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Recent Todos Santos reviews

  • Baja Comfort for a Crowd

    "I almost feel guilty writing a review because I'd love to keep this hidden gem away from masses. If you're looking for a spread to comfortably accommodate a large party, you'll be hard pressed to find a better alternative. The hacienda is safely situated several minutes from town and within walking distance to the beach. The kitchen is well-stocked, and all rooms induce peaceful sleep; however, the real treat is the backyard, which will make Hollywood's A-listers envious. Salud!"
    Guest: Andre D. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 28, 2016
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  • Casa Dia was a wonderful Vacation

    "We stayed at Casa Dia for four nights we loved every day that we stayed there the house is well thought out we loved the neighborhood and Todos Santos is a unique town I dont know why anyone would want to stay in a hotel after staying in a place like this. Thanks for the stay"
    Guest: Phillip P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 23, 2016
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  • PERFECTION

    "Perfect place, studio provided everything needed. Enjoyed the views from the outside patio and the atmosphere of Todos Santos."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 1, 2016
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  • perfect birthday presence

    "My friends and I just got back from celebrating a pair of birthdays during a magical week in the lovely Casa de los Abuellos. With its two full bathrooms, the casita is perfect for two couples or a family. We cooked many meals in the shared kitchen with fresh groceries from the nearby stores and farmer's stand, which even had fresh chicken and eggs! The four-legged Cody, Diana and Apolo are an adoring and constant presence. If not for them, we wouldn't have discovered the enormous roof deck on which we fell asleep most nights under a star-filled sky. The small pool is soothingly warm by late morning. The walk into town is pleasant and full of interesting sights; you can break it up with a stop at La Esquina. Hugo is dependably sweet and very helpful. While we never did meet Anjelica while we were there, we certainly felt her presence in the casa's impressive cleanliness. There are things to be aware of (though these are far from a complaint): this is rustic living, and as such, there's a limited supply of potable water. Be prepared to buy water, or bring your own purifier to cut down on the plastic. The horses are gone, and the nearest beach is impossible to swim in, but the waves are savagely beautiful. If you're finding your way for the first time, just follow the signs for Sole Caliente; you'll see the Rancho on your left. When you get there, it's too easy to just want to hang around the rancho staring at the hooded orioles and magnificent frigatebirds. Bring binoculars. Bring watercolors. Bring your best camera. And leave your stress behind."
    Guest: Myrna C. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 19, 2016
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