Four Seasons new design celebrates Sonoran Desert

The 210 casitas and suites at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North are designed “to enhance the luxury desert experience with natural elements set against a subtle earth tone palette,” according to a release. (Submitted photo)

Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North has unveiled casitas, suites and public spaces marking the completion of a $13 million resort renovation.

Designed by Whitespace Interiors, the resort’s 210 casitas and suites are designed “to enhance the luxury desert experience with natural elements set against a subtle earth tone palette,” according to a release.

“Everywhere you turn, you are enveloped by amazing natural desert landscape,” said Kelley Moreton, resort general manager. “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.”

(Submitted photo)

The resort added flat-screen televisions to the patios of approximately 100 casitas and suites. In addition to its new casita and suite décor, the resort also has updated its lobby with all new furnishings and décor designed to complement the lobby’s views of the Valley, the release stated.

In May, the resort unveiled its new concept Spanish steakhouse Talavera, and the resort’s pools have undergone 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.

Spa goers will see 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,” Ms. Moreton stated. “We are thrilled to continue that tradition with beautiful new accommodations and public spaces.”

Situated in the foothills of Pinnacle Peak, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale is at 10600 E. Crescent Moon Drive.

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