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Hotel San Cristóbal: A Hipster Haven in Todos Santos, Mexico

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Hotel San Cristóbal: A Hipster Haven in Todos Santos, Mexico

June 7, 2017

New from Liz Lambert—the celebrated hotelier behind the Hotel San José and Hotel Saint Cecilia, in Austin, and El Cosmico, in Marfa—is Hotel San Cristóbal, in Todos Santos, Mexico, about an hour north of Cabo San Lucas. Lambert is known for her emphatically hip properties in equally trendy locales, and her latest is no exception. Guests in the 32-room hotel—Lambert’s first abroad—can start the day sipping smoothies and espresso before signing up for locally led wellness activities such as yoga or plant-harvesting classes surrounded by the ocean and mountains of the quaint 250-year-old fishing village of Todos Santos. The minimal and colorful interiors with locally made wares are designed by Lambert, while architecture is by longtime Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory members Lake/Flato.

Rates start at $285 a night. To book, visit Hotel San Cristóbal.

Photography by Nick Simonite, except where noted, and courtesy of Hotel San Cristóbal.

The ceramic pendant and wall lights in each room are custom made by hand in Mexico. The floors are stamped concrete.
Above: The ceramic pendant and wall lights in each room are custom made by hand in Mexico. The floors are stamped concrete.
The hotel uses Coco-Mat mattresses, made of coconut fiber, goose down, seaweed, horsehair, and other natural materials.
Above: The hotel uses Coco-Mat mattresses, made of coconut fiber, goose down, seaweed, horsehair, and other natural materials.
A handmade Guatemalan blanket covers 300-thread-count sheets by Sferra.
Above: A handmade Guatemalan blanket covers 300-thread-count sheets by Sferra.
Shutters open this indoor/outdoor shower, lined in encaustic cement tile from Amethyst Artisan, to views of Punta Lobos beach. Fixtures are from Waterworks, and toiletries are by Malin & Goetz.
Above: Shutters open this indoor/outdoor shower, lined in encaustic cement tile from Amethyst Artisan, to views of Punta Lobos beach. Fixtures are from Waterworks, and toiletries are by Malin & Goetz.
All rooms have full-height windows and indoor/outdoor elements, many with covered outdoor patios.
Above: All rooms have full-height windows and indoor/outdoor elements, many with covered outdoor patios.
A patio overlooking the pool with the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range beyond.
Above: A patio overlooking the pool with the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range beyond.
 Furniture is made by craftspeople in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Above: Furniture is made by craftspeople in Guadalajara, Mexico.
A pool, a library, and communal lounging spaces lie at the center of the estate, plus a Baja-Mediterranean restaurant. Photograph by Allison V. Smith.
Above: A pool, a library, and communal lounging spaces lie at the center of the estate, plus a Baja-Mediterranean restaurant. Photograph by Allison V. Smith.
The hotel is perched on the beach in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.
Above: The hotel is perched on the beach in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.

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