3 Boutique Hotels in Baja California’s Wine Country, Valle de Guadalupe

Valle de Guadalupe is Mexico’s equivalent to Napa Valley. Less than two hours from San Diego and the US/Mexico border, in the state of Baja California, Valle de Guadalupe is famous for its boutique hotels, prolific vineyards, and fine-dining establishments led by illustrious chefs. Below, we’ve highlighted three hotels to stay at when visiting Baja California’s wine country👇

1️⃣ Have you ever slept in a bubble? Well, if you haven’t, Campera Hotel (@camperahotel) in Valle de Guadalupe can make that happen. When staying here, guests sleep in a transparent bubble with luxe furnishings — lying flat on the bed and looking up, they can stargaze at the constellations, which are unaltered by light pollution, a result of the area’s bucolic setting. Wine lovers will revel being surrounded by an on-site vineyard, which presents the opportunity for wine tasting — best done at house restaurant, Doce @ Campera Hotel.

2️⃣ Calling all discerning glampers: Casa Misiones (@casamisiones) needs to be the next place on your list. With only four spacious, high-pitched tents, the accommodations are intimate and the perfect place for a socially distant glamping experience. The hotel is a great option for plant enthusiasts as well — the owners harnessed in on keeping the indigenous landscape; in fact, they have added to it with over 1,000 native plants, including rosemary, lavender, olives, mesquites, and cacti.

3️⃣ Encuentro Guadalupe (@encuentro_gpe) is a hotel carved into rolling hills, offering 22 guest rooms with private terraces, that overlook miles and miles of vineyards. Led by Chef Omar Valenzuela, house restaurant, Origen, boasts a treasure trove of dishes that celebrate Baja California’s rich ingredients and cuisine. The house vineyard produces Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Nebbiolo, among others — guests can try them all with daily wine tastings.

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