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Taking off to Grand Traverse Resort & Spa for relaxation, fun, and wine!

Grand Traverse Resort & Spa offers everything you need for a getaway.


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Grand Traverse Resort & Spa has something for everyone! Whether you are looking to play on a PGA course, relax at the spa, play at the casino, experience fine dining, or enjoy time with your family.

Ready to hit the course? The Bear golf course at the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa was designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus and is one of the most difficult in the country. It is also home to Michigan's PGA tournament. 

Maybe you are looking to relax? Head to the Spa! They offer body wraps, body scrubs, massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures. There is also a full-service hair salon. And if you are looking to stay active there is lots to do at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa: Hit the tennis court, visit the cardio fitness studio or weight studio, or take an aerobics or yoga class. You can also have fun with the kids in the pool, on the waterslide and splash pad.

After all the excitement you're probably hungry. Aerie restaurant has a wide range of food that includes vegetarian and vegan options. The staff can also help you pick out the best wine for your dining experience.

When you're ready to test your luck, head over to the Turtle Creek Casino. You can have fun at the slots and tables. And if you get hungry again, walk across the casino floor to Bourbon 72 for the ultimate steakhouse experience. 

If you plan to venture out of the resort, you won't want to pass up the Traverse City wineries. Stop by Bowers Harbor Vineyards and sample Michigan's best selling Pinot Grigio.

To book your getaway to Grand Traverse Resort and Spa, visit grandtraverseresort.com

 


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