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6 Luxury Hotel Suites You Have To See To Believe


Some hotels and resorts are a destination on their own. Lavish furnishings, scenic locations, and spacious rooms can make for a memorable vacation without ever leaving the hotel.
We’ve pulled together some of the most luxurious suites in the United States and around the world. From rooftop suites with bucket-list views to expansive penthouses with luxurious décor, you have to see these suites to believe them.
Rome Cavalieri, Penthouse Suite Bedroom with Andy Warhol Dollar SignsRome Cavalieri, Penthouse Suite Bedroom with Andy Warhol. Photo courtesy of Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel) Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts is part of Hilton Worldwide

Perched atop the grand Rome Cavalieri, this penthouse suite offers sweeping views of Rome and the Vatican. Its private 2,300-square-foot roof garden and Jacuzzi overlook St. Peter’s Basilica. 

The penthouse is almost as large as the garden, with more than 2,115 square feet of living space. There’s an expansive bedroom with luxurious bedding and a walk-in dressing room, along with a large living room and dining area with a bar. There’s even a private wine cellar stocked with prestigious labels.
The well-appointed bathroom has a hydro-massage bath. The penthouse is decorated with prized works of art by Andy Warhol and includes furnishings by Karl Lagerfeld and stylish interiors detailed with Swarovski crystal accents.
Royal Suite Living. Photo courtesy of The RitzCarlton Orlando Grande LakesRoyal Suite Living. Photo courtesy of The RitzCarlton Orlando Grande Lakes

The Royal Suite at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando has a completely different feel. This 4,293-square-foot suite with four bedrooms is stylishly modern and decorated in white, blues, and relaxing grays. The luxury hotel is located near popular Orlando theme parks and attractions. 

The Royal Suite has plenty of space for families with children or multi-generational gatherings, including an airy living room, media room, and dining room. From the Royal Suite’s eight personal balconies, guests have views of the surrounding lakes and championship golf course. There’s an oversized master bathroom, as well as a state-of-the art kitchen. Although Orlando has more than its share of fun experiences to offer, guests might just want to stay in and enjoy this luxurious suite.
The Luxury Collection is part of Marriott. Photo courtesy of The Joseph, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Nashville

The 2,175-square-foot Presidential Suite at The Joseph Nashville exudes class with its attention to detail and fine amenities. From classic Italian marble to panoramic glass windows revealing scenic views of Nashville, Tennessee, the Presidential Suite is made for relaxing and entertaining. 

The suite has an impressive marble bar with seating for eight, along with a fully restored, 1920s-era Steinway Model A salon grand piano with self-playing feature. Guests can enjoy the music while relaxing on the living room’s wrap-around sofa and oversized chairs. The suite is decorated with exclusive pieces of art, including pieces from the Pizzuti Collection, one of the world’s top private contemporary art collections.
The luxury bathroom has a deep soaking tub and digitally controlled shower. The master bedroom includes a large king bed with French luxury linens and a custom designed closet by California Closets. Part of The Luxury Collection, the Joseph is one of the most luxurious places to stay in Nashville.
JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort Spa. Photos courtesy of MarriottJW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort Spa. Photos courtesy of Marriott

At this beautiful property on Camelback Mountain in Arizona, guests have their own private swimming pool. The large outdoor patio is perfect for soaking in the Arizona sun and scenic desert landscape of this Southwestern oasis. The 1,400-square-foot suite has two bedrooms, a kitchen, and large living room. For luxury in the desert, this is where you’ll want to be.

Estate Suite with 2 Queen Beds. Photos courtesy of The Seabird Resort

At the Seabird Resort in Oceanside, California, everything is centered on the sea. This classic California resort in Northern San Diego is located right on the beach. Guests staying in the Estate Suite have expansive views of the Pacific Ocean. The 1,241-square-foot suite has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room, and a reading nook. One of its most popular features is the expansive furnished patio. It’s an excellent luxury suite for families.

Suite Eiffel bathroom. Photo courtesy of Hotelde Sers Suite EiffelSuite Eiffel bathroom. Photo courtesy of Hotelde Sers Suite Eiffel

Ah, Paris. It’s one of the most romantic cities in the world, and the 860-square-foot Suite Eiffel at Hôtel de Sers is the perfect choice for a dreamy weekend. The one-bedroom suite is decorated in a gentle silver patina. Vast windows provide soft natural light and open to the magnificent, panoramic terrace with its stunning views of the Eiffel Tower, Sacré Coeur, and the beautiful city of Paris.

Its lavish décor includes two deep sofas upholstered in gold velvet which furnish the large living room. Large leather cubes with inlaid wood tops serve as a coffee table, providing a feeling of comfort and contemporary luxury.
Once a grand residence built in 1880, the Hôtel de Sers is a flamboyant symbol of classic French style. With its intimate luxury and amazing views, the Suite Eiffel at Hôtel de Sers is the perfect place to stay in the City of Light.