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The Best Coffee In Acapulco, Mexico
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The Best Coffee In Acapulco, Mexico

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Acapulco, the top coastal resort in the turbulent Mexican state of Guerrero, is famous for its tourist friendly beaches, restaurants, and beautiful scenery. Guerrero is a somewhat overlooked coffee producing state in Mexico, often pushed out of the limelight by Veracruz and Chiapas. Take a look at our list to find out the best coffee spots in Acapulco.
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Cafe et Chocolat

Located in the sumptuous Fairmont Princess Hotel, Cafe et Chocolat is the place to go if you fancy a brunch, lunch, or decadent pastry to accompany your rich espresso. Complement your mocha with a flaky croissant, a blueberry muffin, or a traditional Mexican pan dulce. If you’re on a health kick, how about a black coffee with a honey drizzled pot of oatmeal? With combinations for everyone, Cafe et Chocolat is an excellent coffee option in the heart of Acapulco.

Address & telephone number: Fairmont Princess Hotel, Avenida Costera de las Palmas S/N, Acapulco de Juárez, Mexico, +52 744 469 1000

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Olé Cafe & Pastel

Cakes and coffee are the order of the day at Olé Cafe & Pastel, making it one of several coffee shops on this list that doubles as a cake store. Indulge in a generous slice while you’re there, as their range of desserts make excellent companions to a hot cup of coffee. If you’re feeling the Acapulco heat however, do make sure to try one of their refreshing, but (most importantly) caffeinated, frappes; the perfect early morning pick-me-up or afternoon treat.

Address & telephone number: Cristobal Colón on the corner with Vasco de Gama, Acapulco de Juárez, Mexico, +52 744 188 2343

Painted Coffee Cup © Paolo Trabattoni/Flickr
Painted Coffee Cup | © Paolo Trabattoni/Flickr
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Pastelería Sharon

Desserts, desserts, and more desserts at Pastelería Sharon – with a side of coffee. There’s a selection of freshly baked breads, sometimes sweet, sometimes savory, as well as beautifully and professionally decorated cakes. The coffee is made to perfectly complement the desserts, with a selection of frappes with flavors such as rompope, white chocolate, and even Oreo biscuit. We recommend frappe de rompope, accompanied by pastel de chocolate.

Address & telephone number: Alonso Martin 28, Acapulco de Juárez, Mexico, +52 744 486 3036

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Dulce Frida

Dulce Frida has embraced the cupcake trend, providing exquisitely decorated fondant cupcakes that make the perfect side to your coffee. However, if you’re feeling a bit cupcaked out, sample their freshly made crepes drizzled in dulce de leche as a fantastic alternative. The perfect presentation doesn’t stop at the sweets menu however, as their coffee comes served in glass mugs with crisply defined layers of milk, espresso, and foam.

Address & telephone number: Calle Horacio Nelson 59, Acapulco de Juárez, Mexico, +52 744 481 0157

Coffee Beans © Nic Taylor/Flickr
Coffee Beans | © Nic Taylor/Flickr
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Cafe Wadi

While the majority of entries to this list have focused on both cakes and coffee, Cafe Wadi is the one that is all about the coffee. More specifically, all about the often overlooked Guerrero-grown coffee bean. Albeit located in a rather unassuming area, Café Wadi offers some spectacular quality coffee, which goes without saying given that it’s been in business since 1924. The café itself is crammed with different varieties of coffee beans, which are available for purchase. For coffee lovers, of all the places mentioned, this is a must not miss in Acapulco.

Address & telephone number: Fco. Javier Mina 18, Acapulco de Juárez, Mexico, +52 744 483 7555