Circling Raven announces new stay and play packages

Updated: April 2, 2012

Since its first full season in 2004, Circling Raven, the course owned by the Coeur d’Alene Indian Tribe, has racked up more than 40 best-in-kind awards. These include garnering awards for customer service, “Merchandiser of the Year” acclaim on multiple occasions, and Top 100 U.S. public and resort course distinction from GOLF, Golfweek and Golf Digest magazines (out of more than 13,500 such courses nationally). Circling Raven Golf Club has announced a new, All-Inclusive Stay-and-Play Package, offering substantial savings on golf, lodging, dining and spa treatments.

And this year, Golf Magazine named the resort a Silver Medal award winner among golf resorts in the United States.

Now, the resort is trying to see if the price is right. For $299 per person, guests receive two nights lodging (double occupancy) in the luxury Spa Tower of the newly expanded Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort, a round of golf for two, $50 per person spa service credit, $25 per person dining credit, and $15 of “casino cash” if enrolled in the Rewards Club. The deal offers a total savings of $200 and is valid seven days a week.

Last spring, the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort, rated a “Premier Golf Resort” by Golf Magazine, opened nearly 100 upscale hotel rooms in two towers overlooking the golf course.

Other new amenities include a gourmet steak house, a 15,000-square-foot, full-service spa, a sports bar and café, and a 10-acre “Front Yard” that serves as an outdoor amphitheater for concerts and other outdoor events.