Hotel Danieli, Venice, Italy

Vila Vita Parc, Algarve, Portugal

St. Regis Mardavall, Mallorca, Spain

Castillo Hotel  Son Vida,
Majorca, Spain

Palazzo Arzaga Golf & SPA, Italy

Le Méridien Chia Laguna, Sardinia

Sofitel Thalossa Timi Ama, Sardinia

Vrede en Lust Wine Estate

Mas de Pierre, St. Paul de Vence, France

Penha Longa Atlantic Course,
Sintra, Portugal

AS Golf Hotel Son Vida,
Mallorca, Spain

Penha Longa Resort
Sintra, Portugal

St. Regis Monarch Beach,
California, USA

Palace, Sun City,
South Africa

Hotel Villa Cipriani,
Asolo, Italy

Humewood Golf Course,
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Presidio, San Francisco,

Hotel Excelsior,
Venice Lido

Fancourt Golf & Country Club,
George, SA

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Travel & Golf Recommendations

Sun City, South Africa

Hotel Palace, Sun City
South Africa

Sun City, an internationally famous casino resort lies next to a tranquil lake in the bush-covered Pilanesberg mountain range in the North West, only an hour and a half by car from Johannesburg and Pretoria - one of South Africa’s most scenic locations in the North West Province.


Sun  City  has earned its reputation as Africa’s Kingdom of  Pleasure. From sizzling entertainment, world-class casino’s and restaurants to cater for all tastes, to  more relaxed poolside venues, quiet places, lush botanical gardens and extensive sporting facilities including the Valley of Waves.

The Palace Hotel in Sun City

There are 5 hotels at Sun Hotels but without question the luxurious "Palace" is the most impressive one  with its fabulous architecture and exquisite mosaics, frescoes, and hand-painted ceilings. The "Palace" offers royal hospitality and lavishes its guests with 5 star service.

For more information follow the link: http://www.suninternational.com/resorts/suncity/

Play Golf in Sun City 

Sun City's two par-72 championship golf courses offer visitors to southern Africa's premier resort and exciting and challenging golfing experience. The Gary Player Golf Course, Home to the Internationally prestigious Nedbank Million Dollar Golf Challenge, and the desert-style Lost City Golf Course with crocodiles at the 13th hole, provide exciting play for amateur and professional alike.

Both the Gary Player Course and the newer Lost City course were designed by well known South African golfing personality, Gary Player and are set in the warm, rugged terrain of the Pilanesberg mountains.

Lost City Golf Course with the "Palace" in the back

The Lost City course, which opened in 1993, is very flexible; playing off the forward tee a course length of 5 953 meters, extending to 6 983 meters off the back tee. The course provides spectacular views; from the 11th tee, 1 230 meters above sea level, players can see 15 holes, including the 6th, 58 meters below.

The unusual water hazard is just one of the features that make The Lost City Golf Course exciting and interesting to play. No effort was spared to make the course a masterpiece.

The Lost City Golf Course is "spectator friendly", comfortably accommodating 100 000 spectators at a time. The spectator mounds at the 9th and 18th greens provide a good view of the action for a gallery of between 12 000 and 15 000 people seated on the grass.

Gary-Player-Golf Course

The Gary Player Golf Course, is acknowledged as a difficult and demanding course. Since 1979 it has been the venue for the Nedbank Million Dollar Golf Challenge, one of the richest and most exclusive events on the international golfing calendar. It requires stamina and accuracy from players; the full 6 938 metre course is undoubtedly the toughest on the subcontinent.

Like most southern Africa links, the Gary Player Golf Course uses Kikuyu grass on the tees, fairways and semi-roughs. Golfers from elsewhere have to adjust their technique to suit the surface. The Cape Bermuda grass of The Lost City Golf Course is much finer and provides a smoother ball roll.

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