February 19, 2012

Following are world's costliest most expensive Hotel suites along with an indication of their per-night costs / expenses and also the kind of hotel facilities and suite features you get
World's Costliest Hotel Suites, Cost, Facilities
Image above: Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons Hotel New York (Source)
  • Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons Hotel New York
    Tariff: $35,000 (approx Rs. 17 lakh) per night
    This nine-room, 4,300 sq ft suite on the 52nd floor is by far the most expensive Five-Star suite, yet. The living rooms walls are inlaid with mother of pearl. Then there is a bed with a Thai silk canopy that has 22-carat gold woven through it, making this suite design the most opulent of the lot. Offering some of the best views of Manhattan, when you book the suite you are automatically entitled to a chauffeured Rolls Royce or Mercedes Maybach, a 24-hour butler, personal training, spa treatments and dinner at L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon.
  • Presidential Suite at The St Regis New York
    Tariff: $22,000 (approx Rs. 10 lakh) per night
    Spread out over 3,430 sq ft, the three-bedroom suite with a marble foyer has a full kitchen and an eight-person dining table. With a 24 hour butler, the suite comes with a walnut-panelled library. The walls on the dining and living rooms have flat screen TVs embedded.  
  • Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental, New York
    Tariff: $18,000 (approx Rs. 8.8 lakh) per night
    Packed with technology, the controls of this suite are connected to an iPad (its temperature, lights, etc). This two-bedroom suite is set high up on the 53rd floor of the Time Warner Centre. What's best is that it maintains it's Oriental feel with silk and fine textiles enveloping the walls, and a 250-year-old parchment calligraphy book.
  • Presidential Bungalow at The Beverly Hills Hotel
    Tariff: $15,380 (approx Rs. 7.5 lakh) per night (with a seven-night minimum)
    One of the newest luxury hotel suites, this luxe abode debuted in May 2011, as the largest suite in Los Angeles. Concaving about 5,000 sq ft of total (indoor and outdoor) living space, the three-bedroom suite has high ceilings, a professional chef's kitchen and eclectic-modern décor. Better still if you're high on fitness, for it comes with a large private pool (with underwater speakers) and an outdoor treadmill.
  • Royal Suite at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC
    Tariff: $15,000 (approx Rs. 7.4 lakh) per night
    This suite which has a kitchen stocked fine champagne and wine, comes with an additional service, of getting the staff to unpack for you. The 4,000 sq ft suite comes with bulletproof glass, a media room, a 1,000 sq ft terrace and an exercise room. But you have the option of creating an eight-bedroom suite by booking the entire wing.
  • The Royal Suite at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park
    Tariff: $15,000 (approx Rs. 7.4 lakh) per night
    You get more than just access to your 1,980 sq ft, one-bedroom suite when you book it. Along with it you get complimentary access to the private Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, which means you are entitled to free food and drinks all day, every day. With a Bang & Olufsen TV, DVD player and sound system, you can also bird watch with an old-fashioned telescope that's set up to look directly at Central Park.
  • Emperor Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
    Tariff: $15,000 (approx Rs. 7.4 lakh) per night
    The hotel has three presidential suites but the Emperor Suite is the largest one-bedroom suite in the hotel. Designed by Adam Tihany, the 3,000 sq ft Vegas suite has a grand piano and hand-picked art. It also has a media room that can host screenings privately for up to eight people.
  • Maile Suite at Four Seasons Resort Maui, Wailea
    Tariff: $14,500 (approx Rs. 7 lakh) per night
    With the Pacific Ocean everywhere in sight, the three-bedroom Maile Suite has six connecting lanais (Hawaiian for patio or balcony). With a poolside cabana by default, there is also a full-size sauna and a eucalyptus rain shower.
  • Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Historic Ka'upulehu
    Tariff: $13,495 (approx Rs. 6.6 lakh) per night
    The three-bedroom beachfront villa has a Hawaiian-inspired décor with some wood-carved tables, in natural textures. If you book this villa during your stay at Hawaii, you also get two 50-minute massage treatments from the spa.
  • Presidential Suite at The St Regis San Francisco
    Tariff: $10,000 (approx Rs. 4.9 lakh) per night
    While at the Presidential suite at the St Regis, San Francisco, you get to dine on the Wedgewood china that has been designed exclusively for St Regis by Vera Wang. The one-bedroom suite that spans across a massive is 3,200 sq ft has floor-to-ceiling views of the Yerba Buena gardens. It has also been decorated with artwork and the media room has a mohair and silk couch.

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