Top 100 Resort of the Week: Southern California’s Ojai Valley Inn
Kick up your feet and indulge in GOLF.com’s Top 100 Resort of the Week, where we’re celebrating the best places in golf to stay and play. Heavenly accommodations. Delectable food. Stunning scenery. Oh, and, of course … world-class golf. These luxurious golf getaways are the best of the best. To browse our complete Top 100 Resorts list, click here.
Resort of the Week: Ojai Valley Inn
If you’re seeking a Zen-ed out experience, you can’t go wrong with a stay at the 220-acre, Spanish Colonial mission-style Ojai Valley Inn, which offers a multitude of tranquil areas to rest, reflect and take it all in. Even the golf is friendly and serene. At 6,292 yards, the on-site Ojai Country Club course won’t break you with its length, but the fun track does require strategic shot selections. Originally designed by George C. Thomas and Billy Bell, Jay Morrish supplied a later renovation, and golf luminaries like Chi Chi Rodriguez and Al Geiberger won senior titles here.
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In addition to the superb and satisfying golf, you can also enjoy opulent, sumptuously appointed guest rooms, many of which are equipped with deep soaking tubs and a fireplace. The onsite dining is fabulous as well. Jimmy’s Pub serves top-notch casual fare, while Olivella boasts a more refined menu and an extensive wine list. The spa, too, is well worth your time, with dozens of treatments and services on offer.