El Monte Sagrado offers eighty-four rooms, including seven three-room suites that showcase art and décor from global destinations. These Global Suites all offer two spacious bedrooms, a living room, and two full bathrooms, a private outdoor courtyard, a gas fireplace, a wet bar, and flat screen TVs. If you would like to be able to relax in a private outdoor hot tub, choose the Argentina, Mexico, Morocco, or Marrakech suite.
The Argentina Suite’s décor brings to life a rural South American farmhouse, rich in leather, copper, and earth tones. The minimalist Japan Suite contains shoji screens and Japanese watercolor paintings. The Marrakech Suite has furniture made of hand-carved teak, gilded floral stenciling in traditional motifs, and velvet and satin furniture.
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The Mexico Suite is vibrant and dramatic, with ornately carved beds. The Morocco Suite is full of bright colors and lively designs, and is decorated with custom-made stencils. The Spain Suite is resplendent, with embroidered fabrics, handmade rugs, and sparkling iridescent tiles. The Western Heritage Suite echoes Texas farmhouses, with tooled and fringed leather seating, and hand-hewn stone furnishings.
There are four Premiere Suites available, all of which have a bedroom with a king-sized bed, a dining and seating area, a mini-fridge, a gas fireplace, a large private patio with mountain views, a gas fireplace, and internationally-inspired décor. There is an Egyptian suite, a Bali suite, a Tibetan suite, and a Romance suite.
El Monte Sagrado has eighteen Native American suites in honor of the tribes of Mexico and New Mexico. Each has a spacious bedroom with a king bed, a living room with a queen sofa bed, a semi-private courtyard or balcony, a mini-fridge, and a traditional kiva (“beehive”)-shaped fireplace.
The Taos Mountain rooms have two queen or one king bed, a desk, a shower a jetted soaking tub, and private balconies with garden views.
The Casita Suites are the original rooms of the hotel. They have a global feel to them, and are furnished by local artists. The rooms have the traditional heavy-beamed ceilings of the Spanish southwest. Each has either a double, queen, or king bed, a breakfast sitting area, a private, spacious courtyard patio, and a gas fireplace.