Imagine the offspring of a tennis court and a yacht. That’s the vibe you get at The Breakers, the grande dame of Palm Beach resorts. Built by Standard Oil tycoon Henry Flagler in 1926, it’s stilled owned by his family. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, this sprawling Palm Beach, Florida, resort feels like a tribute to the jazz age. And don’t forget you’re only three miles from the winter White House, Mar-A-Lago. Yes, this is one of the wealthiest communities in the country, and everywhere you turn you’re reminded of it. There are the Rolls Royces in the valet area, the gilded furnishings, frescoed ceilings and staff clad in Lilly Pulitzer. Amidst all this opulence are ten beautifully landscaped tennis courts and some of the best instructors in South Florida.