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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 98%Adventure Travelers
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- Hotel AcapulcoJul 10, 2014
It's not often that your favorite part of a hotel is its restaurant, but I suspect it's common at the Acapulco. The 24-hour greasy-spoon diner is patronized not just by hotel restaurants but by a whole swath of Panamanian residents, thanks to the yummy (if greasy) food served up at mostly $5 or under. The rooms are plain but clean,sizable and serviceable. The air conditioners work well, as does the WiFi. Details are not the hotel's forte: the elevator didn't work perfectly and had names scratched into its walls, the bead spreads were scratchy, there wasn't a bathmat. Nonetheless, we wound up staying here longer than we planned, just because it met all of our needs, had no flaws that inspired us to leave, and at $40 a night, was the right price.Recommended for:
- Hotel AcapulcoFirst to ReviewJul 10, 2014
The Acapulco was really nice to check in to because everything worked as advertised, no surprises here. The girl at the front desk was accomodating and gave us a room on the third floor. The AC was cold, room clean and water pressure strong, which gets high marks from me in the $40 a night range. The Acapulco has a pretty decent diner-style restaurant next door where you can pick up a filet mignon for like 8 bucks and sit next to real locals getting off of work. If you are in to gambling there is a casino next door. Nothing fancy here at the Acapulco but the essentials are solid. I would stay here again.