Peter Burwash International Facilities Score High in Rankings
May 29, 2007 — One out of every seven facilities in the Tennis Resorts Online annual rankings has its tennis program directed by professionals from Peter Burwash International(PBI). The final rankings had 11 PBI-staffed properties in the Top 75 Tennis Resorts.
In the presitigous “Gold” category, PBI has four of its facilities in the Top 17 out of a total of 25. They are Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt in Austria (#3); Caneel Bay, A Rosewood Resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands (#12); Desert Springs, A JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Palm Desert, California (#14) and Four Seasons Resort Nevis in Nevis, West Indies (#17).
Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt also placed #4 in the Top 25 Tennis Camps rankings.
For the “Silver” category PBI again has four properties with Kapalua Resort in Maui, Hawaii; Naples Grande Resort & Club in Naples, Florida; The Ritz-Carlton Lodge - Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia and the Westin Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa in Puerto Rico.
In the “Bronze” rankings, there are three PBI sites with Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel Valley, California; Four Seasons Resort Great Exuma at Emerald Bay in the Bahamas and the Maui Prince Hotel in Maui, Hawaii.
Demonstrating its trademark of consistency in service, all eight PBI staffed facilities in last year’s rankings are on this year’s list in addition to three properties appearing for the first time … Naples Grande, Reynolds Plantation and Maui Prince.
This is the seventh year Tennis Resorts Online (tennisresortsonline.com) has published its coveted lists and the rankings are determined by vacationers who complete an online survey about their experiences.
To learn about PBI tennis destinations, employment opportunities, corporate programs by Peter Burwash and other company services, please visit pbitennis.com.
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