Fairmont Vacation resort Blue Mountains has expanded its leisure services with the introduction of the region’s first ice skating rink.
The 600sqm rink is open to the public, as perfectly as in-property company, and is anticipated to be well known with people, partners, and groups.
“It is crystal clear that families and teams are still careful about travelling as well much, so they are on the lookout for regional venues with exceptional leisure facilities,” stated Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains Owner, Dr Schwartz.
“We can give a total plan of functions for site visitors and visitors, with our setting in Jamison Valley, adjacent to the Planet-Heritage-stated Blue Mountains Nationwide Park. By introducing new facilities such as the ice rink, we supply even far more factors for visitors to vacation and remain locally.”
Open up each day of the 7 days, the venue suited for all stages, from novices to professional ice skaters, with tuition for teams offered. There are also ice-skating amenities for people today with disability.
Exceptional use of the rink can also be organized for conference, incentive, or get together teams, as effectively as faculties and other organisations.
In retaining with the Fairmont’s sustainability approach, the rink is driven by photo voltaic power produced at the assets.
It’s the second ice-skating rink to be launched throughout the Schwartz Household Firm inns portfolio, adhering to the introduction of a rink at the Paradise Vacation resort in Surfers Paradise.
“It is a massive draw card for all users of the household, and I’m guaranteed the new rink at the Fairmont will be similarly popular,” Schwartz stated.
“The opening of the Blue Mountains Ice Rink can take on even larger importance for sporting skaters and fans as the Penrith Ice Palace closed in June, leaving the bigger Sydney west/Blue Mountains location without the need of a appropriate location.”