W Scottsdale Unveils SCULPT Package with Celebrity Trainer

Lucas James, celebrity personal trainer

On April 4, the W Scottsdale will unveil a new overnight fitness package called SCULPT. The package includes a consultation, assessment, a W Sportique tank or tee and a one-hour training session with celebrity trainer Lucas James. James owns Arizona's only accredited luxury fitness company and was recently named "Best Trainer" in Arizona by Arizona Foothills Magazine.

In addition to a personal training session, the SCULPT package also includes accommodations in a W Scottsdale Spa Suite with a freestanding soaking tub and floor-to-ceiling windows. Spa amenities from the hotel's Bliss Spa can be added on including custom airbrush tans and "fatgirlism" anti-cellulite treatments. The SCULPT Package is part of a brand-wide W Hotels FUEL initiative which motivates guests to "Detox/Retox/Repeat." Rates for the overnight package start at $579 for a SPA Suite and $379 for a Wonderful King Room. 

W Scottsdale also recently launched the Sculpt Sessions with Lucas James. Open to guests and locals, the workouts are led by Lucas on the hotel's rooftop WET Pool Deck. The next Sculpt Session classes will be held at 6:00 PM on April 5, April 12, and April 26 and are open to all fitness levels (must be 18+). Participants are encouraged to arrive at 5:30 PM to check-in and warm-up. Admission is free for hotel guests and $10 per class for locals. 

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The W Scottsdale boasts 224 rooms ranging from the 360 square-foot Wonderful Suite to the 2,150 square-foot Extreme Wow Suite. Other hotel amenities include the WET Pool, W Hotels The Store, WIRED business center and three Tesla charging stations. 

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