Desert Springs Resort offers the perfect destination to stay and play The Indiana, Europe’s only award-winning Par 72 international championship desert course, inspired by the top quality desert courses of Arizona.
The variety of Lodge accommodation and facilities offer an unbeatable qualitative difference for your holiday. Accommodation is individually set around the acclaimed championship Indiana Course, in an extensive range of large luxury villas, townhouses and apartments. This makes for an extremely relaxed and sophisticated feel for your holiday, with accommodation superior too, and more exclusive than, in a conventional hotel.
The spacious country villas all have fairway frontage and private pools, whilst the clusters of pueblo villas, townhouses and apartments, are set around pools and exquisitely landscaped courtyard gardens.
The individual style and setting of each element of the accommodation, within this beautiful rock and cactus desert parkland, with its spectacular views and golden light, create a sensation of great luxury, a tremendous feeling of wellbeing and an ambience of supreme serenity.
Our commitment is to do what we can to exceed your expectations, with a truly warm and friendly welcome and an uncompromising level of service that you would not expect this side of the great pond.
Desert Springs Resort is different and the quality in depth of that difference becomes apparent from the moment you arrive.
Here at Desert Springs Resort you can tailor-make your own special programme by booking your accommodation and joining it up with your golfing requirements, whatever you want is just fine with us and our Resort Sales Team will help you to get your ideal golf break itinerary.
"We have created a course which really can be enjoyed by players of all different standards, we have kept the fairways generous and ensured that the less expert player can enjoy and improve his game whilst absorbing the awesome landscape and views that encompass The Indiana.
On the other hand, every hole has features which can be brought into play; the springs, watercourses, dry river beds, rock and cactus areas and bunkers are strategically located to examine the skills of golf's leading players when playing off the championship tees.”
Course designer Peter McEvoy