Do you have some cash to spare and cannot figure out where to spend it? Are you a jet setter and love to travel in style? Are you running out of hotel room options? Well, this $65,000 a night hotel suite might just fit your style.
No, it is not a joke and yes it is a lot of money to spend on a hotel room. But at $65,000 a night, The Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva has managed to clinch the title of the most expensive hotel suite in the world. So who would want to spend that kind of money and what does such a huge price tag bring to the table?
The Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson guarantees an ultra-luxurious answer to all your needs. Saying that the suite will make you feel at home might be considered an insult to this huge mansion-of-a-suite which boasts 12 huge rooms. Yes, 12 separate rooms and that means 12 bathrooms as well, because every room has its own attached bathroom. Covering a size of 1800 square meter, this grand suite takes up the entire eight floor of the President Wilson Hotel.
Being crowned the largest and most expensive hotel suite in the world, it is one of the three hotels in the world that houses a 103-inch Bang & Olufsen television. The screen alone costs more than $130,000, so rest assured that shelling out $65,000 for a night is definitely worth it.
The hotel is situated near United Nations and Red Cross International headquarters. It is just a few steps away from the most beautiful parks located in the financial hub of Geneva. The suite boasts two dining rooms, big enough for you to comfortably host a large party. And as for your personal entourage, the hotel has made sure that you are being pampered and cared for by providing you with your very own personal assistant, butler and a chef.
The hotel understands the need for privacy and security and therefore you get a private elevator for your use, your very own fitness room, library and a billiards table and a Steinway grand piano. There are panic buttons throughout the suite, plus the windows are bulletproof. The doors are armored and they have a human-sized safe for all your precious belongings.
All the rooms in the suite have majestic views of Lake Geneva and the Alps, even the bathrooms. This is one plus point that the suite excels at. No other place offers you such awe-striking views except the President Wilson. There is also a private panoramic terrace should you decide to get some fresh air without having to leave your colossal suite.