Indian Wells 2016 Launches Hospitality Packages

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Hotel, Mini and Group ticket packages for the BNP Paribas Open, one of the most spectacular tennis events in the world, to be held March 7-20, 2016 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, are now on sale, it was announced by Steve Simon, tournament director.

To provide the ultimate tennis vacation to its patrons, the BNP Paribas Open Hotel packages offer a wide variety of benefits and unique experiences, including luxury destination resorts, preferred box and suite seating at the tournament, transportation to the venue, exclusive dining, on-site tennis clinics, and behind-the-scenes tours of the second largest tennis stadium in the world (Stadium 1). In addition, fans can enjoy great weather, shopping, outdoor activities including hiking and biking, and world-class golf and spa treatments. All together, these packages offer fans a memorable experience in one of the most beautiful vacation resort areas in the world.

With six different Hotel packages there are plenty of options, including First Serve (3/9-3/11), Aces Weekend (3/11-3/13), Champions (3/14-3/17), Final Four Days (3/17-3/20), Advantage Weekend (3/18-3/20) and Masters Week (3/13-3/20). Each package affords fans 14 different hotel properties to choose from, including four properties that are only minutes from the venue – Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa, Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa, Miramonte, and Indian Wells Resort Hotel. In addition, the variety of ticket types will afford the best locations available, including the opportunity to sit in a luxury air-conditioned suite, lower bowl box seats and upper bowl loge seats, which all have a fantastic vantage point of Stadium 1.

While hotels and seats are very important, adding additional features can make the experience a memory that lasts a lifetime. The Masters Week package offers fans the opportunity to play on the same courts as the pros in a one hour tennis clinic and meet-and-greet with a former tennis pro, and also take a behind-the-scenes tour to see where players relax, international journalists work, broadcast media televise around the world, and catch a glimpse of the inner workings of one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

All of the hotel packages include hotel/Tennis Garden shuttle service (some exceptions apply), official tournament program and daily draw sheet.

In addition to the hotel packages, one of the most popular options for tennis fans are the Mini packages, which offer five different options, including the Kick-Off Weekend (six sessions, 3/11-3/13), Evening (nine sessions, 3/10-3/18), Mid-Week (six sessions, 3/15-3/17), Final Weekend (four sessions, 3/18-3/20) and the Championship Weekend (two sessions, 3/19-3/20). Mini packages provide the same great seat location for all sessions located in the lower bowl box seat sections, the upper bowl loge seat section, as well as the luxury club suites. Buying early ensures the best seat locations.

Group packages offer a great value for ten or more patrons and include complimentary tickets as well as seating in all premium seating locations including loge, box seat and club suite. The All Pro package allows groups to purchase 50 tickets or more, from any seating category, to any of the 21 sessions, and in turn receive two complimentary Stadium Box seat tickets to any session of their choice. This is a great option for tennis clubs whose members may want to attend different sessions throughout the tournament.

For those  looking to bring a high school or college team to watch some amazing tennis, the Team package of ten or more per session gets you a 30% discount on loge seating, a complimentary ticket for every ten purchased and recognition for your team in Stadium 1.

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