The Sanctuary feels very private when you arrive, tucked away up against the mountain with the casitas spread out in small clusters on the slope. The lobby, desk, and restaurant are a flight of open steps down from the car and valet desk which contributes to the hillside effect. The casitas are quite private and nicely laid out with wonderful views of Paradise Valley. Sunset shouldn't be missed from your room or the bar overlooking the infinity pool and valley. The grounds and landscaping are well maintained with pathways and small roadways winding between the casitas. Remember to bring a flashlight or use the small one provided in your room as it is quite dark throughout the grounds and the combination of steep grades in places and flagstone walkways prove to be a small challenge, particularly if women are in heels. The Sanctuary is reasonably expensive, but on par with other luxury hotels in the neighbourhood and the boutique size of the hotel makes it feel more exclusive than some of the competition.