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South Seas Island Resort

Captiva Island, Florida

By Roger Cox, Editor


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Develop your tennis skills during your luxury Caribbean getaway to Caneel Bay Resort. Work with our outstanding Peter Burwash International Tennis staff, surrounded by lush U.S. Virgin Islands National Park land. Enjoy our 7 private beaches, massage cabanas, fine dining—all located on the secluded island of St. John. For information and reservations: 340-776-6111 or visit www.caneelbay.com

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The award-winning Tennis Gardens at Longboat Key Club offers 20 Har-Tru courts, NTRP game rating, tennis concierge services, daily clinics, professional instruction and courtside dining at Court 21. Enjoy full resort amenities with our "Tennis Tune Up Package" and USTA member packages, starting at $300 per night. Call 855-434-0484 or visit www.longboatkeyclub.com



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Here's what others have had to say about South Seas Island Resort.

  • 3½-Ball Rating "Spent 4 nights at the South Seas Resort and it was about what I expected. Fantastic hard courts, above average rooms, and great beaches and pools. What "made" our stay, was the tennis shop manager Stephanie. She has been on Captiva many years and went above and beyond to make sure me and my friend enjoyed our stay. I cannot give her personally a higher rating. Pros that we saw were personable enough, but the teaching is suspect.
    We rented a convertible to spend a day on Sanibel island, which turned out to be ideal as the resort is fairly spread out. You could also rent bikes on a daily basis. Also, there is a small 9 hole par 3 golf course that was is in immaculate condition with some beautiful views. It's over an hour from the airport, but Captiva was a great place to relax and play."
    —J.K., Pro, October 2010
  • 2-Ball Rating "Sadly, only had one day to play. Rain showers had occured the night before. NO ONE was trying to dry the courts, something that happens at all other resort courts if possible. Pro Shop difficult to find.
    spaceFacility Service was poor. Was actually checked into the wrong room, walked in on a women changing!?!?!? Food was pitiful!! For $300.oo a night, Expected and deserved a great deal more!!! WILL NOT RETURN!!!"
    —H.O., Low Int., February 2009

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