Hotel & Resort
Ubicado a lo largo del paraíso costero desértico de La Ventana, famoso por las mañanas de aguas tranquilas y los fuertes vientos de la tarde, un extraordinario resort frente al mar está tomando forma. Diseñado pensando en los vientos del norte de la zona, Todo Bien está dirigido tanto a los kiters como a los amantes de la tierra. En un acantilado bajo con vista a una playa prístina, disfrute de amaneceres llenos de color sobre el Mar de Cortés, vistas inigualables de la bahía e Isla Cerralvo, y puestas de sol detrás de las tranquilas montañas de Sierra Cacachila.
Dondequiera que mires, ¡las vistas son espectaculares!
Las comodidades del resort incluyen un acogedor bar y restaurante, piscina, jacuzzi, brasero, gran sala de estar palapa al aire libre para descansar y almacenamiento de equipo frente a la playa.
La playa frente a Todo Bien tiene un gran lanzamiento favorecido por varias de las mejores escuelas de kitesurf locales.
Ubicado en el corazón de La Ventana, Todo Bien Resort está a pocos pasos de varios restaurantes, cafeterías, tiendas y del fabuloso mercado de agricultores.
Opiniones de nuestros huespedes
The view from this beautiful property is spectacular!! The location is remote and serene! While I did not spend the night here I did visit and enjoy the immaculately clean pool which was the perfect temperature. I am very particular about hotels and the way this property is designed and furnished is FIRST CLASS! We had lunch here served by the friendly and gracious staff. The food was delicious!!! I was able to tour a room which I loved. The simplicity brought me peace and serenity at first glance. I was reminded of Santorini in Greece. The people that work here are so very friendly and kind and I can’t wait to go back to this place and stay a few nights when they are officially open. The snorkeling at the nearby island was fantastic. I saw a spotted eel, clown fish, puffer fish, parrot fish and others. The water was warm and clear as if I was in the Caribbean. Thank you Todo Bien. This place is NOT to be missed.
Amazing Hotel Todo Bien
You need to know I don’t travel much, but I would go back to Hotel Todo Bien any chance given!! The beautiful brand new hotel is perfect for a sea side vacation. The bed is comfy, the showers are large and perfect for after ocean swims. The staff are kind, helpful and accommodating. The views were spectacular & the owners have supplied extras for the beach, chairs, snorkeling equipment, kayaks & water boards. The pool & hot tub were of good use as well. So, if that’s not already enough, we had a full flavorful & filling breakfast each morning. The bar staff make some mean drinks and we loved the Pico & chips. Many of the group came for the foiling, the winds did not let them down! We also enjoyed the short walks to the local grocery, shops, restaurants and Thursday morning farmers market. We are hopeful to return in the near future. Loved everything about the Hotel and the area!! Can’t wait to see the Villas!!
A Treasure on the Sea of Cortez
I have been visiting La Ventana for over a decade and Hotel Todo Bien captures all the beauty and charm I have grown to love spending time in Baja. This gorgeous boutique hotel sits on an arroyo overlooking the Sea of Cortez. The beach is steps away. The rooms are spacious, with beautiful tile work, very comfortable beds (soft sheets, lush towels and great pillows!), and private bathrooms. All rooms have lovely terraces with stunning views. The hotel grounds are so lovely that at times it was hard to pick which spot to relax in! There are great outdoor couches under a gorgeous palapas to enjoy for an afternoon siesta, poolside lounge chairs, a gorgeous fire pit (perfect for a nite cap or tea while stargazing at the spectacular Baja sky), the open and airy bar and restaurant are a perfect spot for a delicious meal or top notch margarita. The two gorgeous pools and hot tubs are just right. Whether you are a kiter, paddler, wind urfer, mountain biker, runner or beach lover, you’ll enjoy the warm and luxurious vibe of this treasure on the Sea of Cortez.