It is always wonder at the extravagance one sees in some hotels. While comfort is unquestionably important and sometimes we travel just for the hotels, surely the reason we pack our bags and venture into the world is to experience the new surroundings, rather than sit in a hotel room all day. Gracia Studios are encouraging guests at Endemico Resgurdo Silvestre to explore their temporary habitats, whilst at the same time giving them luxury.

Situated in the majestic Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico, this hotel consists of twenty cabins dotted across a hill in the Encuentro Guadalupe development, which also includes a winery and residential area. The driving principle behind this development was to impact the land as little as possible. As such, the cabins have been set on stilts of corten steel, to keep them off the ground and, so that in time, they blend into the environment. The rooms are a mere twenty square meters each, but with the breathtaking vistas who would want to stay cooped up indoors? What they lack in space they more than make up for in luxury. Each cabin has floor to ceiling windows so that you could appreciate the views from the moment you wake, and comes with an outdoor clay fireplace on a private terrace. On the site there is also a pool to make you feel like you’re lounging in a billabong, and a restaurant run by the Culinary Arts School of Tijuana.

Endemico Resguardo Silvestre is a luxurious natural retreat which keeps sleeping quarters small to enjoy the best living space out there, mother nature.