Four Seasons Scottsdale Unveils $13 Million Renovation
WHY IT RATES: This sweeping renovation included new casita and suite decor, an updated lobby, pool-area enhancements, and spa improvements. —Mia Taylor, TravelPulse Senior Writer.
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Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North has unveiled contemporary new casitas, suites and public spaces marking the completion of a $13 million resort renovation inspired by the natural grandeur of its Sonoran Desert setting.
Designed by Whitespace Interiors, the resort’s 210 spacious casitas and suites enhance the luxury desert experience with natural elements set against a subtle earth tone palette.
Contemporary new furnishings, streamlined décor, and modern artwork capture the warm, peaceful essence of the rocky desert retreat.
“Everywhere you turn, you are enveloped by amazing natural desert landscape,” said resort General Manager Kelley Moreton. “Our vision has been to bring the warmth, beauty, and grandeur of our surroundings into the guest room experience in a new contemporary fashion. With subtle colors and the incorporation of woods and metals, we are paying homage to the desert’s unique beauty.”
Encouraging guests to embrace the indoor-outdoor style of living afforded by Scottsdale’s warm winter days, the resort added flat-screen televisions to the patios of approximately 100 casitas and suites.
In addition to its new casita and suite decor, the resort also has updated its lobby with all new furnishings and decor designed to complement the lobby’s dramatic views of the valley below.
In May, the resort unveiled its new concept Spanish steakhouse Talavera, which boasts vibrant contemporary design highlighted with modern paintings and prints by local Mexican artist Gennaro Garcia.
The resort’s pools underwent updates with the replacement of chaise lounges, chairs, all pool-area furnishings as well as furniture at Saguaro Blossom, the pool’s restaurant and bar. The chic new look features contemporary round daybeds and plush chaise lounges, swivel lounge chairs as well as updated furnishings in 18 poolside cabanas.
Spa-goers will enjoy enhancements to The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale including a newly designed relaxation area.
“For nearly 20 years, we have been honored to serve our guests with outstanding service and amenities,” Moreton said. “We are thrilled to continue that tradition with beautiful new accommodations and public spaces.”
To best experience the new casitas, suites and public spaces, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North encourages guests to enjoy the resort’s Experience More package, which offers a $100 resort credit with every two paid consecutive nights. The resort credit may be applied to in-casita dining, restaurant dining, and spa experiences.
SOURCE: Four Seasons press release