Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, Old World Meets Clean the World

The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is one of the latest properties to embrace the Clean the World Hospitality Recycling Program. Anasazi is a Navajo word that means “the Ancient People”, and The Rosewood Inn certainly embraces the feeling of days past. Mixing the frontier west with a mix of Native Americain pride, The Rosewood, found here http://www.innoftheanasazi.com/, is a one of a kind property. Walking in the front doors one would feel as if they had been transported to another place in time. Glancing around the lobby you might expect to catch a glimpse of Doc Holliday or Billy the Kid. Don’t be mistaken though, The Rosewood Inn is certainly no sawdust on the floor flophouse. It is a world-class retreat and easily New Mexico’s most lauded hotel.

Situated in the heart of Santa Fe, surrounded by mountains, deserts, and the kind of sunsets that are usually only glimpsed in paintings, this four star hotel boasts hand carved wooden doors, sandstone walls, and sculptured stairways that all whisper of a people from long ago. The rooms are beautifully decorated with hand crafted furnishings, authentic artwork from New Mexico’s diverse population, and the beautiful geometric rugs indigenous to the area. Another amenity that adds to the feel of the Old West are the gas-lit kiva fireplaces in each room.

The Rosewood Inn offers many luxury amenities to its’ guests. Concierge service, Valet, In-Room massage & aromatherapy, a business center, and a pet friendly policy are just a few of the perks offered at this rustic escape. Chances are that if you are staying at The Rosewood you have a streak of frontiersman in your heart, and there is plenty to do to feed the hunger for adventure. Golf, skiing, mountain biking, fishing, white-water rafting, hiking and day trips to nearby Taos or Bandelier National park are just a few of the many activities to choose from in this New Mexico vacation destination. Santa Fe is loaded with history. Founded in 1609 by Spanish missionaries the city is in the midst of their 400th anniversary. Within walking distance you will find the cultural heart of the city known as the Plaza Dsitrict, authentic Native shops, museums, and galleries tell the rich history of the city and its people.

Whether you are on business or pleasure, The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi has everything you will need to experience the Southwest as it once was. Next time you travel to Santa Fe, be sure opt stay with our friends at The Rosewood Inn, and who knows, you may walk into a saloon and hear someone whisper “I’m your Huckleberry”.

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