Paradero Todos Santos

Paradero has broken from convention to imagine spaces that inspire and astonish, paving the way for sensory experiences like no other.

Images courtesy of Paradero, Aleph Alighieri, César Béjar

Paradero has broken from convention to imagine spaces that inspire and astonish, paving the way for sensory experiences like no other.

Designed by Mexican-Swiss architecture firm Yektajo Valdez and Huber, the place was built to reflect and revitalize, with sanctuary-like interiors that flow into contemplative outdoor seating areas and cactus-studded desert and farmland. At Paradero, the extraordinary guest experiences go hand-in-hand with sustainability, community development, and conservation. By immersing guests in nature, they instill reverence towards the land. By employing local hands, Paradero absorbs generations worth of knowledge and storytelling. And by channeling simplicity through design, they advance the good-for-the-earth philosophy that less is more.

The Details

What makes it Kobu

Guests are encouraged to inhabit the community, partaking in unique experiences that are aligned with the culture, values, and heritage of Mexico. Paradero philosophy entails having the full support of our community and providing meaningful employment and growth opportunities. It’s for this reason that they actively sought out our community’s input, permission, and enthusiasm in our project. The majority of produce and food products are sourced locally.
From the beginning, they’ve adopted an intuitive approach to sustainability. In addition, Paradero deliberately chose a plot of land that was previously farmed (though had not been cultivated for many years) so as to do no further harm to the environment, leaving more of our beloved Baja untouched. Next, they partnered with a multi-talented team of architects, interior & landscape designers to incorporate sustainability into every physical aspect of the project.

Directions

Los Cabos International Airport (SJD)

1 hr 15 min by car

The Destination

Mexico

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