Every room at the PGA National Resort & Spa now has new floor coverings, furniture and bedding. There are iPod docking stations and 42-inch flat screen TVs in every room. Selecting the perfect room has been narrowed down to a simple process. Guests get to choose the size of the room and kind of view they prefer. It’s all a matter of whether they prefer the luxury suites, villas, or guestrooms, or if they want to have a view of the golf resort’s courses, Club Cottage, pool, or have the easiest possible access to the spa.
Guestrooms provide a luxurious escape, but those who want more living and dining space will want to upgrade to the Junior Suites. Either way, guests will get their own balcony or terrace.
PGA & Legends Suites will treat guests to an elegant living and sitting room while having the choice to enjoy three balconies that give access to views of the Fazio driving range.
The Presidential Suite has a huge living space and private master bedrooms. There are two balconies, each giving a spectacular view of the Champion’s 18th hole in one big panorama.
Media Suites are dedicated to guests who are looking for a lot of high-tech fun and relaxation. There is a huge recreational room with a sectional sofa and two 55-inch LCD HD TVs in the living room and one in the bedroom.
As the name suggests, the Spa Suites were designed to give guests the feel of being pampered in their own room. Apart from the calming interior design, upholstered head and footboards, and a king-size bed, guests will love the private spa area where they can have their in-room spa services.
The Club Cottages are all in one corner of the resort as little villas with all the comforts and privacy of home, whilst giving easy access to the resort’s spa, room service, and housekeeping amenities. It even comes with a kitchen and patio.
PGA National Resort & Spa, a Luxury Getaway in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida - Photo: