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World’s 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites

Friday, October 12th, 2012

All over the planet, several hotels always push the boundaries of luxury and comfort, offering their customers the most beautiful, extravagant and exclusive accommodations. For the rare people who can afford them, the world’s 10 most expensive hotel suites allow for lavish and decadent holidays, weekends or business trips.

Presidential Suite, InterContinental, Hong Kong - The biggest in the city, it spreads over 7,000 square feet and includes an impressive 2,500-square-foot rooftop terrace with swimming-pool and jacuzzi, as well as breathtaking scenery of Victoria Harbour.

Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Moscow – Offering panoramic view of the Red Square, the Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral, it allows visitors to enjoy a piano, private sauna, dining room but also an office and library.

Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai – One of the most luxurious in the world, it includes two levels of sheer decadence, with a private cinema, dining-room, lounge, library, spa bath and lavish furniture all over.

Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo – With breathtaking views of the city from the 51st floor, a living-room, bedroom and marble bathroom with flat screen TV, visitors feel very welcome and comfortable.

Imperial Suite, Westin Excelsior, Rome – Overlooking the Via Veneto and delicately furnished with Empire-style elements, it includes living-room, dining-room, meeting-room, as well as two bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Presidential Suite, Cala di Volpe, Costa Smeralda – Facing the Mediterranean, it boasts a romantic design, three bedrooms, a solarium, private swimming-pool and terrace with views of the mesmerising scenery.

Terrace-Apartments, Hotel Martinez, Cannes – Located on La Croisette, a landmark on the French Riviera, they offer sitting-room and dining-room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus a spa, hammam, sauna and private terrace.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York – Situated near Central Park, it is the highest suite in NYC and offers splendid panoramic views of the city from the 52nd floor with its four glass balconies.

Royal Penthouse, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva – The biggest and most luxurious suite in the world, it is made of twelve rooms and twelve bathrooms, includes a grand piano, billiards, state-of-the-art flat screen TV, as well as a private elevator and terrace.

Hotels in Tokyo

Hotel Villa Fontaine ROPPONGI - Room Hotel Villa Fontaine ROPPONGI
Average Price: €140.90
Average Rating: 8.0

Shinagawa Prince Hotel - room Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Average Price: €99.00
Average Rating: 7.0

Hotel Gran Fresa Asakasa - roomHotel Gran Fresa Asakasa
Average Price: € 38.33
Average Rating: 9.0

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Simon Lazarus has so far had a career as colourful as Elton John’s wardrobe. He has previously worked in TV on programmes including The X Factor with British Export Simon Cowell and the hit Channel 4 series Gordon Ramsay’s F Word. He currently writes not only for webooks.co.uk and venere.com on travel, lifestyle guides and other features but for a host of sites in the UK, Canada and the States. He’s also currently London Editorial Chief of Buzzine.com, a major entertainment magazine based in Los Angeles with his own column reaching an audience of 6 million people and an entertainment writer a la Perez Hilton for buzzpatrol.com writing on the latest showbiz, gossip and entertainment news in the UK and US. At the same time, Simon is a pr consultant and has done consultancy work for 3sacrowd.com using his wealth of contacts to generate results and gain exposure for the site.


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