Peter Burwash International to Direct Tennis Program at Las Ventanas
Peter Burwash International (PBI) is pleased to announce it has recently signed an agreement to provide tennis management services for the renowned Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort. Often listed as one of the world’s finest hotels, Las Ventanas is the only AAA Five- Diamond luxury property located in Los Cabos, Mexico. PBI will offer its unique brand of personalized tennis instruction and unparalleled customer service to Las Ventanas guests beginning in November.
Commenting on the relationship, Las Ventanas Managing Director Lionel Alvarez said “PBI’s reputation for world-class tennis programs and outstanding service is a perfect match for our passion to deliver the ultimate guest experience. PBI will bring a new dimension of excitement and quality to our guest activities.”
Guests taking instruction at Las Ventanas will become part of PBI’s lesson continuity program, which ensures when they return or visit another PBI location, the teaching will pick up again right where the last lesson left off. PBI’s unique Tennis for Life™ program will feature a menu of private and group lessons, round robin social tournaments, Cardio Tennis™, player matching and energizing tennis events.
PBI President Peter Burwash, well-known for traveling over 250 days each year, noted, “Los Cabos is a great destination for North American vacationers because of its proximity and convenience of flights. Las Ventanas played a lead role in elevating it to one of Mexico’s most upscale destinations and we are honored to be associated with this legendary luxury property.”
For the past thirty years, PBI has also been directing the tennis program for celebrated sister Rosewood properties in the Caribbean: Caneel Bay and Little Dix Bay.
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