Rocco Forte Opens Family Resort in Sicily


The Rocco Forte Collection’s Verdura Golf and Spa Resort is now open in Sicily. The 570-acre resort, complete with 1.2 miles of private coastline, two 18-hole and one nine-hole golf courses, a 43,000 square-foot spa and four restaurants, is in southwest Sicily, a one-hour drive from Palermo.

Families will be able to enjoy Verdura’s Kids Club (for four- to 12-year-olds) and Teenagers Club (for 13- to 18-year-olds), land and sea activities, including tennis, sailing, windsurfing and a two-tiered swimming pool.

Prices start at $590 per room, per night based on two people sharing a deluxe room including breakfast in the low season, and $1,123 in the high season. All guests booking a stay at Verdura through December 31 can enjoy the resort’s introductory promotion offering guests a series of additional benefits at no extra cost, including dinner, golf and spa treatments.

Families booking a stay at Verdura Golf & Spa Resort on a bed-and-breakfast basis through December 31 can enjoy the following benefits:
•    A 50 percent discount on the second room booked for two children ages four through 18
•    Complimentary three-course dinner every evening for all family members
•    Complimentary daily lunch for children under three years
•    50 percent discount on daily lunch for children aged four to 12
•    Complimentary green fees for unlimited golf on all three courses (for parents only)
•    A complimentary 50-minute spa treatment for each three-night stay (for master/parents room only)
•    A babysitting service is available on request

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