If you want to take a spin around town, you can climb into your chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom
Trust us, once you’ve read this phenomenal list you won’t want to lay your head anywhere else….
The One With A Private Wine Cellar
Especial Esmeralda Suite, Ponta Dos Ganchos, Brazil
When they talk about the sweet life, or should we say suite life, they obviously had the Especial Esmeralda suite in mind. Enjoy ocean views from your bedroom, Jacuzzi and even your sauna. Once you’ve worked out in your private gym, you can then relax in front of your home cinema with a tipple or two from your own private cellar.
The One That’s An Art Museum
Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons Hotel New York
If the works by international artists don’t blow you away, the views from the suite’s four glass balconies will. There’s no doubt that the Beanie Baby billionaire Ty Warner has created the perfect playground. You can play a tune or two on your grand piano, enjoy sunset drinks with a few of the Empire State Building, or have those executive worries pummeled away by a massage on top of your ostrich-leather massage table. And if you want to take a spin around town, you can climb into your chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom.
The One With 12 Rooms
The Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Take your private elevator to the top floor where you will have the entire eighth floor of the hotel at your disposal. You can relax in one of your four bedrooms, hold power meetings in your royal boardroom or just relax on your 1,680 square foot terrace that offers panoramic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc.
The One With The Largest Price Tag
Mark Five Bedroom Terrace Suite, The Mark, New York
If you are looking for a pied-a-terre in NYC, this two-storey hideaway in the heart of the Big Apple is hard to beat. It’s quite clearly one of the world’s best hotel suites. With a five bedrooms, a grand piano and a rooftop terrace that overlooks Central Park, the world’s most expensive hotel suite ($75,000 per night) doesn’t disappoint. If you are looking for some R&R, you can relax in front of one of your four fireplaces, or if you plan to entertain, you can invite the team from Bergdorf Goodman to come and measure you for a new suit, book the Frederic Fekkai team to coiffeur your locks and ask the three-Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten to design a menu for you, which will be served in your private dining room.
The One Adorned In Gold
The Royal Suite, Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris
When the editor of Architectural Digest was put in charge of the renovations you know that it’s going to be good. Marie-Jose Pommereau has blended Louis XV furniture with modern French style to create one of the world’s most beautiful suites. The 4,843 square-foot apartment comes with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and views of the Eiffel Tower and famed Avenue Montaigne.
The One Filled With Antiques
Como Villa, Uma by Como, Bhutan
Throw back the curtains of this two-bedroom suite to enjoy a panoramic view of the Paro Valley in the Himalayas. With a butler ready to answer your every request, you will find it hard to tear yourself away from your suite. But you must venture outside onto your private terrace where you can take in the mountain air and relax in your own alfresco hot stone bathtub in front of a crackling fire.