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5 of the most lavish hotel suites in the world

Luxury hotels the world over are renowned for their service and amenities, whether you are staying in a standard room or a suite.  But there are also those suites where you get something over and above the norm – here we look at five lavish suites offering everything from personal butlers to extensive living space where you don’t just have a minibar but instead have access to your own pantry. With sweeping 180-degree views, the Millionaire Suites at Sandals La Toc are regarded as some of the most sumptuous in all of Saint Lucia. Positioned on Sunset Bluff, the resorts’ highest point, they offer an uninterrupted 180-degree view of the Caribbean ocean. An outdoor sundeck overlooking the turquoise ocean, that is accessible by your living room or bedroom, features a private infinity pool, waterfall and bubbling Jacuzzi. Only accessible by a golf cart, ensuring maximum privacy, each Millionaire Suite comes with its very own Personal Butler, trained by the Guild of Professional English Butlers, to cater to your every demand… Royal Suite, InterContinental London Park Lane, London, UK Celebrating the historic location, the glamorous Royal Suite takes inspiration from Her Majesty’s style and duties to create residential grandeur, perfectly suited to entertaining, meeting or relaxing.  The newly designed Royal Suite at InterContinental London Park Lane celebrates the hotel’s location on the site of 145 Piccadilly, Queen Elizabeth II’s former childhood residence. Located on the 8th floor, overlooking the Royal Parks and historic monuments, the design blends inspiration from Her Majesty’s early years with modern British design. The enchanting Mayfair suite sits at the heart of a new ‘By Appointment’ collection that creates one of the largest offerings in the capital. At the centre of the Royal Suite is a living and entertaining area that celebrates old world glamour, featuring a hand-blown glass chandelier inspired by Her Majesty’s diamond collection. The elegant dining area has a black lacquer dining table and bespoke Art Deco-inspired accessories, and is complemented by an intimate seating alcove. The study area features a traditional writing desk with a stylised interpretation of a white leather wingback desk chair and bespoke accessories. The master bedroom’s flora lined satin canopy bed celebrates the backdrops Cecil Beaton used in portraits of Her Majesty with a luxurious marble ensuite. Royal Mangroves Residence, Royal Mangroves Hotel & Spa, Abu Dhabi, UAE The palatial Royal Mangroves Residence at the Royal Mangroves Hotel & Spa offers elegance unlike any other hotel accommodation in Abu Dhabi, comprising up to 2,455 sq m of duplex living space, making it the largest suite in Abu Dhabi, and the only versatile suite with altering sizes from three to ten king sized en-suite bedrooms depending on the guest’s needs, with balconies complementing throughout and interconnecting rooms and connecting doors from the corridors. The Royal Mangroves Residence offers a lavish intimate feel promising the finest five star services. The suite comes equipped with its own rooftop terrace garden and lawned sundecks overlooking the mangroves, a 60 sq m swimming pool with a swim-up pool bar and a BBQ entertainment area, catering to a quintessential lifestyle. The residence, which enjoys its own private entrance and dedicated lift for ultimate privacy also features a separate living area, study, kitchenette, a common lounge area, a walk-in closet, butler’s pantry, rain showers and oversized free-standing terrazzo bathtubs with panoramic views of the mangroves and an entertainment system spanning 2 floors. Presidential Suite at Barceló Los Cabos Palace Deluxe, Mexico Los Cabos in Mexico is among the most famous and irresistible resorts in the world for summer vacations. One of its “hidden” treasures that will make your sunshine holiday better than a dream is the Presidential Suite in the hotel Barceló Los Cabos Palace Deluxe. On the “modest” space of 1,933 sq ft., guests of the resort can enjoy a marvellous abundance of amenities of a real world-class suite and the ideal conditions for all inclusive vacations. This lavish lodging features awe-inspiring views of the Pacific Ocean from its huge terrace, fully furnished for your delight. The suite boasts a wonderful swimming pool and jacuzzi for complete rejuvenation. The interior of this superior apartment makes impression with the authentic decorations of Mexican craft work and designs, and the lavish furniture made of dark wood and glass that give a chick finish of the rooms. This luxury suite will give you a new meaning of “relaxation” with its intelligent room technology that enables you to control the features of your room with a single push of a button of the remote control. Breathtaking surroundings of Los Cabos and a fabulous suite of your dreams right in the heart of this Paradise, what more do you need for the next Summer? The Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong This is a two-bedroom suite located on floor 117 overlooking breathtaking Victoria Harbour. Guests at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong can enjoy a soothing retreat in a one-of-a-kind location with personalized butler service and 600-thread count bed linens with down feather pillows and throws. In addition, is a 55-inch flat screen LCD television, Blu-ray DVD player, Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 8 speaker dock, 160GB Classic iPod, iPod docking station, and CD selection. Lastly, guests can enjoy an en suite marble bathroom with a 32-inch flat screen LCD television, Acqua di Parma bath amenities, spacious living and dining areas with a separate pantry. Each of these distinctive hotel rooms offers 24-hour access to the Ritz-Carlton 24 hour Club Lounge.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. Wow, look like some amazing hotels here. Love the design of the St. Lucia swimming pool in the picture, and would love to witness the 180 degree views of the Caribbean ocean!

  2. Love the London Park Lane one.. Hotel rooms can be so tiny in London, this suite is definitely the way to go!

  3. Probably I disagree with this list .. where is the imperial suit (imperial hotel in Vienna) .. and Royal suit in Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi and Royal suit in Burj Al Arab ?

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