Caneel Bay Resort Tennis Program Named in Top 10 Caribbean Ranking


Caneel Bay Resort enjoys a breath-taking location on the north shore of St. John.

Caneel Bay Resort was ranked number eight on the 2013 online ranking of the Top 100 Tennis Resorts.

Tennis aficionados seeking superior play beneath the Caribbean sun should look no further than Caneel Bay, A Rosewood Resort.

The exclusive beachfront resort on St. John, has earned a Gold Medal ranking for being in the top 25 resorts from Tennis Resorts Online.

Caneel Bay made the list at #8 in the 2013 online ranking of the Top 100 Tennis Resorts and Camps. Caneel Bay also took the spot of the top-ranked resort in the Caribbean, #4 for Best Setting, and #2 for Best for Couples. Caneel Bay has been the highest ranking tennis resort in Mexico, Caribbean and the Bahamas since 2005.

“We are honored to be recognized in this way by Tennis Resorts Online and thank all our tennis guests for their kind support,” said Donald Becker, Director of Tennis at Caneel Bay. “I would also like to thank the owners and managers at Caneel Bay and our entire tennis team who are instrumental in offering the highest standards of service to our guests. I feel this award is a testament to the fact that tennis is a big draw for visitors to the U.S. Virgin Islands.”

Whether an avid player or a beginner, anyone with an interest in tennis can take a swing at Caneel Bay. The resort has 11 all-weather outdoor courts, including two hard courts and nine OMNI artificial grass courts.

Tennis clinics, women’s-only sessions, cardio tennis classes, and weekly round-robin tennis tournaments are available. For younger players, Caneel Bay offers USTA’s 10 and Under Tennis program.

Private lessons with tennis pro Donald Becker and his staff trained by Peter Burwash International, which has operated the Caneel Bay tennis program for more than 30 years are available.

Forget to pack your racquet or tennis shoes? Not to worry: the resort offers them for use on a complimentary basis. For additional information visit