Funky new villa and hotel openings in Baja California

A vibrant beachside resort and a wholesome holistic retreat arrive in the Mexican peninsula

The view of the ocean from a villa at Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, in Mexico’s Baja California
The view of the ocean from a villa at Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, in Mexico’s Baja California

A similar marriage of sleek design and wild landscape characterises Mexico’s Baja California, that poetic, spectacular convergence of ocean and desert with killer surf breaks and even better tacos. New from Auberge Resorts is Chileno Bay Resort & Residences (chilenobayresort.com; from $775), whose vibrant, indoor-outdoor suites and multi-bedroom villas cling to bluffs and a blinding white beach that’s swimmable year-round (rarely the case down here, with the Pacific’s capricious currents and thunderous shore breaks). Just south of Todos Santos, meanwhile, Texas’s funky and forward-thinking Bunkhouse Group is about to open the doors of the Hotel San Cristóbal (tressantosbaja.com; from $250), part of the ambitiously holistic Tres Santos development of residences, restaurants and cultural venues that hopes to present a wholesome farm-to-table alternative to the glitz of San José del Cabo.

Hotel San Cristóbal in Mexico offers a wholesome farm-to-table ethos
Hotel San Cristóbal in Mexico offers a wholesome farm-to-table ethos
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