Paradero Todos Santos in Mexico is all set to celebrate the introduction of 24 ultra-luxury residences, slated for launch in the summer of 2024. This expansion builds on the existing hotel facilities, catering specifically to family travel with a range of one to three-bedroom options. Each Residence is thoughtfully designed, featuring fully equipped kitchens complete with custom lava rock Oaxacan ovens, rooftop terraces that include jacuzzis, palo verde tree shrines, stargazing nets, and private pools on the ground floor.
Adding to the allure, the Paradero team has crafted a distinctive experience for guests of the Residences. This includes the “learning table,” which will provide family-oriented cooking classes, tastings, and specially curated catamaran outings under the “Paradero at the Sea” program.
Further enhancing the culinary journey, the Residences will introduce Cosimo, a new Italian restaurant drawing inspiration from the geography and produce of Puglia and Sicily, spotlighting local suppliers. To support family travel, the Residences will also offer facilities specifically designed for children and teenagers, all under the guidance of expert Paradero guides.
Paradero Todos Santos is a wellness-centric hotel situated on the Baja California Peninsula. Conceived by Ruben Valdez and Yashar Yektajo, the property boasts 41 suites, a destination restaurant, the Ojo de Agua spa, an open-air recreation area, and an infinity pool. These amenities are dispersed across the property’s five unique “ecosystems.”
The hotel experience is enriched by a variety of inclusive activities such as surfing lessons, guided hiking, mountain biking, farming tutorials, meditation, yoga, cooking classes, and more. For those keen to explore the Sea of Cortez, the hotel offers a special multi-night catamaran experience, “Paradero at the Sea.”
In addition, Paradero Todos Santos houses The Paradero Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to destination conservation. This foundation is actively involved in environmental preservation and regeneration, infrastructure development, educational initiatives, and affordable housing projects within the local community. It is supported by allocating two per cent of revenue from overnight stays to these vital efforts.
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