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Hotel Casa Tota

This little hotel offers the best value for the money, and an environment that manages to be authentic, tasteful, and fun, all at the same time. The staff is helpful and friendly. Comfortable beds, high end bathroom products, an enchanting rooftop bar that really allows you to enjoy the town of Todos Santos, and the evening sunset, make this a place you will keep coming back to.

Let us help plan your stay – with our insider knowledge of the area we can maximize your time and money. Want to swim in a natural hot spring? Eat delicious wood fired pizza by a piano museum, hike to a high altitude dry lake bed, take a surf lesson or an overnight surf surfari? Mountain biking, snorkeling, diving, sport fishing, horseback riding, hiking, whale watching – we can help make it happen. Want to plan a dream week with a dozen friends? We can help! Tell us your dreams, and we’ll work at making it a reality.

Hotel Casa Tota is a 15 room boutique hotel offering four styles of rooms – The Deluxe Kings, The Kings, The Queens and The Doubles. They offer outstanding value, thoughtful features, and warm and attentive service. Your stay will be comfortable and wonderful, like a visit at friend’s house (without the shared bathroom housing a litter box! ) All of Hotel Casa Tota’s rooms feature air conditioners, ceiling fans, desks, platform beds, plasma tv’s with cable, room service, original art and wireless internet and are accessed through the staffed lobby and open to the oasis-like courtyard pool.

 


The King Deluxes – largest rooms $124 USD

The Kings – King Bed. $108 USD

The Queens – Queen Bed. $108 USD

The Standard King – $108 USD

The Double Rooms – $108 USD (10 USD each for a third and fourth person)

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  • Free WiFi

  • Internet

  • Pool/Jacuzzi

  • Restaurant

The Tota Package in Central Todos

Rating: 4/5 
Joshua Lurie
Reviewed: May 16, 2012

For a town with such an artsy, bohemian vibe, hotelier Miguel Ochoa’s modern establishment sure stands out in Todos Santos. Brick and mottled stucco walls front the former home to the Salgado family. Modern amenities in the three-story structure include a gorgeous courtyard pool surrounded by an inviting wood deck, an umbrella-lined patio on the roof, and an elevated indoor-outdoor café called La Santena that overlooks the historic town. Rooms are fairly minimal, with stucco walls, floors and bed rests, and an unexpected touch of technology: an oversized flat screen TV. Of course there are still some fun artistic flourishes on-site, including a colorful, compartmentalized portrait of a wild-haired man in the foyer.

This review was submitted by Joshua Lurie, a writer from Los Angeles. Joshua has participated in the Baja.com Scribes program, a program designed to encourage writers to create original content about Baja California. Baja Scribes may receive food, lodging or payment, but they are encouraged to submit their own opinions on this site, which may not reflect the views or opinions of Baja.com. Joshua’s website documenting his travels can be found here.

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Proudly Modest

Rating: 5/5 
Lisa
Reviewed: April 10, 2012

They describe themselves as "Proudly Modest" which is a perfect description of this clean, well-located, highly affordable, and very hip little gem in downtown Todos Santos. The rooms are simple, clean and comfortable, courtyard style, opening out to their lovely pool, with access to rooftop lounges and a hot tub. The bar is a happening scene, but rarely loud and rowdy. And their on-site restaurant, La Santena, serves an awesome breakfast (benedicts rock!), great lunches (the burritos are like no one else's), and authentic Mexican fare, with flair, for dinner!

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Todos Treasure

Rating: 5/5 
Colleen Friesen
Reviewed: April 3, 2012

Loved this funky and friendly little hotel. Great location and an inner-oasis pool that reminded me of old-school Palm Springs. Reusable stoppered glass bottles for complimentary water was a nice touch. (Why do so many supposedly high-end hotels insist on charging a fortune for plastic bottles of water and WiFi?)

Casa Tota gets it. Free water and free WiFi. Did I mention the to-die-for breakfast?? This place is a great way to get into the vibe of Todos Santos. Highly recommended.

This review was submitted by Colleen Friesen, a freelance travel writer from Vancouver. Colleen has participated in the Baja.com Scribes program, a program designed to encourage writers to create original content about Baja California. Baja Scribes may receive food, lodging or payment, but they are encouraged to submit their own opinions on this site, which may not reflect the views or opinions of Baja.com. Colleen's blog documenting her travels can be found here

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