Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Introduces Drive In Movie Night
The Princess presents family-favorite movies on a giant, inﬂatable screen while in the comfort and safety of your vehicle to benefit furloughed colleagues.
Friday and Saturday Nights, 7:45pm Pre-Show and 8:00pm Movie
How does an iconic resort provide safe, family fun and abide by our Governor’s social distancing guidelines? Why, by creating a Drive In Movie Night for their neighbors to enjoy a night out at the movies in the safety of their car. The resort has two goals with this new springtime event: 1) Provide an opportunity for local residents to enjoy a night out and, 2) raise funds to help feed the more than 1000 furloughed colleagues and their families at the Princess. Popular family movies will be showing each Friday and Saturday nights.
The Four Things You Should Know About Drive In Movies #AtThePrincess:
1. When and Where
· Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Valet Parking Lot, across from the resort’s main entrance
· Friday and Saturday Nights, until further notice. Check scottsdaleprincess.com for movie schedule.
Children 6-12 $5.00
Children 5 under FREE
100% of movie and concession proceeds go to support Princess Employee Family Meal Fund
Concession Package Available at Admission Gate upon request:
$12 - Oogie’s Movie Time Butter Popcorn, assorted candies, waters
$2 each - choice of Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero or Sprite
4. What do we need to do to be Safe?
Everyone must stay in vehicle at all times except for use of restrooms. No recreational activities or gatherings outside of vehicles at any time.
Posted social distancing rules must be adhered to at all times including travel to restroom (Note: we recommend guests bring a flashlight or phone with flashlight feature with them)
You must park in marked spots only and vehicles cannot be within 10 feet of another vehicle.
No alcohol consumption allowed on premises
No discarding of trash on premises
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess team wishes to say thank you to the community for your support of the Princess Family Meal Fund (insert link). The resort has served more than 8000 colleague meals for a family of 4-6 since the furloughs began in March, with a goal of continuing to provide meals twice a week for their colleague’s families throughout May. Jack Miller, General Manager, says “This is Not Our Forever. The Princess will be reopening its restaurants and welcoming guests back for a special All American Summer at the Princess event we hope to launch with our 10th annual Fourth of July Freedom Fest celebration. I assure you we’ll be abiding by the guidelines provided by state leadership as we work to reopen all our amenities with a focus on keeping our guests safe. I look forward to welcoming our friends and neighbors back to celebrate summer and the re-opening of America. We miss you!"
Visit scottsdalprincess.com or contact reservations at (480) 585-4848 and ask about the current Arizona resident 40% discount rate available through June.