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Streamsong Resort

1000 Streamsong Dr Streamsong, Fort Meade, FL 33834-0195
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The 228-room Lodge and its custom-built guest rooms and suites, with views of the surrounding lakes and wildlife habitat The Clubhouse which features 12 guest rooms, hospitality room, a golf shop, and an outdoor terrace overlooking a lake and the dramatic golf course terrain
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Free parking
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Business Center with Internet Access
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Infinity pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
Rooftop bar
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Rooftop terrace
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neil b wrote a review Nov 2020
Toronto, Canada1 contribution
Was trying to book a golf trip and it was impossible to talk to a person . Wasted over a hour on hold to talk to a person then finally had to leave contact info for a return call with in 24 hours . Received a call 22 hours later, by that time I had book elsewhere. A Super 8 motel would have better customer service. Unfortunate that management does not value their potential customers.
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Date of stay: November 2020
CoachJDC wrote a review Oct 2020
Bethesda, Maryland31 contributions1 helpful vote
Untouched, secluded, spectacular, serene, tranquil, quiet, golf centric, NuVeau hotel and clubhouses, natural, links like, and peaceful… sums up the courses. Challenging but fair, biggest greens you will ever hit toward, with undulations that resemble the dinosaurs that roamed this “bone valley” The new Mach 1, greens roll fair and fast. I fix ball marks and had a hard time finding any to fix… maybe because of the Caddies and perhaps because Blue/Red just re-opened after 6 months to grow new greens. This will be a review of the golf courses and golf “experience” at Streamsong. We played all three courses, one each morning, on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday AM. One day we “replayed” the Black course and the other days we “played the warmup-par 3 course and the “Gauntlet” after playing the standard 18 Hole AM courses. No course stands out as the best… with the following as memories… Black has largest landing areas and greens, Red is most scenic and Blue has most elevation changes and significant undulation on the greens. I enjoyed all three and would re-play everyone. The golf courses, all of them, are exquisitely integrated into this spectacular undisturbed landscape, without changing it’s natural beauty. Although this is in Florida, the courses have more of a feel of courses in Ireland or Chambers Bay/ Bandon Dunes… however so much more unexpected since this the “flatland” of Florida. The courses present you with elevation changes, natural grasses, carries over natural lakes and streams and spectacularly large greens. There are not a lot of blind shots or forced carries but enough doglegs and elevation to keep it interesting. The landscape allows for large landing areas and wide fairways on most of the holes with some exceptions, but that does not mean you don’t have to select your shots carefully. Four or five sets of Tees make these courses fair to all levels of golfers. Blue Course: More elevation changes. At hole one, you have about a 150 foot climb to the Tee box up a hill to sweeping views of the surrounding terrain. Hole 7 over water is scenic and challenging, especially if windy. To me walking up the hill was just the right anticipation to our first hole at Streamsong. Take your camera or phone, because this view is Jaw-dropping. Red Course: Most scenic and sculpted bunkers. Black Course: Largest landing areas and large greens, but that does not make it easy. Has it’s own clubhouse and the par 7 hole warmup, as well as the ‘gauntlet 18 hole putting course and Range make this my favorite, by a slight edge. Caddies: Our caddies (we used a Forecaddie, each day), were highly professional and highly experienced. Two were previous professional golfers and all had been at the course for 5 or more years. The cost was $25 per person, plus tip. Well worth it if you are new to the course. Sometimes signage at the courses to the “next” hole could be better, but this is where the caddies help in addition to where to land on the immense greens and avoid a 3 or 4 putt,… seriously, you can be “on” the green, but in some cases 80 yds away. Food on the course: The black has a great BBQ shack and the Black a Taco ½ way house…. COVID has cut into some offerings but great food and reasonably priced. Summary: I loved it.. as much for the golf, as for the remote location and beauty. Such a surprise for being in Florida…. Although the resort offers swimming, skeet shooting and fishing as well as a spa and excellent cuisine… if you don’t love golf there is nothing else out here…. And that’s partly what I found so appealing. You are not tempted to rush anywhere else or “hurry up” because it’s about being there, enjoying the golf and relaxing. The pictures you view online give you some perspective, but like some areas that can’t be captured in pictures (they are too big), you have to see it to capture the view and remote beauty. This is not cheap, but worth it. If you stay off property you can find good hotels in Lakeland for about 100 – 125, but it is a 40 min drive one way. They do offer many packages, as well as pricing for FL residents and seasonal packages. Put this on your bucket list if you love golfing.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Bumblebeecreek wrote a review Oct 2020
15 contributions8 helpful votes
First the good stuff: the golf courses were in great shape. The physical facility was very nice. With 16,000 acres, it is really big. The caddy (we rode, caddy stayed with us and was great young man!) helped a lot on the greens, which are huge with elevation changes galore. The course is littered with traps, and I mean littered! The bad: We (two couples) paid $1,500 each couple for two nights, breakfasts for the men only, and golf, but golf did not include carts or caddies, just golf. So, we paid an additional $37.45 per person per day for a cart, and $50 per person per day for caddie, which was required, plus a "Resort Fee" of $42.56 per couple per day (not sure we got anything for that). All to say, it ain't cheap!! The people, for the most part, were excellent. There just were not many of them. Valet parking was "complimentary" (read paid for in the grand bill). The shuttle to the golf courses was a real help. They schlepped our bags to the courses, and kept them overnight. A really good thing. And the golf course speed: we were rained out at number 11 on our first day. No one's fault. However, we plugged along at donkey-speed on day two, finally quitting at number 13 due to the fact it took 4 hours to play 13 holes! The marshal came by, apologized for the two foursomes of drunks who were holding up the whole golf course, but did nothing about it! So we played 24 holes for about $80 a hole. Not a bargain. Further, only one restaurant at the main lodge was open, thus we could only get a dinner reservation at 6:00 or 9:00 PM; who wants to eat that early or late? There was another restaurant at the Red/Blue clubhouse, with a lunch menu only and closed at 7:00 PM. The rooftop bar was closed. Don't get me wrong, I understand the Covid thing is a problem, but just tell us in advance!! Tell us we could not get reservations for dinner, and there is no other place to eat within 30 miles! Tell us the Steakhouse is closed on Monday and Tuesday so we could adjust our dates. Tell us the Italian Restaurant is closed!! And the bar atop the Lodge is closed. We don't need everything, just enough to make proper decisions. Poorly spent money, and we won't be back. The rooms were adequate. The problem is that the bathroom has a window between the bedroom and the bathroom. I'm sure some decorator thought this was a really good idea, but when the golfer gets up before the spouse, turns on the light to brush his teeth, it shines in the bedroom waking the spouse! Dumb... Further, the desk chair is heavy, but has no casters, thus is nearly impossible for a small woman to move around. I guess all the other issues made mountains out of molehills, but for a grand a day? All four of us felt we were ripped off, paying nearly $2,000 for two days, and getting not much for our troubles. We have been to Whistling Straits, paid less, and got tons more! We have been to Pinehurst, paid less, and again: tons more! I am frankly shocked that we would be treated like that, especially during these tough times for golf courses. I'd think they would want us to go home and tell our friends how wonderful it is. Sorry; not happening...
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: I guess lakeside would be best. The thing to do, is go elsewhere...
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Robogator0 wrote a review Jul 2020
Windermere, Florida2,716 contributions256 helpful votes
Located in Polk County west of Fort Meade and Bowling Green about 30 minutes south of Lakeland, this is a remote golf/fishing resort. There’s nothing around the resort, so Streamsong is in itself the destination. The hotel, rooms, common area and banquet facilities are very nice. The rooms have great views of the surrounding area and lakes. Very nice infinity pool area. The resort is on old phosphate mining land and is owned by the Mosaic Company. Mosaic is a Tampa based company that specializes in potash and phosphate fertilizer.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Readytoburst wrote a review Jul 2020
159 contributions80 helpful votes
Great service throughout except for very surly receptionist ( male) on departure....Scott on arrival very good...,the place is wonderful but wrecked by poor food in the restaurant...golf is perfect....charge more in the restaurant and get it right...the service was so polite but slow....golfers are not poor...‼️ Rooms are very good and very clean. TIP...when booking a caddie they gave us 1caddie for 4 guests and he couldn’t provide a perfect service although his judgement was good....book a caddie for you alone.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
United StatesFloridaCentral FloridaFort Meade
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Frequently Asked Questions about Streamsong Resort
What are some of the property amenities at Streamsong Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a rooftop bar, free wifi, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Streamsong Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Streamsong Resort?
Guests can enjoy a rooftop bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Streamsong Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Streamsong Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Fifty-Nine, P2O5, and Sotto Terra Ristorante.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Streamsong Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Streamsong Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Streamsong Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Does Streamsong Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.
Is Streamsong Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.