Situated on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the beach town of Acapulco, Boca Chica Hotel was originally constructed in the late 1950s at a time when the small town was a popular holiday destination for Hollywood celebrities.
The hotel features a mint-green poolside deck, concrete parasols, colourful furniture and contrasting textures throughout the interior.
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