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.
In Ensenada, along the Pacific coast, Cabañas Cuatro Cuatros has stylish canvas tents with open-air showers and terraces overlooking vineyards and olive groves.
Set on the tip of Mexico's Baja peninsula, One&Only Palmilla is luxury at its finest. First, there's the emphasis on individual service that makes this big resort feel like a boutique hotel (guests are called by name, for example).
Family-friendly all-suite resort on Baja’s quiet western coast.
Room to Book: All rooms are ocean view; master suites offer separate bedrooms with king beds.
Doubles from $475.
Live the life of a refined beach bum at this wellness-focused Baja Peninsula resort, owned by an American former CEO who traded the corporate world for a simpler life by the surf. Most of the 27 suites face the water, and shaded daybeds, swimming pools, and mangrove trees dot the grounds.
This property has closed.
Food is a focus at this Spanish-colonial spa spread over 3,000 acres in the foothills of Mount Kuchumaa, where a new open kitchen (the place for cooking classes and more) is set on the property’s organic farm.
There's first-rate fishing - teach the kids how to cast for marlin.
New to the scene (it opened in 2008) and discernibly hip, Casa Dorada faces onto Medano Beach, and is walking distance to the shops and restaurants of Cabo San Lucas.
One unique hotel dominates the Manzanillo, Mexico landscape: the whitewashed, Arabian-inspired towers of Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina, set on a half-mile stretch of private beach.