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tingwc 04-06-2008 05:24 PM

Places to play in San Jose, Costa Rica?
 
I'm going down to San Jose, Costa Rica for a week and haven't really been able to find a place to play tennis. I know there is a tennis club by the park La Sabana, but apparently it's only open to members and they won't allow guests at all (even if we pay a daily rate). The only other place I know is Hotel Barcelo, but the courts are in pretty poor condition.

Anybody know any courts in San Jose, preferably ones which I can hire a pro to hit with for a few hours? If anybody knows of any clay courts down there, I'd be your best friend forever! Muchas gracias!

swedechris 03-28-2010 06:29 AM

I am also interested in this .. anyone been down there and knows a thing or 2 about tennis in Costa Rica?

peoplespeace 04-10-2010 05:00 PM

tennis hotel
 
greay tennis hotel in naples, san jose. Teaching pros as well as good knockers at 3 usd an hr!! loved it. Google Tennis Hotel san jose and ull find it, room rate was about 60 usd for double room.

FlyingBoat 05-10-2010 11:04 AM

This Costa Rica hotel does seem interesting. Very inexpensive and I can actually find available seets using airline miles, (unlike many other locations).

Anybody else have any information on this San Jose Hotel and Tennis Club's tennis programs? They have a lot of courts, but I haven't been able to find out what they offer after pages of googling.

All I see are descriptions of the hotel and facilities. I called reservations, but they had nothing to say about it. I sent an email to the hotel and will see if I get any response.

welcome2petrkordaland 05-06-2011 03:38 PM

i may go down to san jose this summer and was also wondering about tennis possibilities. can anyone shed any light on this? are there clay courts down there too? do you have to be a hotel guest to use the courts generally?

TheIrrefutableOne 05-08-2011 05:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tingwc (Post 2229885)
I'm going down to San Jose, Costa Rica for a week and haven't really been able to find a place to play tennis. I know there is a tennis club by the park La Sabana, but apparently it's only open to members and they won't allow guests at all (even if we pay a daily rate). The only other place I know is Hotel Barcelo, but the courts are in pretty poor condition.

Anybody know any courts in San Jose, preferably ones which I can hire a pro to hit with for a few hours? If anybody knows of any clay courts down there, I'd be your best friend forever! Muchas gracias!


I was at the tennis club near La Sabana in January, and you can play there. They have about 15 hard courts, plus walls, swimming pools, and basketball court.

Mingo. 05-13-2011 06:43 AM

I have played tennis in San Jose, so it is possible :)

However I was younger and staying with relatives so I will get an email to them asking where it was and if its still open. It was a little seedy but nonetheless nice hard courts.

anhuynh16 05-23-2011 06:26 PM

Going in 2 weeks, tennis courts at the Marriott (forgot which one)

Zolar 01-04-2012 03:38 PM

Ocotal
 
Anyone know of courts/places to play near Ocotal?


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