What You'll Get
Staying in luxury hotels has proven both warmer and quieter than lodging in a blue whale's echoing stomach. Rest easy on dry land with today's Groupon: for $269, you get a two-night stay in the Season’s Bay building, welcome cocktails for two, breakfast for two each morning, and two rounds of golf (up to a $570 total value) at The Lodge of Four Seasons, located in Lake Ozark.
The rich history and award-winning hospitality of The Lodge of Four Seasons have entertained guests since the inn opened its doors in 1964. After a cocktail welcome ($14 value), guests unpack for a two-night stay in a Season’s Bay room, which looks out on the Lake of the Ozarks and looks inward at a king bed, two double beds, or its inner child jumping on both. Nearby parking and a private pool allow visitors to easily house and bathe their cars.
A round of play for two golfers at the par-72 Ridge Course, a championship golfscape designed by Ken Kavanaugh, challenges intrepid club-wielders with zoysia fairways, elevation changes, and adventurous pin placements. Tee times must be reserved for starts later than 11 a.m. Buffet-style breakfasts at Breezes Restaurant (a $17 value per person per day) are consumed in a windowed atrium with a view of the resort’s famous Japanese gardens, where wild haikus grow slowly from the mouths of resident poet-trees.
Though not included in this Groupon, The Lodge of Four Seasons houses a deluxe day spa and lists a wealth of local activities. Take a wave runner out onto Lake of the Ozarks, test the steadiness of your hand at trap shooting, or try both at the same time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/visit. Reserv req'd 3 weeks in advance; subj to avail. 72hr cancel or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Credit/debit card required at booking. Valid only for Seasons Bay Standard or Seasons Bay Lakeview rooms. Golf valid only after 11am; tee-time reserv req'd. $10 resort fee not included. Not valid 5/25-5/26, 6/23-6/24, 7/2-7/3, or 8/31-9/1. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.