Save some money at one of Orlando's and Florida's top, new destination hotels with one of two golf packages: Deluxe Golf; and Golfer's Retreat.
Available August through December 2007, The "Deluxe Golf" package offer golfers the best of Central Florida golf experiences and starts at $181 per night, single occupancy and $240 per night, double occupancy (inclusive of tax and subject to availability) and includes: Luxury accommodations (among the largest guestrooms in Central Florida at 436 gross sq. ft.) One round of golf per person at Shingle Creek Golf Club, golf cart, range balls, GPS, club cleaning, locker and storage Breakfast buffet per person at Café Osceola Complimentary scheduled shuttle based on availability and discounted tickets to Sea World and Universal Orlando Optional one-hour lesson at the onsite Brad Brewer Golf Academy for an additional $130 per person.
The "Golfer's Retreat" package offers world-class golf followed by a relaxing respite at the hotel's 13,000 square foot spa and an evening of culinary delights at Cala Bella. This package is based on a two-night minimum and starts at $606 single occupancy and $968 double occupancy (inclusive of tax and subject to availability) and includes:
Luxury accommodations (among the largest guestrooms in Central Florida) One round of golf per person at Shingle Creek Golf Club, golf cart, range balls, GPS, club cleaning, locker and storage, breakfast buffet each day per person at Café Osceola, lunch one day per person, dinner one evening per person at Cala Bella, the hotel's Italian fine dining bistro, one Shingle Creek Golfer's Delight per person, a massage created specifically for golfers, in which heated golf balls are used to relieve any discomfort and to restore proper balance and flexibility, special golf amenity per person, complimentary shuttle based on availability and discounted tickets to Sea World and Universal Orlando, optional one-hour lesson at the onsite Brad Brewer Golf Academy for an additional $130 per person.
The course, which opened in December 2003, features undulating fairways and interconnecting waterways bordered by the natural backdrop of dense oaks and pines along historic Shingle Creek. The club has received numerous awards including "Top 100 Golf Shop" designation from Golf World magazine and the "Greens of Distinction" from Corporate Incentive & Travel magazine. Most recently Brad Brewer, who heads Shingle Creek's renowned Brad Brewer Golf Academy offering first-rate golf instruction including computerized swing analysis, was named one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers for 2007-2008.
The 1,500-room resort is conveniently located at 9939 Universal Blvd., just off the International Drive tourist district and ten minutes from the Orlando International Airport.
A golfer's dream.
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