Mission Inn Resort & Club
Mission Inn Resort & Club overview
As a small, family-owned and operated resort, Mission Inn Resort & Club prides itself on being able to offer something for everyone. From deluxe hotel rooms to two- and three-bedroom suites and even villas, everyone from couples to large groups of friends will be able to find what they are looking for.
The deluxe hotel rooms and suites offer scenic views overlooking the golf course, tennis courts, or lakes and you can enjoy this from the comfort of your screened-in balcony. The rooms feature marble and granite bathrooms and comfortable king or two double beds. The rooms are also located just a short walk from the pool and numerous restaurants.
The private villas offer a “home away from home” feel with your own living room, kitchen, dining room, screened balcony and two or three bedrooms.
Restaurant & Bars
With four restaurants and two lounges on-site, you’ll never have to leave the resort to eat if you don’t want to. Start your day with a healthy and filling meal at their popular breakfast buffet at La Hacienda. After your round, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a cold drink at the Nicker’s Clubhouse Restaurant located next to the golf shop. The El Conquistador Restaurant is the best place to enjoy a delicious dinner, while La Margarita is open late for any of your late-night cravings; sit at the bar and enjoy a game on the big screen TV with your friends.
Spa & Leisure
Relax and unwind at the Spa Marbella with their luxurious selection of massages, facials and body treatments. Treat yourself to their special massage geared towards golfers, specifically designed to massage and stretch the parts of the body that go through the most stress and strain from playing golf.
The El Corredor Fitness Center features state-of-the-art exercise equipment to help keep you in shape for your next round.
The courses share a joint clubhouse and the Nicker’s Clubhouse Restaurant sits inside, offering casual dining for lunch with a menu including burgers, sandwiches, and salads. There is also a fully stocked bar and several big screen TV’s.
Did You Know
Mission Inn Resort & Club is a smaller resort that embodies the family-owned spirit it was built on. The resort is inspired by founder Nick Beucher’s nearly 1,400-mile horseback journey through Mexico in 1939, featuring the Spanish Colonial architecture he saw and adored on his trip.
The signature hole is the par-5 17th hole at El Campeón known as “Devil’s Delight.” Golfers are required to play through a double dogleg before facing a tree in the middle of the fairway. Once around the tree, golfers will need to get their shot over bunkers and a lake onto the sloping green.