The Fairmont St Andrews Hotel has undergone some staggering renovations recently. Spread over 520 acres and boasting five stars, the resort encapsulates luxury and elegance in its breathtaking surroundings.
The interior now matches the stunning views thanks to a whopping new investment in the public areas of the venue. The hotel’s Atrium in particular has benefitted from a complete redesign and incorporates a bespoke 60m-long ceiling sculpture by award-winning artist George Singer.The revamp has been mainly influenced by the history and landscapes of St Andrews, with upholstery and fabrics chosen from local Scottish suppliers.
The resort offers several diverse spaces for your wedding, accommodating a range of party sizes. All the function suites are named after famous historical Scots and make for a pretty perfect backdrop for an elegant and sophisticated wedding. If your guest list is growing by the minute, be sure to check out the capacious Robert Burns Ballroom, which can sit a staggering 400 guests.
John Keating, general manager at Fairmont St Andrews said: “This renovation has been a huge undertaking across the hotel. I’m extremely proud and excited to see the public areas looking so resplendent, they’ve already made a huge difference and have been well received. The refurbishment is part of a wider investment throughout the resort over the next 12 months and will ensure Fairmont St Andrews remains one of Scotland’s leading luxury hotels, from the interior and exterior surroundings, to our personalised service.”