Interested in taking a holiday at a ritzy hotel in the US? If so, be sure to check out the most luxurious suites some of these establishments have to offer. With around-the-clock service to fit your every need and amenities that will have you feeling at home, you’ll never want to leave. Some suites are more pricey than others (depending on your destination and suite choice) but most include outstanding views, enormous rooms, and even complimentary amenities such as a high-class luxury vehicle! Here’s a look at a few of the most breathtaking hotel suites in the US, listed in ascending order.
The Liberty Hotel, Boston, MA
This establishment holds an interesting past life of once being a prison where Malcolm X was incarcerated. Today, the same structure is a luxurious and elegant hotel. Check out the spacious, modern, and picture-perfect Ebersol Suite. This penthouse suite includes a king bed, a private balcony with clear views of the Charles River, floor-to-ceiling windows, a library, living and dining areas, all spread across 2,200 sq.ft. You can enjoy a stay for two in this suite for about $1,310 per night. If guests wish to bring along family or friends, staff will gladly combine another room to create a two bedroom suite.
The Jefferson Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Take a trip to visit the White House and enjoy a stay in the Thomas Jefferson Suite; you won’t get any closer to history than that! In this suite, you’ll capture impressive views of the Washington Monument and the White House from your balcony. You’ll feel as if you’re in a much smaller version of the White House, with a floor plan comprising of a 10-guest dining room, a sitting room, a kitchen, study, a guest powder room, and a master bedroom. The amenities, features, and service at this suite are overly luxurious, with costless garment pressing, shoe shining, bathroom televisions, flat-screen TVs that can be monitored from smart devices, and a Nespresso coffee machine. All you have to do to soak up this lavish lifestyle is dole out about $6,000 a night.
Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley, CA
This Five Star resort is located in the heart of the wine country. The adults-only hotel has just 50 rooms and offers three types of suites: a standard suite, a Deluxe Room, and Private Maisons. The largest of the suites, with dimensions of 1,800 sq.ft., is the Private Maisons, which cost between $5,000 and $6,000 per night. Some of the amenities and features here include a living room, fireplace, private fitness studio, and an outdoor tub and shower. Free breakfast is provided daily to all guests along with snacks. You’ll always find that there’s tons of privacy, so relax and sip on some Napa Valley wine.
Waldorf Astoria, Chicago
An apartment-like stay in the Windy City? why not? The 26th-floor Presidential Suite is the Waldorf Astoria’s most extraordinary space. This top-notch suite includes a spacious floor plan of 2,130 sq.ft. and includes a fireplace, living room, state-of-the-art kitchen, two bedrooms, a media room — and did I forget to mention the three private entrances and two terraces? This $6,500 per night suite has everything you need, so you’ll never have to leave!
The Halekulani Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii
Say Aloha to your new opulent lifestyle! Choose from a plethora of suites with swank amenities and major views. Rates range from $685 to $8,000 per night depending on your suite and your length of stay. If you’re wishing to vacation as a king or queen then check out the Royal Suite. This massive room with more than 3,320 sq.ft. costs about $8,000 per night. A few of the features include a wraparound private balcony, 2.5 bathrooms, epic views of Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach, a butler service, and a semi-private elevator. This impressive beach resort will leave you feeling relaxed and pampered on your stay.
The Four Seasons, New York, NY
“A Castle in the Clouds” is how the Big Apple’s Ty Warner Penthouse is proudly advertised. The entire 52nd floor (4,300 sq. ft.) of the Four Seasons Hotel is meant for a majestic stay and will have you never wanting to leave. Exquisite views of Manhattan can be enjoyed from the four panoramic glass balconies. Guests who stay in this penthouse even have the option of being chauffeured in a complimentary Rolls Royce during their stay. You’ll never have to lift a finger at the penthouse, just leave it to the staff that will gladly press garments, provide a packing and unpacking service…oh, did we mention a one-night stay here is $50,000 — the most expensive hotel room in NYC!
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