Luxuriate in These 14 Magnificent Hotel Suites

1 / 14
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France
©Four Seasons
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France

After exploring Paris, retire to the Four Seasons Hotel George V penthouse suite for a 360-degree view of the city or relax in the living area while imbibing a favorite cocktail mixed from the private bar. Treat muscles to a soak in the jetted infinity bath in the marbled bathroom.   

2 / 14
The Hotel President Wilson, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland
©The Hotel President Wilson, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Geneva
The Hotel President Wilson, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland

The beautiful Lake Geneva and majestic Swiss Alps are accentuated by the Royal Penthouse Suite. Before calling it a day in one of 12 bedrooms with accompanying marble bathrooms, tickle the ivories on an impressive Steinway grand piano.   

3 / 14
Atlantis, The Palm Royal Bridge Suite
©Atlantis, The Palm
Atlantis The Palm, Dubai

Upon arriving at a private guarded entrance, staying in the Royal Bridge Suite is luxury not to be missed. Take the elevator to the suite where butlers and chefs tend to every whim. Host a dinner party in the 16-seat dining room or entertain guests with games on in the media center.

4 / 14
Jewel Suite, The Towers at Lotte New York Palace
©Bruce Buck/LOTTE New York Palace
LOTTE New York Palace, New York

The hotel's Martin Katz-designed Jewel Suite delivers all things jewels. The cascading, crystal chandelier drips down stories while jewel-toned interiors and crystal jewel boxes greet visitors upon entry. Get warm snuggling up to a wood-burning fireplace while taking in unparalleled views of midtown Manhattan.

5 / 14
Rome Cavalieri Penthouse Suite living room, Rome
©2017 Waldorf Astoria
Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts, Rome Italy

Artistic touches in the hotel's $7,700-a-night penthouse suite include Andy Warhol artwork in the master bedroom, Swarovski bath fixtures and Karl Lagerfeld furniture. Enjoy libations from the private wine cellar while taking in St. Peter's Basilica from a private roof terrace. 

6 / 14
The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
©Grand Resort Lagonissi
Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece

Luxuriate on a private peninsula on the Athenian Riveria in The Royal Villa, the gem of the five-star resort. Swim in the indoor or outdoor pool or head to the private wooden deck for dip in the sea. The indoor space includes a gym and marble bathrooms, a personal butler and in-room massage. 
 

 

7 / 14
Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons, New York
©Durston Saylor/Four Seasons
Four Seasons Hotel, New York

The Ty Warner Penthouse, 500 feet above Manhattan, allows for spectacular views of New York City, especially when stepping out onto one of four of the highest glass balconies in the world. Guests are also offered a chauffeured Rolls-Royce city tour as part of their stay.

8 / 14
InterContinental Hong Kong
©InterContinental Hong Kong
InterContinental Hong Kong, Hong Kong

With Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island as the backdrop, the Presidential Suite ensures those staying in the inviting $17,000-a-night duplex have fantastic sight lines. Enjoy Hong Kong's majesty from a rooftop infinity pool or out two-story plate glass windows in the living room.

9 / 14
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi
©Jumeirah Group
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi

The breathtaking Royal Etihad Suite is the hotel's highest suite, which provides impressive 360-degree coverage of Abu Dhabi and the glistening Arabian Gulf. Pamper yourself or let the dedicated butler tend to desires. Four separate bedrooms accommodate eight adults and four children. 

10 / 14
Mahajara's Pavilion at The Raj Palace
©Raj Palace
The Raj Palace, Jaipur, India

The royal nature of a former palace is distinct in Mahajara's Pavilion, going for $15,000 a night. The four-story suite has a private museum housing royal artifacts on the second floor in addition to one of four spacious bedrooms that overlook the inner court. 

11 / 14
The Caryle, New York
©Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
The Caryle, New York

The New York Empire Suite offers the best of hotel and apartment living from $15,000 a night. Delight in an art collection curated by the Met in the three bedroom duplex. Check out Central Park with floor-to-ceiling picture windows in the master bedroom and living room.

12 / 14
Burj al Arab Royal Suite
©Jumeirah Group
Burj al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai

A bathroom trip was never more enjoyable than in the Royal Two-Bedroom Suite, where both bathrooms have a full-size Jacuzzi. Both floors of the suite have a lush color palette with views of the shimmering Arabian Gulf. For nights in, let the movies play in a private cinema room.

13 / 14
Billiards room, The Fairmont San Francisco
©Fairmont San Francisco
The Fairmont San Francisco, San Francisco

Entertain up to 130 people in the Penthouse Suite in a myriad of ways for $18,000 a night. Throw a dinner party in the formal dining room, utilize the billiards room or enjoy vistas of San Francisco from an outdoor terrace.

14 / 14
Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
@Caesars Entertainment, Inc.
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Combining the glitz of Las Vegas with Japanese-inspired style is Nobu Villa. The interior offers a chef-run omakase sushi bar, massage room and art gallery, to name a few offerings, and step out onto the spacious terrace for unrivaled views of The Strip.

By Scott Rouch

After a day of exploring the Swiss Alps or touring Ancient Rome and all its wonders, what better way to call it a day than by getting pampered in style.

From entering a jewel-laden room to feeling like royalty while sitting on an authentic throne in a former palace, these 14 stunning suites deliver the most luxurious stay imaginable.

While these lush accommodations—with warmly decorated spaces to marble-tiled bathrooms and spacious bedrooms—like fancy billiards rooms, contemporary art collections, personalized private bars and private gyms are a large part of the appeal, being able to gaze upon the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower or a shimmering sea from a private terrace adds to the charm.

So, take that private elevator to the penthouse and call up that personal butler and chef to cater to every whim. 

Scott Rouch
About the author