Here's the facade that first drew us in.
Can you see how they mix a rustic Mexico charm with Zen-Japanese-minimalism? (Sorry to you designers out there that I'm sure have a more eloquent way to describe this look.)
A simple, yet stylish, entrance to a room.
Here's the inside of one of the rooms. They are all a bit different, but have the same style.
A nice seating area outside one of the rooms.
The bathrooms each get a different typed copy of a poem on a torn piece of paper. Nice touch.
If you order breakfast in your room, it comes in a pretty little box like this.
C-Man had lots of fun looking at the fish in these little ponds that are scattered about the property.
Beautiful shot of the little pool.
I highly recommend you get your morning coffee next door at Jo's. They have a nice collection of different chairs -- all look like they came from a cool flea market.
And because I know you want at least ONE chubby, grinning toddler shot, here's one of C-Man in front of the old orange Bronco that the owners of the hotel use to run errands around town. Isn't it cool?
One more thing. While there is amazing food everywhere you turn in this town, you simply must go to Las Manitas for breakfast. It's an institution. Have a cantaloupe agua fresca and some egg tacos for me, please. And be sure to take pictures.