Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, in 1530, Acapulco, which means “the place where the reeds were destroyed,” was a fishing village. Once the conquistadors settled here, it became a galleon-building center.
Acapulco’s city government promotes and protects your investment both in the areas of tourism and real estate development, offers tax incentives and discounts that include up to 70 percent of the cost of building permits, acquisition taxes, real estate taxes and other incentives that assure the investor the government’s solid support.
Located in the heart of the city of Marrakech, in Morocco, this legendary hotel opened its doors in 1922. The place got its name by its gardens, that were named by prince Moulay Mamoun, the son of the Sultan Sidi Mohamed Horseradish Ben Abdellah.
The Roqueta Presidential Suite is located at the uppermost part of the hotel and features a living room, dining room plus two bedrooms, each with a full bath. It also has a private swimming pool and large terrace, from which guests enjoy an absolutely spectacular view of Acapulco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
On the 10th floor of the Cobá Tower is the Presidential Suite. It has fine finishes in wood, sober marble floors and details that add to this space everything you need for an unforgettable stay.
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