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The Fairmont Scottsdale premiers Winter At The Princess event

Posted 1/27/21

Guests can enjoy two different ice skating experiences, ax throwing, rides, ice mazes, inventive food, beverages and more at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess’ Winter at the Princess.

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Events

The Fairmont Scottsdale premiers Winter At The Princess event

The Village Snow Mountain's 120-foot ice slide.
The Village Snow Mountain's 120-foot ice slide.
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Guests can enjoy two different ice skating experiences, ax throwing, rides, ice mazes, inventive food, beverages and more at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess’ Winter at the Princess.

Beginning Jan. 27 and ending March 21, the event will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. on Sundays, Thursdays and Wednesdays; and from 5 to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, according to a press release.

Skate at the Rink, with 6,000 square feet of real ice with luxury VIP fire pits available for rent with food and beverage service available for outdoor dining. Shop nearby at the Chalet, take a break and enjoy food, beverage and games at The Lodge, with plenty of socially distanced seating outdoors.

In additon to live music, guests can dine by the fire, participate in ax throwing and other outdoor games in the Lodge yard, the release said, encouraging having dessert or hot drinks at the local eateries.

Young explorers ages 2-8 can visit the Kids Village, where they will meet the Princess’ newest furry friend, Brrrnee the St. Bernard who rescues skiers.
For more information, call 480-513-6014.

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