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Articles about Baja

By Brooke Porter Katz
In less than a year, chef Enrique Olvera’s first New York City venture has become one of the hottest tables in town—and we’d expect nothing less from the man who presides over Pujol, his groundbreaking restaurant in Mexico City. His latest project...
By Brooke Porter Katz
In less than a year, chef Enrique Olvera’s first New York City venture has become one of the hottest tables in town—and we’d expect nothing less from the man who presides over Pujol, his groundbreaking restaurant in Mexico City. His latest project...
By Katie James
Corazones everywhere broke yesterday in Mexico as news outlets reported that George Clooney is selling his Los Cabos mansion. The Hollywood actor—who married human rights lawyer Amal Clooney last September in Venice, Italy—is apparently looking...
By Josh Sens
Hit hard by Hurricane Odile last September, Mexico’s popular beach destination, stretching from Cabo San Lucas to San José del Cabo, staggered through the fall and winter, with many of its resorts closed because of extensive damage. Now the region...
By David A. Keeps
In September 2014, Hurricane Odile reduced the luxury resorts of Los Cabos, Mexico to rubble and mud. Just seven months later, the One&Only Palmilla—the hardest-hit of the area’s luxury hotels—is the first to re-emerge, looking better than ever. T...
By Colleen Clark

All you need is love—these swoon-worthy hotels take care of the rest.

Hotels in Baja

Tucked squarely between Mexico’s craggy cliffs and the turquoise sea, on a secluded Peninsua, this resort offers one of the most breathtaking views of the newly-revitalized Cabo San Lucas. Whether you opt for a studio or an expansive penthouse, all guests have stunning ocean views.

Restaurants in Baja

Corazón de Tierra serves deliciously complex dishes such as black cod in onion embers with onion-verbena purée.

Things to do in Baja

A 20-foot-high natural marine geyser.