Mix Business With Pleasure at Ponte Vedra Beach

Ponte Vedra
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club

There may be only one thing better than being on the greens at Ponte Vedra. And that’s being in the sand.

Situated on one of Florida’s widest white-sand beaches, just 20 miles southeast of Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and The Lodge & Club Ponte Vedra Beach have been the backdrop for some of the nation’s most influential meetings, conferences and conventions since 1928.

With two award-winning resorts on the same spectacular beach, our skilled event planners can tailor special moments that attendees will never forget. Beyond the more than 30,000 sf of flexible space and infinite Atlantic oceanfront, recreational pleasures include 15 tennis courts, heated swimming pools, an expansive oceanfront gym, exceptional dining, the region’s largest, most lavish spa, and, of course, championship golf in one of the golf capitals of the world.

The classic Ponte Vedra Inn & Club has achieved AAA Five Diamond status every year since 2002. This celebrated resort boasts more than 25,000 sf of flexible function space spread across 17 rooms and can accommodate groups of up to 350 people in comfort. Stunning outdoor venues—from oceanfront patios to golfview terraces—are perfect for putting green coffee breaks and oceanfront cookouts. The Inn & Club is home to 262 beautifully appointed rooms and suites located in 10 charming, Florida-style low-rise buildings just steps from the sand. We’ve recently added the new, boutique-chic Ocean House and Peyton House to our repertoire, exuding an ambiance of modern beachfront luxury.

The AAA Four Diamond Lodge & Club offers the same unparalleled oceanfront access on a more intimate scale for small to mid-sized groups. More than 13,000 sf of meeting space can accommodate 10 to 150 people. And every one of The Lodge & Club’s 66 rooms and suites offers contemporary luxury with panoramic ocean views.

Golf has been a way of life here since 1928, when we introduced our iconic Ocean Course, the region’s very first golf course. The Lagoon Course was added in 1961. Both have been improved and enhanced over the years, with the latest reinvention of the Ocean Course completed in 2020. Both courses provide a dazzling array of bunkers, water hazards, undulating fairways and breathtaking views that command attention, demand respect, and provide a beautiful balance of risk and reward for players of every level.

For more information, visit pontevedra.com/meetings.

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