Innisbrook, a Salamander Resort, will begin 2020 – its 50th year – with a comprehensive remodeling of its guest accommodations.
The resort, located near Tampa in Palm Harbor, Fla., is completing extensive upgrades to the interior of its executive-, one- and two-bedroom condo-style suites to feature an appealing and modern look. Each unit will be completely refreshed to receive all new furniture, furnishings, flooring, stainless-steel appliances, quartz counters, cabinets, lighting and draperies.
Each of the resort’s condo-style accommodations feature complete kitchens and private balconies overlooking the golf courses and rolling landscape.
“Innisbrook has been a revered destination for golfers, families and conference groups for nearly 50 years, and the upgrades made to our accommodations have already received rave reviews,” said Managing Director Mike Williams. “These improvements are just another testament to our commitment to delivering a superior guest experience.”
Innisbrook’s suites, which are located in low-rise lodge buildings, have retained their unique exterior design. Williams said they are intended to blend into the property’s 900 wooded acres through the use of a “back-to-nature” style of seclusion for the guest.
Sine its opening in 1970, Innisbrook has been on of the country’s top golf resorts, featuring four courses, as well as a four restaurants and bars, Innisbrook Golf Institute, tennis center, Salamander Spa and three conference halls. The Larry Packard-designed Copperhead course is among the better courses in the Southeast, and is annual host to Valspar Championship on the PGA Tour.
The Copperhead, along with the resort’s Island, North and South courses, each have been renovated within the past five years.
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