Tuesday, September 13, 2011

You Don't Have to be a Golfer to Get a Hole in One at Innisbrook

I am happy we made the choice to stay at Innisbrook Golf Resort (www.Innisbrookgolfresort.com) in Palm Harbor, Fla., for our recent trip to the Clearwater area. 

Although most people know Innisbrook for its immaculate, rolling golf courses and the host of the PGA’s Transitions Championship, there is so much more to experience there.
There is no doubt that this resort has some of the most beautiful courses in the world. Even though I don’t golf, I sat on my patio and enjoyed the luscious green course with numerous trees and ponds. We also enjoyed swimming in the resort swimming pool with waterfalls.

I had the good fortune to get a massage at the resort’s Indaba Spa (www.SpaatInnisbrook.com). I would recommend the Signature Citrus Massage to anyone. The combination of a Swedish massage, plus heat and a citrus scrub, make for a completely relaxing and rejuvenating experience at the same time. The Citrus Massage is $130 for 50 minutes and is well worth the price. The spa has a unique feature: you can bring your iPod and plug it into speakers in each treatment room. It also has a peaceful labyrinth path outside. This is really the place to stay and relax for the day.

The guest suites are a great deal too: they start at $590 per week for one-bedroom suites with full working kitchens. Then, there is the food. Check back next week for my review of both Innisbrook and Palm Harbor’s top restaurants.

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