre Marques comprises a unique Mexican community of snow-white villas, bungalows, and low-rise pavilions. Set among a tropical garden of unequalled beauty, this magical resort lies only steps away from the glistening Pacific Ocean. The Fairmont Pierre Marques is located about nine miles northwest of Alvarez International Airport on Revolcadero Beach.

Experience the thrill of a fierce tennis match on one of five lit tennis courts, or drive off the tee instead at the 18-hole golf course, widely regarded as the most challenging course in Acapulco. Watersports, a fitness center, and glowing nightlife activities will open up new pathways in your adventure. Kids can reap the benefits of a children's program, encompassing complimentary volleyball, table games, and colorful painting classes. Enjoy exchange privileges with the Fairmont Acapulco Princess.

Dine at Tabachin for continental cuisine in an elegant, air-conditioned restaurant. La Terraza provides a less formal outdoor setting overlooking the pool and ocean, serving mouthwatering Mexican and American specialties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Experience heavenly slumber in one of 229 magnificent guestrooms overlooking lush tropical gardens, beautiful fountains, crystal pools, and the Pacific Ocean itself. Exquisitely accommodating, the hotel excels in comfort and opulence, and guests will enjoy luxurious amenities and exceptional service.
HOTEL LOCATION
The Fairmont Pierre Marques Resort is located on the Revolcadero Beach facing the Pacific Ocean withviews of the Sierra Madre Mountains. It is 5 miles away from the airport, 20 minutes from downtown Acapulco.
Address: PLAYA REVOLCADERO S/N
ACAPULCO
GRO

MX
Local Phone: 011-52-744-46...
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-441-1414
Fax: 52-744-466-10-15
Website Address: fairmont.com
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Car Rental
Concierge
Currency Exchange
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Parking(Complimentary.)
Physician on Call
Pools
Number of Pools: 3
Outdoor Pools: 3     
There are three freshwater pools and two wading pool for children.
Golf: ON-SITE
An 18 hole, 6,855 yard, par 72 golf course designed by Percy Clifford and remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, this course is widely regarded as Acapulco`s most challenging.Guests also have access to the golf course at the Fairmont Acapulco Princess.
Holes: 18
Green Fees: $100.00 (approx.)
Cart Fee: $40.00
Club Rental Fees: $40.00 (APPROX.)
Lessons Available
Tennis
Number of Courts: 5
Outdoor Courts: 5
Lighted Courts: 5
Raquet Rental Fees: $4.00 per racket, per hour.
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Other Sports: Facilities at the Acapulco Princess.
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Complimentary
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Additional Charge
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
The elegant Fairmont Pierre Marques is situated beachfront on the Pacific Ocean's Revolcadero Beach.Set on 480 acres of beautifully landscaped property, this resort was once the private getaway of J. Paul Getty. Guests have full access to signing privileges at all facilities of the Acapulco Princess. There is a complimentary shuttle service, use of the Health Club is complimentary, and guests will be offereda $15 dining credit. Beach: The property is situated on a very large stretch of the Pacific Ocean`s Revolcadero Beach. Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 1:00 pm
Total Rooms: 335
Year Opened: 1957 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, American Express, Carte Blanche
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
No Spring Breakers. Inclusive Plan: Breakfast- $10 credit for those wish to eat a la carte. Lunch-$15 credit applies to those who wish to eat a la carte. Dinner- Buffet menu offered in La Terraza or Tabachin. For a la carte $25 credit towards meal.
ROOM TYPES
SUPERIOR OCEAN VIEW
Superior guestroom includes one king bed or two double beds, marble floors, tropical decor, and a private terrace or patio with ocean views. These rooms are conveniently located in the tower building and accommodate up to four guests.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
SUPERIOR ROH EP
Superior guestroom includes one king bed or two double beds, marble floors, tropical decor, and a private terrace or patio with garden views. These rooms are conveniently located at the tower building and can accommodated up to four guests.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
DELUXE OCEAN VIEW
One King or two Double beds. Ocean view. Generously proportioned rooms and recently renovated. Private balcony, bathroom with tub and shower. Standard Fairmont amenities and business services, including High Speed Internet Access. (469 sq. ft.)
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Telephone
Television
DINING
Pierre Mundo Imperial features 2 meal plan options:
No Meals
Breakfast Plan
There are 2 Restaurants at Pierre Mundo Imperial:
El Tabachin - An elegant air conditioned restaurant featuring continental cuisine for dinner only. Attire is smart casual.
La Terraza - An informal outdoor restaurant overlooking the pool and ocean, serving Mexican and American specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Water Sports, Fitness Center, Golf, Exchange Privileges with the Fairmont Acapulco Princess.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Nightly Entertainment.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Activities include painting classes, bingo, volleyball, table games.
Applicable Ages: 4 to 11 years old.
Program Fees: Complimentary.

Children's Facilities
PlayGround
Babysitting Fee: $4/hr;$12 after 10pm
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24 hours

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Calm and confortable
LillySemaria, Mexico City, Mexico
Tue Mar 12 10:16:56 EDT 2019
We spent a really confortable time here; the place is wide, calm, peaceful, quiet, easy to move around in, uncomplicated and child friendly It would have been nice to have been able to stay until 3:00 pm through a late check out, but Octavio at front desk sayed it wasn’t possible, which we found strange given the hotel was quite empty. Over the weekend we had friends who where allowed so it came as a special surprise on a Tuesday... Anyway, recommendable anyhow

Not sold on Acapulco’s come back quite yet!
Stevieg22, Montreal, Canada
Sun Mar 10 15:55:18 EDT 2019
Just back from a week in Acapulco. We travelled with Sunwing from Montreal and chose to stay at the Pierre Mundo Imperial hotel which is one of three hotels in the area owned and operated by Mundo Imperial. The 3 hotels are located in the Punta Diamante area of Acapulco which is also know as Riviera Diamante. This area is between the airport and Acapulco bay, and although hotels like the Pierre and Princess, now part of the Mundo group of hotels (formerly Fairmont hotels) have been around since the 1970’s, the area is considered the newer part of Acapulco and is under development. There are many luxury condos being built along the coast. We chose the Pierre Mundo because we were looking for a smaller resort that was located on the beach; it only has 229 rooms. The hotel and grounds were nice, there are 3 pools, nice gardens and a lot of green space. Main pool features a waterfall feature and is quite nice. The secondary pool is larger and was a nice place to relax and take in the sun. The weather was fantastic, clear blue skies with temps between 28C and 30C (avg. 85F) with relatively low humidity. The rooms were fairly standard for a hotel built in the 70’s; good size with modest decor. Bathroom was older but it was clean and roomie. The one negative about the room was that despite having a fridge in the room, it was not stocked or replenished daily. Two small water bottles were furnished daily but were left on the makeup counter near the room’s entrance. We had a deluxe ocean-view room with a very nice unobstructed view of the Pacific. We were somewhat disappointed with the restaurant selection at the Pierre Mundo. There were 3 restaurants: a buffet restaurant, a Bar type restaurant with both inside and outside seating offering mainly a lunch and snacks menu, and a formal dining restaurant (Tabachin). There was also a convenient store offering gifts, pharmaceuticals, sandwiches, muffins and cakes along with Starbucks coffee. This was not included in our all-inclusive offering. The buffet restaurant was open for breakfast daily, it only opened for lunch on the Saturday and was never open for dinner during our stay... and this is the main reason for our disappointment with the restaurants at the Pierre. For lunch all we had was the Pierre Bar and if you didn’t want a formal meal for dinner all you had was the same pizza, burgers, etc. menu offered from that same bar. Fortunately, the positive with staying at a Mundo Imperial hotel was that we were able to eat at any of the other hotels, the Princess and the Palacio, which we took advantage of daily. We ate lunch at the Chula Vista buffet restaurant most days we were there. The Princess was a 10-15 minute walk along the beach or a 2 min shuttle that runs all day. We never waited more than 5 mins for a shuttle the entire week. We also ate at the Tavola Italian à la carte restaurant 3 times. We enjoyed the salads and the pasta dinners and the deserts at the Tavola. Service was also great especially when we had Laura as our waitress. She was so pleasant and her smile infectious. Besides the restaurants, the Princess features luxurious gardens, a beautiful pool area with palms, a waterfall feature and swim up bar. Pool side service was also better at the Princess. Without having access to the Princess it would have been a long week “food-wise” if all we had was the restaurants at the Pierre. Having the option to spend the day at a different pool and to go off our resort for dinner was like a night out. We also visited the Palacio Mundo Imperial the third hotel in the chain that we had access to. It was a little further, about 15-20 mins by shuttle. It was a nice ride along the coastal road where were able to see some of the luxury condos in the area as well as the Vidante golf courses. The Palacio is a modern 1400 room hotel with 6 pools and 5 or 6 restaurants, but is not beachfront. We visited one day and spent the day around the pool. The hotel was modern, the food and service at the pool was good, the pool area was nice but in general without the beach we found it to be too hot (no breeze), too much cement and lacking charm. There is a shuttle than runs hourly that brings you to an exclusive beach club that features 2 more pools and a beachside restaurant. We didn’t make the trip there so can’t comment. We did ask some people we met on the flight down who stayed at the Palacio who said the beach club was really nice. They also visited the Princess and the Pierre and said they would choose the Pierre in the future because they missed having direct access to the beach particularly for morning walks. I would like to address the comments that I read about service and at the Pierre. There was definitely truth to the comments regarding Sunwing guests not receiving similar treatment to the locals wearing silver bracelets. We noticed immediately once the resort filled up on the weekend. I addressed this with the F&B Manager and noticed a huge turnaround after my discussion. The main reason I was told, was due to the staffs fear to speak English or French. We did notice that a greater effort was made and that the pool staff in particular made a greater effort to serve and talk with Sunwing guests. So, here is my final comment as it relates to Sunwing, Mundo Imperial hotels, and Acapulco as a destination. Firstly I would like Sunwing to recognize that none of these hotels are 5 star hotels. The Pierre is a 3 star hotel based on its age and amenities. Not enough restaurant choices, no mini-bar services, no classes, shows or organized activities. The Princess is a 4 star hotel based on its age and room decor alone. The restaurants are nice, the services are better and the pool area is beautiful. The Mexican Open Tennis tournament was taking place during our stay which made for an active busy vibe which I enjoyed but it was an obvious priority of the hotel and its staff. The Palacio is also a 4 star hotel but for different reasons; the decor and newness if the rooms and resort are great, the amenities with its pools and restaurants on par with other 5 star hotels however not being an ocean-side resort is a big miss. Which hotel would I choose if I were to go back to the area with Sunwing? I would choose either the Pierre or Princess and would likely stay at the Pierre again. Having the choice to stay at a quieter resort with access to the Princess at $300-500 less for the week is a good choice. That said having travelled to other areas in Mexico, I would not choose to return to Acapulco anytime soon. I much preferred my stay in Puerto Vallarta or Playa del Carmen. So much more to see and do and the service much better due to the ability of the staff to communicate in English. >> I would like to give a shout out to Bruno (pool area), Melina (front desk), Suzanne, (F&B Manager) and the wait staff at the Pierre Bar, thank you all for making our week extra special, your service and smiles made the difference.<<

NOT GOOD
Explore30886135746,
Sun Mar 03 16:50:16 EST 2019
Its very sad to see a great location occupied by a decrepit hotel with zero maintenance and kept like it was a very very long time ago, if maybe they wanted they could turn it into a period hotel, but not with the state the hotel is in now. So sad.

Great experience
Lorancia L, Durban, South Africa
Sat Feb 23 10:48:35 EST 2019
The hotel was really well situated, not far from the city and in front of the beach. Melina at the reception made sure we had everything we needed and she spoke great English. There is a lot to see and people are welcoming. Either at the restaurant or at the reception.

Highly recommended!
Anna C, Stratford, Canada
Mon Feb 11 17:00:56 EST 2019
We had a very nice time( 7 days).C.Clean, beautiful place.Food and restaurants service just perfect. Everybody very friendly, always helpful and happy! We definitely will come back.Sungwing rep (Jose) was very helpful.Thank you



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