The Springhill Suites Offers Golfers The Opportunity To Play Palmer’s Home Course At Latrobe Country Club
[dropcap size=small]U[/dropcap]nless you are a member, Arnold Palmer’s home course at the Latrobe Country Club has been off limits — until now. Springhill Suites Pittsburgh/Latrobe owned by Arnold Palmer and Concord Hospitality offers golfers the advantage of tee-times when staying at the award-winning hotel. It’s a great opportunity for Palmer fans to have an authentic Arnie experience.
Nestled in the Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania, the high-quality hotel has been an integral part of the community since it opened in 2012. Chosen from more than 300 SpringHill suites across the U.S. and Canada, the facility was recently honored during Marriott’s annual conference and gala, receiving ten awards including the brand’s Hotel of the Year and the Diamond Circle Award. According to Palmer: “Earning Hotel of the Year for the entire brand of SpringHill Suites is a tremendous achievement that speaks to the staff and the warm hospitality they show the visitors to Latrobe. I have tremendous respect and admiration for this team and their accomplishments.”
Located at 115 Arnold Palmer Drive, across the street from the Latrobe Country Club, the 109-room, all-suite hotel features the 19th Hole cocktail lounge, created with golfers in mind. Designed to appeal to both business and leisure travellers, the hotel brand consistently ranks high in customer satisfaction. Spacious suites and intelligent room layouts allow guests to relax and reenergize. SpringHill Suites makes sure that players (and all other guests) have a good start to the day with their complimentary signature hot breakfast; there is also a 24-hour market, business services, same-day dry cleaning, guest laundry facilities, indoor swimming pool, whirlpool spa, fitness center and two meeting rooms.
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By Sherron Winer | The19thholemag.Com | Images: Concord Hospitality