Friday, July 27, 2012

Turning Stone Resort and Casino 'Your Turn' to Play and Stay

Unlimited golf and the Northeast’s finest casino and nightlife offer a great escape

(Oneida Nation Homelands) – If you and your golf game need a “road trip” to get away from it all, then Turning Stone Resort and Casino in central New York is the perfect place to escape.  And the “Golfer’s Getaway” package can make it happen, now through October.

Turning Stone — owned and operated by the Oneida Indian Nation and located 30 miles east of Syracuse — offers the perfect mix of escape and excitement: award-winning golf courses, a Top 100 spa, headliner entertainment, nightlife, gaming action, great dining options, and a range of lodging choices including two AAA Four Diamond hotels.

The “Golfer’s Getaway” includes a choice of luxury accommodations, with unlimited play after 3 p.m. on the day of arrival on either the Kaluhyat or Shenendoah courses. That’s followed by another 18-hole round on either course the next day.

Kaluhyat, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., is a shot-maker’s course featuring long carries, big water, and a great variety of holes. Shenendoah, by Rick Smith, plays through rolling fields of fescue as well as trees and wetlands, and is a haven for wildlife where you may be able to bag your own birdies and eagles.

And the fun doesn’t stop between rounds. The Getaway package also includes lunch at the 19th hole, complimentary fitness center access, and options to enjoy the resort’s other attractions including the Golf Dome and Golf Superstore at Sportsplex, big-name entertainment, a dozen dining options, the Skana Spa, and 120,000 square feet of gaming - machines, table games, high-stakes bingo, and a poker room.

The package begins at $303 per person, per night, at the all-suite Lodge, or $260 per person, per night for stays at The Tower, and runs through the end of October.

For additional information or to book a getaway call 800-771-7711 or access

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