The amenity-rich Coeur d’Alene Resort, which over the last three decades has become a Northwest symbol of the ultimate golf getaway, stands like an oasis in the desert.
Being located in Idaho, the resort’s golf course remained open during the earlier dark days of the pandemic in 2020, and served golfers by being available for public daily play. The golf course implemented health and safety precautions to provide for all state and local health department mandated social distancing and touch-point sanitization guidelines.
As a community leader, the resort’s hotel and restaurants took the early initiative in managing the health crisis, closing its doors in April 2020 even before the government had required them to do so.
The resort’s golf course remained open and the resort itself reopened a month later, and for the past year and a half, with all necessary health and sanitary precautions in place, both at the hotel and the golf course, their getaway packages are in full effect and are available. And visitors are taking full advantage of them.
The resort recently completed a $10 million renovation, updating its 338 guest rooms with new furnishings, wall treatments, artwork, beds, television displays, and new mobile device charging stations.
The Floating Green – the course’s world famous par-3 14th hole – continues to draw golfers from around the world to play the iconic hole.
A round of golf at The Coeur d’Alene Resort is referred to as “A golf experience like no other.” The reasons for this are many, from supreme customer service, to luxury accommodations, to immaculate course conditions, to the Floating Green.
The full-service resort is an unruffled stream of comfort. And these days, that is more appealing than ever.