Things to do in Acapulco
Known as the “Pearl of the Pacific,” Acapulco is famous for its dazzling beaches, lush, jungle-covered hills and towering cliffs that plunge into expansive bays and quirky coves. The town’s authentic ambience and charm can be seen everywhere you look, from the delightful cliffside restaurants and the daring exploits of the local cliff divers to antique automobile taxis, a massive 17th century fort, and Old Town’s leafy, tranquil zócalo.
When planning your Acapulco adventure the Pierre Mundo Imperial concierge is at your service to make recommendations and assist with arrangements for local activities, attractions and fun things to do in the Diamond Zone and beyond. Located in the lobby, Pottro Viajes travel agency offers tours of Taxco, Ixtapa, Cuernavaca and Mexico City.
Friendly & Accommodating Concierge
When planning your Acapulco holiday, the resort concierge is at your service to make recommendations and assist with arrangements for local activities, attractions and things to do.
La Isla Shopping Center
La Isla Shopping Village is one of the biggest and best outdoor shopping and entertainment destinations in Acapulco, offering everything from big name brands and restaurants to independent food stalls, gondola rides and a turtle pond.
XTASEA, the longest zipline in the world over the sea.
A great attraction for adventurers at heart. Cross the Bay of Puerto Marqués at 140 kilometers per hour in any of our forms of flight:
SUPERMAN, TWIN, RIDER, NIGHT, SUNSET OR FREEJUMP.
The 4 simultaneous lines allow you to enjoy your adventure with your family or friends.
Palacio Mundo Imperial
Learn more about all there is to do and see just moments from Palacio Mundo Imperial. This hotel is the perfect base for exploring the freshwater Tres Palos Lagoon, the popular Barra Vieja Beach, botanical gardens and live entertainment!
La Quebrada cliff diving show
Since 1934, La Quebrada Cliff Divers have been amazing visitors with their nearly 150-foot plunges from the Acapulco clifftops into the swirling waters of the Pacific Ocean far below. No visit to Acapulco is complete without witnessing this jaw-dropping performance.
San Diego Fort
Built in the 17th by the Spanish Empire, this fort was one of the most important Spanish strongholds during colonial rule. Today, the star-shaped fort features a museum with exhibits on the history of Acapulco, as well as a gift shop featuring clothing, articles and trade goods from Pacific trade routes.
The Chapel of Peace
Perched atop a cliff overlooking the bay of Acapulco, the Capilla de la Paz or “Chapel of Peace” features a large white cross with incredible views of the city and surrounding area in a tranquil and serene setting perfect for quiet reflection.
For gifts, souvenirs and last-minute travel necessities, the hotel has several shops and boutiques, a pharmacy, brand shops golf and tennis and a souvenir shop, as well as a premium convenience store.
Whether you’re on the hunt for Cuban cigars or unique imported clothing, you’ll find just what you’re looking for at Costera 125's 70 shops. You’ll also discover a bowling alley, movie theaters, a children's activity area and a go-kart track.
Galerias Acapulco Mall
Galerias Acapulco, Acapulco’s largest, most exclusive mall. Find everything from small designer clothing and shoes to accessories, music and more.
Bargain hunters love the Artisan Market, a group of small shops and stalls where they can buy inexpensive clothes, souvenirs and tequila along with finely crafted jewelry.
Princess Mundo Imperial
Guests of Princess Mundo Imperial enjoy access to our sister resort, which features five swimming pools, two championship golf courses nearby, a world-class tennis facility and pampering spa services and treatments at Sol Imperial – Mi Spa & Wellness.