Costa Azul, of course, means Blue Coast; at just 3 blocks from our beachfront boardwalk, it is a short stroll away from the breathtaking turquoise waters and waving palms that have dazzled La Paz’s visitors for centuries. But it also has a delightful hidden meaning: this exquisitely restored historic home is where renowned composer and beloved local hero Luis Peláez Manríquez lived and composed his famous song “Costa Azul”, which is the state song for Baja California Sur. Casa Costa Azul seamlessly blends contemporary flair with charming antique finishes that will leave you enchanted. Its location in the very center of the heart of La Paz can’t be beaten; we especially recommend the one-block walk to our charming Jardín Velasco, a cathedral plaza where La Paz’s artisans and farmers gather twice a week for the Organic Market. Or stay home and relax in the courtyard soaking tub, lounge on the front porch to watch the neighbors strolling by, and admire the stunning handmade décor adorning your walls.
No matter what you decide to do with your time here, we know you’ll take delight in the lovely Casa Costa Azul. Casa Costa Azul seamlessly blends contemporary flair with all the enchanting antique style of the original structure, and at just 3 blocks from the beachfront malecón (boardwalk), it is a short stroll to the breathtaking turquoise waters and waving palms that inspired its namesake.