Streamsong Resort, a subsidiary of The Mosaic Company, has opened a new 216-room luxury Lodge in Florida, US.
The Streamsong resort includes golf courses, bass fishing, a sporting clays facility, a grotto-style spa along with food offerings.
Designed by architect Alberto Alfonso, the Streamsong Lodge has guestrooms and suites featuring floor-to-ceiling glass and offering views of the property’s lakes and surroundings.
The Lodge has AcquaPietra, a 7,000ft² grotto-style spa with seven pools and nine treatment rooms, and Fragmentary Blue, a rooftop lounge offering sunrise and sunset views as well as stargazing.
Streamsong general manager Richard Mogensen said the group’s mission is to redefine what guests, particularly golfers, should expect from a luxury resort.
"With the opening of the Lodge, our guests can now experience this incredible place in its entirety," Mogensen added.
The Lodge features three restaurants, serving Italian cuisine at SottoTerra, traditional Floridian foods at P2O5, and pub-style small plates at Fragmentary Blue.
The resort’s golf courses include Streamsong Red, designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, and Streamsong Blue, which was designed by Renaissance Golf Design.
Streamsong also offers amenities such as bass fishing lakes, bird-watching and wildlife, a sporting clays facility, European spa treatments and a lakeside infinity pool.
The resort provides over 18,000ft² of meeting space and a rooftop meeting room and terrace, covered breezeway as well as 40,000ft² of outdoor venues for events.
Additionally, the property has a golf Clubhouse designed by Alfonso Architects featuring banquet space with sweeping water views, 12 guestrooms, the steak and seafood-themed Restaurant Fifty-Nine, as well as a bar, lounge, and golf shop.
Image: Streamsong Resort’s Lodge. Photo courtesy of Streamsong Resort.