New Dream Hotel in the works for Baja California, Mexico

A new Dream hotel, the first in Mexico, is under development in Baja California. Photo credit: Getty Images/DonFink

Dream Hotel Group revealed plans to debut its proprietary brand in Valle de Guadalupe in 2021. The hotel was signed with Baja California-based Cosmopolitan Group, and is the first Dream Hotel location signed in Mexico.

Designed by Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao and located on more than 35 acres of land in the Baja California region of Mexico, the boutique hotel will offer 61 guestrooms and villas, a spa and wellness concept and three dining and nightlife venues, including a private tasting room and pool bar.

“Cosmopolitan Group’s roots are based in Baja California and the company has intimate knowledge of the culture, as well as extensive knowledge and understanding of the market. They are innovators with a vision of creating something new, fresh and authentic to the region,” Jay Stein, CEO of Dream Hotel Group, said in a statement. “The area is Mexico’s food and wine destination, a perfect fit for Dream Hotels and its emphasis on world-class food-and-beverage experiences.”

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“We’re proud to bring the Dream Hotels brand to Valle de Guadalupe,” Isaac Saul president of the Cosmopolitan Group, said in a statement. “From the moment we started working together, it’s been a synergistic partnership focused on creating an inspiring vision of what Dream Hotels can bring to the region.”

“Dream Valle de Guadalupe is an exciting collaboration between some of the best minds in the hospitality industry. The region will offer guests an opportunity to immerse themselves in the food and wine culture and natural tranquility encompassing Valle de Guadalupe,” Ariel Sanett, VP of development at Dream Hotel Group, said in a statement."

Valle de Guadalupe is located less than two hours from San Diego in Baja California, Mexico. The boutique lifestyle hotel is located on the Ruta del Vino wine route, and will offer access to dozens of the region’s wineries.

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