Adventure travel meets modern design in this highly rated hotel that just hit the market in San José Del Cabo’s Art District.

The adjacent mezcal bar serves 20 different varieties of artisanal spirits from around the region, including Baja wines and Mexican microbrews.

The Drift San José is located in the laid-back resort town of San José del Cabo on the Southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. The owner purchased the building as an apartment complex in 2012 and transformed it into an eight-room boutique hotel complete with a pool, a roof deck, a food cart, and a popular mezcal bar—all of which are included in the listing for $2,600,000.

All of the rooms overlook a central courtyard filled with Palm trees.

All of the rooms overlook a central courtyard filled with Palm trees.

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The hotel is one block from the town’s main plaza and cathedral, and according to the write-up, it “makes the perfect base to dive Cabo Pulmo or surf Cerritos.” The owner worked with architect Pablo Torres-Trueba over several years to renovate the property into a clean-lined, modern retreat with a palette of concrete, wood, and steel.

A 270-square-foot guest room includes a poured concrete tub with a rainhead shower.

A 270-square-foot guest room includes a poured concrete tub with a rainhead shower.

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A floating concrete bench and inset wall niches adorn a 240-square-foot room.

A floating concrete bench and inset wall niches adorn a 240-square-foot room.

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See the full story on Dwell.com: Become a Hotelier in a Surfer’s Paradise With This Chic Boutique Property Asking $2.6M

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