The Eden Suite at The Eden au Lac Reserve in Zurich is another at the top of the list (starting at $ 3,760 a night). It debuted last year as part of a two-year restoration project led by Philippe Starck and features glass walls separating the living room from the bathroom, four ironwork balconies, and lake views. of Zurich and the Alps. As a nod to the waterfront setting, Starck incorporated nautical touches into the suite such as wooden oars and paintings of sailboats.
In New York, the sequel’s speech – no pun intended – is about the new presidential suite at The Carlyle, a rosewood hotel, which, with an overnight stay at $ 40,000, is the most expensive of our roundup. Once a private residence, it occupies the entire 26th floor and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows offering 360-degree views of the city, including Central Park. The suite has three bedrooms, a spacious living room, a multimedia area, a full kitchen and a gallery with a grand piano; design details include gold leaf murals at the entrance and Venetian plaster walls.
Other examples of worthy suites include the Christopher Columbus Suite at Eden Rock – St Barth ‘ (from $ 4,438 a night), which is located on the edge of a bluff that overlooks Saint John’s Bay, a body of water that Columbus sailed on when he discovered the island. The 2,600 square foot space features a patio, hot tub, large living room, sleek contemporary furnishings, a bookcase, and a sleeping area with an oversized bed.
In Riviera Maya, Mexico, Escenia Hotel has a suite named after the property (starting at $ 3,200 a night) that has over 1,400 square feet of outdoor space, including a rooftop terrace. Escenia has a domed living room, plunge pool, and lounge area with ocean views; a Platoon is also included.