This has to be the worst golf course in France. If you have to play it, take old clubs because every hole has layers of stones in the rough and on the fairway so you'll damage your new clubs. The greens are badly damaged, the bar in the club house non-existant and the staff are surly. The hotel food is... More
- Also Known As:
- Montpellier Hotel Juvignac
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Montpellier Resort: a haven of tranquility offering you the perfect place to rest, work and play. The undulating fairways of our two courses along with our fantastic practice facilities will provide the sporting challenge that golfers of all levels desire and our restaurant and bar along with our brand-new on-course clubhouse, with its state-of-the-art decor and terrace will serve up the perfect apres-golf experience, helping you to unwind after your game. There's always time also to take a dip in our brand-new infinity-style pool and sauna. For those seeking more of a challenge, there is always the option of working-out in our tailor-made fitness centre. Add to this a wide choice of modern, well-equipped hotel rooms and suites and you have the perfect golfing destination. Set in the fantastic backdrop of Mediterranean France with its exceptionally warm climate and world-renowned local delicacies and wines, you are sure to find everything you were hoping for at Montpellier Resort. ... more less
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