PRICE & ROOM INFORMATION

PASSOVER 2023 AT THE PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA
Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy FULL STAY
10 DAYS/9 NTS
WED, APR 5 – FRI, APR 14
FULL STAY + PRE DAY
11 DAYS/10 NTS
TUES, APR 4 – FRI, APR 14

DELUXE: Beautiful room with King or 2 queen beds; Marble bathroom with all amenities.

PREMIUM: Beautiful room with King or 2 queen beds; Marble bathroom with all amenities; Upgraded views of the golf course or pool.

EXECUTIVE DELUXE: Beautiful large room with King or 2 queen beds; Sitting area with sofa; Marble bathroom with all amenities; Upgraded views of the golf course or pool.

EXECUTIVE PREMIUM: Beautiful large room with King or 2 queen beds; Sitting area with sofa; Marble bathroom with all amenities; Upgraded views of the golf course or pool.

LANAI ROOM: Beautiful room with King or 2 queen beds; ceiling fan; Marble bathroom with all amenities; Ground floor with easy access to pool area

LIVING ROOM SUITE: Beautiful large room with King or 2 queen beds; Plus extra large sitting area with sofa; Marble bathroom with all amenities.

JUNIOR SUITE: Beautiful large room with King or 2 queen beds; 1/2 wall separating extra large sitting area with sofa and dining table; Marble bathroom with all amenities.

ONE BEDROOM SUITE: 2 ROOMS: Beautiful large bedroom with King bed, Separate living room furnished with dining table, desk, sofa and chairs, Marble bathroom with all amenities; Additional Full-Bathroom and 2 Balconies.

DELUXE $ 6250 $ 6725
PREMIUM $ 6410 $ 6885
EXECUTIVE DELUXE $ 6615 $ 7090
EXECUTIVE PREMIUM $ 6775 $ 7250
LANAI ROOM $ 6880 $ 7355
LIVING ROOM SUITE $ 7405 $ 7955
PREMIUM JUNIOR SUITE $ 8450 $ 9000
ONE BEDROOM SUITE: 2 ROOMS $ 9500 $ 10150
COTTAGE – (MIN 2 AD + 2 pax) $ 7145 $ 7795
Single Room (DLX/PRM) $ 9695 $ 10395
ADULT – 3rd /4th in same room $ 3480 $ 3630
TEEN – (13 – 17) 3rd /4th in same room $ 3270 $ 3420
CHILD – (6 – 12) 3rd /4th in same room $ 2595 $ 2695
CHILD – (3 – 5) 3rd /4th in same room $ 1865 $ 1940
INFANT – (Under 3) 3rd /4th in same room $ 750 $ 750

 


$550 per child off a separate full-time room for children under 13 (1st 2)
ALL RATES PER PERSON + 25% APPLICABLE TAXES & SERVICE CHARGES

 

PLEASE CALL FOR PARTIAL STAY RATES

2022 PGA NATIONAL SCHOLARS IN RESIDENCE

Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz

Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz is the Senior Rabbi of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. He has been a congregational Rabbi for over 30 years, and previously served pulpits in Montreal, Quebec and Mount Vernon, New York. He has always been deeply engaged in community affairs, and currently serves on the board of directors of the UJA-Federation of New York and the American Jewish Committee-NY. When he lived in Montreal, Rabbi Steinmetz served as a Vice President of the Montreal Federation, and held executive positions in the Montreal Hillel and the  Canadian Jewish Congress. He has written for many publications including The Washington Post, The Daily News, The Globe and Mail, La Presse, The Jewish Journal, Haaretz, and The Jerusalem Post.

Rabbi Steinmetz received his ordination from Yeshiva University, where he was a fellow of the Gruss Kollel Elyon and has an M.A. in Jewish Philosophy from the Bernard Revel Graduate School, and an M.A. in Education from Adelphi University. He is married to Lisa Schwartz, and they have four children.

Steven Burg

Rabbi Steven Burg currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Aish HaTorah. Rabbi Burg has been served as a scholar-in-residence for some of the premier Passover holiday destinations, both in the US and around the world. Rabbi Burg combines deep knowledge of the Jewish community, erudite Torah lectures, and a dynamic personality. He has been a contributor to Fox News, Al Jazeera, PBS, and many radio stations. Before coming to Aish HaTorah, Rabbi Burg served as the Eastern Director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center where he contributed to the fight against anti-Semitism and oversaw the Museum of Tolerance in New York City. Previously, Rabbi Burg served as the Managing Director of the Orthodox Union (OU), a $100 million dollar social welfare organization, and was the International Director of NCSY, the largest international Jewish youth movement. Rabbi Burg founded the Jewish Student Union (JSU), a network of hundreds of public high school clubs that teach unaffiliated Jewish teens about their heritage. He started the Anne Samson Jerusalem Journey (TJJ), an Israel experience for unaffiliated Jewish teens which continues to send thousands of teens to Israel. Rabbi Burg is an orator of note and has spoken in varied venues across the globe. He has a Masters in Medieval Jewish History as well as Rabbinic Ordination from Yeshiva University. He has completed management courses at Harvard Business School and the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University.

Rabbi Yitz Novak

Rabbi Yitz Novak has been involved with AIPAC for more than ten years first as a lay activist and currently as AIPAC Northeast Regional Synagogue Initiative Director. In this role, Yitz works with leading pulpit rabbis and synagogue lay leaders across the Northeast region to increase the number of pro-Israel activists in the American Jewish community. He resides in Bergenfield, New Jersey with his family.

 

2022 WORLD CLASS ENTERTAINMENT

MODI

Voted one of the top 10 comedians in New York City by The Hollywood Reporter, MODI is one of the comedy circuit’s most sought after performers. Featured on HBO, CBS, NBC, ABC, Comedy Central, Howard Stern, and E! Entertainment, MODI has received rave reviews in The New York Times, Time Out NY and The New York Post.

Born in Israel, MODI moved to the United States at the age of seven. After attending college at Boston University, MODI worked as an investment banker and had no plans to become a stand-up comedian until one open mic night changed everything.

MODI has appeared in several feature films and played leading roles in two: Waiting for Woody Allen, which won the LA Film Festival, and Stand Up, a feature-length film. According to Variety, MODI delivers a “naturally funny performance with a tremendous amount of energy on screen.”

A regular performer at the New York and Los Angeles comedy clubs, MODI also headlines around the country and across the globe. He has toured in the United Kingdom, Holland, and Israel and performs in comedy festivals and special venues, including Montreal’s Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Avraham Fried

Avraham Fried is a legend in the world of Jewish music. He’s been entertaining Jewish audiences for thirty years, in numerous concerts and venues. His music integrates a wide range of musical styles, combining them with Jewish lyrics and themes, to create unforgettable melodies that become all-time favorites. Fried is incredibly prolific, and has produced thirty CDs, the latest of which are “Yankel, Yankel” and “Live in Israel,” which is offered as both a DVD and a double CD. Fried lives with his wife and their six children in Brooklyn, New York.