Leasing your Greensboro office space at Grandover Corporate Park has its perks. Here is our top 10 list of amenities and other features available for companies seeking commercial property in North Carolina.
Whether it’s a weekend getaway or a few weeks of scenery change, Grandover Resort provides you with luxury accommodations, pampered relaxation, and fun in the sun. Release your stress playing several rounds of golf on one or both of our world-class North Carolina golf courses. Take lessons from one of our golf pros or brush up on your swing. While away a few hours out of the noon-day sun sipping drinks in the comfort of the Colony Bar next door to the pro shop or enjoying a light meal with new-found friends at either of our Café Expresso locations.
Maybe you’d prefer to play tennis or racquet ball on one of the available courts or cool off by swimming several laps around the indoor/outdoor pool. Treat yourself to a little hydrotherapy by soaking in the whirlpool tub night or day. Take in a sumptuous meal at the DiValetta Restaurant where the gourmet food tantalizes your senses as well as delights your taste buds.
We’ve got rainy day activities, too. Regulation billiard tables and foosball are available at the Café Expresso East. Or, you could have those sore, tense muscles massaged away by the adept hands of a professional masseur at our Greensboro day spa. Manicures, pedicures, volcanic stone massage, facials, body wraps, and couples massages are offered as well and you know that nothing is more soothing than a quiet massage on a rainy day.
The weather here in central North Carolina is beautiful this time of year with lots of sunshine and Carolina blue skies. Combined with the lush greenery surrounding the resort, so close to civilization yet so quiet you can hear the birds sing, you’ll know you made the right choice getting away to it all at the Grandover.
Enchant your significant other with a romantic weekend getaway to a splendid Greensboro resort, Grandover. Our romance packages include overnight luxury accommodations in which a bottle of chilled champagne and decadently rich chocolate truffles await you, as well as dinner and breakfast for two at the Di Valletta Restaurant.
This week we continue our tour of the East Course with a look at all the holes on the back 9. Scroll down for pictures of the greens with maps, yardage, and special tips from Grandover’s golf pros.
After four days of heated play (save for Thursday’s torrential downpour), the 2014 NCAA Division III Championships concluded last Friday here at Grandover Resort. It was a huge honor to host such a spirited and well-ran tournament. We send a big thank-you to the NCAA staff and the huge group of dedicated volunteers that helped turn this into a top-notch event, and we look forward to its return next year!
Spring has come to Grandover Resort and if you’re like the rest of us, you can’t wait to get out and play in the fresh air and warm sunshine! Grandover offers you plenty of springtime activities and attractions to help you shake off winter’s icy chill.
The weather remains a tad fickle and on the colder side, but ladies and gentlemen it is indeed officially Spring! In celebration of more favorable weather in our near future, today’s blog post will be the first in an ongoing series that will walk you through each of the 36 holes on our East and West courses. Starting simple, we’re taking a look at East #1-3.
What are the most popular room service meals ordered by hotel guests? The short answer is, it varies by region. Most of the time, guests order comfort foods that are common to the region in which they are visiting. Here is a list of the most popular dishes, sorted by region, along with some tips when ordering your favorite meal from Grandover:
- Maryland crab cakes
- Maine Lobster rolls and lobster hash in New Jersey
Washington D. C.
- Granola and yogurt (Meals to go and edible on the run)
- Huevos Rancheros
- Other foods with a “south-of-the-border” influence
- Margherita pizza – a thin, crispy crust topped with mozzarella, basil, and chopped tomatoes
- Bacon or sausage, eggs and (fried) potatoes
- Corned beef & seeded rye
- Country Fried steak and eggs with a side of grits (ground hominy)
- Biscuits and sausage gravy
- Specialty burgers
Tips About Grandover Room Service:
- The Room Service menu is a duplication of our DiValletta menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Our top sellers are the Sea Bass, The Filet Diane and our Hot Artichoke and Lobster Dip.
- Our Honeymoon package provides for Champagne and Truffles. Our staff assists with special deliveries as well.
For example, recently we worked with a gentleman who wanted to propose to his girlfriend after dinner. While he was in our restaurant, our Room Service staff brought up 24 flameless candles, placed them around the room and set up champagne and chocolate covered strawberries while setting the lights to dim.
- We offer 24 hour Room Service for our hotel guests. If they come in after the restaurant closes, we have several items we prepare in advance so that no guest will go hungry no matter what time of day or night.