Monday, April 03, 2006

World's Most Expensive Hotel Suites

Though there is still time to spare before summer, it might be difficult to get a reservation at one of the Travel Channel's picks for most expensive hotel suites. Here is the list, with the rates listed per night:
  1. Presidential Suite, The Plaza, New York - $15,000 per night buys 7,800-square-feet of space and an entire floor of the hotel. The suite has 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, a library, two living rooms, a private wine cellar, four balconies, maids, a butler and chauffeur with a Rolls Royce, not to mention an on-call personal chef.
  2. Presidential Suite, St. Regis, New York - $10,500 includes the ultimate in elegant opulence, with wall-to-wall antiques, tapestries and a complete personal staff.
  3. Presidential Suite, The Four Seasons, New York - $10,000 for a sleek, ultra-contemporary room with a 24-hour staff, lots of TV monitors and marble baths with whirlpools.
  4. Triplex Suite, The New York Palace, New York - $10,000 includes a 4,000-square-foot room, rooftop getaway and personal butlers with room service from Le Cirque.
  5. Royal Floor, President Wilson Hotel, Switzerland - 9,090, with state of the art security and a room that takes up an entire floor of the massive hotel.
  6. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai - $6,800 to stay in the world's tallest hotel, with a private screening room, views of the ocean and use of the hotel's helipad.
  7. Royal Suite, The Lanesborough, London - $5,837, with private security and personal butlers for the 3 bedroom suite with a floor-to-ceiling view of Hyde Park.
  8. Peninsula Suite, The Peninsula, Hong Kong - $4,875, including butler service and a chauffeured Rolls Royce.
  9. Presidential Suite, Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills - $4,700 for a chef, butler, kitchen, grand piano and a chance to live like the stars.
  10. Coco Chanel Suite, Hotel Ritz, Paris - $4,300 to stay in the room that Coco herself lived in for 37 years.



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