We know the feeling. But you don’t get it every run-of-the-mill hotel room. No, it takes something special to make you forget the rest of the hotel or even the rest of the city you are in.
Whether it’s a floating hot tub, your very own private cocktail bar, or an in-room cinema, these ten hotel rooms are so impressive that you may well find yourself having difficulty leaving them.
Besides, there’s always room service…
As well as offering you spectacular views over the iconic city of love, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme’s Imperial Suite features a plush hot tub, a steam room, and a private massage table. And there’s still plenty of room left over in the 250 square metre suite.
Even the Obamas, who stayed here a couple years ago, would have had a hard time leaving this sumptuous suite at The Ritz Carlton Moscow. The 232 square metre suite has its own library and a grand piano, along with all the extravagant touched you’d expect of a place fit for a president. Read more, see more images and get the very best rates for your stay at Ritz Carlton Moscow here.
Once a $60 million apartment, the Grand Penthouse at The Mark in New York is now New York’s largest (and most expensive) hotel suite. It offers a total of five bedrooms, as well as a grand living room, an even grander piano, and a huge rooftop terrace. Oh, and you can order room service from renowned chef Jean-Georges’ exclusive room service menu.
Looking out over the Aegean Sea at Cape Sounio, this stunning suite pampers has “just” three bedrooms, but makes up for it with two pools (one indoor and one outdoor), its own garden, a private beach, massage area, and a gym. If that wasn’t enough, a private chef and butler are on hand to cater to serve up something delicious whenever you like.
This magnificent suite overlooks London’s Hyde Park and features four bedrooms, including a master bathroom that has its very own steam room. There is also a kitchen, a dining room that seats 10, and a spacious living room with romantic fireplace and bar.
The Apartment at The Connaught is a bright and bold space, beautifully decorated with delicate lavender colours, French doors, and regal furnishings. High ceilings and a four-post bed will make you feel like royalty, and the private butler will make sure you have everything you need to stay holed up in here for good while.
Dubai’s most well-known landmark, the Burj Al Arab stands an impressive 321 metres high. But its most extraordinary achievement is its Royal Suite, which at 780 square metres is simply vast. If you find yourself at a loss of what to do here, the suite houses its own private theatre and private cinema so you can binge-watch your favourite shows in style.
The founder of Playboy magazine, the inimitable Hugh Hefner, certainly knows how to live. And the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is a reflection of that. The 930 square metre suite covers two floors, has a 24-hour butler, a rotating bed under a mirrored ceiling (of course), and a floating Jacuzzi. It doesn’t get much more lavish than that, even in the City of Sin.
Spanning an entire floor, the Royal Penthouse at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is something else. More a palace than a hotel suite, it features 12 bedrooms, an executive boardroom, some very expensive artworks, a private chef, private elevator, armoured doors, bulletproof glass, and a panic room. Rest assured, you’ll be well taken care of here.
With three bedrooms, the Penthouse Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia offers those lucky enough to stay here a private rooftop for with views over the Costa Smeralda, a large private swimming pool, and well-stocked wine cellar – which is very important if you don’t plan on leaving for some time.