The coastline of Fife is synonymous with stunning vistas and superb golf, and the wonderful Fairmont St Andrews features plenty of both. Located amid more than 500 acres of incredible coastal countryside, this is an idyllic retreat that deserves to be on the wish-list for every lover of luxury. Here in your very own utopia, relaxation is oh so easy to find.
Some of the world’s most celebrated golf courses are to be found nearby, including two at the hotel itself. The Old Course is within easy reach, and Carnoustie is just across the bay. The town of St Andrews is home to some superb shops, not to mention an iconic castle and the ruins of a medieval cathedral. The British Golf Museum is also well worth a visit.
Unwinding without a care in the world is a piece of cake at Fairmont St Andrews, thanks in part to a glorious spa with 12 delicious treatment rooms. There’s a top of the range gym here, and several dining options for when you feel the need for some fine dining.
Yes, please note all guests must be dressed for afternoon tea served in the Hotel Atrium
Aromatherapy steam room
The Rock & Spindle Bar
The Squire Restaurant
La Cucina Italian Restaurant
One of the largest and best equipped facilities in the area, the spa at Fairmont St Andrews has everything you need to be pampered like a princess from the first moment to the last. With ten luxurious treatment rooms and a great range of delicious experiences to offer, you really can’t afford to pass this by.
Whether you’re here for a single treatment or a session of varied therapies for mind, body and spirit, you will love the ambience. And when you've absorbed all the indulgence you can handle, you will want to relax even further in the steam room, in the Jacuzzi or beside the pool.
If you’re keen to maintain your fitness regime during your time at Fairmont St Andrews, you will be hugely impressed by the gym facilities here. Everything you need from gentle sessions to intense workout can be truly enjoyed, thanks to the state of the art equipment and the flat-screen TVs.
Personal training and a wide selection of classes are also available, so be sure to make the most of this stunning venue. And when you need to unwind afterwards, try the steam room, the sauna and the beautifully tempting 16-metre indoor swimming pool.
Foodies will adore their time at Fairmont St Andrews, thanks to the wide range of dining options which are open to them from morning through to night. The stunning cliff-top location of The Clubhouse will take the breath away, while the informal brasserie-style dining at The Squire restaurant will always impress.
For elegant Italian dining, try La Cucina, where you will find a superb menu featuring the finest of ingredients and a wonderful sense of innovation. Within the relaxing atmosphere of Kittocks Den, you can make the most of a traditional British classic by savouring a stunning Afternoon Tea.
The Fairmont Spa is the best spa I have visited. Very welcoming, great facilities and had a wonderful massage.
Diane Cassidy, Fife
Lovely relaxing afternoon
We had the refresh spa experience. We enjoyed full use of the facilities before each having a 35 minute treatment. I had an express facial which was a lovely treat. We then topped off the experience with an indulgent afternoon tea. A fantastic way to relax with my Mum and Sister. Highly recommended 👌
Ellie Hague, Glenrothes
Time out to relax
Easy to book and great information prior to arrival. Lovely surroundings, staff were excellent and very welcoming. Spa staff and hotel staff were friendly and excellent customer service. The spa treatments were fantastic and effective.
The only negative was we did not get a glass of Prosecco on arrival, not sure if this was due to COVID restrictions but would have added to our treat day.
Would definitely recommend and look forward to returning.
Lynsey Kemlo, Dundee
Dont book in school holidays!!
We booked the Relax Spa day and our treatments were fantastic. The spa is lovely and relaxing. However the facilities were not great and would prevent me from booking again (at the weekends or school holidays). The pool was not relaxing - it was over crowded, there was no loungers for those on spa days as families in the pool used them to store lunch boxes, toys and towels. The Jacuzzi was full most of the afternoon of small children preventing other people on spa days to use. I cannot fault our treatments and I understand it is a hotel therefore there will be families however for the price of the spa day I would recommend to go else where where the facilities are more relaxing.
Emily Watters, Edinburgh
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