Tennis has gained a special place in the range of different services offered by Kervansaray Hotels to all their guests, primarily among the passionate fans of the sport.
Tennis courts at Kervansaray Hotels are paved using hard acrylic surface coating, one of the most popular court paving varieties for players with hard racquet strikes and rapid serves for its ability to ensure body flexibility and balance the rise of the ball. While the layer of acrylic paint on hard asphalt surface provides body flexibility, it also balances the speed and bounce of the ball.
Offering the highest number of tennis courts in the region for groups holding tennis tournaments or just wishing to get rid of the day’s stress through healthy pastime, Kervansaray Lara Convention & Spa is among the most popular and best-equipped hotels for prospective tennis tournaments. Moreover, the hotel offers an enjoyable pastime for those making their first steps in the sport thanks to the availability of experienced instructors at the hotel premises. The closer you get to know your instructor, the more you will appreciate his role of an ideal guide in leaning the game.
Enjoying a popularity growing day by day, the game can be played at the facility on 6 lighted outdoor tennis courts open for professional players as well as for learners of the game. Lighting and tennis classes are subject to additional payment. You can bring your own balls and racquets or rent those available at the facility free of charge.
Kervansaray Kundu Beach located in Antalya also has two hard-surface tennis courts with acrylic coating. Fans of the game have also been taken into consideration in the design of Kervansaray Bodrum Resort & Hotel, one of Bodrum’s most popular vacation facilities, with two tennis courts constructed there. Kervansaray Marmaris Hotel & Aparts has a multi-purpose basketball pitch convertible into a tennis court is necessary.
A good point takes a good strike and a good strike takes a top-quality court and a fit, active body.
Everything you need for that good point is here…