Acapulco, Mexico (September 5, 2007) – The Acapulco Convention and Visitors Bureau announced today that the tourism infrastructure of the destination, its airport and all hotels have resumed normal operations after Tropical Storm Henriette passed over the Pacific coast of the state of Guerrero this past weekend.
Officials at Acapulco’s Alvarez International Airport report that the airport did not incur any damage and is fully operational with all airlines running on their normal flight schedules.
Roads throughout Acapulco are in good condition. Electric and telephone services additionally remained operational without major interruption throughout the storm.
“Our hotels were well prepared to keep guests safe and comfortable,” says Jesus Radilla, Director of the Acapulco Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The tourism zone is in great condition and ready to receive visitors. In Acapulco, it’s business as usual under sunny skies.”
A magical combination of incredible beauty and hypnotic charm, Acapulco is Mexico’s largest and most dazzling seaside resort attracting over 5 million visitors annually. Acapulco is exotic yet easily accessible via direct or convenient connections via all major airline carriers from gateway cities across the U.S. For more information about Acapulco, visit www.visitacapulco.com.mx.