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View from hills above Hotel San Cristobal


Named in honor of Saint Christopher, patron of travelers, surfers, sailors and protector during long journeys, Hotel San Cristóbal sits on the beach on the southwestern edge of the Baja peninsula in Todos Santos, Mexico. Positioned along the Tropic of Cancer and framed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountains, Punta Lobos, and the Pacific Ocean, there is something about the quality of light here in this convergence of nature. It is a stop on the open road of Gray and Humpback whale migration and home to the stoic giant, the cardon cactus, as well as over 150 species of birds.

Local fishermen launch their small panga boats daily from the beach next to the hotel to harvest the sea’s bounty, and surprisingly abundant agriculture grows nearby. The cycles of the days and seasons, the sunrises, sunsets and tides, and the majesty of the night sky are the greatest amenities the hotel has to offer.

Hotel San Cristóbal consists of 32 rooms and suites situated around a central pool and lounge that were beautifully designed by architects Lake | Flato to complement the beauty of the surrounding nature. The intimate property is home to a restaurant and bar, as well as a library, a seaside mirador, and a small retail shop. Hotel San Cristobal requires a 2 night minimum for bookings and welcomes guests ages 12 and over. The hotel has several spaces for celebrations and weddings from La Capilla, the hotel’s beautiful chapel and event hall, to the ruins of an antique abalone cannery at the east end of the property.

Contact us with questions by calling 1-855-227-1535.

Pool bar at night
A row of cacti alongside a white building
A green wall with shelving and a fireplace
A row of plants and cacti against a white wall at sunset
Aerial view of waves crashing on a beach
View of pool area at dusk
View through doorway of outdoor chapel area
Outdoor seating area with fireplace
Landscape around Hotel San Cristobal at sunset
The chapel at Hotel San Cristobal
Seating area against a wall of green tiles
Two double beds with an ocean view