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Birmingham Alabama Golf Resort and Spa

Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa - photo 1It’s hard to be old and new at the same time. It’s also hard to be in the city and the country at the same time. But the Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa does both. It’s old and historic because the land it sits on played a role in America’s Civil War. It’s new because it was built in 2005. And while it is in Birmingham you’d never know it. It’s beautifully placed amidst welcoming lakes and woods that create their own private world.

You’ll feel that peace in the luxurious accommodations.  From guest rooms to suites you’ll have inspiring views of the wonder land outside your door. In the suites you’ll be pampered with tiled bathtubs and separate showers.

And for dining there is the fine cuisine of Brock’s with its Mediterranean menu, or the casual atmosphere and American selections of the Clubhouse Restaurant. You can even enjoy live music,  cocktails and a lighter menu at JT’s Lobby Bar.

The range of fun things to do is awesome.  Consider the indoor and outdoor pools. Hike, jog or bike with nature. Swing a tennis racket or hit a volley ball, pitch horseshoes or play badmitton. But do spend time with golf balls on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail course where the majestic scenery matches the game. Then refresh and rebuild in the elegant Spa.

Learn more about it at its website.

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