The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is renowned for being the most expensive suite in the world. Numerous head of state and celebrities have stayed in it, as the room provides everything you would want in a luxury suite.
The Hotel dedicated the 1680 square meters suited located on the 8th floor of the hotel to the 28th President of the United States Woodrow Wilson for his contribution to the creation of the League of Nations. Opened in May 1962, the hotel has accommodated the likes of Bill Gates, Rihanna and Richard Branson in their high-priced pad, which also boasts of a butler, a personal chef and a team of security.
With exceptional top of the range features such as one of the biggest TV screen in the world by the prestigious brand Bang & Olufsen (BeoVision 4-103 with audio system), a Steinway grand piano, a 1930 Brunswick billiard, a collection of ancient books, art pieces as well as a private fitness room, the suite leaves nothing to be desired.
This truly unique suite stands for pure luxury with maximum security, from bulletproof windows, emergency alarm buttons and reinforced safe to a private lift to take guests directly to their majestic living quarters.
The Penthouse suite occupied the entire top floor of the hotel and has a breathtaking view of the Geneva lake. The panoramic terraces also come with a high-quality telescope for stargazing on clear nights.
There is also a private elevator that takes you and the guests straight to your living room, which also allows you to take anyone to your room without being seen by other hotel’s guests. All these luxury and fine features are yours for only $80, 000 per night.