World’s best Suite – From Disney’s new immersive adventures to staying in lavish penthouse apartments for the benefit of the royal family, it doesn’t hurt to think up something right. We’ve ranked them from the cheapest to the most expensive using this form, with a bit of surprise at the end. Some hotels can be closed due to local restrictions related to COVID 19 pandemic, so check individual hotel websites for updates.
Presidential Suite, St. Regis, New York City, New York, USA
Built-in 1904, the hotel boasts opulent interiors with marble, grand crystal chandeliers, and decorative wall paintings. The extravagant presidential suite, a favorite of Salvador Dali, measures 270sq m and has two luxurious bedrooms. It features large windows with Central Park and Fifth Avenue views, hand-arranged and spun by butlers at the Bentley Mulsanne Hotel. For a staggering $35,000 a night, the suite has been remodeled to reflect the style of a large apartment.
Suite 5000, Mandarin Oriental, New York City, New York, USA
The three-bedroom suite ($5,000) spans 307 square feet and has two bedrooms. In addition to an elegant décor in shimmering silver and gray tones, there are exceptional Swarovski crystal hangings and wall installations in the dining room. Beyond the crystals that brighten up the sizeable bespoke bathroom in the master bedroom, each bedroom has an oversized closet and a private showroom where Dior guests can find hand-picked cabinets with essential accessories from its latest collections. Aesthetics is located on the 50th floor of the Mandarin Oriental; the suite serves as an art gallery with annual art exhibitions in New York inspired by works, collections, and films from the Big Apple.
At Dior, stylists, seamstresses, and make-up artists are always on call. The attention to detail comes with a price tag of $35,000 per night.
Royal Suite, Plaza Hotel, New York City, New York, USA
It is no wonder that the hotel is the only one in New York, a national historic landmark, and has hosted many famous faces since its establishment in 1907. The most decadent accommodation is the Royal Suite, which features chandeliers and gold chandeliers. The suite features a formal reception gallery, a stately living room with grand piano and dining table, and an extensive, 12 separate library. The suite is large enough to accommodate up to six people and has three bedrooms and access to a private elevator. The hotel is currently closed in response to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Available in various configurations, with one, two, or three-bedroom suites, the 418-square-foot apartment costs $40,000 a night. The hotel was closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
$41,750: Grands Appartements, Hôtel de Crillon, Paris, France
The two apartments of the Hotel de Crillon, designed by Karl Lagerfeld, have been combined into a sizeable three-bedroom suite, which reaches a size of 335 square meters. Unique design elements include marble from a closed quarry in Italy and carpets with hammered metal. The luxury has a price tag of $417.50 per night. The hotel has been refurbished with a mix of antiques, including chandeliers from his private collection, period trim, and bespoke furniture, to create a modern and luxurious ambiance that matches the French capital. There is also a private bar with heated floors and incredible views of Place de la Concorde.
Some hotels have been closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, for example, in the USA.
Sandy Lane Suite, Sandy Lane, Barbados
This colorful slice of paradise is one of the best luxury hotels in Barbados and features a suite hidden in the turtle wings of the romantic suite. With four suites, direct access to the beach, a heated infinity pool, and a private terrace, the Sandy Lane Suite is serviced by a private elevator overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The exact price of this romantic suite is available on request but is said to be around $43,000 per night.
Since it can accommodate up to 10 guests at a time, it’s impressive 683m ² of space offers enough space to make the most of the Caribbean sun and beautiful sunsets on the west coast of Barbados. The hotel’s quirky welcome design is striking, with an open-air dining and lounge area where guests are greeted with champagne and appetizers upon arrival.