“Exclusive” can be ambiguous but when it comes to luxury hotels, it means price, perks, privacy, pampering, protection pools and beauty! To live your best life, you need to allow yourself to have the best of the best, so don’t hold back and see some stunning, extravagant, and luxurious suites around the world!
Royal Penthouse, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva
Let’s take a look inside the world’s most expensive luxury hotel suite! This elite luxury suite hosts dignitaries and power players who value privacy (Bill Clinton, Bill Gates).
It takes up the entire top floor of the hotel and comes complete with 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and each is equipped with lake-facing jacuzzi tubs ready for guests to soak in. You can have all this for $59,000 a night.
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel in New York City
Recognized as “a visual tour de force of volumetric flourishes and crafted surfaces” by Architectural Digest magazine, the Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons Hotel New York is a masterpiece that portrays residential living and hospitality design at the highest level.
The 4,300-square-foot space is eclectic boasting ornate furnishings—calfskin leather, afrormosia, Venetian velvet, Chinese onyx, Japanese silk, etc. The luxury suite also comes with an oversized rock crystal master bathroom with a deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower and television.
Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes (Hôtel Martinez) in Cannes, France
This 17,976-square-foot penthouse has witnessed its share of Hollywood hijinks during the Cannes Film Festival. One of the largest suites in France, the four-bedroom penthouse has its own garden, along with works of art by Picasso and Matisse.
The Art Deco hotel’s 3,122-square-foot terrace offers spectacular views of the Boulevard de la Croisette, the bay and the hotel’s private beach.
Royal Suite at Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, UAE
The Royal Suite at Waldorf Astoria is an absolutely gigantic luxurious suite at over 16,000 square feet. Designed in opulent woods and Italian marble, it features incredible 360-degree views of the Arabian Gulf and Palm Jumeirah.
The suite can comfortably house 20 guests and also comes with a piano for potential singalongs all night long.
Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris
France isn’t fond of monarchies but it gives this lavish suite a royal pass. An elegant and truly Parisian room of your own, overlooking the famous heart of couture fashion, avenue Montaigne.
From $27,000-a-night, guests enjoy spacious rooms (4,850 square feet) decorated with French Regency furniture, ornate antiques, coordinated color themes, and silk and damask accents. To make your stay even more luxurious the curtains even come embroidered with three different kinds of gold thread, being an incredible source of interior design inspiration.
Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai, China
This luxury suite takes up nearly all of the hotel’s 25th floor. The suite boasts a spacious master bedroom, its own wine cellar, a kitchen, a wine bar, meeting room and dining room.
There is also a 50-sqm bathroom and two private roof gardens. Décor fuses elements of traditional Chinese style with contemporary design.
Maharaj Pavilion at Raj Palace, Jaipur, India
When thinking of opulence and royalty, most people imagine rich golds, deep reds and chandeliers everywhere. Imagine a hotel – no, a palace really – that offers this kind of luxury. The luxury suite is a four-floor apartment with its own private entrance and private elevator, ensuring you’ll never have to see another hotel guest if you so choose.
The bedroom is laid with rich ivory and gold furniture and two luxurious bathrooms. The suite has a library, formal dining hall, kitchen, and rooftop terrace with sweeping views of the city below.
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Delana Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island in Fiji
Delana Hilltop Estate is a tropical hideaway atop Laucala’s Nawi Mountain landscape—overlooking white sand beaches, coconut groves, and rainforest jungles. The guests of the Hilltop Residence live “up on top”.
For some people it is the captivating panorama view, for others it is the unique atmosphere which makes guest’s South Seas dreams of “undreamt of pleasures” come true, with 1.200 square metres of living space, 11.000 square metres for of bedroom space and other private quarters, an unusually designed main residence with its own panoramic pool landscape, two spacious guest residences and special services such as a private cook, a chauffeur and a private nanny.
The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens
Designed for royal and prestigious guests, the Royal Villa encapsulates the essence of luxury in its splendidly appointed interior and exterior spaces welcoming esteemed guests to experience the epitome of luxury living.
This luxurious $50,000-a-night suite pampers with three bedrooms, two pools (indoor and outdoor), garden, private beach, massage area, gym as well as chef, butler, VIP transport (helicopter, limousine), personal trainer and even a pianist—all on call.
Terrace Suite at The Mark, NYC, USA
The five-bedroom Terrace Suite at The Mark is decorated with luxurious ebony and sycamore furnishing, alongside fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, having an incredible hotel interior design.
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The black-and-white marble bath features double wash basins, a deep-soaking tub and separate glass shower enclosure, both with polished nickel fittings by Lefroy Brooks, the renowned British maker.