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Todos Santos Inn

Todos Santos, Baja California Sur

The Inn is located in the historic centre of Todos Santos, on the Pacific side of the Baja peninsula, about 60km north of Los Cabos. The town lies directly on the Tropic of Cancer (the northern edge of the tropics), in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna mountains.

By Air
La Paz (100km away) is the nearest airport but it only has limited flights from Mexico City and occasional links from the US. You'll find more choice at Los Cabos airport. Click on the links below for a list of airlines serving these airports.

By Car
La Paz is a 1-hour drive away and Los Cabos 2 hours. Taxis are available at both airports, and there's a bus service (see below), but for greater flexibility once in Todos Santos, we recommend hiring a car - see our car rental recommendations. Parking is available on the street outside the hotel.

By Bus
If you don't want to rent a car there are regular bus services from La Paz, San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos. The Fridasa and Las Aguilas bus lines run north and south almost every hour. You can take a shuttle or a taxi from the airports to the bus depots.

Directions will be provided with a confirmed booking.

More on getting to Mexico and getting around


  • La Paz General Manuel Márquez De León International 100.0km LAP
  • Los Cabos International 130.0km SJD


  • beach: 5.0 km
  • shop: 0.1 km
  • restaurant: 0.1 km
Save to favouritesPrintMailTodos Santos InnTodos Santos residents still recall the day the regional governor hired a plane to scatter flowers into what is now the courtyard of the Todos Santos Inn, attempting to woo its resident beauty. It still remains a romantic oasis in this artists' community, a 90-minute drive north of commercialized Los Cabos. Built as the home of a sugar baron in 1872, the brick hacienda has been sensitively converted into a charming small inn, now owned by Los Angeles expat John Stoltzfus. The 8 [r:MX044:suites and rooms], with Spanish colonial-style beamed ceilings, hand-carved furniture, terracotta tiles and indulgent four-poster beds, surround a garden-patio lush with traveller’s palms, hibiscus and birds of paradise. Full of history, it whispers its stories in burbling courtyard fountains - interweaving them with evidence of the town’s evolution, from the faded mural of fisherman pulling their pangas onto the beach (as they still do at Punta Lobos), to its renowned bar and the upscale art gallery next door.

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