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15 Luxurious Hotel Suites That Will Make You Feel Royal

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15 Luxurious Hotel Suites That Will Make You Feel Royal

Most of us love to travel and plan dream vacations (that’s why Pinterest exists, after all). We can all agree that one of the most important parts of a vacation is the accommodation. Usually, when we are looking for a hotel, we try to book one that is safe, comfortable enough to allow a good night’s rest and close to all the hottest attractions. Those are just the bare necessities. Have you ever dreamed of going beyond the necessities and staying at one of the world’s finest hotel suites? We’re sure you have! But, just what would you imagine a $25,000-per-night hotel suite to be like, though? At the price of a brand-new car, it must be special! Without a doubt, you can expect state-of-the-art security, fine furnishings, a few HDTVs and exceptional service from a luxury hotel suite.

The following 15 hotel suites each cost ridiculous amounts of money, ranging from $20,000 to a whopping $86,000 per night. Only celebrities, the wealthiest CEOs and true royalty can afford them. They offer everything from private chefs to personalized spa treatments and even a fully-equipped recording studio!

15. Royal Suite, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris


This hotel suite is so luxurious, even its name has the word ‘royal’ in it. The Royal Suite in the Four Seasons Hotel George V, located in Paris, is truly fit for a king or queen—or at least, those who want to live like one for a few days. As a guest of this 2,630 square-feet suite, you’ll have access to a private terrace overlooking a historic fountain, marble bathrooms, a gorgeous walk-in dressing room and sauna. The over-the-top suite is decorated with roses, 18th century art, crystal chandeliers and French antiques. You can enjoy it all for $24,550 USD per night.

14. Royal Towers Bridge Suite, Atlantis, Bahamas


Any room at Atlantis is sure to be impressive, but the Royal Towers Bridge Suite will blow you away. Not only will you be able to enjoy amazing views from the suite’s full-length windows, but you’ll have a lot of space to do so in—10 whole rooms, to be exact. These aren’t just any ordinary rooms, either. They are filled with gold-threaded sofas, marble floors, whirlpool tubs, a baby grand piano, a full-service bar and a 22-carat gold chandelier. Is that even necessary? No, it’s just pure luxury. Add to that seven butlers, unlimited access to the movie theatre plus unlimited access to Aquaventure and maybe (just maybe) you can see why it costs $25,000 per night.

13. The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens


Are you noticing a trend? Yes, these hotel suites really are made for royalty. The Royal Villa in the Grand Resort Lagonissi is certainly no exception. Besides the fact that it’s located in the beautiful city of Athens, this suite comes equipped with an indoor pool, outdoor heated pool, steam bath, massage room, gym and outdoor BBQ facilities. It also includes service from a butler, private chef, and pianist. Seriously, what more could you possibly ask for? Well, maybe a lower price tag since this one is pretty hefty, at $34,356 per night.

12. Royal Suite, St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, UAE


Spanning the upper two levels of the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, the Royal Suite is stunning. When it was unveiled in 2013, it was the largest hotel suite in Abu Dhabi, consisting of an incredible 22,600 square feet. It offers a private movie theater, game room, spa, swimming pool and sweeping views of the Arabian Gulf. There is also a Steinway grand piano, a private butler, walk-in closet and ocean-facing bathroom. We wouldn’t expect anything less for $35,000 per night.

11. Villa Rockstar, Eden Rock Hotel, St. Barths


Whether you’d like to live like royalty or a rockstar, the Villa Rockstar is sure to fulfill your fantasy. This sprawling 16,000-square-feet villa features six bedrooms, a bathroom with 24-carat gold tiles, a swimming pool, a screening room, pool table, fully-equipped gym and walled garden. Not surprisingly, there’s butler service and personal chefs. But, the real ‘rockstar’ part has to do with its state-of-the-art recording studio, which includes a Neve console used by John Lennon himself. Is your heart desiring even more? Well, there’s also a whiskey bar with 40 different whiskeys and a mini Cooper for your use. Just pay $20,500 per night and it can all be yours.

10. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva


What do Bill Gates and Rihanna have in common? Well, aside from the fact that they’re both rich, they’ve both stayed at the $65,000-per-night Royal Penthouse Suite of the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva. Taking up the entire top floor of the hotel, this 12-room suite offers panoramic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. Privileged guests can enjoy a private fitness room, collection of ancient books, a Steinway grand piano, a billiard, a marble bathroom, Jacuzzi and bath products by Hermès.

The suite also features maximum security, with bulletproof doors and windows, a panic room and a private elevator.

9. Royal Suite, Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris


There’s just something about Parisian hotel suites that scream royalty. Perhaps its the country’s history with the monarchy. This particular suite (one of the largest in Paris) is decorated with purple, raspberry and gold fabrics and furniture, fresh flowers and antiques. It is designed by the co-founder of the French version of Architectural Digest, so you should expect nothing but beautiful designs. 

Guests can enjoy a complimentary bottle of Krug champagne, fruit bowls, Jacuzzi, steam room, private balcony with a stunning view and nine flat-screen TVs (with two hidden in the living room mirrors). 

8. Shangri-La Suite, Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul


According to the Shangri-La Bosphorus’ website, the experience of staying in this amazing suite “can be likened to standing on a ship deck.” That’s because its three private terraces offers unparalleled views of the Bosphorus Strait. It is the only suite in the hotel with two bedrooms, complete with 800-thread count linen (of course). The marble bathroom has a heated floor, Bvlgari toiletries and a 19-inch TV embedded into the mirror. Sounds nice, but you’ll have to dish out $26,385 per night to stay here.

7. Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai


Taking up the majority of the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, the two-bedroom Presidential Suite offers a private wine cellar, wine bar, a steam room and two roof gardens with breathtaking views of the city. Guests can don a silk kimono or plush bathrobe as they enjoy the luxury toiletries by Atelier Cologne (or watch TV in the bathroom). There’s also an on-call butler service, complimentary use of business meeting rooms, all-day refreshments and a complimentary sunset river cruise.

6. Shahi Mahal Suite, Raj Palace Hotel, India


What can you do with $45,000? You can pay off your student loans, buy a brand-new car, make a down-payment on a house or spend one night in the most luxurious hotel suite in the Raj Palace Hotel. Why would you want to do such a thing? Well, the suite boasts a private theater, library, private kitchen staff, its own museum with antique clocks and jewelry, antique furniture, crystal chandeliers, private elevator, private rooftop with views of the city, hot tub and much more.

5. Presidential Suite, Principe di Savoia, Italy


Milan is one of those cities the wealthy seem to visit often. Fittingly, the Presidential Suite in the Principe di Savoia is one suite only the wealthy can afford. For €17,000 per night, Lady Gaga and Madonna are just two of the celebs who have enjoyed a stay in this opulent suite. It features a wraparound terrace with views of Piazza della Repubblica, Imperial-style furniture, a large private pool, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, designer linen and overall “celebrity glamour.” Sounds pretty sweet, doesn’t it?

4. Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons, New York


If you’ve got cash to spend carelessly (and we’re talking about $45,000 per night), you may want to visit the Ty Warner Penthouse Suite in New York’s Four Seasons Hotel. Enjoy incredible 360-degree views of Manhattan from four glass balconies or through the windows of a chauffeured Rolls-Royce. Or, if you’d like to forget about the bustling city for a while, you can relax in the Zen room or spa. The suite offers an infinity soak tub, library and master bedroom with walls made of onyx and rock crystal. All guests receive complimentary service from a personal trainer, too.

3. Owner’s Villa, Cheval Blanc Randheli, Maldives


Nothing says luxury like a four-bedroom villa on a private island in the Maldives. It has its own spa, where you can practice yoga with a yoga master, a 25-meter-long pool, pristine private beaches and tropical gardens. For seafood lovers, there’s also a chef who will cook up fresh catches of the day. There’s even a guest villa with a private cinema. You won’t be bored here, since there’s tailor-made activities and access to speedboats and a yacht. What’s the cost to stay in this paradise? So much it isn’t even listed on their website.

2. Hilltop Estate Owner’s Accommodation, Laucala Island Resort, Fiji


This accommodation is similar to the previous one, since it’s also a private villa on an island. Guests can expect to receive special services, such as a private cook, nanny and chauffeur. They can also enjoy beach horse riding, golf, a welcome massage and a spa where they can create their own soap or lotion.

The craziest thing about this estate, though? You need to receive approval before you can spend a night here. That’s right—you need to be approved by the resort to pay them $44,000 per night.

1. Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York


Staying at the Grand Penthouse will make you feel like royalty simply because you’ll be staying in the world’s most expensive hotel suite. At 12,000 square feet, it’s the largest suite in the USA. It has five bedrooms, an infinity tub, a floating gas fireplace, a rooftop terrace and a living room (which can be converted into a ballroom) with 26-foot-high ceilings. There’s also in-suite hair styling by Frederic Fekkai salon, a private car and personal training. We’ll go ahead and assume that if you feel like there’s something missing, they’ll throw it in. After all, $86, 000 per night is far from cheap.


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