For over 40 years, Turf Valley Resort has placed the highest priority in the health and well-being of our associates, guests and members. In the spirit of hospitality, we are responding to COVID-19 Coronavirus with an uncompromising commitment to protect the safety and wellbeing of all those we serve.
As Maryland begins the Road to Recovery outlined by Governor Larry Hogan, we are opening up parts of the property as the Government mandates, as well as the business demands. We are currently open for carry out and golf play, on a very limited basis. Our hotel, banquet facilities, Alexandra's Restaurant and Spa are currently closed. We will reopen as soon as permitted so that the hardworking team members of Turf Valley Resort can get back to providing unforgettable experiences for our valued guests. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate this situation
Carry Out Dining
We are currently open for carry out. In compliance with the mandate set forth by Governor Hogan, we are requiring our staff to wear face coverings, as well as any customers entering the building over the age of nine to pick up their food. Please call 410.480.2410 to place your order.
Please continue to book upcoming appointments online. Although the spa will remain closed, we are excited to welcome you for some deep relaxation once this situation has concluded.
Golf & Social Membership
The golf courses are open for play beginning on May 7th, in accordance with the new government mandate. There are strict social distance guidelines and additional changes to game play that have been shared with all golfers. Please make sure you are checking your membership email for updates!
Group Bookings - Weddings, Conferences and Large Gatherings
The banquet department is temporarily closed, through June 30, 2020. Our sales team is ready and available to work with you for your already scheduled event, or for an inquiry for a future program! Please email [email protected] or call 410.465.1200 for assistance.
The hotel is temporarily and voluntarily closed, through June 28, 2020. However, our reservations department and website remain open for bookings beyond this date. We understand that in this environment, travel may not be a current priority for you. However, please rest assured that when you do travel, and we can't wait for that day to come, we are committed to your safety.
We also understand the need for travel flexibility and will continue to offer consideration with our rescheduling and cancellation policies. All hotel reservations have automatically been canceled through June 28th, and have been offered a full refund. All other guests with direct bookings beyond that date will also receive a full refund, should you choose to cancel your stay. If you have an upcoming reservation, and would like to email your cancellation, please send to [email protected] For those guests who booked through our valued travel partners, please contact them directly for their individual policies and assistance.
As a local family owned and operated business, we have a strong commitment to the community in which we operate. Thank you for supporting our decision to make our community a safer and healthier place to stay, play & relax. "As one of the largest employers in Howard County, we have a responsibility to my team and my community to reopen as soon and as safely as we can," said Turf Valley Resort's General Manager, Pete Mangione. "We have the ability to get our people back to work and give back to the community, all while giving a limited number of guests an opportunity to safely take a break from the stress of the pandemic."
Like all things, this too shall pass.
And when it does, our staff will still be smiling.
Our spa and golf courses will still be welcoming.
And our pool will still be as sparkling as the champagne.
Until then, stay safe. Stay smart. And most importantly, stay positive.
Because even though you might not be going anywhere right now…
The good news is, neither are we.
Turf Valley Resort.
We will continue to monitor guidance in regards to COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and Howard County Health Department.