As the summer heat sizzles in Acapulco, the city's nightlife is gearing up to welcome tourists with open arms. And this year, there's an extra special treat for the LGBTI community, as exclusive bars and nightclubs catering to their tastes have popped up in the tourist zone. Sofia del Angel Mata Corona, the charismatic president of the Association of Bars, Discotheques, and Restaurants of Acapulco, predicts a staggering increase in sales of over 60 percent. The festivities are expected to draw in enthusiastic vacationers from Puebla, Cuernavaca, the State of Mexico, Monterrey, and Mexico City, creating a lively atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
To ensure the safety of revelers, a united front comprising hotels, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs has come together to promote a secure route of nightlife hotspots in Acapulco. With the summer vacation season in full swing, more than 60 nightclubs, including bars and discotheques, are ready to swing open their doors. One such establishment that promises to be a fantastic investment is the renowned Tropic Bar. Sofia Mata also announced the emergence of recreational spots exclusively for the LGBT community in the Condesa area, including popular haunts like Happy Lobster, Baby Lobster, Oleaje, and Mangos. This thriving district is significant as it was the site of the first international beach recognized by the diverse sexual preferences of the LGBT community. Additionally, a new nightclub bar called Coco Le Club is set to debut in the Costa Azul subdivision. To ensure visitors from all walks of life feel welcome, staff members are undergoing training to provide dignified and respectful treatment to tourists of sexual diversity who grace the city's nightlife establishments.