The Baja Club, a classic Mexican hacienda reborn as a colonial and modern marvel in historic downtown La Paz, is the gateway to a beachfront and phenomenal diving, kayaking, and other activities.

The 1910 Mission-style villa, the centerpiece of the Baja Club, is complemented by a new five-story addition with a rooftop spa and bar.
A massive double-leaf main entrance with amber glazing and wrought-iron ornamentation attests to the colonial-era details, as do the tall wrought-iron windows with decorative grilles. Red terrazzo floors and skirting, massive wooden beams and a rough stucco facade enhance the villa's character, while the L-shaped new addition frames a central courtyard that creates a series of peaceful terraces and gardens.

The home of famed Mexican architect Luis Barragán served as inspiration for the hotel's furniture and materials.
The villa's original high ceilings, wooden beams and chandelier add a colonial accent that is a common thread throughout the property. Striped fabrics remind guests of the ocean at their doorstep, while the Baja Club's color palette features the same greens and reds used in Mexican stoneware, antique metals and woods, and woven fabrics. Bathrooms are tiled in the style of a classic Mexican hacienda.


  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioner
  • Wifi / WLAN
  • Kitchen
  • TV / Satellite system
  • An outdoor kitchen, complemented by an existing pergola and lush vegetation, provides the perfect setting for a private dinner.
  • An inviting pool is located in an outdoor courtyard framed by preserved ancient stonework that surrounds the property.


Located on the waterfront of the historic center of La Paz in Baja California Sur, Baja Club offers easy access to restaurants, bars, parks and public art by Mexican and international artists. It is also ideal to enjoy beaches and natural landscapes through ecotourism, water activities and quiet walks.