Pittle Stopped by to Say Hello...and share her review and photos of the Acapulco Mayan Property. She spent two weeks there with a close friend in January and came away with a review and many photos of the property.
It is interesting to learn about the level of construction that is going on in Acapulco. From the sound of it, Grupo Vidanta plans to accomplish quite a bit on this property by 2013. The organization has very big plans, to say the least!
''I am at the Acapulco Mayan Palace Regency (MPR) right now. The units are just like all of the regular MP units, except that there are no alarm clocks, no pull-out mirrors in the bathrooms, and the coffeemaker is just a 4 cup model even though there are 10 coffee cups! We have a great view of the pool from our unit. The lazy river is really nice, but is currently closed for maintenance. It was working on Sunday, but on Monday morning, no water was in it and then on Tuesday, we got a note that it will be closed January 17-25. There is just one restaurant and a swim-up bar here at the MP. There is a shuttle that takes you to the Grand Mayan that runs pretty continuously. WIFI costs 950 pesos for a week. There are a lot of umbrellas by the pool chaise lounges and the kid