Stay in the World's Most Expensive Suite

Guide to living like a king (literally)
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How many chocolates on your pillow does the world's most expensive suite buy? For a sweet $25,000 (or so) a night you can find out by booking the Imperial Suite in Geneva's President Wilson Hotel. What does that buy you? Lots of space (an entire floor), lots of security (including bulletproof windows and doors to protect against rivals), and lots of room service. Savor views of Lake Geneva and the Alps from the four bedrooms, all done up in sleek contemporary vogue. And the oval dining table seats 26 people, so there's plenty of room for friends for that envy-inspiring seven-course feast.

Closer to home, for a mere $7,000 per night, you can rent the four-bedroom Hapuna Suite at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on Hawaii's Big Island. The 8,000-square-foot free-standing complex (the setting for one season of Joe Millionaire) boasts a private pool, an on-call chef, and a suite attendant available to fulfill your every need.


Published: 3 May 2005 | Last Updated: 15 Sep 2010
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

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