Four Seasons Santa Fe Resort Undergoes Makeover

Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe in New Mexico has announced a multimillion-dollar transformation, the first in its history. The project will encompass all guestrooms and suites and will be conducted in three phases, likely to be completed this spring. The upgrades are being led by Langlois Design, a boutique firm focused on sustainability and socially responsible design work.

What to expect: All rooms will be enhanced with new custom-made furniture, technology, lighting, paint, window treatments, artwork and more. In each room, bespoke materials nod to the Indigenous culture with horsehair pottery by artist Linda Concho of Kachina Country USA, where Indigenous artists make pueblo pottery in a manner almost identical to the method developed during the Classic Pueblo Period of approximately 1050 to 1300 AD. Additionally, the outdoor patios will be decked out with custom teak furnishings and new fabrics, including artisan throw blankets from Tribe + True, crafted on a traditional wooden pedal loom.

The room refresh marks the latest update from Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, which also completed a year-long, five-phased landscape redesign this winter with a focus on sustainability. The revitalized landscape reduces irrigation needs and conserves water resources by replacing spray-irrigated grass with Mexican feather grass in select areas. Rainwater harvesting, composting and organic gardening practices have also been incorporated to align with the resort’s commitment to environmental stewardship. A new selection of plants and trees, such as Russian sage with its vibrant colors and soothing aroma, provide a visual and sensory bridge, enhancing the guest experience. To foster a sense of community, new fire pit terraces are now available throughout the property. The landscape was redesigned by Vita, Inc.

Situated on 57 acres in the Sangre de Cristo foothills, Four Seasons Resort Santa Fe is home to the Adventure Center with a dedicated program operated in-house, a full-service spa and a signature restaurant, Terra.

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