• Curtain Bluff (Antigua; tel. 888/289-9898 in the U.S., or 268/462-8400; www.curtainbluff.com): Small, select, and carefully run by people who love tennis, this is also the annual site of a well-known spring tournament. The courts are set in a low-lying valley.
  • Casa de Campo (Dominican Republic; tel. 800/877-3643 or 809/523-3333; www.casadecampo.com.do): The facilities here include 13 clay courts (10 are lit, and two are ringed with stadium seating), four all-weather Laykold courts, a resident pro, ball machines, and tennis pros who are usually available to play with guests. Midwinter, residents and clients of Casa de Campo have first crack at court times.
  • Half Moon (Montego Bay, Jamaica; tel. 888/830-5974 in the U.S., or 876/953-2211; http://halfmoon.rockresorts.com): This resort sprawls over hundreds of acres, with about a dozen tennis courts and at least four squash and/or racquetball courts. Jamaica has a strong, British-based affinity for tennis, and Half Moon keeps the tradition alive.
  • The Buccaneer (St. Croix; tel. 800/255-3881 in the U.S., or 340/712-2100; www.thebuccaneer.com): Hailed as having the best tennis facilities in the Virgin Islands, this resort hosts several tournaments every year. There are eight all-weather Laykold courts, two of which are illuminated at night; there's also a pro shop. Nonguests can play here for a fee.
  • Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa (St. Thomas; tel. 877/999-3223 or 340/777-7100; www.wyndham.com/hotels/STTSB/main.wnt): This resort offers the first stadium tennis court in the U.S. Virgin Islands, with a capacity of 220 spectators. In addition, it has four Laykold courts, each of which is lit for night play. There's an on-site pro shop, and lessons are available.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.