Men´s Journal, the All American monthly men’s lifestyle magazine, published a La Paz, Mexico travel guide on February 2020. In this article, Guaycura Boutique Hotel Beach Club & Spa is presented as “the obvious hotel” in Todos Santos for its “warm hospitality, rooftop views (and pool, and dining), onsite spa, and cozy-as-ever Mexican-decored rooms”.
Moreover, one of the largest circulating outdoor recreation magazines in the United States illustrated the article with an image of El Mirador Oceanview Restaurant, along with the following advice: “Try to beat the sunset, if you can, for panoramic views.”
For those who enjoy the beach, El Faro Beach Club & Spa was also recommended as “a great spot to pass some hours by day”.
Please read the article to learn more about La Paz and the “magical town” of Todos Santos. And above all, if you want to stay at one of our 14 “cozy-as-ever Mexican-decored rooms”, please contact us to make a reservation.
“Where to Stay
“The 4-star Hotel Catedral is in the heart of the humble city center, adjacent to (you guessed it), the main cathedral. It’s a few minutes’ walk to anywhere in the very-safe center, and the hotel has a rooftop pool and bar if you require R&R. These accommodations are humble, but the breakfast is tasty, the location unbeatable, and it’s all you need for your two or three nights in the city. You’ll start by spending one or two in Todos Santos (pictured above), wherein the obvious hotel is Guaycura Hotel, for its warm hospitality, rooftop views (and pool, and dining), onsite spa, and cozy-as-ever Mexican-decored rooms.
“Day 1: Overnight in Todos Santos
“[…] In the evening, get yourself up the hill at the edge of town (in a car, don’t hike it), to El Mirador. Try to beat the sunset, if you can, for panoramic views. This is a great spot to pass some hours by day too, at the neighboring El Faro Beach Club and Spa. Both are owned by the same team at Guaycura Hotel, which was recommended for your Todos Santos accommodations above.”
Read the full article: https://www.mensjournal.com/travel/la-paz-mexico-4-day-travel-guide/