Beautiful boutique property in the heart of Todos. We arrived early and were offered a variety of rooms - all beautifully appointed. We choose an upgrade as it had two lovely patios, but unfortunately it we could hear the traffic in the early morning. The host that welcomed us - Eric - turned out to the be famous mixologist and we had a wonderful evening. He created a variety of tasty drinks in the beautiful bar. The next morning we had a very peaceful breakfast on the outdoor patio. Highly recommend this property - excellent Covid Practices in place so nothing to fear.
Ended up staying 1 night, as we went up to see the Sea Turtle release nearby. We were fortunate to get the last room available.Free street parking out front and very welcoming staff. Our room was a simple layout;bed, desk, dresser, private bathroom with shower. The bed was equipped with a mosquito net, but for the time of year we were there, it was not needed. the grounds are beautiful and serene. a small pool just off the courtyard offered a nice break from the heat. there is a cocktail bar on sight that serves up amazingly crafted cocktails; classic cocktails and modern twists on the classics as well. Todos Santos is a very lovely town with wonderful restaurants. I wish i would have stayed a couple days.
There are only 8 rooms, exquisitely beautiful bar, quaint and cozy outdoor dining area, intimate salt water pool area with lounge chairs, and immaculate rooms. My only criticism is that the back of the rooms are right on the sidewalk and street so opening your window is either not private or could be noisy if it were a busy season. But I was there in January and it proved to be a perfect little quiet retreat. I loved it.
The Todos Santos Inn is one of the most charming buildings in town. I stayed in a Garden Suite (room 3) which is quite spacious and included a separate living room and a small patio. The bedroom is up two steps from the living room, and open to it. The suite is dark and has stone floors, which keeps it quite cool naturally. The bathroom has a shower but no tub. On the first day, there was no hot water. Staff quickly remedied the problem, which was due to the pilot light going out on the hot water heater. The staff were friendly and helpful, and housekeeping was wonderful. The small pool area wasn’t used by anyone else when I was there. It is a peaceful oasis. Garden Suite 3 is just steps from the restaurant and on the side of the hotel that borders a very busy street. You will hear the joys of happy diners, fussy babies, and background music from the opening of the restaurant until it closes. Typically things are quiet starting at 10:00 PM. Truck and car traffic starts early in the morning, so be prepared to wake early. One of my criterion for a great hotel is the ability to enjoy quiet. Based on other reviews, the suites in other parts of the hotel are likely more quiet, so you might want to request one of those. The rooms are located on a side street, with windows opening to the street. People do walk by the windows, which is something to keep in mind if you want privacy.…
Lovely old inn. The entry doors and walls have gunshot holes in them from the Revolution! Eight beautiful rooms with great beds and white mosquito netting which really isn’t needed. My room has a gorgeous bathroom with sunken tub. Great breakfasts from yogurt and fruit, to huecos rancheros, to pancakes. Staff is very nice. Right near the main street (2 blocks) Nice small pool. Recommend highly.