Starr Pass Announces New Family Swing & Fling Package

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Family fun package includes a $50 resort credit, unlimited golf and more

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Starting at $149 per night, the package includes a daily $50 resort credit, unlimited rounds of golf, free kids’ meals, shopping discounts and more.

JW Marriott® Starr Pass Resort & Spa invites families to relax and do their own thing with the newest Family Swing & Fling package. Whether vacation fun means hitting the greens, lounging by the pool, shopping, dining out or even high-tech fun, the whole family will find something to enjoy at Starr Pass. Starting at $149 per night, the package includes a daily $50 resort credit, unlimited rounds of golf, free kids’ meals, shopping discounts and more.

The chock-full-of-fun Swing & Fling Package includes:

  •     Deluxe guest room for up to four
  •     $50 per night resort credit
  •     Unlimited rounds of golf for up to four people (two adults, two children)
  •     Access to the resort’s sparkling pools and water features, including the Starr Canyon Lazy River and Monsoon Falls water slide
  •     Complimentary use of the Hashani Spa fitness center
  •     Kids eat free, ages 12 & under, with a paying adult
  •     Complimentary appetizer or dessert with entrée purchase at Primo or Signature Grill
  •     Free high-speed Internet
  •     Free self parking
  •     10% off retail purchases

Swing & Fling Package rates start at $149 per night per family. The package is not available to groups of 10 or more. Rates are subject to availability August 1 through December 30, 2011 and resort credits accumulate during the stay.*

Golfers will enjoy their unlimited rounds of golf on Starr Pass’ top-rated 27-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Facility with a double-loaded driving range, 20,000 square foot clubhouse and top-quality golf shop. The Catalina Mountains form a breathtaking backdrop for the desert courses, which have hosted legends such as Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson, Payne Stewart and Nancy Lopez, to name a few. This spring, discerning golfers and readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine rated JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa in Tucson among the world’s top 125 golf resorts, and among the top 10 golf resorts in Arizona.

Swimmers in the family will love making a splash at Starr Pass’ Water Collection. Guests can tube along the lazy Starr Canyon River, slide down the Monsoon Falls Water Slide, lounge by the Reflection Pools or cool off in the Dancing Springs.

For the adults in the family, complimentary access to the fitness center at the Hashani Spa offers plenty of cardio and weight machines and a refreshing view of the pool and the mountains for a rejuvenating workout. The spa facility also includes a whirlpool, steam room and sauna. Outdoors, guests can enjoy the spa's private pool. Spa treatments and fitness classes or personal training sessions are available for a fee.

Starr Pass’ Rising Starr Kids’ Club offers a half or full day of activities during the weekend for children age 4-12 while their parents relax and enjoy the soothing Hashani Spa or impressive Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course. A full-day session (9am to 4pm) is $75.00 per child including lunch, while a half-day session (9am to 12pm or 1pm to 4pm) is $45.00 per child including a snack. In addition, Starr Pass’ restaurants offer kids’ menus specially designed for younger tastes.

Blur Teen Lounge is a new addition to Starr Pass this year, offering guests age 13 to 18 a fun place to kick back, have fun and enjoy the latest games, technology and movies. Open every Thursday through Saturday from 12pm to 6pm, Blur features Apple iPad 2’s for teens to access their email or social media accounts; the latest motion-tracking game systems from Xbox and PlayStation; and a movie area with a 46” LCD HDTV and a library of DVDs. Full access to the lounge and all of its features is available for $25 per teen per day. Parents may enter only when accompanied by a teen.

When all the fun fires up the appetite, delicious dining at any of the resort’s five restaurants is sure to please the palates of the whole family. With the Family Swing & Fling package, guests can enjoy a complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of an entrée at Primo, featuring Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, or Signature Grill, offering cowboy-inspired cooking like savory steaks, chops and seafood. Plus, kids under 12 eat free with a paying adult.

For more information about JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa or to book a Swing & Fling vacation, visit http://www.jwmarriottstarrpass.com or call 888-236 2427.

*No refunds will be given in whole or in part for unused credits. Credits may not be used for room, tax or gift cards.

About JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa
JW Marriott Starr Pass is one of Arizona’s finest resorts, awarded the AAA Four Diamond Award for the resort property and its Primo restaurant for six consecutive years. Starr Pass was also rated among the world’s top 125 golf resorts, and among the top ten Arizona golf resorts by Condé Nast Traveler readers in 2011. The largest resort in Southern Arizona, Starr Pass features 575 spacious guest rooms, 88,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a 20,000 sq. ft. spa, five restaurants, four separate pools, a lazy river and water slide, the Audubon Certified, 27-hole Arnold Palmer Signature golf facility, two lit tennis courts and 888 underground and covered parking spaces. The resort’s eco-friendly efforts extend to Primo, which serves only organic and jet fresh fish, and the Hashani Spa, which uses natural desert plant oils. The resort incorporates the natural desert into its landscape design and features direct access to Tucson Mountain Park for memorable hiking and biking trails. To quote Bill Marriott, “you can build all types of amenities but it would be impossible to duplicate what Starr Pass has, the Tucson Mountain Park.” The JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa is located at 3800 W. Starr Pass and can be reached directly by calling (520) 792-3500. Please visit http://www.jwmarriottstarrpass.com.

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