We had begun our trip in old town Santa Fe at the Rosewood there . It was OK... And though we love Rosewoods( Caneel Bay, Little Dix and the Mansion in Dallas... )The Santa Fe Resort by its location was limited to a very tiny confined in town space. We longed for wide open spaces and thus sought another place to rest our heads. The four Seasons was the. Most wonderful suprise! Formerly an Abergene resort it was somewhat uninspired... But in a rather remote and lovely setting. The influence of the Four Seasons mark is just what the Dr. Ordered. The service from housekeeping to bar tending to management was outstanding. We were offered free of charge a private driver to transport us to and from downtown Santa Fe at our request. And incredibly offered a brand new Mercedes convertible to your the beautiful adjacent areas at our leisure . ( we took it for a whole days excursion to the pueblo ruins.., and national park area ... nice!:-)... Especially great to not feel any if the pretense that sometimes happens in upscale resorts... Just sincere great relaxing property .