In recent years, Los Cabos has established itself as one of the most luxurious destinations in Mexico, thanks to its stunning all-inclusive resorts.
Every year, new hotel corporations notice Los Cabos’ potential and build new state-of-the-art properties to attract more tourists to this charming place.
But while companies such as Hyatt and Four Seasons are now in the process of opening new resorts in the municipality, other well-established resorts are constantly trying to improve their amenities with regular upgrades.
This is the case of Hotel San Cristóbal Baja, located in the charming town of Todos Santos, roughly 47 miles north of Cabo San Lucas.
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This popular property by the Bunkhouse Hotels has recently launched Cosecha, a farm-to-table restaurant together with new luxurious suits. So, let’s dive into it and discover what’s new at Hotel San Cristóbal Baja.
An exciting upgrade
Talking about the new upgrade, Thelma Esquitín, the hotel’s general manager announced: “Hotel San Cristóbal has always been a culinary destination and a beautiful place for our guests to relax and unwind, surrounded by the beach and mountains. (…) Cosecha, which translates to ‘harvest,’ elevates our ever-providing Earth and our role as caretaker in this thriving ecosystem, especially that of Todos Santos.”
According to her, the restaurant sources roughly 45% of its ingredients from the hotel’s lush garden.
Cosecha’s menu includes a variety of dishes for all tastes, including light salads, freshly caught whole-cooked fish, and traditional corn esquites. A vast selection of local and regional wine is also available as well as a cocktail menu featuring herbs and infusions sourced from the hotel’s garden.
The farm-to-table concept is also reflected in the restaurant’s design which celebrates the laid-back lifestyle of Baja California Sur.
With plant-framed pathways, rustic wooden tables, and chairs with woven palm backing, people deciding to dine here will be welcomed by a natural-rustic vibe.
Apart from the new farm-to-table restaurant, Hotel San Cristóbal Baja has also just launched a new room category. Six of the 32 rooms in the property now have a private saltwater plunge pool with stunning ocean views which, according to Thelma Esquitín provides a “more elevated stay option for those seeking a truly intimate, tranquil escape.”
Todos Santos activities
Tourists wanting to try Cosecha’s food or interested in booking one of the new suites at Hotel San Cristóbal Baja may now be wondering what Todos Santos has to offer.
The answer is plenty of activities for all tourist types without the massive crowds typical of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.
The small town of Todos Santos has a population of roughly 7,000 inhabitants, making this the perfect place for those who want to truly experience the laid-back lifestyle typical of the people living here.
Tourists can start their visit with a leisure stroll in Todos Santos historical center which in 2006 has been designated a Pueblo Mágico, literally translated as a Magical Town.
The streets of the town’s center are popular for their ancient haciendas, large properties, perfect for a unique Instagram picture. Visitors often enjoy their afternoons here strolling through Todos Santos historical center, shopping in one of its souvenir shops, and embracing the chill vibe typical of this town.
Apart from the historical center, Todos Santos is considered one of the best surfing destinations in the municipality of Los Cabos, especially thanks to its Playa Cerritos where surfers can master their technique.
Hikers can head to Punta Lobos, a local hill that tourists often hike to get the best view over the town. The trail is not very clean and sometimes people may have a hard time finding the path to follow to reach the top but, once at the peak, the view will be worth all the effort.
Lastly, Todos Santos is a great area to spot whales. While gray whales can be spotted from January to March, humpback whales can often be seen from October through January and then again in April.
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