May 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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
Nearest Airport: PIE
Amenities for Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort
- General Information
- Non-Smoking Property
- Pet Friendly
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- In-Room Amenities
- Meeting Rooms
- Kids Pool
- Kids Club
Reviews for Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort
We are a family of four, two kids aged 8 and 10. Just arrived home from a ten-night stay at Innisbrook resort and I have to say it was excellent. The resort is absolutely stunning and we all loved to Loch ness pool. The main thing that made our stay so great was the staff, from front desk to housekeeping they were friendly and helpful. Nothing seemed to much trouble. We do not play golf but just used the resort as a base to explore the area. With 24-hour security, the resort feels very safe and secure. The only small negatives that we found were that the dĂ©cor in our suit, 2519 Hoylake, was a little dated and the kitchen was, for our needs, a little under equipped, although the Salamander Grill restaurant is excellent and reasonably priced.
fletchja - Basildon, United Kingdom
Went to Innisbrook for a short golf stop on the way back from Streamsong. Played Copperhead and South. Copperhead wasn't in great shape. Service was marginal. Light years from the Streamsong experience. South would have been poorly rated as a city muni. Absolutely terrible layout and very poor conditions. Accomodations were no better. A time warp. Looked and felt like the 70's. Entire building had an offensive odor. Food and bar was more of the same. Marginal food at prices of a 5 Star restaurant. Shot of T**os vodka was $15.45! Taxes & gratuity made it $20 a shot. Just gouging! Don't see any reason to return.
Daniel C - Flushing, Michigan
Great for the Price. Amazingly Beautiful property and golf courses are truly unique. You can walk for hours and bird watch and animal watch like crazy. The Loch Ness Pool is an awesome place for kids, water slides, beach.... they love it. They have trams/buses that run the property for free all day and night, a great amenity. Only 'negative'... some of the rooms are slightly outdated and could use a little imporvement.
We had problems with customer service since the moment we checked in. Be advised that the rooms are different and the front desk staff don't appear to know the amenities of each room. We were placed in a room without a tub which was a necessity for us. Once we checked in to the room and discovered this we called the front desk who reported that they would have to send a staff member to the other rooms to see if they had a tub. After over an hour wait I called back and was informed by a very rude supervisor that they were busy and hadn't had time to check for us. We were relocated to another room but it was dirty, outdated and loud. There was a bloody fingerprint on the bathroom door and mold on the seal of the refrigerator. The stove was very outdated and difficult to cook on. There was construction behind our building and we could hear everything being said in the room next to us. The first day housekeeping took our towels, did not provide new ones, and did not refill the coffee. The second day housekeeping simply did not show up and we had to call and ask for towels/more coffee. The third day housekeeping was a no show again. I called the front desk and they assured they would make sure they came to clean the room, which they did, but I expect better service and amenities staying at a "resort".
Not what it's all cracked up to be. Customer service leaves a lot to be desired. Had to call housekeeping twice for coffee, tea and shampoo. Front desk staff was rude. Waited over an hour for my room with no apology. Resort itself needs some updating
Elizabeth K - Troy, New York