Twenty luxury eco cabins cling to the parched ochre mountainside with views across the dramatic Valle de Gaudalupe in Mexico’s Baja California.
Designed by Gracia Studio, the mini eco cabins at Habita’s Hotel Endémico Resguardo Silvestre, feel almost otherworldly, as they appear to be almost crawling across the vast lunar-like landscape.
Built on stilts to minimise their impact on the environment, the eco lofts are made from wood and steel in order to blend into the landscape around.
The interiors provide a sharp contrast to the outside - rustic and natural tones with crisp sleek dark lines and stark whites, blacks and charcoals. With minimalistic and chic designs the cabins feature their own en suite bathrooms, private terraces and clay fire pits.
Guests can also enjoy soaking in the communal pool and hot tub, sunken into the hillside and provide spectacular views over the valley.
And if you think there’s nothing to do up here but relax, (although that is the beauty of it) then you can enjoy a spot of wine tasting at the winery in the valley below.
Guests can also embrace their eco experience further by dining on slow food from the Culinary Arts School of Tijuana.
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