Modern Eco-Friendly Hotel

September 10, 2012 at 1:01 pm | Posted in architecture, California, design, modernism | 2 Comments
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The true “glamping” experience is having your own personal bungalow perched on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, about two hours south of San Diego. Hotel Endemico was designed by Jorge Garcia as a luxury campsite. There are a total of 20 cabins, each built on stilts to minimize its impact on the land. You’ll have your own private fireplace and lavatory in a 20sqft space that overlooks wine country. There’s a gloriously dreamy pool, hot tub, and restaurant on site. No need to go anywhere, just relax in the peaceful company of a crackling fireplace or if you want to be more structured, take a cooking or wine making class. The choice is yours.

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  1. very cool, but don’t get drunk and walk off the edge of that patio! lol

  2. HA, good call Chad. :)


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