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What people have been saying about Drift.
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Conde Nast

“The design draws on a mix of the region’s numerous influences—mid-century modern, Spanish Colonial Revival, Moorish modern—paying homage to each, which feels refreshing in a town that can lean a little heavily on its mid-century roots.”
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Travel + Leisure

“Easily the trendiest hotel in the neighborhood, where you’ll find plenty of art galleries and studios, plus restaurants, bars, and cafés.”
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“Seamlessly blends its interior and exterior elements to create an integrated flow throughout the property that captures the beauty of Baja California Sur.”
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Design Milk

“The intimate property is a contrast among the larger resorts found throughout the area.”
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Good Housekeeping

“Located on a car-free promenade with floor-to-ceiling windows where natural light and coastal breezes abound.”
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“Natural light and the coastal breeze bring to life raw materials such as oak, concrete and brass, together with opening up the spaces to the both the bustle of State Street and the views of the Santa Ynez Mountains.”
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“A boutique property conveniently located near some of the town’s top restaurants.”
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“Drift Santa Barbara takes its design inspiration from vintage surf culture and has a Mexican-themed craft bar.”
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LA Weekly

“A trendy ‘tech-driven’ hotel with properties in Cabo, Mexico and Nashville.”
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Coastal Living

“Twenty-nine guest rooms crafted in serene concrete minimalism surround a palm-, pool-, and bar-blessed courtyard in the midst of the burgeoning arts district of the historic downtown.”
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Luxury Travel Magazine

“The tech-driven, affordable, contemporary hotel is aimed at the millennial market, with contactless check-in and perks.”
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Hotels Above Par

“Minimalist-designed spaces with locally sourced decor from the Baja peninsula provide the perfect hideout from the bustling Gallery District of San Jose Del Cabo.”