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Madden's Mobile Resort Guide


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The Classic at Madden's

Photo by Todd Buchanan

Nowadays when there seems to be an app for practically everything, it only makes sense that resorts would start to offer them too. Especially ones like Madden's, whose property spans some 1,000 acres and offerings are wide-ranging. The resort launched its app, which acts as a mobile resort guide, last month, and is available on all smartphones and tablets. Here's a look at its features: 

Property map: Navigate to your room, on-site restaurants, golf courses, the spa—anywhere on the property, really. You can drop pins on locations on the map you want to remember, making getting around later or from place to place easier.

Daily activities: There's so much going on at Madden's, it could be easy to miss or overlook something. Here all of the daily activities are conveniently listed along with information about them.

Dining: View the hours and menus of the restaurants on-site, which include The Classic Grill, The Restaurant at Madden Inn & Golf Club, The Dining Room at Madden Lodge, Lobby Cafe, ParFecto Pizza, 19th Hole, and O'Madden Pub.

Golf Courses: Book your tee time at The Classic, Pine Beach East, Pine Beach West, or the Social 9.

Spa: View the menu at The Spa at Madden's, and then click to call to book your service.

Notifications: Never miss out on last-minute specials or announcements.

If you're planning a trip to Madden's, I'd say the convenience is definitely worth the download. Find it here for Apple and Android.

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