The team members spent a fair amount of time in the hot tub, while on hotel property but not in the rooms nor on the courts. Besides having a large bunch of tennis players in the hot tub with beers, and other beverages, conversing with each other, players IN the hot tub had conversations with hotel guests (mostly tennis players) NOT IN the hot tub but on the balconies of their rooms! This weekend was not the time to be staying at the Riviera if you wanted peace and quiet!
The hotel had lots and lots of tennis courts for all of the matches of the tournament. I believe some of the courts were held out for the guests who were not associated with the tournament so they also had a chance to play. The grounds in general were very pretty and restful.
Other features of this hotel were:
Great location – Yes you did have to drive to get to the restaurants and other sightseeing sites but you were relatively close to downtown so it wasn’t a long drive (or you could walk if you had lots of time and energy).
Great restaurant/pub on site --- One couple told me that she had special dietary requests that were always handled very politely and professionally
Large banquet facilities --- On Saturday evening, approximately 700 – 900 tennis players were assembled for food and drinks, entertainment and dancing, and other fun.
At least two large swimming pools where I was able to water jog without bumping into lots of other swimmers.
Computer access (though there was a charge to use the facilities)
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