Hotels in Baja
About an hour north of Cabo San Lucas in southern Baja lies the small Pacific Coast fishing town and noted artist’s colony of Todos Santos.
For clans looking to laze around a lagoon-like pool but who still want some on-site action (a rock-climbing wall and a zipline across a white-sand beach).
Like many properties on the tip of the Baja peninsula, Secrets Marquis Los Cabos focuses on delivering stellar service. But here it translates to unique touches and amenities, such as welcome cocktails and a cool scented towel at check-in.
The property’s sandstone-colored exterior may blend in with its desert surroundings, but its 115 rooms are bold and richly colored, with dark woodfurnishings, turquoise bed throws, and black headboards.
At this Mission-style winery and inn, visitors can take guided horseback rides around the vineyards.
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).
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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.
Poised on a lone hilltop with 360-degree views, La Villa del Valle occupies a handsome, two-story hacienda that was built in 2002 but looks as if it has belonged here forever.
The Zen-like 71-suite "windows to paradise" has a muted Mex-Med vibe. Hand-carved cedar doors open into guestrooms with spacious living space, ocean vistas from virtually any corner, private infinity-edge pools, and—in some cases—rooftop balconies.