Pool in the bedroom, bathrooms with gold details, cinema room, original art pieces within the reach of guests. And more: stunning views, living room with dining area and kitchen, exclusive and personalized services that include taking a yatch to restaurants and reservations in places that are booked out for months, custom-designed furniture by renowned architects and designers. These are just a few perks of those staying in one of the most luxurious suites in hotels around the world.
They often receive celebrities, millionaires, royalty and authorities, who seek much more than comfort. They want luxury and are willing to pay for nights that can exceed 80,000 euros. Want to know a little more about this universe?
Here are listed the most luxurious hotel suites in countries such as United States, Switzerland, China, Portugal and India.
- Empathy Suite at Palms Casino Resort (Las Vegas – USA)
Opened in 2019, Empathy Suite, located at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, continues wiit its title of most expensive suite in the world. For 89,000 euros per night – which corresponds to $105,500 dollars, it is possible to enjoy the game room with a tank with formaldehyde and two (dead) sharks. The work is called “Winner/Loser”. Another work in the suite is Hists’s famous butterflies, that decorate the bottom of the outdoor jacuzzi which offers a unique panoramic view of the city’s most famous avenue, the Las Vegas Strip.
The suite has two floors and more than 836 square meters. There are two bedrooms, rooms made with marble, a social area with a bar, bathroom with floor-to-ceiling windows and a gym. Other highlights are the lounge, terrace and massage rooms.
Some of the facilities offered to guests are 24-hour butler service and a private chauffeur for tours in Las Vegas.
- Royal Suite D.João II, in the Convent of Espinheiro Historic Hotel & Spa (Alentejo – Portugal)
The royal suite D.João II is located in the Convent of Espinheiro Historic Hotel & Spa, the first 5-star hotel in Alentejo, in the charming city of Évora in Portugal. It is a true invitation for guests to embark on an authentic historical journey, while experiencing the luxury and comfort of the room, as members of the Portuguese Royal family.
The 110m² space is ready to provide a unique experience with king size bed and Simmons sheets, a mini bar with selection of premium products, bathroom with Bulgari amenities and an elegant bathtub created by renowned designer Phillip Stark.
The charm is the private terrace overlooking the gardens, conducive to the guest’s desire, which can be a breakfast or a private moment between couples, friends or family.
- The Penthouse, Four Season Hotel George V (Paris)
Located by the famous Champs-Élysées, The Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris features the Penthouse Suite, which offers unique moments for its guests. The highligth is the view of the Eiffel Tower and the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur, from a private terrace.
The suite also has an internal garden and private minibar. Other exquisite touches of the room include crystal cups and bathroom covered in marble.
- Maharajah Pavilion at Raj Palace Hotel (Jaipur – India)
The Raj Palace Hotel in India is part of the selected group of the most luxurious hotels on the planet. And it is in the Maharajah Pavilion, the most expensive hotel suite in the entire Asian continent.
Guests willing to pay approximately $75,000 per night can enjoy the four-story penthouse built to impress in every detail. The suite offers a luxurious dining room and even a library. The furniture is made of ivory and pure gold.
- Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson (Geneva – Switzerland)
Another suite that is pure luxury is the Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland. It is so luxurious that it has become one of the favorite places for political leaders and celebrities when they stay in the city.
The penthouse has 480m² and 12 rooms, besides a jacuzzi facing Lake Geneva. Guests also enjoy a private terrace with panoramic lake views and a private chef.
- Royal Bridge Suite, Atlantis (Dubai – United Arab Emirates)
Housed in Dubai’s Atlantis Hotel, the Royal Bridge Suite features a private elevator leading to the private entrance. The suite is 924 m² which includes the dining room for up to 16 people, a game room, a massage room and a library. There are three bedrooms in the suite, that have oriental decor, with large curtains and carpets.
- The Mark Penthouse at The Mark Hotel (New York – USA)
It is the largest penthouse suite of a North-American hotel. It occupies the top two floors of the Mark Hotel, over 930 m2, designed by the French interior designer Jacques Grange. There are five bedrooms, four fireplaces, six bathrooms, dining room for 12 people, a library and two toilet rooms. The eight-meters high ceiling living room has a retractable roof and can be transformed into a ballroom. The 230m2outdoor area has a privaterooftop, overlooking Central Park and an outdoor dining area.
- Royal Suite at The Savoy (London – England)
From this suite you can see the River Thames and the London Eye Ferris wheel, one of the symbols of the English capital. Installed on the fifth floor, the Royal Suite at The Savoy features a luxurious dining room and a huge walk-in closet.
The suite reservation offers additional bonuses, such as the airport shuttle driven by the hotel butler, and a chauffeured Rolls-Royce available at all times so that guests can go around London in all comfort and style.
- Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Hotel (Shanghai – China)
With 788m2,the Presidential Suite occupies almost the entire 25th floor of the hotel, with an impressive view. There, one is to experience a modern mix of traditional Chinese elements with contemporary design, in the spacious room integrated into a bathroom with 50m2, where there is a bath, TV and a sauna.
The suite also has an equipped kitchen, its own wine cellar and a wine bar,as well as the dining room. The living room impresses, with a 4.8 meter floor height and bold decor. On the exterior area, there are two private gardens with lounge.
- Grand Riad at the Royal Mansour (Marrakesh – Morocco)
The Royal Mansour in Marrakesh was planned by King Mohammed VI in a combination of 53 riads (Moroccan-style palace) spread over more than2,000 m2 of ornamental gardens. All riads have three floors, luxurious facilities, marble floors, carved cedar furniture and a private terrace.
The most luxurious is the Grand Riad, a 1,800 m² palace, which includes a stunning living room, neoclassical-style dining room, four bedrooms with their own bathrooms and closets, a courtyard with fountains, flower gardens and private pool, rooftop overlooking the Atlas Mountains and Koutoubia Mosque.