Set within a masterfully renovated historic estate, Todos Santos Boutique Hotel Brings Elevated Luxury to the Baja Peninsula’s first “Pueblo Magico”
Todos Santos, MX (January 26, 2024) – Nestled within the hidden oasis of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula an hour north of Cabo, lies Todos Santos Boutique Hotel, set within a masterfully renovated historic estate previously owned by a Spanish countess. Originally constructed as a heritage landmark in 1890, the 10-key boutique property has been brought back to its former glory, carefully preserving its iconic historic charm.
Todos Santos Boutique Hotel honored the captivating architecture indicative of Mexico’s rich cultural heritage by salvaging the historic facade and complimenting it by bringing elements of local architecture into the interior of the property, such as brick hallways with arches that offer glimpses of the stunning landscape. The design and material palette draw inspiration from the hotel’s background and surroundings, creating a warm, romantic, and cozy haven made of a diverse array of materials from textiles, metals, crystals, natural stones, wood, and more. Fresco murals narrate diverse tales of Todos Santos’s history in every nook of the property, with pigments echoing the surrounding desert.
A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the property’s mix of rooms and suites offer guests an intimate, ultra-luxurious escape, boasting lavish details, curated furniture, and bespoke artwork, each adorned with a different hand-painted mural by celebrated artist Nef Espino, depicting Todos Santos’ storied past. The premiere accommodations on property include two spacious suites, the Rosa and the Pilar, featuring their own living rooms, desk and bar setups and private plunge pools. The Lower Level Villa’s suites, the Maria and the Luis, include breakfast nooks, while the Luis also has a private plunge pool and garden. Overlooking the property, the Upper Level Villa is home to two rooms, the Santiago and the José, where guests can relax on personal balconies. The final four rooms, the Ignacio, the Borja, the Loreto and the Francisco, are located along the charming corridor in the Historic Building.
The property boasts a considered selection of drinking and dining options. In particular, 1890, is an elevated dining experience blending global cuisine with local flavors. Meanwhile, the mixology-forward La Copa serves innovative cocktails alongside Baja-inspired snacks, both of which can also be found at the Pool Bar. For a more intimate affair, the expertly curated wine cellar, La Cava, is available for private events.
Amenities abound, guests can enjoy a secluded heated pool, a rooftop terrace and the serene communal spaces onsite. In addition, travelers have exclusive access to off-roading experiences through Todos Santos’ sheer cliffs with Rock Pirates Back Country Adventures as well as yacht charters through Ocean Line Yachts, offering both day and overnight charters.
For more information, visit www.hoteltodossantos.com and follow on social media @hoteltodossantos