Golf Escapes

Views From The Tee

The views from some tees are enough to distract even the most focused golfers. Whether in the Tuscan countryside, on a French beach, overlooking the Red Sea or the Indian Ocean, a beautiful setting will inspire a great round-or cushion the blow of an embarrassing shot. After all, it's just a game, right?
MARVEL
Marvel at the crisp air coming off the Baltic Sea while playing the 27-hole course nearby this German seaside resort, nicknamed the White Town by the Sea for its main buildings' magnificent and ...
MOTOR
Motor from this privately romantic Mauritius hotel to the golf course on its own secluded island. Four different tee decks for each hole allow for a wide range of abilities to enjoy the ...
ADMIRE
views of the Sierra Mountains and the North African coast from this Dave Thomas–designed, 18-hole course, available exclusively to guests of this classic Costa del Sol resort.
GAZE
Gaze at Lake Garda from this Renaissance palazzo's courses, designed by Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus II.
CONTEMPLATE
Contemplate the Sicilian coastline while playing one of the two Kyle Phillips-designed courses or during practice on the double-ended driving range at this Rocco Forte-owned golf and spa resort.
NAVIGATE
Navigate around the fourteen available golf courses surrounding this grand French hotel at the Queen of Norman Beaches on the northern coast of France.
ADMIRE
Admire the Cyprus tree-dotted Saturnia Valley from the first tee, just 100 meters from this Tuscan spa and golf resort.
APPRECIATE
Appreciate the history of this important golf course while staying at the 1920s Highlands resort that has been called "the eighth wonder of the world," and been frequented by the likes of Bing ...
WATCH
Watch the migrating birds and wildlife roaming around a Robert Trent Jones II-designed golf course, part of a nature reserve and adjacent to this Tunisian palace hotel, which is topped with a ...
APPRECIATE
Appreciate the mild micro-climate created in this Sardinian property's valley between the sea and mountains, home to a 27-hole golf course and the host of multiple international tournaments.
Despite the peaceful nature of many a golf course, nothing can compete with beach-time relaxation. Plus, if players are able to flop and drop on a sandy shore after a strenuous round, the next day's game will most likely benefit. Golf-widows or widowers surely won't mind their partners' 6 a.m. tee time as much if they can spend their mornings at these Leading Hotel properties in Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Barbados.

Leading Golf Casa de Campo

La Romana, Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo resort set the benchmark for luxury travel in the Dominican Republic in the early 1970’s. It continues to elevate the standard - recent developments include a glass pavilion lobby, a new swimming pool complex, and a Le Cirque – backed Beach Club. Pristine guestrooms overlook gardens and one of the resort’s driving ranges to provide a natural base for golfers to play the three renowned Pete Dye-designed courses. The most famous of which, the “Teeth of the Dog,” is considered the best in the Caribbean. Casa de Campo is a 7,000-acre resort with new hotel rooms and villas, a variety of restaurants, Cygalle Healing Spa, chic boutiques, private beaches, worldclass sports facilities, marina and the Altos de Chavon village –with museums, restaurants, an amphitheatre and church.

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Leading Spa Leading Golf Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit

Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

The Grand Velas is located in Riviera Nayarit, Nuevo Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coastline, an area known for consistently perfect weather conditions (it's sheltered by the Sierra Madre Mountains). Naturally, this serves as a stunning backdrop to the Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, an all-inclusive beachfront resort facing Banderas Bay. Kids are catered to with their own pool and activities such as treasure hunts, cooking classes and piñata making (they even have their own spa treatments). If adult travelers have the urge to do more than soak up the rays by the tiered infinity pool, the resort offers beginning-level scuba classes, beach volleyball and bike tours. Interiors are done in a contemporary style with teak furniture, private terraces and plunge pools, providing plenty of room to spread out and take in the sun-drenched setting.

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Leading Spa Leading Golf Sandy Lane

St. James, Barbados

Barbados was under British rule for more than 300 years, explaining the moniker "Little England." Today the Anglo imprint can still be seen in such popular activities as cricket and polo, but it has blended with Bajan flair—a winning combination. The best of both worlds is showcased at the fashionable Sandy Lane. The resort, which opened in 1961, ushered in a rebirth of Barbados when it emerged from a complete transformation in 2001. Guests feel coddled from the moment they check in; not at a desk but in their spacious rooms with blue-drenched vistas. Everything is over-the-top luxurious: there are three golf courses and the island's largest and most renowned spa, but the warm service and a relaxing beach scene keep that unmistakable Barbados balance of barefoot-chic.

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Leading Spa Leading Golf Secrets Marquis Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Mexico

Located near the tip of the Baja peninsula where the desert mountains meet the Sea of Cortes, the Secrets Marquis Los Cabos features a dream combination of gorgeous setting, pristine accommodations and superb amenities. Foodies can relish the nightly menu comprised of the freshest local ingredients from the Michelinpedigreed executive chef; while artistes browse the resort’s extensive collection of Latin American sculptures and paintings on display. Sybarites will prefer to book a treatment at the newly re-envisioned Spa Marquis, while sunseekers flock to one of three infinity pools overlooking the water that offers glorious sightings of dolphins, jumping rays and whales. A dream destination for golf aficionados as well, six 18-hole courses are within ten miles of the resort.

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Leading Spa Leading Golf Tortuga Bay

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Nature takes center-stage at this boutique-sized enclave, part of the PUNTACANA Resort & Club development. Five miles of pristine private beachfront the property, which is nestled in a 1,500-acre ecological reserve. The leafy setting inspired fashion designer (and Dominican Republic native) Oscar de la Renta, who created the plantation-style suite interiors here. All have balconies and feature such touches as Frette linens and Oscar de la Renta amenities. Beautiful as these serene spaces are, guests are tempted by a myriad of activities, including golf on two 18-hole courses, and tennis and water sports like snorkeling and kayaking. At the end of an active day, the Six Senses Spa (the only one in North America) beckons; many of the treatments are all-natural, making it a great fit for this special place.

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Few cultures enjoy the great outdoors-in all seasons-as much as the Swiss. During the colder months, visitors can be found skiing, snowshoeing and hiking some of the world's most beautiful terrain covered in glistening snow. And when the spring thaw melts the snow, green valleys and rolling hills are revealed. Some of the best are transformed into world-class golf courses.

Leading Spa Chalet Royalp Hôtel & Spa

Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland

In the center of the skiing area of Villars, the Chalet Royalp Hôtel & Spa boasts direct-access to the slopes in winter and golfing in summer. It combines alpine-style interior furnishings and a modern setting with Alp views. Guests will discover seasonal cuisine delights prepared by the Chef Damien Molinié. Terraces and bars offer cozy surroundings. The Spa provides an unforgettable experience with an array of beauty treatments, indoor swimming pool with an open fireplace and Jacuzzi.

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Leading Golf Hotel Guarda Golf

Crans-Montana, Switzerland

Hotel Guarda Golf is the only property in the region to offer year-round luxury accommodations and serious golf. The hotel sits on a sunny plateau overlooking a Jack Nicklaus designed course, in a seamless merging of hospitality and golf. It's also adjacent to the Severiano Ballesteros designed course that Greg Norman described as "the most spectacular tournament site in the world." The hotel can schedule tee times, book lessons and arrange indoor practice. Cross-country skiers have access to an extensive network of tracks directly from the hotel, while challenging downhill is a gondola ride away. For relaxation, there is the ultra-modern spa zone with four treatment rooms, an indoor lap pool and a traditional Hammam.

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Leading Golf Kulm Hotel St. Moritz

St. Moritz, Switzerland

The history of winter tourism and deluxe hotels in St. Moritz can be traced to the opening of the Kulm Hotel in 1856. Its Grand Restaurant enjoys an extraordinary status as the first place with electric lights in Switzerland in 1878. Since then, St. Moritz developed into a top ski resort. The gorgeous views of the Engadine valley and lake impresses all who visit, and the historical and traditional style combined with heartfelt service reflects the warmth of the hotel. The hotel facilities include a nine-hole golf course, three outdoor tennis courts and the Kulm Spa St. Moritz for guests’ enjoyment. The Marmotta Club provides our younger guests with daily activities. In summer, the Engadine valley offers a wide range of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, adventure sports and fantastic mountain lakes for sailing and windsurfing.

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