This is why you should visit and play tennis in Naples, Florida! – tennistravelsite.com

In 2008, on one of my visits to the Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne, Florida, I met a gal at the adult pool.  She said, if you like this resort, you will really like the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, Florida.  I’ve always wanted to play tennis at the Ritz Carlton, Naples, Florida.  In early December 2016, my husband and I had the opportunity to stay the Ritz Carlton, Naples, Florida.
Our tennis experience:
We arrived first thing Saturday morning.  We checked in, and immediately checked out the tennis courts.  We had called the day before and reserved our spots in the morning clinics.  Chris was our “Teaching Pro.”  There were a total of three people in our drill.  The other tennis player was at a lower level than us; however, the tennis professional worked very hard to give us a good workout.  Overall, we were happy with the tennis clinic.  The next day we had a semi-private tennis clinic, which was excellent.
Resort experience:
The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida did not disappoint.   The weather was perfect in the high 70s, in early December, with no humidity!    We stayed at the club level and were told to try their famous sticky buns.    The Ritz-Carlton, Naples pool was very inviting.  We spent the day after tennis, enjoying our time at the pool in the warm sun!    During the holiday, the resort has a giant gingerbread house in the lobby.  It was relaxing listening to the piano music being played during the dinner service to finish the day.
When you visit this resort, wake up for sunrise.  It was a nice walk through the resort boardwalk, across the mangrove, to the beach.  I felt so much peace while watching the sunrise.  You are bound to embrace the intimate, private setting….from the resort to the resort activities.  I can’t wait to go back.

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