Fairmont St Andrews in St Andrews, United Kingdom
The 520 acre five star Fairmont St Andrews resort encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breathtaking surroundings in the ‘Home of Golf’. A truly unique and special venue that makes your visit one to remember, with its lavish and stunning surroundings, peaceful setting and stunning cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea.
All of our 209 luxury guestrooms are spacious and well-proportioned with thoughtful Scottish touches. The resort prides itself with an array of fabulous facilities including two championship Golf Courses The Kittocks and The Torrance. Offering excellent dining experiences for every palette, ranging from our new Italian eatery La Cucina to St Andrews Bar and Grill serving the freshest of Steak and Seafood. Our sumptuous Signature Spa offers a range of treatments including locally-themed massages, facial and relaxation therapies using exclusive Aromatherapy Associates products in 12 chic treatment rooms. The spacious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and relaxation room complete the experience, helping you to relax and unwind.
Location of Fairmont St Andrews
Nearest Airport: EDI, PSL
Amenities for Fairmont St Andrews
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Golf Course
- Steam Room
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Fairmont St Andrews
Four of us went for afternoon tea - this was a present for my mum and mother-in-law for mother's day. Staff at reception were very helpful, door man was really friendly unfortunately once we went into the Atrium for afternoon tea it began to go downhill. Waitress was ok but not the friendliest, service was slow and the food was average. Both of the mothers had a glass of rose wine which we purchased at the bar - we noticed a fly in the wine and informed the waitress - she brought us a poor spoon to fish it out!!! Appalled - I took the wine back to the bar myself and asked for another. Compared to all of the other places we have gone for afternoon tea this has been the most disappointing.
markclaire71 - Forfar, United Kingdom
Recently we stayed here as part of a tour round Scotland's five star Hotels. Overall this Hotel came out on top. From arrival to departure we felt standards were very high, we took a room upgrade and ate at the Club House. Food was to a high standard and worth the run down to the Club House via courtesy bus, the service was very prompt, Drivers very helpful, all was good. One minor point, our decision to order room service breakfast crashed & burned, the Hotel failed to uplift the card from our Suite Door and as a result Breakfast did not arrive. I went to reception and accepted the apology but it really marred out experience. From there we went downstairs to eat but were really disappointed to find a buffet style set up. Not five star at all. Whilst the food was good we expect table service in five star Hotels for breakfast particularly for the cooked breakfast. It felt a little cheap. All that said, its a wonderful Hotel, relaxing, luxurious, great staff, great food, Breakfast won't spoil it for our return and after all we placed this Hotel best of our trip overall. Others visited were Marcliffe/Cameron House & Fonab Castle. Our thanks to Fairmont St Andrews.
Glen_10 - Elgin - Scotland
Stayed at the Fairmont with two other couples for a night. Whilst the men played golf, the ladies booked into the spa. This is an annual event with us having done the same at The Old Course Hotel, Cameron House & Gleneagles. Our visit to the Fairmont was our least favourite - disappointing & underwhelming. Whilst the staff in reception were attentive & helpful, this was not the in the spa. Both the sauna & steam room were out of use. We all felt our treatments were rather short on time & we were charged Â£10 more due to it being a weekend!?! As I waited to pay for my treatment, my therapist just stared at her computer & ignored me. Her colleague, who was chewing gum, eventually served me. In the bar at night, there were tables left with empty glasses & bottles making the bar look untidy. In the morning, tables near the breakfast area again had glasses & bottles left from the previous night. This all sounds picky but for the room rate that is charged, standards should higher. Would not hurry back to the Fairmont.
tmcp2015 - Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Amazing hotel, amazing staff, amazing location, great breakfast buffet and close to some of the best golf courses in St Andrews. It's an 8pounds taxi ride to the old course and St Andrews city center.
Really enjoyed our stay amazing surroundings stunning hotel and friendly staff. the afternoon tea is a must as well as bar and grill with such a spectacular view.We are very disappointed however that we had a flood from upstairs.Their shower which was blocked caused the overflow to come into our room.Specifically within ceiling of wardrobe with clothes hanging in it.We were getting ready for dinner, however dinner was postponed and we then had to move rooms and most of our clothes were all wet (from above persons shower waterï¿½).As you can imagine our night was a tad "unsettled".On our departure we were shocked that no offer was made to us regarding a gesture of goodwill due to our inconvenience and after discussion with reception staff & after lengthy discussion agreed to 2 glasses of wine off our bill! I asked if anything else was possible and was offered 1 bottle of prosecco off our bill instead.We were dismayed at this,as all of this really upset our night.My mum & I travelled from glasgow & haven't had a night away together in years.I would have expected more from a high standard resort like this in relation to a gesture of goodwill...let's hope any new guests don't have a flood on their clothing as apparently "it's a snag and happening quite often"...!!!ï¿½ï¿½.i would greatly appreciate to hear from the manager as i do not feel any of this situation was acknowledged appropriately.
Liz O - Glasgow, United Kingdom