Luxury experience awaits golfers staying at Waldorf Astoria OrlandoLuxury experience awaits golfers staying at Waldorf Astoria Orlando
If you’re looking for a five-star golf, hotel and dining experience in Orlando, this might be the right time to check out the new Waldorf Astoria in Bonnet Creek.
The golf course is a 7,100-yard understated, classic style layout. It’s reminiscent of some of America’s best old-style courses, featuring smaller greens guarded by bunkers and water.
Waldorf Astoria G.C. is open to the public, and you can expect to pay anywhere between $125 to $170 for green fees. But right now you can stay and play at the resort for as little as $279 with unlimited golf.
If that sounds expensive, consider that rooms alone at a hotel the quality of the Waldorf Astoria typically cost that much or more. These are the types of hotels where everything is first-rate – the beds, the linens, the service and the food.
The latter can be enjoyed at the Bull & Bear Steakhouse, which is modeled after the legendary original in Manhattan. The restaurant features certified Angus Beef Natural, 21-day dry aged steaks and great seafood. The dining room overlooks the golf course and signature cabana pool.
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