Welcome to Todos Santos Boutique Hotel, a hidden gem in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, just an hour away from Cabo. This cozy 10-room hotel is set in a historic estate that once belonged to a Spanish countess. Built in 1890, this heritage landmark has been restored to its original beauty, keeping its historic charm intact.
Todos Santos Boutique Hotel celebrates the stunning architecture of Mexico’s rich cultural heritage by preserving the historic facade and adding local touches to the interior, such as brick hallways with arches that reveal the gorgeous landscape. The design and materials are inspired by the hotel’s history and surroundings, creating a warm, romantic, and cozy retreat with a variety of materials from textiles, metals, crystals, natural stones, wood, and more. Fresco murals tell different stories of Todos Santos’s history in every corner of the property, with colors that match the surrounding desert.
As a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the hotel offers guests an intimate, ultra-luxurious escape, with lavish details, curated furniture, and bespoke artwork, each with a different hand-painted mural by renowned artist Nef Espino, depicting Todos Santos’ past. The best accommodations on the property are two spacious suites, the Rosa and the Pilar, with their own living rooms, desk and bar setups and private plunge pools. The Lower Level Villa’s suites, the Maria and the Luis, have breakfast nooks, and the Luis also has a private plunge pool and garden. The Upper Level Villa has two rooms, the Santiago and the José, where guests can relax on their own balconies. The last four rooms, the Ignacio, the Borja, the Loreto and the Francisco, are located along the charming corridor in the Historic Building.
The hotel has a great selection of drinking and dining options. In particular, 1890, is a fine dining experience that combines global cuisine with local flavors. The mixology-focused La Copa serves creative cocktails and Baja-inspired snacks, which you can also enjoy at the Pool Bar.
Led by Cesár Caro, a sommelier from Los Mochis on the coast of Sinaloa with over 15 years of experience, the carefully curated wine cellar La Cava has a wide variety of Mexico’s best wines—Sauvignon Blanc from Bruma in Valle de Guadalupe, a Rosé from the countryside of San Miguel de Allende, and a Red Blend from Megacero in Chihuahua, among others. For a more private event, La Cava is available for booking.
There are plenty of amenities to enjoy, such as a secluded heated pool, a rooftop terrace and the peaceful common areas onsite. You also have exclusive access to off-roading adventures through Todos Santos’ cliffs with Rock Pirates Back Country Adventures and yacht charters with Ocean Line Yachts, for both day and overnight trips.
To book a room or for more information, visit www.hoteltodossantos.com and follow us on social media @hoteltodossantos
Source: Mens Journal