I was here for a training event. The facility was very nice and the service was exceptional. They catered our meeting and the food was well presented, but it was poorly prepared and was not what I would expect from a country club kitchen.
Great course and good people. Whats not to like.
Came for dinner, stayed for the coconut prawns. Seriously, the coconut prawns were amazing. The slightly spicy yet sweet sauce is also quite good. Pretty good beer selection including 3 on tap Oktoberfest beers. The ahi tuna tacos were pretty good but not spectacular. Service was very friendly and gave some suggestions. The best part was, I didn't have to borrow a member's jacket!
Just left a Windermere Relocation Event at the Sand Point Country Club. The meeting room was in good condition and the views of the golf course and the water were phenominal. The staff was very friendly, they helped take some pictures of the event and they were all very cheerful. I would definitely go to another event at this venue.
I have used this venue many times for work events and their service is always top notch. A place that would normally be considered stiffy and stuffy, the people here are very down-to-earth and friendly and their staff is amazing. I can only rate SPCC for their banquet hall and catering service which is excellent. The views are nice and since their remodel 2 years ago, everything is completely modern and they added an elevator! I remember the days of having special events here and having to lug several big boxes of stuff up a flight of winding stairs.
Their food is pretty decent for a sit down dinner. I've never gotten any complaints on parking although their parking lot in front of their clubhouse is strictly for SPCC members only.
The catering manager I have had the pleasure of working with is always professional and accomodating. Their staff is just as friendly and helpful.
I would certainly recommend this place for weddings or elegant affairs if the price doesn't deter you away, as it is pretty expensive to hold an event here. But, what do you expect for a country club?