Breathe deep, an oasis near the heart of the city
Close to home, but a world away
Revel in the privacy and seclusion of a luxury hotel or resort, just minutes from the heart of downtown. Feel your spirit soar amidst wide-open city expanses, and embark upon curated experiences unique to each destination. Spread out with a chef-prepared picnic in cascading formal gardens in Austin. Relish a family concert or movie night like no other, with exclusive use of the historic Paramount Theatre in the “Live Music Capital of the World.” Make memories you will talk about for years to come.
Find room to roam in our sprawling hideaways
Explore our city hotels, spas and restaurants
Reimagined by internationally renowned designer Ken Fulk, this private retreat brings a new level of contemporary glamour and whimsical soul to Austin. A modern interpretation of a residential estate from yesteryear, these picturesque grounds offer a welcoming 10-acre setting in the heart of the city.
Bishop’s Lodge is a legendary Santa Fe landmark carefully restored and reimagined. Situated on 317 secluded acres yet just minutes from downtown, Bishop’s Lodge will offer guests singular opportunities to experience the resort’s heritage and distinctly contemporary amenities. For over 150 years, the property has drawn travelers and locals alike to gather on its sun-washed plains and take-in breathtaking, panoramic views from red rock mesas.
Luxuriate in spa treatments inspired by indigenous ingredients, tropical elements, and results-driven rituals come together alongside pristine beach views. Find your bliss with the best of the city and the sea.
$200 Resort Credit
Take a short road trip to a world away. With blooming flowers and chirping birds, rediscover the simple pleasures of yesteryear. From the vintage flair of the old-fashioned punchbowl service to the quaint charm of breakfast on the sunny Loggia, the $200 resort credit can be used in so many ways.
Book With Ease | 48-Hour Cancellation
We understand the importance of being flexible during times of uncertainty. Book your 2021 New Mexico adventure and receive a full refund should you decide to cancel up to 48 hours prior to your arrival. With friendly cancellation terms, you can start dreaming of horseback riding our extensive trail system at sunrise, embarking on historic pueblo tours, or restoring body, mind and spirit with turquoise healing gem therapy.
Midweek at the Mansion
A midweek escape or working remote can be picturesque and productive. Discover quiet spaces throughout the Mansion or peacefullness among the gardens, perfectly conducive to conquering the email inbox. Each night includes a $50 food and beverage credit, breakfast for two and valet parking.
Summer Longer Nightly $100 Credit
In celebration of Bishop's Lodge's first summer season, stay for a minimum of four nights or more and receive a $100 per night resort credit to apply to an art tour, adventure, wellness or culinary experience. Savor elevated Southwestern cuisine in Chef Dean Fearing's SkyFire; align body, mind, and spirit at Turquesa Healing Arts Studio; fish miles of secluded rivers for native trout; or embark on an adventure to explore the vibrant local art scene in downtown Santa Fe.
Leave the planning to us with sophisticated adventures set at a relaxed pace.
Revel in adventures that will make you fall in love with the gardens, charming neighborhoods and rich culture of Austin, Texas.
- Grand Reunion | 3 Days
- Taste of Austin | 3 Days
- Austin Love | 3 Days
Venture into the heart of New Mexico on a week-long adventure through the culture, art and history of Santa Fe.
- Ultimate Santa Fe Adventure | 6 Days
- Family Reunion at the Bunkhouse | 4 Days
- Hot Air Balloon Experience | 3 Days
Journey through a world of good taste
Dining rooted in the local terrain
Fill your days with sightseeing and adventure, so you can indulge at local hot spots, Texas Hill Country wineries and Santa Fe's renowned artisan shops.
Extraordinary City Vacations
Commodore Perry Estate | Outstanding Experience! - "The Commodore Perry Estate is one of the most beautiful hotels in Austin and has a stellar staff as well. It rivals the Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas. I cannot wait to see what else they have in store for the property in the future. We cannot wait to return!" TripAdvisor, Jennifer A February 2021
Stories from Auberge Resorts Collection
Bishop's Lodge A Glimpse Into Santa Fe’s Early Art Scene at Bishop’s Lodge
Settled more than 150 years ago, Bishop’s Lodge is steeped in history and a profound sense of place. As its General Manager, I take special pride in our team’s sensitive restoration and preservation efforts. Authenticity infuses our entire approach, and one extraordinary tribute—both to the diverse native communities that have long made New Mexico their home, as well as to Santa Fe’s deep artistic roots—can be found in our Dining Room. Taking pride of place are four newly restored oil paintings by Warren E. Rollins of Puebloan life from the 1920s.
Commodore Perry An Insider’s Visit to Round Top
I’ve been standing outside the doors to the Round Top Antiques Fair for 30 minutes, but if you’re not here before the doors open, you’ll miss your chance on the best items. I’ve been coming to Round Top since I was a little girl, when my mother, aunt, and I would drive over from Louisiana. Since those early days, Round Top, just an hour and 15 minutes outside of Austin, has evolved from a flea market into a European antiques fair, with big-name dealers coming in from all around the world to sell their rare collectibles.
Bishop's Lodge A Behind-the-Scenes Peek at SkyFire's Locally Made Ceramics
I’ve created custom ceramics under the Whiskey and Clay line for restaurants in Marfa, Texas to Beverly Hills. But SkyFire at Bishop’s Lodge is the first restaurant in Santa Fe for which I’ve crafted unique pieces. Drawn to Santa Fe by its vibrant arts scene, proximity to nature, and slower pace of life, I moved here a few years ago—so it’s a huge honor to already be a part of such a treasured Santa Fe landmark. (Local friends have shared stories of horseback riding and cherished family holidays at the Lodge, and I hope to create my own memories, too, when it reopens.)
Commodore Perry Sweet as Peaches
My husband and I are driving the backcountry roads that wind through the Texas Hill Country, heading to Fredericksburg. An hour and a half west of Austin, the country drive takes us past Texas Longhorn cattle with three-feet-long horns, and enticing mom-and-pop antique shops that will have to wait for another time. On these last days of summer vacation, we are on a mission to eat the peaches that Fredericksburg is famous for. That rose-gold fruit has always represented summer to me - the long, slow days of youth that stretch out forever - and I’m nostalgic for the floral fruit.
Commodore Perry Still Standing Tall: The Legend of the Treaty Oak
I’d come to Austin for a chance to kick back and take in some of the stunning hill country scenery but my day soon took a twist I hadn’t anticipated. I’m taken in by the history that surrounds me at the estate – built as a country home by Edgar “Commodore” Perry, a longtime Austin real estate developer in the late 1920s – and I stop to talk with Jackie to learn more.
Commodore Perry If These Walls Could Talk – The Legend of Edgar “Commodore” Perry
Walking these halls each day, I’m always taken in by the attention to authentic historical detail that greets me at every turn – from the incredible Mediterranean-style architecture and design to artful décor and landscaping that all pay homage to the estate’s rich past and the vision of its original owner, Edgar Howard “Commodore” Perry.
Bishop's Lodge Dean Fearing on Santa Fe, Southwestern Cuisine and SkyFire
Santa Fe has always had a certain kind of magical hold over me. I have so many memories, with the most amazing being the opening party for Mark Miller’s Coyote Café in the ‘80s—a seminal moment for Southwestern cuisine. A group of us—myself, Mark, Robert del Grande who had Café Annie in Houston at the time, and Stephan Pyles who had just opened up Routh Street Café in Dallas—had started this movement of cooking with indigenous Southwestern ingredients. This was its big moment, when Southwestern cuisine finally got its deserved space in the spotlight.