Salamander Hospitality is living up to its promise of returning Innisbrook Golf Resort and Club to its former position of prominence. Innisbrook was purchased by Salamander Hospitality in July 2007. Since then, the resort has undergone a complete transformation, which will include the opening of a new luxury spa and fitness center in Spring 2009.
The resort has finished renovating the last of its three conference and convention centers, which is part of a $25 million restoration and rejuvenation project. In addition to installing new furnishings in all of its 65,000 square feet of function space, which includes the largest exhibit hall in Pinellas County, Innisbrook has added two new 16-seat executive boardrooms. The resort has also completely renovated Johnson’s penthouse suite, which overlooks the 18th green of the Copperhead Course, home to the PGA Tour’s Transitions Championship.
“The conference room interiors look and feel brand new,” says Innisbrook Managing Director Chuck Pomerantz. “They are beautifully appointed and feature design elements like Axminster carpets. Coupled with the superior level of service we provide, Innisbrook is ready to host the most high-profile meeting or event.”
Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club is situated on 900 wooded acres of rolling hills and 70 acres of lakes on Florida’s Gulf Coast and just 25 minutes from Tampa International Airport. Innisbrook features 72 holes of championship golf, 620 guest suites and rooms, four restaurants and three bars, the Innisbrook Golf Institute, 11 tennis courts, fitness and racquetball center, six heated swimming pool complexes, a nature preserve, and three conference halls with 65,000 square feet of meeting space.