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Casa Delfin

Acapulco, Mexico

OMG! I just came back from Acapulco, Mexico, which was the best vacation ever. Some friends and I stayed at Casa Delfin, a luxurious villa. The views are breathtaking and the staff was fabulous. They would make us delicious mexican cuisine like enchiladas with rice and beans served with refreshing margaritas . We found it hard to live the villa since everything was at your fingertips, but some must sees of the local attractions are cliff drivers, markets, and nightclubs like Palladium.

If you are interested in visiting Acapulco, I highly recommend staying at Casa Delfin. Check out their website at www.acapulco-villa-rentals.com.

permalink written by  El_18 on October 13, 2008 from Acapulco, Mexico
from the travel blog: Viva Acapulco
tagged Mexico, Travel, Vacation, Villa, Acapulco and Luxury

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Hot Lap of Luxury

Chaoyang, China

Guilded lions outside, huge elaborate lobby modeled after French aristocracies of the 17/18th centuries, shiny everything! And only 499 ren min bi per night ($80).

The room had the usual western amenities of soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotion (but in an embossed leather box), a blow dryer, big screen TV, iron and board, not free mini bar and plush towels, and the Chinese amenities of slippers and an electric kettle. But it also had a safe, a mini fridge, two bathrobes, a scale, wall panel push button bed lamps, wall panel push button nightstand lights, wall panel push button vanity light, wall panel push button over toilet light (which never turned off), wall panel push button do not disturb light, wall panel push button entry light, wall panel push button shade over the jacuzzi up or down (there being a huge window between the bathroom and the main room a shade comes in handy) and two full-face gas masks. Did I mention jacuzzi? Oh, you were focused on the gas masks. Yes, we found that odd, too.

For all this luxury there was one little flaw and one huge flaw: big, ugly stain on the carpet and the AC did not work. Hands down the fanciest place I've ever stayed but no AC?

permalink written by  prrrrl on October 2, 2013 from Chaoyang, China
from the travel blog: Liaoning, 2013
tagged Luxury, PushButton and GasMasks

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