How many of you will stay at home and spend the days between Christmas and New Year in a traditional way? Or exchange Christmas presents in the shops? Or simply escape from the usual events and activities.
Some might go to warmer places but not a bad idea to go to Scotland….to Trump Turnberry in this part of the year too….especially if you can afford it.
Trump Turnberry‘s Edwardian hotel housing almost 200 luxurious rooms and suites. Guests can relax on a hand-carved walnut burl mahogany bed and enjoy views across the resort’s acclaimed golf courses and Ayrshire coastline.
The hotel – which includes the iconic Lighthouse Suite at the top of the Turnberry Lighthouse – was recently crowned Europe’s Best Golf Hotel at the 2022 World Golf Awards.
The 1906 restaurant – named after the historic venue’s opening year – serves locally inspired food and vintage wines, while Trump Turnberry’s world-class spa offers treatments in an oasis of pure relaxation with views out to the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig.
In addition, you can find a host of outdoor pursuits through Turnberry Adventures. The resort runs a range of activities throughout the year including
- clay-pigeon shooting in the recently redeveloped purpose-built shooting school,
- kite surfing,
- quad biking – for adults and juniors – and
- 4×4 off-road driving.
The ‘Own a Pony’ experience is perfect for children from 5 years and above as they learn to catch, groom, saddle up and ride with 45-minute lessons under expert tutelage at Trump Turnberry’s riding school.
My questions to Trump Turnberry
- What kind of trends do you expect in luxury golf tourism in 2023?
- How do leverage customer data to deliver personalized services?
- What do you do to be able to provide convenience to your guests?
- Do you enable your employees to collect customer data to develop customer preference data centers?
- Will you act on social-conscious luxury?
- What do you do for the sake of sustainability?