And now, for the room: usually the most important part of any stay! The casita-style accommodation was and intimate, sealing the deal when it came to tranquility and repose. A generously-sized private terrace allowed recline on its loungers, or a space for work, thanks to its ample-sized round table and chairs. The rooms certainly rivaled, if not exceeded, New York-sized one-bedroom apartments, complete with modern and tasteful décor, with the added highlight of an indoor kiva fireplace, perfect for chilly nights in this southwest valley region of the the Sangre de Cristo foothills. The pool, gym, and yoga room were exquisitely designed, maintained, and experienced, with a hike, the “camino encantado” looping around the property, an adequate challenge for a healthy dose of outdoor exercise. My only regret is that I didn’t stay longer; New York was calling me back in preparation of fashion week, but rest assured, I will return to this very location soon, and am on track to seek out Four Seasons as my exclusive hotel and/or resort, wherever I may roam (and room).
Full Disclosure: Fashion Pulse Daily was granted discounts and complimentary services during the stay at Four Seasons.