Those in the golf world are likely familiar with Rosewood CordeValle, located in San Martin, just south of San Jose. Those who do not know of Rosewood CordeValle soon will, as the championship course is the site of this summer’s LPGA US Open. The transmitter stations are already rising in the nearby sylvan foothills in preparation for the most prestigious women’s tournament of the year. Come July, it’s a safe bet that Rosewood CordeValle will no longer be the Bay Area’s best kept resort secret.
Rosewood CordeValle is a unique property – an invitation-only golf club and executive retreat frequented by business leaders and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs that is also an haute five-star boutique hotel with 45 luxurious Craftsman style rooms (some with private outdoor hot tubs). Room guests are granted the same privileges as club members – access to golf, tennis, the pool and spa, and the three on-site restaurants. Here’s why you should make a reservation now – or better yet, scoop up one of the few remaining club memberships – before the US Open reveals to the rest of the world this idyllic spot: