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Idaho casino course offering stay-and-play packages17 February 2012
WORLEY, Idaho -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Circling Raven Golf Club – the highly decorated amenity of the Coeur D'Alene Casino Resort Hotel in scenic Northern Idaho – today announces a new, All-Inclusive Stay-and-Play Package, offering substantial savings on golf, lodging, dining and spa treatments.
For $299 per person, guests receive two nights lodging (double occupancy) in the luxury Spa Tower of the newly expanded Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort, a round of golf for two, $50 per person spa service credit, $25 per person dining credit, and $15 of “casino cash” if enrolled in the Rewards Club. The deal offers a total savings of $200 and is valid seven days a week.
“Circling Raven and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe are committed to providing a high-quality experience at affordable rates,” said Circling Raven Director of Golf Tom Davidson, PGA America Resort Category Merchandiser of the Year in 2011. “The resort expansion and All-Inclusive Stay-and-Play Package further enhance the value and options we offer guests.”
Last spring, the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort, rated a “Premier Golf Resort” by GOLF Magazine, opened nearly 100 upscale hotel rooms in two towers overlooking the golf course. Other new amenities include a gourmet steakhouse, a 15,000-square-foot, full-service spa, a sports bar and café, and a 10-acre “Front Yard” that serves as an outdoor amphitheater for concerts and other outdoor events.
Daily rates at Circling Raven Golf Club – a Gene Bates design that meanders through 620 acres, with only 100 representing cultivated ground – are $65 (Monday – Thursday) and $75 (Friday – Sunday) from April through May 17. After May 17, the rate is $80 on weekdays and $95 on weekends. Same day replay rates are $45.
Single-night, stay-and-play deals are also available, starting at $99 per person and include one night lodging (double occupancy) in the Spa Tower and 18 holes of golf for two, plus cart with GPS and use of the expansive practice facility.