I'm finishing up my tour of the Sheraton Grand Wild Horse Pass Resort today with a little tour of the main building of the resort. This was the first time I had visited this part of the resort and I was impressed with what I saw. You enter the lobby on the third floor where reception is located but, the main part of the lobby is below looking out over the pool area.
There is a big rock formation in the center of the area with water flowing out of it and through a stream, under the bridge above and out on to the patio area.
Above it all is a ceiling painted with different images of Native American history and activities.
There was even a quiet little fireplace area where someone could sit and read the paper or talk with friends.
All in all, I was genuinely impressed with the beauty of the place. Someone mentioned on one of my previous posts that it reminded them of Santa Fe and I have to agree. It does have a very strong Southwestern look reminiscent of Santa Fe architecture.