Explore some of the world’s most exclusive stays with insider tips on the best room to book. From Australia to Jamaica, here is a collection of some of the most requested hotel rooms around the world.
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Westside Suite at Park Hyatt New York
Although the Forbes Five-Star-rated Park Hyatt New York boasts several top-tier suites ranging from the $30,000-a-night Presidential Suite to its stately Ambassador Suite, one of the most popular suites for returning guests and fans of the Yabu Pushelberg-designed property remains its Westside Suite. Perched high above the bustling cityscape below, this corner suite offers sweeping views of Midtown from its living and sleeping areas like many of the property’s graciously-appointed keys. However, The Westside Suite also offers its guests floor-to-ceiling views from the bathroom with an oversized free-standing tub to “soak” it all in.
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The Executive Suites at La Mamounia
Entwined with both Moroccan and contemporary architecture and design, La Mamounia’s Executive Suites are complete with a king-size bed, separate lounging area, two balconies, and a luxurious master bathroom and guest bathroom. All of the suites have their own personalities designed to give guests their own individual experiences when staying at La Mamounia, while also evoking a sensation of grandeur during their visit to Marrakech. The list of famous celebrities, royal and international jet setters who have stayed in the suites is long, but many recently have included the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Orlando Bloom, Salma Hayek, Juliette Binoche, Francis Ford Coppola, Cara Delevingne, and more.
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Penthouse Suite at Rome Cavalieri
An unparalleled experience, the spacious Penthouse Suite is one of the highlights of the luxurious five-star Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts in Rome, Italy. It features 2,115 square feet of space and an additional 2,300 square feet of private roof garden space with a jacuzzi that overlooks St. Peter’s Dome and Vatican City. Each room of the Penthouse Suite is adorned with exquisite works of art, including a Warhol series and furnished in palatial style with a magnificent Karl Lagerfeld sofa, originally designed for his home in Paris. Elevated above the bedroom level is a hydro-massage tub. The bathrooms are paneled in precious marble with malachite inlays, while the taps are made of Swarovski crystals. The Suite can be extended to include an extra bedroom or a private gym.
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Royal Monceau Suite at Le Royal Monceau
Designed by Philippe Starck, attention to detail is present throughout Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris and in particular in the over-the-top Royal Monceau Suite, which offers up to 3,800 square feet of extravagant living complete with luxurious sofas, executive working desk and dining area, and a splendid bedroom with a walk-in closet worthy of a showroom. Once entering the lavish bathroom, guests are greeted by the incredible sight of glamorous floor-to-ceiling mirrors. Immersed in natural sunlight, this superbly designed bathroom is the epitome of Parisian chic, featuring a free-standing claw-footed bath, Clarins amenities, signature Eau de Parfum and organic children’s skin care line by BONPOINT, with extracts of orange blossom, cotton and cherry, and a Japanese Toto toilet.
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Chairman’s Villa at Crown Towers
The exclusive and lavish Chairman’s Villa at Melbourne’s Crown Towers, has long held the title for the most expensive and luxurious hotel suite in Australia. One night in the villa costs between $14,500 to $20,000 and is only available upon request. Spanning 10,800 square foot, the villa includes a private gym, massage parlor, a custom-made bed (more than 43 square foot), hand-carved Axminster carpets and a dedicated team of butlers. The theme is old Hollywood glamour, featuring a monochrome pallet with an art deco feel. The villa also houses precious pieces including a $5,800 Eames desk chair and art work from renowned Australian artists Marie Hegarty and Chris Fortescue.
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The Villa at Sandy Lane Barbados
The Villa, set in the heart of the prestigious Sandy Lane Resort, within its own beautiful, enchanted garden, offers total privacy and comes complete with a team of dedicated staff. With over 7,300 square foot of luxury accommodations, guests can enjoy a magical experience beginning with champagne on arrival, full English breakfast and afternoon tea daily. The five-bedroom villa is equipped with a stunning private swimming pool in the center of the property and offers the use of a luxury vehicle, which guests can use throughout their stay to travel to and from all of the on-property amenities.
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Cottage 7 at Jamaica Inn
Said to be the most luxurious accommodation at Jamaica Inn, Cottage 7 is a one-bedroom, 2,018 square foot, two-story cottage featuring breathtaking sea views of the Caribbean Sea. Guests will enter the cottage through the living room, complete with cathedral ceilings, large format shell stone tiles and contemporary Caribbean furniture. A wet bar on the first floor is finished with a beautiful handcrafted sink by Jamaican potter, David Pinto, and 20-foot glass doors open out to a private veranda and infinity edge pool suspended over the Caribbean Sea. The bathroom features an indoor shower with iridescent glass tiles that leads to an outdoor shower on the cottage’s balcony. Just two feet below the pool deck is a wooden deck for lounging or dining, with a staircase leading into the private swimming cove. Lounge in the free standing oval soaking tub for amazing scenery or gaze out for an unmatched view that overlooks the 16-foot infinity pool.
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The Royal Rabin Suite at David Citadel
Jerusalem-based David Citadel’s opulent 1,345 square foot Royal Rabin Suite, named in honor of former Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, has a unique atmosphere of classical elegance. When entering the suite, guests are welcomed by mesmerizing views of the Old City of Jerusalem, a large dining/living room with oak parquet flooring, vintage artwork, as well as a well-equipped kitchenette. The Royal Suite also features a generous bedroom with a king size bed, a study area with a work desk and a luxury Carrara marble bathroom with a separate bathtub, shower and bidet. Another reason why guests prefer to book The Royal Suite at David Citadel? Complimentary, unlimited access to the executive lounge.
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Andaz Partial Bay View Double Room at Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort
Built into the land and set in the tropical forest of Guanacaste, the Andaz Partial Bay View Double Room at Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort, Costa Rica offers a spacious balcony granting panoramic views of the Culebra Bay and the tropical forest, giving guests the feel of being in a treehouse. The extra-large bathroom includes an enormous soaking tub and separate oversized walk-in rain shower, providing an additional entrance to the balcony. The room is an extension of the resort’s blend of modern and organic aesthetics, thanks to the vision of prolific Costa Rican architect Ronald Zürcher. The resort’s design-forward accommodations offer both an unforgettable immersion in the pura vida ethos that underpins Costa Rican life, and a gorgeous base from which to explore some of the myriad of dazzling natural wonders of the country.
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The Kronenhof Suite at Grand Hotel Kronenhof
The captivating Kronenhof Suite at Grand Hotel Kronenhof takes luxury to a new level. Providing amazing views and 242 square foot of undeniable elegance. Located on the south side of the hotel, the suite offers breathtaking views of Roseg Glacier and the St. Moritz mountain range. The room décor is styled with cool blue tones to create a cozy atmosphere. Complete with a separate living room filled with sophisticated furniture, spacious walk-in wardrobe closet and an astonishing bathroom made of marble with a jacuzzi, the suite can be combined with a double room comfort suite, making it the perfect arrangement for families.
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Elizabeth Taylor Bungalow at The Beverly Hills Hotel
The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows has long been a magnet for well-heeled travelers and celebrities alike, but one of its most beloved and requested rooms remains the Elizabeth Taylor bungalow. Recently re-designed by New York-based luxury interiors firm, Champalimaud, the bungalow features playful nods to Liz Taylor’s life, from her childhood growing up riding horses (illustrated via the horse sculpture lamp) to a custom-designed credenza that plays upon the ornate costumed crown which once adorned her head during a Venice Ball decades ago. Guests are drawn to the thoughtful, one-of-a-kind spaces and glamorous setting, reveling in the Hollywood lifestyle Liz embodies.