The Jaded Agent Presents:
The Best Hotel Suites in the World
Are you the wealthiest mouse in your orbit but sometimes you go between the tropical mouse pad or the 6 star city penthouse mouse pad? Here are some likely hot spots. Some may require the takeover of 20 smaller mouse pads for that exclusive mouse pad, or a few ideas about how to build a better mouse pad... call me and I'll work out the perfect arrangement.
In no particular order:
Fiji: Laucala Island
Just 25 villas on this remote, incredibly exclusive island in the South Pacific. Take your pick from tranquil beaches, coconut groves, mountain hideaways, hilltop estate, lush rainforest, or overwater lagoon. This resort will take your breath away.
They took a St Regis, closed it down for three years and brought this masterpiece to life. Ideally located in Hyde Park Corner with 24/7 butler service and a Michelin starred restaurant. Newly renovated health and fitness facilities. The 4,845 sq ft, seven bedroom Royal Suite offers views of the Buckingham Palace Gardens and space to entertain up to twelve guests. Oh, and if you book all seven bedrooms, the chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce Phantom is at your disposal!
Rome: De Russie
Rome is a great city and the De Russie may just be my favorite hotel in all of Europe. Near the Spanish Steps, the hotel has amazing views over Piazza del Popolo. On the top floor you'll find the Nijinsky Suite: spectacular views of the Villa Borghese gardens and the hotel's own Secret Garden, library, furnished terrace, guest powder room, sitting room, kitchen with a separate bar area, a 10 seat dining room, dressing room and walk-in wardrobe lead onto a marble and mosaic bathroom with a steam bath and separate shower.
One of my best trips ever was to Jordan; it's a hidden gem! Kempinski Ishtar has a 10,000 sq ft Royal residence that will blow your mind. It's so private that they don't even list it on their website.
The exceptional service at the Faena Hotel in Miami Beach is meant to echo the Golden Age of Miami. Check out the five bedroom penthouse suite with oceanfront view, balcony, butler service, and floor to ceiling windows. Stunning.
Nicaragua: Morgan's Rock
Forget what you think you know about Central America; this Hacienda & Eco-lodge is not to be missed! Book this amazing two bedroom villa nestled in the treetops and live like the Swiss Family Robinson won the lottery.
Paris is full of great hotels but this one is my personal fave. With the largest suites of any hotel in Paris, the Presidential suite at Le Royal Monceau features a private entrance via rue Hoche, a fully functional kitchen where the hotel's Michelin starred chef will create custom meals, luxurious custom-made bedding, and even an acoustic guitar.
Istanbul: Cirigan Palace
The Sultan Suite is one of the largest in Europe and has an incredible panoramic view of the Bosphorus. Come see why Forbes named it one of the top ten most luxurious hotel suites in the world.
Seychelles: Fregate Island
Arrive by helicopter to your own private island paradise. The Banyon Hill Estate is a cluster of three villas on the hilltop above a secluded peninsula and is the height of island luxury.
Berlin: Das Stue
This hotel has its own private entrance to the Berlin Zoo, and the gorgeous Bel Atage Suite looks out over the animals! Complimentary limo transfer from the airport, and use of an Audi sportscar.
Nestled amongst the rain forest, the Dalem Jiwo Suite offers two bedroom pavilions and 12,917 square feet of living space, with a private swimming pool 49 feet in length and private entrance. Enjoy the central rotunda with daybed for outdoor lounging and dining. Sheikhs stay here!
Marbella: Puente Romano
These villas are your VIP home away from home, and there are three to choose from. Private pool, rooftop solarium, gardens, beach... you choose how you want to spend your time on Spain's beautiful Sun Coast.
India: Sujan Rajmahal Palace
Once home to the Maharaja of Jaipur, this exquisite royal palace is an enclosed oasis. Tall bay windows, mirrored doors and meticulously appointed interiors allow guests to be transported to a new era of 21st century regal living. Conceived as a private palace and garden retreat, Rajmahal Palace has over two hundred and fifty years of history and is a favorite of the British royals.
Puglia: Borgo Egnazia
The place was until just recently unheard of--this Italian hotel is so fucking cool I can hardly stand it! They have these old classic cars you can drive around and tons of stuff that no one else can compare to. There are several villas to choose from, you can't go wrong.
New York City: The Plaza
Last but not least, I'm going old school with the one-of-a-kind suites at The Plaza. Whether you choose the Royal Suite, The Fitzgerald Suite or the Eloise Suite, you'll be staying in the Big Apple with the utmost style.
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