Todos Santos Inn

Calle Legaspi 33, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur 23305, México

Chris Sands

This converted 19th-century house, with only eight guest rooms, is unparalleled in design and comfort, owing to the loving care and attention of the owners. The pool deck is lined with hearty stone and brick; the painted walls of the foyer depict a fading, dusky scene; and gorgeous antiques are displayed throughout, completing the period feel in this hacienda that once belonged to a sugar baron. The attached La Copa wine bar and La Copa Cocina restaurant are open in the evening.

room

Rooms in this historic hacienda style lodging retain their traditional character, from antique wooden dressers, desks, and armoires to polished Saltillo tile floors and canopied four poster beds.

Roomy Garden Suites showcase separate living areas and private patios.

bathroom

Cool tile surfaces abound, on floors, countertops, and in the spacious walk-in showers.

lobby

The most distinctive features of the lobby are its original palm beam ceilings, and a mural by noted artist C.C. Zamora, painted in 1935 during the height of the Mexican Muralism Movement.

pool

The pool is set on a scenic stone terrace, lined with lounge chairs, and shaded by palm trees and other colorful flora.

dining

Chef Patrick “Patricio” Mullen’s eclectic bill of fare at La Copa Cocina, the on-site restaurant, includes platters featuring fresh local seafood, comfort food favorites like baby back ribs, and the ever-popular Chicken Nagoya, a Japanese style specialty dish.

Seating options range from the breezy garden patio to the intimate indoor Iguana Lounge.

drinking

La Copa, the bar just off the lobby, boasts beautiful old wooden fixtures and furnishings, as well as a wide array of wine and tequila tasting choices.

LOCATION

Getting Around

The inn is conveniently close to the pueblo mágico’s many downtown art galleries, as well boutique shops, bars and restaurants. Rental cars are a necessity for trips to local beaches, and to regional day trip destinations like Los Cabos and La Paz.

Restaurants

The downtown area is home to three superb courtyard dining spots: at the Italian eatery Café Santa Fe (2-minute walk to Calle Centenario); at traditional Mexican cuisine specialist Los Adobes de Todos Santos (5-minute walk to Calle Hidalgo); and at La Coronela, inside the Hotel California (5-minute walk to Calle Benito Juárez).

Bars

Mezcalería El Refugio (5-minute walk to Calle Álvaro Obregón) is the most notable new drinking establishment, acclaimed for its small batch mezcals.

WHY WE LIKE IT

Historic art and red brick architecture, antique furnishings, and a central downtown location are among the chief charms of this boutique inn. The building was originally constructed during the 1870s, during Todos Santos’ heyday as a regional sugarcane capital.

QUICK FACTS

Service
2 rooms, 6 suites
Breakfast Yes
Lunch No
Dinner Yes
Bar Yes
Cafe No
Room Service No
Pool
Complimentary
Free Parking
Yes

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 612-145–0040

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