ALL INCLUSIVE Adult Tennis Vacations/Clubs/Resorts ?!

LaZeR

Professional
Hi, do you know of any Tennis Vacation Resorts &/or Clubs for Adults, etc, where ONE PRICE covers everything like accomodations, meals, court time, clinics, events, etc?

All parts of the world are welcome. Plz Post Links. THANKS!!
 
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CNButts

New User
Couples Swept Away Negril had clay courts and a clinic each day that was apart of an all-inclusive resort as of 17 years ago in Jamaica. No idea if it is still functioning or not, but was good back then.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Hi, do you know of any Tennis Vacation Resorts &/or Clubs for Adults, etc, where ONE PRICE covers everything like accomodations, meals, court time, clinics, events, etc?

All parts of the world are welcome. Plz Post Links. THANKS!!
OK here is what I know: no place in the US is all inclusive, except one resort which costs $700 a day. Mexico and Caribbean have many such. Checkout the Club Med places.
 

LaZeR

Professional
Mexico and Caribbean have many such. Checkout the Club Med places.
Ya, checked out Club Med a bit which is more like an all around general vacation and they have tennis courts as an optional activity, but couldn't find anything like so called "tennis packages" per se, where things are organized in advance like scheduled play, clinics, events, etc. If that's the case then Cuba might be better, play on the beach, and wayyy cheaper.
 
Ya, checked out Club Med a bit which is more like an all around general vacation and they have tennis courts as an optional activity, but couldn't find anything like so called "tennis packages" per se, where things are organized in advance like scheduled play, clinics, events, etc. If that's the case then Cuba might be better, play on the beach, and wayyy cheaper.
I’ve started to conduct some research for my next holiday... came across these options

https://www.tennisholidayscroatia.com/

https://www.stanglwirt.com/en/sport/offer/tennis.html

https://tennisholidays.co.uk/
 
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SinneGOAT

Professional
OK here is what I know: no place in the US is all inclusive, except one resort which costs $700 a day. Mexico and Caribbean have many such. Checkout the Club Med places.
I think if I could pay 700 dollars a day I wouldn’t look for an all inclusive resort lol.
 

OnTheLine

Hall of Fame
Nadal's Cancun academy might be a nice option ... has tennis program as well as hotel package ... may or may not include food



But really ... set your budget and put one together for yourself ... find somewhere with good tennis programs, most will allow you to design your own camp with a pro as a combo of private lessons and group clinics, find a hotel and create a budget for your meals .... now you are "all-inclusive"
 
Check out the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch. Located in Texas. They have adult camps/programs that include meals and entertainment. I haven’t been, but have heard good things.
 

Demented

Rookie
I'd recommend the Couples Swept Away option in Negril. I went last year and it's a fantastic beach resort combined with an excellent tennis facility. The two facilities are on opposite sides of the road. One side is the resort and the other is a tennis club/stand alone athletic facility for tennis and a bunch of other stuff. You get an hour of private lessons per day included, I wouldn't bother with the random play against guests, just hit against their pros. Plus if you work hard enough on the court it makes up for the unlimited food and alcohol.....
 

JW10S

Hall of Fame
One word of caution when booking something like this--ask how many others are signed up. I was a pro at a 5 star resort that won numerous awards for their tennis program worldwide every year. The resort offered tennis lessons, clinics, round robins, social tennis events, tournaments which was plenty for any tennis enthusiast but they also offered a 'tennis camp package' that included hotel, meals, 4 hours of instruction a day, court time and sight seeing. These packages were booked not through the tennis club but through the resort management. Usually groups of people would sign up but one time I got word that 1 person was coming for the tennis camp. I asked if the person knew they were the only one and was told no. The person showed up to the court the 1st day and she was an attractive woman in her late 20's or early 30's. She was devastated to hear she was the only one. She had envisioned coming to this beautiful resort and meeting other possibly single tennis players and have it be a social time. On the 2nd day while on the court with me she literally had a nervous breakdown, crying, yelling, it was not good. The camp was supposed to be 5 days, I never saw her again--don't know what happened to her. I was later promoted to a position where I ran the tennis program and I took control of the tennis camps. I made sure that on those times where there was only one or a small group that they knew what to expect and had a way out if they wanted. Unfortunately I have heard from many other people over the years who have signed up for a tennis package at different places around the world and are never told they are one of a very few or the only one because the place just wants your money. Trust me, ask how many others will be involved in the program before you commit, don't assume that every place that offers a tennis package will have a lot of other people.
 
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