Hotel Escondido Surf Lodge in Mexico

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

Located in beautiful Oaxaca port town of Puerto Escondido, Hotel Escondido is a dreamy surf lodge just steps away from Mexico’s surfing mecca.

This boutique hotel was designed by architect Federico Rivera Rio, and was built specifically for those of you looking to escape the hectic daily grind. There are sixteen cottages scattered throughout the property, all of which feature your choice of a king or queen-sized bed along with a private pool. When you’re not looking to tackle the famous Mexican Pipeline, guests can enjoy the spa, 50-meter infinity pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and the highly recommended on-site restaurant. The hotel is located just 15 minutes away from Oaxaca’s bars and restaurants. Expect to spend anywhere from $270 to $395 for a room at this place.

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