The most expensive suite in the world – at The Hotel President Wilson
Butler, chef and security staff included…
When we heard one of our trusted suppliers had the world’s most expensive hotel suite, we simply had to investigate further and bring you a little taste of decadent luxury.
The Hotel President Wilson on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland has five suites and its largest, The Royal Penthouse Suite, stretches across the eighth floor, its 12 bedrooms making up the largest suite in Europe at 18,000 square feet.
Having played host to Rihanna, Bill Gates and Richard Branson, the penthouse offers a personal chef, butler and security.
But that’s not all this plush pad has to offer. It counts bullet proof glass, a private fitness room and a private lift among its exclusive features, and has its own Steinway grand piano, for those moments when you feel the overwhelming need to tickle the ivories against an awe-inspiring backdrop.
Of course, the suite boasts stunningly picturesque views over Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, which you can enjoy from a hot tub or balcony before a game of billiards on its full-size table.
Twelve gorgeous marble bathrooms, a sauna, Jacuzzis and Bang & Olufsen TVs are just some of the many features that are at your disposal, as well as ample dining facilities, a panoramic terrace that hugs the suite with beautiful views and of course, many areas to relax, inside and on the balcony.
One of its many dining rooms seats 20 at a banqueting table, although you’d have to make sure your guests of honour got the best views! Private dining is catered by a personal chef behind the steel-lined entry doors. So you’re sure to have a very private party.
Sound tempting? Well if you’ve got a spare £60,000 lying around, get your personal assistant to give them a call and book you a night in the most expensive suite in the world. Just one night, mind.