The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi—six-time World's Best Award-winner and perennial Santa Fe favorite—is debuting a new look this week after a total renovation of the guestrooms.
Designed by the same firm that built the Inn's interiors 22 years ago, the rooms now boast brighter, earth-toned walls and local terracota ceramics. Bathrooms, previously done up in green, have quartz counters and white porcelain tiles. Not everything is new, however. the kiva-style gas fireplaces located in each of the property's 58 rooms? Thankfully, they are staying.
Travel + Leisure readers have long appreciated the Inn's commitment to service and its intimate, Southwestern comfort—and the AAA Four Diamond onsite restaurant doesn't hurt either. Will they like the overhaul? Managing Director Sandra Finlay assures T+L and its readers, yes. "The new guestrooms are not a departure from the warm ambiance that our guests have loved for the past 22 years, but they are a continuation of that."
For more information, visit the hotel's website.
Peter Schlesinger is a research assistant at Travel + Leisure.