The Todos Santos Inn

The original Hacienda was built in 1872 and run as a sugar cane plantation until it was converted into a hotel in the 1990’s. This boutique hotel enjoys privacy in the heart of town. There are 8 suites total for a micro boutique hotel experience. The Copa Bar is magnificent with a wide range of infused liquors: mezcal, bourbon, rum, gin, vodka and tequila with a diffuse use of fruits, herbs and spices. 


Their well versed bar menu has both classic and modern mixology. The old style ambiance is heightened by the dark woods, classic old movies playing continuously, overstuffed leather chairs along with comfy bar stools, art work and antique chandeliers. An experience not to be missed and repeated.

The Todos Santos Inn offer three style suites from standard, junior suites with tubs up to their larger pool suites with living room areas and private verandas. This oasis in the heart of the historic zone enjoys lush gardens, flowering plants and mature palms. The pool area invites with as private tropical feeling oasis, comfortable year around.

Serving a complimentary breakfast, fantastic Mexican lunch and an amazing modern dinner menu. We were blown away with their 9 course tasting dinner menu.

We Enjoyed These Selections:

1st course Cesar Salad2nd Lengua Taco3rd Pork Pilbil Sope4th Short Rib Hibiscus Orange glaze with veggies on mashedpotato bed (OMG, especially amazing, but they all were!)5th Ashen Fish6th Pink Mole Duck7th Vacio Steak with salad

We enjoyed 2 desserts:8th Corn Bread with jitomate9th Flan with strawberry with cappuccino and American coffee

So if you prefer a quiet boutique hotel experience in the heart of Todos Santos, let us recommend The Todos Santos Inn. One of Mexico’s Finest Boutique Hotels. Room rates start at only $125/$145. to $195./$225. USD depending on season. These are very reasonable considering the mix of history, privacy and location. Garden suites were built in 1999. Located only two blocks from the town square where there are multiple world class festivals occurring year round.

As of ’19, Jose Trejo is the new Director, making sure your needs are met!

Mixologist from Mexico City is Erick who studied Cocktail Certification at “Bar Escuela”, Mexico City. Artisanal Beer Producer, Certified, Mexico City. Mixology Certification, Mexico City.

Professionally trained chef is Hector Vazquez, who studied at Instituto de Arte Culinario Coronado, Estado de México or Mexico City.

This hotel is for sale, see details here:,12

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