The Acapulco area is a very popular place for a beach vacation. To find out why, just check out our weather details below. There are 350 days of sun each year, but even that doesn't tell the whole story. Even when it does rain, it usually doesn't spoil the party. It will cloud up, dump a nice warm shower, clear up and be sunny again. You just need to find a palapas, have a Margarita (or Grand Mayan Palace Acapulco's creative drink called a Picasso) and by the time you finish the sun is back. The Vidanta Resort in Acapulco does get more rain than the other Vidanta Resort locations from July through September, so plan for that. But you will be on the Pacific side where hurricanes are quite rare. The bottom line is whether you go to sit at the resort and pretend you're in Miami Beach with better weather ( in that case order a Miami Vice at the pool bar) or you want to explore all the Acapulco has to offer, the weather at the Grand Mayan Palace Acapulco makes it likely to be an absolute blast.
* Temperatures in Farenheit, Rainfall in inches