Where Shall We Go?
"A new resort in the U.S. isn't news, unless it's in Santa Fe, the self-styled "different" city of artists, adventurers, and spiritualists. Before Bishop's Lodge (an Auberge property) opened last summer, on 317 acres bordering Santa Fe National Forest, the vibe here was most in-town inns. The site was previously occupied: In the 1850s the first archbishop of Santa Fe, Jean-Baptiste Lamy, build a retreat and chapel here; in the early 1900s, the Pulitzer family constructed a private home (now the main lodge building). There are also stand-alone casitas––adobe walls, kiva fireplaces––a 12-bedroom "bunkhouse," restaurant, stables, a pool, trout stream, and healing arts studio. All of it is less than four miles from the town's creative ferment, and it comes with those impeccably blue skies and the scent of sage and burning piñon." ~ Town & Country, December 2021