Elite Traveler is pleased to announce the launch of our Top 100 Suites for 2018. Included in the list are some of the world’s most luxurious and opulent properties, including the likes of the President Wilson Hotel’s Royal Penthouse Suite and the Five Bedroom Terrace Suite at The Mark in New York.
The list embodies the Elite Traveler brand and offers insight into the the most in-demand hotel suite properties in the world.
Split into eight different categories (Design, City, Historic, Views, Beaches, Wellness, Outdoors and Family), the list offers everything the modern high-net-worth individual would need.
You can read the full list HERE
Some stand out properties include:
The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson
At $80,000 per night, the Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland is just about as grandiose as they come, with floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc and a living room that fits dozens of guests at a time. Heads of state are frequent guests here thanks to extensive safety features such as a panic button, bulletproofed windows and cameras.
Hôtel Martinez in Cannes, France, just steps from the Boulevard de la Croisette, is no stranger to the Hollywood crowd, driving droves of A-listers to its Art Deco-inspired hotel since the 1920s. The Penthouse Suite, at $53,000 per night, remains its top accommodation with a wood-paneled terrace, greenery, sun lounges and original Matisse and Picasso paintings.
Ty Warner Mansion at Les Ventanas
If you find yourself in Los Cabos, opt for the Ty Warner Mansion at Las Ventanas, a Rosewood Resort. The $35,000-per-night beachfront stay doesn’t run short of tequila, including the rare Clase Azul Ultra and Don Julio Real, or swimming pools (there are three). At night, design a private fireworks display over the Sea of Cortez.
The Four Seasons Hotel George V
Favored among David Beckham, Johnny Depp and Mariah Carey, Four Seasons Hotel George V Pariswas established in 1928 and has remained a Parisian icon since. Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the Louis XVI-style Penthouse is reminiscent of a museum with gilded architectural details and silk-upholstered walls.