• Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Unveils Guest Room & Pool Upgrades

     
    FROM THE Spring/Summer 2020 ISSUE
     

Arizona’s largest and longest running AAA-Five Diamond hotel, Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, has wrapped up the renovation  of  458  guest  rooms and 20 suites that now feature tranquil desert décor with clean, modern lines and furnishings. The rest of the 750 rooms were renovated over  the  past few years to provide a fresh look and upgraded technology.  The  Princess Pool, the first of the six pools to open with the resort in 1987, also was transformed and reopened  in  September. The pool deck was transformed into a single level, and there is now a waterside eatery and communal  bar  and eight new cabanas that feature syn- thetic turf, fans, refrigerators and flatscreen TVs.

 

When you're in the mountains, it’s truly difficult to be bored. From skiing and snowboarding to hiking and climbing, the U.S. Mountain West and western Canada know how to keep things interesting when it comes to outdoor activities. But sometimes, the best way to enjoy the mountains is to sit back and take in the expansive views. Take your meetings to the mountains without the heavy snow gear and winter boots by hosting your next event on a rooftop venue surrounded by breathtaking mountains.

 

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