Zala Springs Golf Resort


Zala Springs Golf Resort is Hungary’s first master-planned golf and thermal spa resort community, and is located in the immediate vicinity of Hévíz Thermal Lake and Lake Balaton.Here, guests experience the highest level of comfort, service and cuisine in a resort that has been created purely for pleasure and relaxation.
Zala Springs Golf Resort offers a unique golf experience with its 18-hole championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr as well as golf clinics in multiple languages. The clubhouse is state of the art and offers fine dining restaurants, a pro shop, cigar room and wine cellar. The property also has luxury residential units.
Accommodation is at the fully-reconstructed Batthyány Mansion, which has a direct footpath connection with the Batthyány Castle. The exclusive rooms, lobby and restaurant welcome guests with a modern, charming exterior. The new building has 20 rooms, among them eight suites, eight standard rooms and four superior rooms. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling, sailing and horse riding. The property also offers free parking. The Lake Balaton is reachable within 20 km from the property.
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