Golf season is here, and aside from watching your favorite golf stars play, why not head to resorts featuring the finest golf courses in the world? Caribbean golf resorts offer that and more, so take your friends and family and embark on a trip of a lifetime.
Caribbean golf resorts are found in some of the most beautiful destinations in the world, and aside from high-quality golf courses, guests can also experience other luxury-style living in these opulent resorts, from feasting on the finest food to experiencing the highest class of modern hospitality. Here are some of the best Caribbean golf resorts in the world:
AlSol Hotels & Resorts, Dominican Republic. Located in the luxurious Cap Cana region of the Dominican Republic, AlSol Hotels & Resorts offer a golf package to golf enthusiasts and professional athletes alike in all of their resorts in the area. Perks and freebies in the package include one round of golf per person at the world-famous Jack Nicklaus Award-winning Punta Espada Golf Course, 30-40 percent off an all-inclusive stay, and 10 percent off one beachside dinner.
Iberostar's Grand Hotel Paraiso, Mexico. Golf enthusiasts and epicureans alike are welcome in Iberostar's Grand Hotel Paraiso. From personal butlers to a stunning 18-hole course designed by world-renowned golf course designer, P.B. Dye, only the finest services and amenities are offered to the guests. An adults-only paradise, golf beginners shouldn't worry about playing as well. Private lessons can be requested from the professional instructor in the hotel.
Carolina Bay, Bermuda. Soon to be home to luxury branded Ritz-Carlton Reserve Residences, Carolina Bay is sure to entice golf professionals and enthusiasts around the world. It's a 182-acre, ultra-luxury, master planned, waterfront destination and community located in the west end of Bermuda in Southampton and Sandy Parishes, and residence owners will get a complimentary one-year membership to Port Royal Golf Club.
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