Accommodation with individuality at the Hotelito
Uniquely located in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur
When I designed and built The Hotelito, I had a very clear vision of what I wanted. Something unique and colorful; a mini homage to my much admired and beloved Mexican architects Barragan and Legoretto. More than anything I wanted each little casita to have space and privacy, so I built each one as a stand-alone house. A private tiny world for each guest to call home.
Apart from placing in each of the four rooms at least one piece of serious design furniture that had been part of my personal collection gathered over the past 30 years, my one major extravagance was to purchase the most expensive beds I could find, which I had shipped down from the States. And then of course I had to ship over some English bed linens…then we had to have down and feather pillows too (although we do keep hypo allergenic pillows).
Please take some time to look at the rooms in more detail using the links below and I’d be delighted to answer any specific questions you may have about them.
Inspired by the original panels of 60’s Marimekko fabric on the walls there is also a limited edition print by renowned artist Steve Miller in the room. Two exquisite Lucite 1960's chairs, bought at auction at Phillips de Pury in London, compliment the decor. Dimension of room is 156 sq. feet plus bathroom and terraces.
The favored color of many of Legoretto’s buildings, the Casa Rosa has it’s own private and secluded garden as well as a shaded terrace. California king bed with romantic tented, large, colored mosquito net.
The private terrace looks out over the oasis towards the town. The room is well named Verde indeed. There is a queen bed and an extra long twin with an en suite shower room. A private and secluded terrace is included with seating area with sofa and table and chairs, loungers and hammock.
One of my favorite colors! Has it’s own private and secluded garden as well as a shaded terrace. California King bed with romantic tented large round Mosquito net. The glass engraved bedside table is by a London master craftsman and was commissioned as an original piece for an Art Show.