The Historic Todos Santos Inn in the Pueblo Mágico of Baja California Sur
Built in the 1870's as a sugar baron's estate, the Inn is the only historic hacienda hotel in Todos Santos. With an ideal location in the center of town, the Inn is walking distance to all the restaurants, shops and galleries, as well as a beautiful beach for whale watching.
"Like the setting of a Gabriel García Márquez novel, the brick and adobe walls of the Todos Santos Inn echo with the possibility something magical could happen here." Outside Magazine
This former hacienda was also at one time the boyhood schoolhouse for General Meliton Albañez of the Mexican Revolution. It has now been sensitively restored as a historic village inn. With its antiques, soaring beamed ceilings and courtyard gardens, the Todos Santos Inn evokes a bygone era. Whether you're planning a few days' excursion from the major resorts or a full exploration of the peninsula, this is a great place to stop. If you're just in search of a peaceful location to read a good book (or even write one), you'll find the Todos Santos Inn is the perfect retreat.
The upper patio of the Inn and the heated swimming pool
One of the poolside garden suites
La Copa Bar, with it's hand carved furnishings and the best margaritas in Baja, according to Travel & Leisure
Enjoy cocktails and casual dining indoors or al fresco at restaurant La Copa Cocina
Pristine beaches, world class surfing, and yoga classes
Whale watching, releasing sea turtle hatchlings, and swimming with sea lions