Chronic inflammation contributes to several diseases, but its resolution is driven by specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPM) such as resolvin D1 (RvD1) and its epimer aspirin-triggered resolvin D1 (AT-RvD1), both biosynthesized from ω-3 fatty docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). RvD1 and AT-RvD1 have anti-inflammatory and pro-resolution potentials, and their effects could be mediated by formyl peptide receptor type 2 receptor ALX/FPR2, a G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). In this work, we performed 44 μs of molecular dynamics simulations with two complexes: FPR2@AT-RvD1 and FPR2@RvD1. Our results show the following: (i) in the AT-RvD1 simulations, the ALX/FPR2 receptor remained in the active state in 62% of the frames, while in the RVD1 simulations, the receptor remained in the active state in 74% of the frames; (ii) two residues, R201 and R205, of ALX/FPR2 appear, establishing interactions with both resolvins in all simulations (22 in total); (iii) RvD1 hydrogen bonds with R201 and R205 presented higher frequency than AT-RvD1; and (iv) residues R201 and R205 are the two receptor hotspots, demonstrated by the binding free calculations. Such results show that the ALX/FPR2 receptor remained in the active state for longer in the FPR2@RvD1 simulations than in the FPR2@AT-RvD1 simulations.