Thursday, August 16, 2007

Treat your CEO with the world's most expensive suite

Ever wanted to surprise your boss with a special treat? Is your petit-cash box full and you don't know what to do with the money?

Forbes has the solution for you: They run an interesting feature on the world’s most expensive hotel suites, featuring geographically widespread hotels and resorts, from Mexico to the Maldives. To make their top 10, you’ve got to be charging at least $10,000 a night. Here is an abbreviated summary of the incredible suites that they list:

* Two Story Sky Villa, The Palms Fantasy Suites, Las Vegas, USA
Cost per night: $25,000
* Bridge Suite at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Cost per night: $25,000
* Royal Penthouse, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland
Cost per night: $23,000
* Hans Badrutt Suite, Badrutt’s Palace, St. Moritz, Switzerland
Cost per night: $16,700
* Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental, New York City, USA
Cost per night: $15,000
* Grand Suite, Grand Wailea Resort, Hawaii, USA
Cost per night: $15,000
* Coral Suite, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, Mexico
Cost per night: $15,000
* Royal Suite at the Burj Al Arab, Dubai, UAE
Cost per night: From $13,600
* The Imperial Suite, Ritz Paris, Paris, France
Cost per night: $13,500
* Private Reserve, Soneva Gili Resort & Spa, Maldives
Cost per night: $10,000

The only thing missing in this list is the Emirates Palace in Abud Dhabi, UAE. A Suite costs there up to $30,000 per night!

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