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Surrounded turquoise lagoons, swaying palm trees, white beaches, and lush volcanic mountains -- it still has room for five fantastic restaurants, an hole golf course, and 25 unique villas. Owned and created by Austrian billionaire, Dietrich Mateschitz, this resort was seemingly created for the only most wealthy people on the planet. You can hear Gatsby popping the champagne bottles in the Hamptons. Beautiful beaches, high-end restaurants, nightclubs, and designer clothing stores are all part of the allure. Some rich folks fly on a private jet to get there from Manhattan.
While plebeians hop on the ferry, rich folks fly on a private jet to get to this pricy island.
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Exclusive golf clubs, boutique shops, historical beach houses, and lux oceanfront hotels draw in the wealthy. Plenty of billionaires consider West Palm Beach their second home. White sandy beaches and the Miami party scene make for the ideal winter getaway. Even its main drag looks just like Rodeo Drive.