The world’s weirdest hotels: Hotel Endemico Resguardo Silvestre, Mexico

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Twenty independent double rooms, called EcoLoft, lie on the slopes of the hills in Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Mexico. And make up the Hotel Endemico Resguardo Silvestre, which is characterized by an ecological spirit, and look for wooden boxes similar to those planted on stilts of iron poles.

Hotel Endemico Resguardo Silvestre

The hotel offers its guests a swimming pool, a restaurant and wine bar to enjoy a glass while watching the sunset over the valley, heated by a small fireplace in terracotta. The interior of the rooms, which measure about 20 square meters, seems to have nothing to envy to the most traditional hotel rooms, including toilets. The spirit and philosophy of architectural construction should aim at the bungalows for a luxury camping, glamping a kind of short.

Alternatively, if you prefer a more traditional, you can start exploring this popular wine region as a base to Villa del Valle, a colonial big house with swimming pool located on top of a hill dominated by a quasi-Mediterranean, full of olive trees, vines and lavender.

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