Posts Categorized: Accommodations

Mexicali’s Hotel Lucerna

Lucerna Mexicali

There’s plenty to do in Mexicali these days, with a veritable craft beer scene, the unique Mexican Chinese cuisine, and tours exploring the underground basements of La Chinesca—the largest Chinatown in Mexico. With wide streets and a comparatively laidback pace of life, Mexicali is a friendly and agreeable city that is slowly becoming a destination… Read more »

Dollar Deals

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By Graham Mackintosh For many years, heading down Highway 1, a typical first night in Baja for me meant camping in the peace and quiet of the desert around Cataviña. Leaving San Diego by mid-morning I would usually be there and setup by nightfall. Sometimes I’d sleep in a tent; other times in my vehicle…. Read more »

La Bohemia Baja Hotel Pequeño

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By Jennifer Kramer It’s no secret that Todos Santos is one of the chicest destinations on the Baja peninsula. Since ex-pat artists discovered the colonial town on the West Cape in the 1980s, Todos Santos has always had an implicit sophistication that eludes other parts of the peninsula. Embodying that bohemian essence and a true… Read more »

Las Cabañas de Loreto

If you’re looking to experience a little slice of Baja paradise, Las Cabañas de Loreto (in Loreto, Baja California Sur) is a wonderful spot for a quick long weekend or a full two-week vacation. It provides all the comforts of home mixed with the special wonders of being on vacation. The property is like a… Read more »

Cabañas CuatroCuatros

CuatroCuatros

By Caitlin Trimble Photos by Antonio Flores During the last week of October, I spent the weekend at Cabañas CuatroCuatros. Located eight miles away from Ensenada and 18 miles from the Guadalupe Valley, this concept resort is easily viewable from the road and stands out for its circular shaped vineyards, dotted with wooden sailboats used… Read more »