Fairmont St Andrews Scotland

ST. ANDREWS, KINGDOM OF FIFE, SCOTLAND, UK — Fairmont St Andrews’ luxurious spa complex has been nominated in the Supreme Signature Treatment category for the Good Spa Awards. The resort’s unique Celtic Harmony Purifying Ritual has been short listed in as one of the top five signature treatments in the UK in the prestigious awards organized by the Good Spa Guide, the fully comprehensive, independent guide to Britain’s top spas.

The 90-minute purifying ritual begins with a geranium-and-pine scrub before a detoxifying massage and body wrap with essences of local juniper, cypress and lavender. Once in the wrap, essential essences are massaged into the feet and neck, and the entire treatment is synchronized to Celtic music.

Fairmont St Andrews Scotland
Fairmont St Andrews Scotland

The Good Spa Guide’s review said: “I loved this powerful, invigorating treatment. I was whisked away to an authentic Celtic world far from the madding crowds. “My heavenly massage provided strong, confident strokes as my therapist eased away my troubles to the fragrant dialogue.

I left feeling purified, invigorated and very much alive – just call me Braveheart!” Winners of the Good Spa Awards 2011 will be announced on July 1. Fairmont St Andrews’ luxurious spa complex was greatly enhanced as part of a £17m renovation of the five-star resort which increased its size to 12 chic treatment rooms – including dedicated rooms for couples and small groups.

Following its visit to the resort, Good Spa Guide awarded the spa a maximum five bubble rating having assessed various criteria including customer care, cleanliness, quality of treatments and value for money. The facility offers a full range of therapies including exclusive Kerstin Florian treatments and is superbly complemented by the newly refurbished Health Club with state-of-the-art fitness equipment featuring personal televisions, a 16-metre swimming pool, steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi and studio space for yoga and spinning.

In addition to the spa, Fairmont St Andrews boasts a stunning five-star hotel, two outstanding golf courses, a range of first-class dining options and Scotland’s largest purpose-built conference facilities. Fairmont St Andrews is offering a fantastic deal on Sunday night spa packages, giving guests a night’s accommodation and a one-hour spa treatment from as little as £104.50 per person, including a full Scottish breakfast. Guests can enjoy their choice of a relaxation massage, a customized deep-cleansing facial, or a St Andrews signature pedicure or manicure as well as receiving 10 per cent discount on all spa retail products.

For more information or to book a visit, call 01334 837000, email standrews. scotland@fairmont.com or visit www.fairmont.com/standrews. The five-star Fairmont St Andrews resort boasts two championship golf courses, the Torrance and Kittocks, and has played host to a number of prestigious events, including both the Open Championship’s final local qualifying and the Scottish Senior Open. In addition to golf tournaments, Fairmont St Andrews has also hosted some of the world’s most important politicians and powerbrokers as a venue for both Northern Ireland peace talks and a G20 Summit.

A recent £17m redevelopment has benefited the entire resort, including the sumptuous spa complex which offers a range of treatments including locally-themed massages, facial and relaxation therapies and exclusive Kerstin Florian treatments in 12 chic treatment rooms. Fairmont St Andrews was the venue for the fashion show where it is widely reported that Kate Middleton first caught Prince William’s eye.

Journalists interested in seeing the areas of Fairmont St Andrews used by the couple or speaking to staff who worked at the resort when they visited should contact Lee Todd on 08700 330 550 or email lee@theazaleagroup.com.

Accolades and awards for Fairmont St Andrews (• Torrance course 20th and Kittock’s course 40th best modern courses of 2010 – Golfweek — • 22nd on international list, World’s 50 Best Golf Hotels – Golf Digest — • Resort Hotel of the Year 2008 and 2010 – Golf Tourism Scotland)

By daryl

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