The fitness center is open, with limited occupancy in compliance with the Governor’s directives. Walk, run, bike maps are also available at the front desk.
Pool seating has been reduced to provide spacing for appropriate social distancing. Pool chairs & tables are sanitized after use and fresh towels are replaced.
The hotel features a 24/7 fitness center with Life Fitness aerobic equipment, free weights, kettle bells, resistance cables and stability balls. The swimming pool and hot tub are available to guests daily from 6:00AM – 11:00PM.
Or, treat yourself to a day of relaxation and rejuvenation at The Gainey Village Health Club & Spa, just a short walk away. Pamper yourself at The Spa featuring a full-service salon and 25 private treatment rooms where you can “renew and refresh body, mind and spirit.” The Spa at Gainey Village was recently voted “Best Day Spa in Arizona” by Self Magazine and “One of the Top 10 Health Clubs in America” by Fitness Magazine.
The spa’s exclusive, private 68,000-square-foot athletic club offers two levels of aerobics, weight training, resistance machines, a Cross Fit Center, a full indoor basketball court, racquetball and squash courts, an indoor track, heated 25-yard lap pool...plus spin, Pilates, yoga and hot yoga classes, and top-notch locker facilities with sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. After your workout, relax in the club café and lounge.
Guests of Sonesta Suites Scottsdale Gainey Ranch receive special member discounts for both the Health Club and Spa.
Here’s all that you’ll enjoy as a guest:
- 68,000 square-foot private athletic club
- 2 heated swimming pools
- Full-service café and club lounge
- 12,000 square-foot spa featuring 25 private treatment rooms
- Full-service hair salon
- Complimentary use of the Health Club with any hour-long or longer service
- Adults only environment and child-care by appointment
- VIP treatment room
- Lounge areas with free tea service
- Labyrinth walks and 8 interpretive niche areas to deepen your appreciation for the desert
- Walking and running trails through Gainey and McCormick Ranch past parks, lakes, and on citrus- and palm-lined streets