President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
This suite is considered the most expensive in the world. Its private terrace offers 18,000 square feet of glorious outdoors. From its privileged location on the eighth floor of the President Wilson Hotel, this luxury “apartment”–with 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms–offers one of the most spectacular views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. Equipped with all the amenities, the Royal Penthouse Suite is the epitome of unsurpassed luxury. Its armored windows and private entrance also make it extremely safe and discreet.
Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur
The hotel’s palatial heritage converges with modern amenities to create one of the most flamboyant atmospheres in the world. This spectacular suite comes with its own library, an astrological observatory, a private movie theater, a stunning 75,000 square-foot outdoor garden and a wraparound infinity pool.
Four Seasons Hotel, New York
This New York suite seems to hover over Manhattan. With floor to ceiling windows, one of the most irresistible attractions is the 360-degree view of the city of skyscrapers. Its nine bedrooms are bedecked with hand lacquered walls and mother-of-pearl inlays, cushions lined with elegant fabrics, from 18th-century Japanese silks to Thai silks with 18-karat gold threads. Among such ostentatious luxury, the dining room stands out: the stunning crystal chandelier designed by Deborah Thomas is one of the most prominent pieces in the suite. Equally charming are its Zen garden, private library, and its own relaxing spa. The full experience includes a personal butler and a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce.
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
The access to this suite through a private glass elevator is only the beginning of the experience. This huge space of almost 33,000 square feet is a world of splendor contained in two sumptuous floors. One of its most famous attractions is its infinity pool with glass walls offering a panoramic view of the luminous skyline of Las Vegas. The two levels of the Sky Villa suite are full of superlatives. Its private gym, spacious terraces, massage room and 24-hour butler service, are only a few additional amenities.
St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi
The Royal Suite boasts a generous surface of nearly 75,000 square feet. The first thing that catches our attention is its splendid vestibule with a beautiful Steinway grand piano as its centerpiece. But this room is only the prelude to the luxury that follows. Its majestic dining room heralds an unparalleled culinary experience, complete with the distinctive St. Regis butler service. This Royal Suite includes four magnificent bedrooms, a small movie theater, game room, private studio, and of course, uninterrupted views of the sea.
Four Seasons George V Hotel, Paris
This suite could be described as a perfectly decorated apartment. Its three bedrooms are detailed with white orchids that stand out against the golden walls. Each bedroom has its own private terrace and spacious wardrobes flooded with natural light. Through the large windows, guests can admire the most significant Parisian landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and the wonderful architectural complex of Les Invalides. The common areas offer exclusive details, such as Baccarat glassware and Knoll chairs.
St. Regis Mauritius Resort, Mauritius
With four bedrooms, this suite is the largest on the island. It offers supreme refinement and personalized service, and was designed to always exceed guest’s expectations. Staying in this wonderful suite could be described as a collection of unique moments that begin with the generosity of its spaces. With a bar, gym, recreation rooms, ample areas for offices and a private beach 500 feet long, the St. Regis Mauritius Villa has four heated swimming pools and a sliding façade that reveals one of the most charming scenarios in the world.
Atlantis Hotel, Dubai
Exclusivity, luxury, and privacy are the words that best describe the Royal Bridge Suite. The decor is exquisite and opulent and extends to every corner of its three bedrooms, living room and dining room for 16 guests. Ideal for relaxation, this palatial suite features two spacious terraces and 180-degree views of the Arabian Sea. A staff of six, including a private chef and stewards, offers one of the best services in the world.
Tokyo Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Tokyo
The American architect Frank Nicholson was commissioned to decorate the Carlton suite. Located in the highest skyscraper in Tokyo, it offers spectacular views of the Imperial Gardens, the Roppongi Hills, and Mount Fuji. With marble bathrooms and an elegant living room, this suite is part of the exclusive Club level of the Ritz-Carlton, offering distinctive and personalized service. ■