After over a year of sheltering in place during COVID, I was beyond THRILLED for my first trip outside of the US to Todos Santos, Mexico. As you have read, I ADORE Mexico and have been a lot (I’d guess 20-25 times over the years). I had visited Todos Santos years ago for a day trip from Cabo San Lucas but never spent more than a few hours there.
For this getaway, my bestie Kat found a super chic hotel, Paradero for our long girls’ weekend away. We decided to head a bit north to this small but precious town called El Pescadero. We were fortunate to travel to the southern tip of Baja to stay at this beyond impressive hotel, Paradero Hotel Todos Santos.
Padadero Hotel Todos Santos was an unforgettable experience with its views, food, amenities, and service. I loved the small boutique setting of the hotel with only 35 guest rooms. The 4-day trip felt way too short, but I still was fully relaxed and in heaven at this swanky hotel.
We stayed in a garden suite (shown below) with a soaking tub where we enjoyed an outdoor bath all to ourselves!
We can’t get enough of the outdoor “Star Net” on the upper-level rooms (the hotel let us borrow one for our photo shoot. Thank you!)
As a guest, you also have access to their daily activities such as yoga, nearby hikes, mountain biking, and even Taco field trips to town to experience the best Taquerias! This was for sure on my to-do list! Paradero Todos Santos is a vacation spot that I highly recommend.
Me enjoying a hike with the hotel. Can you beat these stunning views?
Art Walk – Local Architecture Tour
Also, you can’t miss their half-moon pool with infinity-edge design. It’s one of their most photogenic spots on the property. There is no doubt that it become my favorite place to chill and enjoy the sunshine.
If you are looking for other places to stay in the same area, my accommodations at Auberge’s Esperanza Resort and The Cape, A Thompson Hotel at Cabo San Lucas may be of interest to you. Cabo is another spot in Mexico I adore and am always thrilled to visit.
Featured Image Courtesy of Paradero HotelsFeatured Image Courtesy of Paradero Hotels
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