Check In: Todos Santos Inn

Todos Santos, Mexico
06.20.2011 | by: Meghan

Interiors, lifestyle and architecture photographer (The New York Times, Dwell, LA Times) and blogger Laure Joliet recently made a trip to Todos Santos to visit her dad’s new house, designed by LA architect Hervé Daridan. It’s a stunner of a place–all clean lines, streaming light and creamy, smooth concrete. While she was there, she made a stop at the markedly different Todos Santos Inn for dinner and a cocktail at sunset and was instantly captivated by the grand old hacienda from the 19th century, full of magnificent, well-worn charm and  period antiques.  Built by a sugar baron in the 1800s, the inn is one of the oldest buildings in town. “[It’s] been totally restored as a historic inn and stands as an incredible contrast to my dad’s house,” says Laure. “I fell in love with the high, beamed ceilings, colonial-style brick, tile floors, Spanish fixtures and, of course, the crumbling mural in the entry.”

[Photos by Laure Joliet]

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2 Comments on “Check In: Todos Santos Inn”

  1. The Inn is absolutely beautiful!! Just gorgeous……. I look forward to your entries, it’s like a vacation without leaving home..

     

  2. Wow, what a great place!

     

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