Winter at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
It’s a proven fact that sunshine makes people happier. Scottsdale has more than 330 days of this natural phenomenon each year, and with it comes an incredible array of outdoor adventures, as well as world-class sporting and cultural events to enjoy. Whether you’re here to play a round of golf on the famed TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course – home of the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open - pamper yourself at our award-winning spa or simply relax at one of our five sparkling pools during spring break, let the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess help you celebrate all of the treasures that make Scottsdale extraordinary.
As the official resort of the Scottsdale Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is conveniently located 2.5 miles from Westworld where the auction takes place. Indulge in sparkling heated pools, four signature restaurants, a chic lounge, our award-winning spa and championship golf.
Transportation is available to overnight resort guests when booking Barrett-Jackson rates or presenting their bidders badge.
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As the official resort of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is conveniently located just steps from the famed TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course. For 2015 Phoenix Open rates, call 480-585-4848.
The 60th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show takes place from February 12 - 22 at WestWorld in Scottsdale, just 2.5 miles from the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. The show is the largest of its kind in the world and attracts over 2,400 of the finest Arabian and Half-Arabian horses, trainers and breeders competing for a chance at winning in more than 600 colorful classes.
A shopper's paradise, the show also offers a glimmering assortment of more than 300 vendors and trade booths, offering everything from lavish jewelry, clothing and works of art to boots, saddles and trinkets. Tempting international cuisine courts, exciting demonstrations and unique educational seminars compete for visitors' attention with the exotically decorated stabling areas in which the horses are housed.