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Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort in Palm Harbor, Florida

Look out over the verdant green fairway, with a drink in hand, and feel yourself unwinding after a long day of golf - you will realize what a vacation can be. At Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort, part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, indulge in fine foods, luxurious appointments and four premium golf courses are a reality. With 620 rooms, spread over 900 acres of beautiful ground in northwest Tampa, Florida, the Innisbrook Resort is an example of beautiful modernity. Enjoy a private balcony overlooking one of the courses, or relax on a luxurious bed while your favorite song plays out of the iPod connection in the room. When you are ready to hit the links again, just step outside and stroll to the clubhouse.

Known for its amazing golf options, the resort features 72 holes over four separate courses, of which the best known is Copperhead Course, home of the Transitions Championship. For those guests who feel like they would like a little practice before such a challenge, the professional golf school and coaches have 10 acres of practice facilities to help hone your game. Or for a more family-oriented outing there is the Fox Squirrel Course for beginners of any age. If you would like a vacation from golf, rent a bicycle and ride through the natural preservation, or pick up a pole and head for some fishing in Lake Innisbrook. Once you have exhausted your day in the beautiful outdoors head to the steakhouse, where premium dry-aged steaks, and ice cold martinis, only make the stunning view of Copperhead Course better. At Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort this kind of luxury is truly what a vacation can be.

Location of Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort
36750 U.S. Highway 19 North
Palm Harbor, Florida

Nearest Airport: PIE

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Reviews for Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Went with our two grandkids for a night. The room was nice, had a pull out couch for the two of them to sleep on. Well kept grounds, pools very nice. Hot tub at Island Club was not working properly and could have used a cleaning. All the help seem nice and helpful. Major disappointment was the pool with all the slides which would have been perfect for our grandchildren was being resurfaced. Also remember to bring your own towels for the pool. Have fun

havingfuntraveling - Lutz, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I stayed here for 9 nights with my church organization for meetings and this was a fantastic, beautiful place to stay. The service was spectacular and phenomenal with friendly atmosphere. The maid forgot to leave towels, hand towels and wash cloths when she cleaned my room but the housekeeping staff were very apologetic and brought those items when I called for them. I highly recommend this place for all ages !!!

Steven B

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We were 4 couples doing a 3 day getaway. After checking in we went to our rooms, a little dated but clean and comfortable. We had a 1 bedroom suite with a comfortable king size bed. after getting into your room there is no need for your car (as long as you remain on property) just make a call and a shuttle will bring you anywhere on property. Our package included 3 rounds of golf on one of the four courses. We played the South course, Copperhead ( a must) and the Island course. All the courses were in great shape, and the staff could not be any more friendly or helpful. All in all a great time was had by all.The only complaint would be that the rooms are not very elderly friendly, one of our party has knee problems, and with no elevators going up and down 3 flight of stairs was very difficult. We should have requested 1st floor rooms since we are all in our late sixties and seventies. One other issue was the WiFi poor at best. Would we return again, most certainly.

DickEzo - The Villages, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We are on our 4th trip in a row to this resort. The platinum plan is awesome for a buddy's trip. The rooms are nice the service is top notch. The golf is fantastic although the south course was a bit worn out and out of shape. The Island course was beautiful and the Copperhead course is always a gem both are in great shape. The food here is the best of any golf resort we ever stayed at and weve been on the Florida circut of 25 years. Already booked next years trip. Counting down the days

JohnnySands - Verona, New Jersey

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A group of 12 people made the trip to Palm Harbor, Florida for an early Fall weekend of golf, laughter and indulgence to celebrate a 50th Birthday and no one came away disappointed. Golf: 3 consecutive days of golf on different courses (they have 4 and keep 3 open at a time) was the centerpiece of our co-ed stay. The courses were in very good shape and professionally operated by courteous staff who couldn't quite do enough to enhance our experience. Greens fees and whatever accoutrements required for play could be charged to the room ("who needs cash here?"). Lodging: Nicely appointed rooms in these European styled buildings were conveniently located around the grounds. While the decor seemed stuck in the 70's, everything seemed to be well kept & clean with modern appliances. The rooms are essentially suites with small kitchens (stove, sink, fridge, etc) so don't hesitate to run out food shopping after you've arrived. There are outdoor pool areas scattered around the grounds which are accessible to all guests. The pool adjacent to the Lytham Bldg also had a grill where we could get food and beverages (please charge to the room) throughout our stay. Spa: I didn't partake but a handful of people did get pedicures to massage treatments and to a person they all raved about their experiences. Dining: The food was very good and staff onsite were incredibly warm and friendly. These people are truly service-oriented and made us all feel at home (like family) at breakfast, lunch & dinner. I can't say enough about the young ladies who served us breakfast each morning and greeted us with smiles, laughter and delicious sustenance (the potatoes amaze) to start our every day. Overall Value: The room rates were reasonable and fair. The price of golf got a little steep but hell, I was playing Copperhead, the home to the Valspar Championship on the PGA Tour. The cost of charging every meal, beer and greens fee to my room may have shocked me at checkout but it did provide a road map of our fun-filled Weekend on our receipt. We're currently discussing who needs to turn 50 for a return trip next year 😀

Stephen F

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