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Well, reading all of these reviews, I cannot believe what people are saying. You are not at the Marriott in Toronto people. Where else can you go and golf unlimited golf, all day cart and breakfast and dinner, at an awesome price. Yes I understand...More
My Aunt and I were crazy enough to golf the front 9 here in some stifling nasty heat. (We love the game!) When we first arrived we were told that as per club rules we couldn’t wear sleeveless shirts and so we complied and changed...More
Myself and my friends have been coming to this resort for three years now and have loved it every time. We stay at the hotel, eat at the restaurant, and the package we book includes unlimited golf with golf cart. The course is in phenomenal...More
PLEASE DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY AT THIS BEAT-UP, 1-STAR ESTABLISHMENT!
My wife and I purchased a "Stay'n'Play" package for 2 people that included 2 rounds of golf w/ carts and a sleeve of "Canada Logo" balls per person per round each. Overnight...More
This is my first stay here and I will not be back. I would rather use a hotel in Sarnia or Grand Bend. We got the room and walked into the room and the room was about 10 degrees absolutely freezing. The TV was not...More
Response from drinkgruner | Reviewed this property |
The golf course is at the hotel...step out of your room and you have arrived. You will have to call the hotel to find out what their rates are, I am sure they are reasonable. I would think they have packages that may even... More
The golf course is at the hotel...step out of your room and you have arrived. You will have to call the hotel to find out what their rates are, I am sure they are reasonable. I would think they have packages that may even include food?!
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"I think we stay in room 236 or 238 end of the hall looking onto the 18th green"