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Bahamas The Reef Atlantis
The Atlantis Bridge Suite has the distinction of being the most expensive hotel suite in the world---it's $25,000 a night. So what do you get for that kind of money? For starters, location, location, location. The Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge that connects the two Royal Towers buildings, so it overlooks the entire resort and marina.
Geneva President Wilson
At the sleek, modern President Wilson Hotel in Geneva, security takes as much precedence as luxury. Faster than you can say "Frette linens," the hotel's staff reassures guests that the security in the Imperial Suite is among the best in the world, ideal for celebrities or traveling heads of states who visit the United Nations headquarters next door at the Palais Wilson. (Considering how tight-lipped the hotel management was about the suite, guests can be assured of total secrecy.)
New York The Plaza Hotel
Twenty years ago, the Presidential Suite at the Plaza was often used as Gourmet magazine's test kitchen. Today, you won't see editors scurrying around the French- chateaux-style suite but wealthy businessmen (the suite is rarely used by celebrities) or families who need a pied-à-terre as their home is being remodeled. The 7,802-square-foot suite covers nearly the entire 18th floor of the Plaza, with views overlooking Central Park. The walls are covered in silk, the reception area has a 10-foot-wide stained glass window and the hand-painted piano depicts scenes from the French countryside.
The Westin Excelsior Rome
The Westin Excelsior Rome is in fashionable Via Veneto, 500 metres from Spagna Metro Station. It features luxurious decor with antique furniture and crystal chandeliers.
With refined furniture and custom fabrics, the elegant rooms include a flat-screen TV with both satellite and pay-per-view channels. Some overlook Via Veneto. Their marble bathroom offers bathrobe and slippers.
The hotel includes a 300 m² wellness centre with a hot tub, a gym and an indoor swimming pool. Guests can enjoy drinks and snacks at the stylish lounge bars. Specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, the Doney Restaurant provides a chic indoor setting along Via Veneto. Surrounded by cafés, shops and restaurants, the Westin Excelsior is a 5-minute walk from Villa Borghese and Piazza Barberini. Public transport links connect it to Rome’s main attractions
Costa Smeralda Hotel Cala di Volpe
The Costa Smeralda ("Emerald Coast"), on the eastern coast of Sardinia, became famous during the 1960s when the Aga Khan bought it and convinced his jet-set friends to start building villas and a yacht club on the beautiful but previously undeveloped island. The coast also served as the backdrop to the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. One of the Aga Khan's acquisitions was the 100-room Hotel Cala di Volpe, where the late Princess Margaret celebrated her 37th birthday in 1967.
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