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La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club
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La Jolla, California
Snuggled between the secluded La Jolla Cove and the craggy cliffs of Torrey Pines Reserve, this private Pacific beach hideaway became a prominent stop on the tennis-tournament circuit almost as soon as newspaperman F.W. Kellogg first strung its first nets back in 1935.

Today, the club still hosts the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships -- the fifth oldest tournament in the U.S. -- as well as three USTA national hard-court championships. The resort's Tennis Center features 12 hard courts, 8 with lights, and offers daily clinics, round robins and game-matching for all level of player.
Off the Court
In addition to tennis, the club features a private beach, a par-three golf course, massage services, and a full array of water sports, from guided kayak tours to snorkeling and Scuba diving. A two-room fitness center is equipped with barbells, mats and cardio and weight machines. Socializing, too, is key: Several times each week, the club hosts evening beach barbecues for members and guests.
Accommodations and Dining
With its Old Mexico-meets-high-end beach club ambience, the resort's 90 studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom suites feature calming colors, light-wood accents and wall-hung photos of past tennis greats. Of several on-site dining destinations, the highlight is the Marine Room; a favorite of guests and La Jolla locals alike, it serves inventive new American fare literally inches from the Pacific shoreline.
Prices
January - June 15
  • Rooms/Studios: $219-$429
  • Cottages: $469-$809

June 16 - Sept. 4

  • Rooms/Studios: $269-$519
  • Cottages $429-$1,179

Sept. 5 - Dec. 31

  • Rooms/Studios: $219-$429
  •  Cottages $469-$809

*Prices may vary


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Kids' Stuff
In the summer, the resort provides a Tuesday-through-Saturday supervised kids' club. Aspiring tennis pros can participate in a variety of organized on-the-court programs, including teen tournament camps and the popular "Rabbits" program, which helps kids ages 4-6 develop hand-eye and foot-eye coordination and basic motor skills.

Location
The nearest airport is San Diego International (SAN), about 12 miles south.

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