Table Of Contents
- 1. Sultan Suite at Ciragan Palace, Istanbul
- 2. Ritz-Carlton Suite at Ritz-Carlton, Moscow
- 3. Royal Suite at the Burj Al Arab, Dubai
- 4. Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel, New York
- 5. Bridge Suite at the Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
- 6. Royal Suite at Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
- 7. Shahi Mahal Suite at the Raj Palace, Jaipur, India
- 8. Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental in Pudong, Shanghai, China
- 9. Presidential Suite at The Westin Cape Town, South Africa
- 10. Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
If you had all the money in the world to spend on extravagant holidays, private jet trips and extraordinary hotels, where would you spend your dream night? It’s definitely a tough call but to help you narrow it down, we’ve put together a list of 10 of some of the most luxurious hotel suites around the world.
The Sultan Suite at Ciragan Palace is one of the largest luxury hotel suites in the world at 1,050-square-feet. You will feel like a real king or queen in this former Ottoman palace, which now stands rebuilt and finished in marble as a luxury hotel. The suite includes a private steam room and rain shower, a guest room with a Devon bathtub, two fireplaces, decadent chandeliers and more.
The Ciragan Palace is said to host the likes of royals, fashion designers and Hollywood actors. This lavish suite provides guests with the best of today’s modern amenities.
Average cost: $36,900 per night
One of the outstanding traits about the Ritz-Carlton Suites are the unparalleled views guests experience high atop the city. The 2,550-square-foot suite is decked out in majestic Russian style furniture and decorative pieces.
If you love music you will admire the living room space which has a grand piano; while the bedroom features an ensuite with marble baths, separate rain shower and private sauna.
Average cost: $18,000 per night
photo credit: THE RITZ-CARLTON MOSCOW
The 8,395-square-foot of marble floors and mahogany furniture in the Royal Suite is one of the finest and most distinctive hotel suites in the world. Where else can you enjoy a private cinema, a rotating four-poster bed, a private butler and even the free use of a 24-karat gold-plated iPad?
Rich golds, purples and reds colour the room and its exotic features distinguish it from any other luxury suite, arguably on the planet. This sumptuous suite also has a personal elevator, library and lovely views of the Arabian Gulf.
Average cost: $22,900 per night
Photo credit: Jumeirah
A night at the Ty Warner Penthouse will really make you feel like you’re on top of the world! The Penthouse which is popular with the rich and famous is located 800 feet above the street in one of the highest hotel rooms in Manhattan, giving you fantastic views of New York City.
The luxurious pad is detailed with Italian marble and Venetian velvet, with 25ft-high ceilings and a balcony at each of the suite’s corners. Other amenities include a personal butler, and the exclusive use of a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce.
Average cost: $40,000 per night
Photo credit: Four Seasons
Literally located on the bridge connecting two Royal Towers, the Atlantis Paradise Island’s Bridge Suite offers guests spectacular views of the holiday resort island. The suite’s unique amenities include his and her master bathrooms with oversized walk-in showers that are fit for a king.
Other luxuries you will find in the living room include a grand piano, bar and twin entertainment centers as well as a dining room capped with a 22-karat gold chandelier. The suite also offers guests a round-the-clock staff of seven butlers and helpers.
Average cost: $25, 000 per night
Photo Credit: Atlantis
If you’re looking to treat yourself to a one night of unrivalled luxury, then the Four Seasons Hotel George V’s Royal Suite is the place to be. Where else can you fall asleep in a plush bed under a sky illuminated by the lights of the Eiffel Tower?
The Royal Suite has a direct access to a private terrace overlooking the historic art deco fountain of the Three Graces. And apart from the fine art from the 18th and 19th century that adorn the walls of the suite, guests can enjoy a spacious marble bathroom with a steam room, sauna and a walk-in dressing room.
Average cost: $24, 550 per night
Photo credit: Four Seasons
The majestic Raj Palace is a restored ancient royal castle, so you can expect true magnificence from the opulent six-bedroom suite that is decked out with ivory and gold furniture, ornate mirrors and Italian marble floors.
The 16,000-square-foot suite has a dining room, a private theatre, and library as well as providing guests access to a personal kitchen staff over four floors.
Average cost: $40,000 per night
Photo credit: The Raj Palace
This extravagant Presidential Suite is one of the most outstanding of its kind in Shanghai. The two-bedroom suite radiates with Chinese opulence and luxurious contemporary décor. In the lovely bathroom which is larger than most Hong Kong apartments you will find an assortment of luxury bathroom amenities and plush bathrobes for ultimate comfort.
Enjoy a walk on the two private roof gardens which reveal incredible views over the city. The suite has a private meeting room, a fully equipped kitchen and a three-meter wine bar.
Average cost: $26,450 per night
Photo credit: Mandarin Oriental
Aside from the posh bathrobes and exquisite amenities that complete the spa-like experience at the The Westin’s Presidential Suite, the spacious retreat boasts full-length panoramic windows, affording guests incredible views of the Cape Town cityscape, Table Mountain and V&A Waterfront.
The suite, which features a soundproof entertainment and study room, is ideal for entertaining as it comes with a 42-inch flat screen TV and Sony Playstation, perfect for the family.
Average cost: $20,000 per night
Photo credit: The Westin Cape Town
This suite tops off the list as the largest in Europe as well as being the most luxurious suite in the world. The 12,917-square-foot Royal Penthouse Suite takes up the entire eighth and top floor of the hotel, giving guests a fantastic view over the city.
This exceptional suite offers guests pure luxury with unique amenities including one of the biggest TVs in the world, a grand piano, a private lift which takes guests directly to their royal living quarters as well as a private fitness room.
Average cost: $83,200 per night
Photo Credit: Hotel President Wilson
Whether it’s for your dream honeymoon or a one night celebration, these luxurious hotel suites provide an unforgettable experience. Why not make your trip to these, and other, incredible places even more glamorous by chartering a luxury jet to your destination for a complete on-top-of-the-world experience! And if you’d like to add more delightful getaways for your dream holiday escape, check out this Top Ten Most Extravagant Places to Stay list.
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