|Located between the Cerro del Caracol and Villa Marina, the Clubhouse is designed in Mexican colonial style, with some 60,000 square feet of construction.|
Each area opens into a central patio where water cascades down the sides of a cool fountain. Tasteful architectural details set the tone throughout, like niches which house hand-made talavera pottery, bevel edged leaded glass in doors and windows, and rich terra cotta tiles which contrast with sleek marble on floors and in baths.
The fully air conditioned clubhouse restaurant looks out over the greens; here guests can enjoy a superbly prepared breakfast, lunch or dinner in casual elegance.
The bar is circular in shape. Its high, vaulted ceiling of hand-laid brick rises to a center cupola which casts sun shadows on the hand-wrought chandelier in daytime and filters the starlight after dark.
The baths feature separate areas for men and women, boys and girls, each with lockers, dressing areas, showers, sauna and Jacuzzi. The adult sections also offer Turkish baths, private massage rooms and a small, but well-equipped, gym. Here, as everywhere, the decor sets a tone of comfort and good taste with marble, brass hardware, hand painted Mexican talavera tile, and sleekly modern bath fixtures.
The two-story pro shop provides a complete line of golf accessories, and an underground garage houses the club's fleet of electric golf carts.
A tower section offers areas for conferences and tournament events on each of three floors. Two large meeting rooms (which can be divided to accommodate several smaller groups) open off either side of a comfortable lounge; each floor has its own bathroom facilities. Needless to say, the view from the tower lounges is spectacular.
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