Amelia Island Plantation is Florida’s premier AAA-Four Diamond destination island resort in perfect harmony with nature. Located on Amelia Island, Florida, just 29 miles north of Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), the 1350 acre property overlooks the blue water of the Atlantic on the east and the green marshland and Intracoastal Waterway on the west.
The beauty of Amelia Island Plantation, Florida’s natural island destination, is seen in ocean-topping sunrises and spectacular sunsets over green salt marshes. The 1,350-acre Florida beach resort offers superior accommodations and activities, attractive and functional meeting facilities and Florida’s most beautiful natural surroundings.
A relaxing Florida getaway awaits you whether you fancy a family beach vacation, a romantic weekend getaway, a spa resort or a golf vacation.
Unlimited Golf Package!
The Villas of Amelia Island Plantation is committed to providing members and guests with a first-class golf experience. Named a “Top 121 Golf Resort” by Condé Nast Traveler, our Pete Dye and Bobby Weed-designed golf courses roll through Amelia Island’s natural beauty, from tidal marshes to the Atlantic Ocean. Book the Unlimited Golf Package to experience the challenging championship golf.
After an exciting day of golf, inquire about the array of resort amenities available to you, including relaxing treatments at The Spa, scenic marsh views from the Marsh View Bar & Grill deck or happy-hour specials at the Falcon’s Nest.
For golf groups larger than 16 people please call Sales Manager, Carrie Jones at 904-277-5130.
Tee times may be scheduled after room reservations are confirmed by calling the pro shop at 904-277-5907.
- Luxurious accommodations
- Unlimited rounds of golf and cart on Oak Marsh and Ocean Links from day of arrival after 1:00 p.m. up to day of departure before 11:00 a.m.
- Bag storage and ball marking tool
- Driving range and practice balls prior to play
Rates: From $299 per night, plus tax and daily resort fee Availability: January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013