Nestled in 40 acres of Surrey countryside and with Royal Family as its neighbors, Fairmont Windsor Park boasts lavish guest rooms and opulent suites, a variety of dining options, luxurious spa and wellness facilities, and numerous activities both indoors and outdoors within the estate. As guests approach the entrance driveway, they will undoubtedly be impressed by the imposing red-brick Jacobean-style structure.
Fairmont draws inspiration from the history of the place: the property began its life as a stately home in the 19th century and was used as a military hospital during World War II before being transformed into two other hotels and eventually becoming a Fairmont. Inside, it is equally impressive; greeted by a glass-domed atrium and a marble reception, visitors get a sense of what to expect. With over 200 rooms to choose from at Fairmont Windsor Park, the Signature Royal Suite stands out as a gem. Resembling an apartment, the suite offers two en-suite bedrooms with dressing rooms, a spacious living area, and a dining room. The decor, a combination of natural stone and soft fabrics, creates a serene and relaxing ambiance. The suite also provides private access to an exclusive VIP area of the spa called Salutaris Spa. Here, guests can enjoy everything one would expect from a spa, but in total privacy. The suite is also equipped with a hot tub, steam room, and private access to the hammam.
In addition to this exclusive private wellness area, the hotel offers all its guests a large spa covering over 2,500 square meters, complete with an indoor pool, a gym, hydrotherapy and cryotherapy facilities, and even an area for dry floatation. The spa offers a wide variety of treatments, from its ‘Rituals’ that combine Ayurvedic and European practices for a complete wellness transformation, to personalized massages using hot stones from the Dordogne region and 24-carat gold facials.
Both single and couples’ treatment cabins are equipped with Lemi’s Florence beds.