The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas has announced the opening of its Topgolf Swing Suite, a new private sports entertainment space featuring 80 virtual 18-hole golf courses.
The addition of the new facility follows an all-encompassing $100 million renovation to the property that was completed in 2019. As well as 80 virtual 18-hole golf courses, it features 10 additional virtual games for parties of up to eight people, a customized food and beverage menu, a personal concierge attendant, one hitting bay and a private space for entertainment.
The Topgolf Swing Suite is powered by Full Swing golf simulator technology, the same simulator used by PGA Tour pros for off-course practice. The interactive simulator offers a variety of golf and non-golf games (football, baseball, soccer and more), allowing guests to go from smashing a 7-iron to striking out a batter with a fastball in a matter of minutes.
“At The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas we strive to provide our guests with indelible moments. Our new Topgolf Swing Suite brings a fun recreational activity to the property for both golfers and especially the non-golfers alike,” said Arjun Channa, general manager, The Ritz Carlton, St. Thomas, in a press release statement. “Perfect for both leisure guests and groups seeking unique team-building and breakout activities, the state-of-the-art technology makes the experience fully immersive, inspiring people of all ages and skill levels to come together for playful competition.”
The Topgolf Swing Suite menu is offered all day at the entertainment complex and includes dishes such as Mediterranean dips with pita, house-made Caribbean chicken wings, Burger sliders, Caribbean chicken club bites and truffle & parmesan fries.
The Topgolf Swing Suite is open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and is available for one-hour increments at a cost of $125 for up to four guests, with additional guests at $25 per person up to eight guests. It is recommended that larger parties to should book multiple time slots.
For more information, visit ritzcarlton.com/stthomas.