Luxury Resort and Travel Guide

Zippin’ into Summer at Scottsdale Resort

For some, a trip to Disneyland with the family is the ultimate vacation. But if you want to keep it closer to home this year, heading to the nearby Fairmont Scottsdale Princess may be just as exhilarating for all ages.

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With rides down water slides, zooming across a zip line and fireworks lighting up the night, the Fairmont welcomes couples and families to celebrate 25 years with sensational savings and room rates starting at $125 per night. Indulge in a getaway complete with five pools, a world-class spa, tennis, golf, award-winning cuisine and activities galore.

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Some of the activities include dive-in movies, a techno glo party (complete with Black lights, lasers, fog, LED hula hooping, glow-in-the-dark bubbles, drinks and a DJ pulsating techno music taking place on weekend nights at the pool from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.) and a 240-foot Zip Line across the lagoons of the resort property. Can Minnie and Mickey compete with that?

The Zip Line is the newest addition to the resort activity list, which allows guests to soar a speedy 25 mph, available weekends, all summer long. The price is $5 per ride, or $20 for unlimited rides per day with a commemorative t-shirt.

Zip Line Lori and Hayden

What’s more, your kids can cast a reel for bluegill, shoot hoops on the sport court, meet Cecil the desert tortoise or roast s’mores at the campfire while adult guests can savor the summer evenings with tequila tastings and more. Try any of 240 tequilas at La Hacienda, or simply escape for a day to Well & Being at Willow Stream Spa or relish in an exquisite dish at the AAA Four Diamond Bourbon Steak.

Book during the weekend and witness a spectacular display as fireworks light up the night sky every Saturday through Labor Day.

To learn more, visit www.fairmont.com

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