With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, sun-dappled meadows and rushing rivers, not to mention all the amenities of The Village, Suncadia Resort in Washington offers a wealth of year 'round activities - perfect for a Pacific Northwest vacation with your family or a group. Miles of hiking and biking trails. Thirty-six holes of mountain golf. The 2.2 million acre Wenatchee Washington National Forest.
Play Unlimited Golf at Suncadia
Resort Invites Guests to Enjoy Unlimited Championship Golf and Overnight Accommodations
Roslyn, Wash. (June 5, 2012) – Suncadia, a year-round mountain resort community located just 90 minutes east of Seattle, invites guests to enjoy multiple rounds of golf on the resort’s two award-winning public golf courses with its Swing your Sticks lodging and unlimited golf package. From now to October 5, 2012, guests can unwind at Suncadia with the property’s exceptional amenities, polish their swing at Prospector Driving Range and spend the day on Rope Rider and Prospector golf courses.
Suncadia’s unlimited golf package features deluxe overnight accommodations at either The Lodge at Suncadia or Trailhead Condominiums, unlimited golf access for each paying adult on Prospector and Rope Rider courses and unlimited use of the Prospector Driving Range.
“We are thrilled to offer guests the unlimited golf package this year,” said Brady Hatfield, director of golf operations for Suncadia. “Whether golfers are novices or experts, this opportunity is ideal for guests to enjoy multiple rounds of golf in the same day on the Prospector and Rope Rider courses.”
Named one of the "Best New Public Courses" by Golf Digest magazine and selected as one of the Top 50 new courses by Golf Week Magazine in 2007, Prospector is 18 holes of exquisite mountain golf. Created by the Palmer Course Design Company, the course is playable for all skill levels and presents challenges for the more experienced golfer. Opened in August 2011, Rope Rider, which was named 2011 Best New Course of the Year by Golf Magazine, is the newest course at Suncadia and compliments Prospector and the property’s private club Tumble Creek. Rope Rider’s par-72 course is a Jacobsen Hardy Golf Course Design and boasts more than 7,300 yards from the back tees and accommodates family golf with youth tees on every hole and shorter three and six-hole loops.
Suncadia’s two public courses headline a variety of luxury amenities at the resort including Portals Restaurant, the Swim & Fitness Center and the Glade Spring Spa. Suncadia is the only resort of its kind to feature a winery within its boundaries, Swiftwater Cellars, which crushes grapes on-site and offers premium Swiftwater Cellars’ wines and Pacific Northwest cuisine; mountain outlooks and championship golf.
Rates for the unlimited golf and lodging package start at $149 per person. Starting tee time will be confirmed at time of reservation and subsequent tee times to be arranged at the pro shop upon arrival. Rates based on double occupancy and additional greens fees apply for extra adults. Package is available on room reservations Sunday through Thursday nights with golf play Sundays through Fridays.
All packages are subject to availability and rates do not include tax or gratuities. Offer not valid Saturdays or selected holidays. Black-out dates may apply. For more information about the Swing your Sticks packages, please visit www.suncadia.com or call (866) 904-6301.
Suncadia has quickly become a recreational playground for Seattleites and travelers across the Pacific Northwest. Located 90 minutes east of Seattle in the Cascade Mountains, Suncadia is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, offering a unique combination of activities and amenities that make it an ideal Northwest getaway and resort residential community. Suncadia Resort received the 2012 AAA Four Diamond Award, the third time the resort has received this award since its opening in 2007.
Suncadia is set on six miles of pristine Cle Elum River frontage, with 80 percent of the resort community designated as open space. It features over 50 miles of hiking and biking trails and is a certified Built Green Community. Its three golf courses - Prospector and Rope Rider Golf Courses and the private Tumble Creek Golf Course - were ranked among the top ‘10 Best New Courses in America’ in 2006 and 2011 by Golf Digest. The third golf course, Rope Rider, was named 2011 Best New Course of the Year by Golf Magazine.
Amenities at Suncadia Resort include Portals restaurant, two bars, the Suncadia Swim & Fitness Center, a skating rink and outdoor amphitheater, and the LEED Silver-Certified Glade Spring Spa. Ownership opportunities throughout the resort vary from condominiums to cabin-style homes to open lots for custom homes throughout nine individual neighborhoods.
Suncadia Resort is operated by Destination Hotels & Resorts, a subsidiary of Lowe Enterprises, Inc. For more information about Suncadia, please visit www.suncadia.com.
Suncadia is also home to the renowned Swiftwater Cellars winery, Washington’s ultimate destination winery, offers guests an unparalleled experience complete with fine wine and excellent service. Please visit www.swiftwatercellars.com
About Destination Hotels & Resorts
Destination Hotels & Resorts is a privately held hospitality management company headquartered in Colorado. With more than 35 independent, luxury and upscale hotels, resorts and golf clubs, Destination is the third largest hospitality management company in the country. The company’s portfolio features more than 9,100 guest rooms, 16 golf courses and 16 full-service spas. Destination Hotels & Resorts properties are located in key metropolitan and resort markets including Washington, D.C., Seattle, Denver, San Diego, Santa Fe, Aspen, Austin, Phoenix, Portland, Palm Springs, Palos Verdes, Maui and Lake Tahoe. The company is a subsidiary of Los Angeles-based investment, development and management firm Lowe Enterprises.
For a complete list of properties in the Destination Hotels & Resorts collection, please visit www.destinationhotels.com.Back to Press Releases