Well & Being Spa earns 4-star Forbes rating

Lifestyle | 11 Mar |

For the 10th year in a row, Well & Being Spa at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess has been awarded four stars from the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide. The 44,000-square-foot facility includes 27 treatment rooms, waterfall grotto, rooftop pool, state of the art gym with expert instruction, and many more amenities. An exclusive rating, Well & Being is one of only ten Four Star spas in Arizona. 

“We’re extremely proud of our colleagues and our facility for maintaining such a distinguished rating from Forbes Travel Guide,” says Grant Lessard, spa director. “Our team’s dedication to our guests’ needs is truly impressive and along with our innovative treatments, helps us to earn this distinction year after year.” 

Forbes inspector’s highlights included the impressive number of spa service offerings, the dedication to incorporating the elements into treatments and the “three magnificent” manicure and pedicure options. 

Some of the Well & Being’s most popular treatments are the Well & Being Signature Journey Massage, Havasupai Falls Rejuvenation, Singing Bowl Sound Therapy, and the brand new Desert Botanical Facial. The spa is not limited to hotel guests, and is available for individual local appointments and the fitness programs and amenities are also accessible to the public with a spa membership.

“Having a spa of this caliber is incredibly important to our resort,” says Jack Miller, regional vice president and general manager at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. “It provides our discriminating guests with a top of class amenity and memorable, luxurious experiences. Well & Being exemplifies the Princess’ commitment to provide experiences that our guests want to make a tradition.” 

In addition to treatments and work out facilities, Well & Being also offers a healthy, well balanced menu prepared on-site and to order. New in 2019 are small group fitness classes, including Core 360, new aerial yoga classes, and more.

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