Stay and Play Golf Package at The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village

Florida is one of our favorite destinations and I can't wait to make it down to St. Augustine for golf, history, and spending time on the beach. Oh yeah and did you know that the World Golf Hall of Fame is there too?

The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village has just completed a massive renovation and is ready to welcome guests with a new Stay and Play Golf Package at only $279 per room (based on two golfers).

ST. AUGUSTINE, FL (April 2010) – If you’re looking for a great value, and enjoy playing golf, you should check out the “Stay and Play Golf Package” that is being offered by the newly-renovatedRenaissance Resort at World Golf Village in Northeast Florida. The St. Augustine, Florida resort recently completed a comprehensive $10 million property-wide renovation, and is located right next to the impressive World Golf Hall of Fame, the ultimate destination for the celebration of golf’s greatest players, with fun interactive exhibits and historic golf artifacts.

The resort’s “Stay and Play Golf Package” includes:  deluxe accommodations in a newly-remodeled room for one night; one round of golfon the resort’s popular Slammer & Squire championship course or renowned King & Bear championship course, per golfer; breakfast daily; and range balls. In addition, the package includes a World Golf Hall of Fame ticket for each golfer, which provides admission to the World Golf Hall of Fame, admission to a film at the World Golf Hall of Fame’s IMEX Theater (a non special engagement film); and a round on the Hall of Fame’s 18-hole championship putting course for each golfer. Based on two golfers in the room, the package is from $279 per room, per night. Based on one golfer, the rate is from $179 per room, per night. The package is available June 1-August 31, 2010, based on space availability. Reference promotional code ZJ2 when booking the package for two golfers, or promotional code G4U when booking the package for one golfer.

For reservations or additional information, call 888-740-7020 or 904-940-8000, or visit www.WorldGolfRenaissance.com .

“If you’re looking to take a golf getaway, this is a great package that enables you to play golf, visit the impressive World Golf Hall of Fame, and stay at our newly renovated resort,” said Mark Schwantner, general manager of The Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village.

The Renaissance Resort features 301 completely remodeled guest rooms and suites, a dramatically-renovated lobby, newly-remodeled guest room corridors, an expanded fitness center, a remodeled billiard room, and a new restaurant and bar.

Guest rooms and suites feature new furniture, soft goods, window treatments, lighting, flat-panel screen LCD HDTV televisions, and the Marriott JackPack, which provides complete connectivity to the guests for laptops, MP3 players, digital cameras, and video game players. The rooms and suites feature a contemporary design with an Asian feel, which includes rich red bed coverings, crisp white linens, along with a color scheme of warm neutral gold. In-room offerings also include high-speed Internet access, two telephones with data ports, a wet bar and refrigerator, and in-room coffee.

The resort also boasts a dramatically remodeled 10-story atrium lobby, which now has a Colonial/Asian theme with new furniture, carpeting and foliage, as well as a colorful new 7-story modern hanging sculpture that captures the wind and air elements, reminiscent of open Florida skies.

Recreational offerings at The Renaissance Resort include the two championship golf courses, a professional golf simulator, a sauna, pool, hot tub, tennis courts, and full-service concierge. Guests also are an easy walk to The World Golf Hall of Fame’s 18-hole putting course, a 132-yard Island Challenge Hole, the IMAX® Theater, and the Walk of Champions. In addition, guests can take golf lessons at the renowned PGA TOUR Golf Academy.

When visiting the resort, guests have the opportunity to visit nearby pristine Atlantic beaches, as well as explore historic St. Augustine. Founded in 1565, the area is rich with Spanish architecture, with charming cobblestone streets and many fascinating historical sites such as the historic Castillo de San Marcos fort, and The Fountain of Youth.

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