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Casa Condesa

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Los Angeles
Reviewed 14 October 2008

As an airline professional, I have the privilege of traveling frequently. Without a doubt, the most enjoyable "me time" trip and accommodation I've ever experienced was at Casa Condesa. James and Roy and the rest of the staff make you feel right at home from the moment you arrive until it's time to say farewell. The rooms are tastefully and...

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Brooklyn,New York
Reviewed 28 April 2008

My stay in Acapulco didn't start well--an upset stomach,general exhaustion and having to drag my luggage up a street being repaved and then landing at a rather ordinary doorway didn't bode well. But all that changed as I climbed the stairs and arrived in a beautifully landscaped tropical pool area surrounded by some comfortable places to lounge around both outside...

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1Thank JoeNap
San Antonio
Reviewed 13 April 2008

My ship ported for an all day exploration of Acapulco, departing @ 100am the following morning. I had planned to spend the day @ Betos and Condessa beach, (in mind from a week-long visit in 1990), shower, change clothes and go out for the nightlife. However, from the moment I arrived, hospitality relentlessly surpassed my expectations; treated like family and...

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1Thank Wing-It
California
Reviewed 19 February 2008

After having been to almost every country in Western and Esastern Europe , 5 countries in Asia, 4 in South America , Canada the US and 4 states in Mexico; finally I found paradise! Casa Condesa is managed by the most caring and charming host. All the attendants are extremely helpful and ready to serve. The answer to any request...

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Montreal
Reviewed 16 December 2007

I`ve been to Casa Condesa 5 times and it`s definately my favorite gay spot in all of Mexico. The place is very informal and laid back and the staff makes you feel at home right away. It`s close to the gay beach and bar`s. In fact, i rarely use a taxi when at the Casa . They serve breakfast whenever...

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Dallas
Reviewed 13 December 2007

From my first contact with James (the owner) when I was inquiring about rates and availability, right to the moment he dropped me off at the airport, he was warm and welcoming. The Casa Condesa provides a very unique experience! You enter through a small door off the street and then up the stairs to a lush tropical garden and...

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4Thank AussieInDallas
Bristol
Reviewed 26 March 2007

I wasn´t sure where to stay when I went to Acapulco for a gay holiday. First, I went to Villa Roqueta, which I wouldn´t personally recommend unless you like isolation. This place used to be Gloria Gaynor's luxury pad, but it is now a sleepy luxury boutique retreat, some 40 minutes from all the gay action. Okay if you want...

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Additional Information about Casa Condesa

Address: Bellavista 125 | Fracc Farallón, Acapulco 39851, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Guerrero > Acapulco
Number of rooms: 9
Also Known As:
Casa Condesa Acapulco
Casa Condesa Hotel Acapulco
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“The pool-side Egypto room is lovely with a beautiful tile mosaic bath. It's nice to be by the pool, but it is a bit noisy at night.”
gogotom, 12 May 2016 | Read review
“If you get a room off the pool you can avoid the stairs to the second floor.”
TeachermanDR, 12 Apr 2014 | Read review
“choose the upstairs rooms as they seem to have a little more light. The Chinese room by the pool is the biggest I beieve”
roaddrake, 14 Dec 2013 | Read review
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