Photos: The world’s most expensive hotel suite is NOT in Dubai

December 5, 2017 6:55 pm

This plush hotel suite has been named as the most expensive in the world.

The penthouse suite has been named as the world's most expensive hotel room with a one night stay costing almost £60,000

The 12-bedroom penthouse, on Lake Geneva, Switzerland, covers the entire eighth floor of the Hotel President Wilson and costs a whopping £60,000 a night ($80,000). Stars including Richard Branson, Rihanna and Bill Gates are all said to have stayed at the pricey pad, which boasts a personal chef, butler and security team. And bullet-proof glass. It is also famous for being the largest suite in Europe at 18,000 square feet. Features also include perfume that wafts from wardrobes, bathrooms made from marble with products from top designer Hermes, a Steinway grand piano and a private lift. The two master bedrooms, meanwhile, both have vast walk-in dressing rooms and a hot tub. And every guest can enjoy panoramic views of Lake Geneva. Opened in May 1962, the hotel is dedicated former US president Woodrow Wilson for his role in creating the League of Nations – the forerunner to the United Nations. Scroll down to see the suite only the super-rich can afford.

In the two master bedrooms in the suite, guests can enjoy huge walk-in wardrobes as well as hot tubs with stunning views
A Steinway grand piano sits in the corner of the hotel suite, which is pricey even for millionaires
To allow VIP guests to feel completely safe there are surveillance cameras in the corridors and at the entrance of the suite, as well as steel-lined entry doors, periphery walls and bullet-proof glass windows
One of the master bedrooms in the 12-bedroom penthouse suite at the Hotel President Wilson on Lake Geneva in Switzerland 
The vast living room in the suite, which has stunning views over Lake Geneva, and comes with a private chef and butler 
Stars including Richard Branson, Rihanna and Bill Gates are all said to have stayed at the pricey pad, which is close to the UN headquarters in Geneva 
To allow VIP guests to feel completely safe there are surveillance cameras in the corridors and at the entrance of the suite, as well as steel-lined entry doors, periphery walls and bullet-proof glass windows
The Hotel President Wilson opened in May 1962, and it is dedicated former US president Woodrow Wilson who served between 1913 and 1921
The bathroom is made completely from marble and all of the products inside have been created by the designer Hermes 
The stunning Lake Geneva view from the suite, where guests can get snug with thick blankets and star-gaze
One of the many dining rooms inside the 18,000-square-foot suite, where guests can invite friends for a private dinner 
If guests want to entertain a larger party, they could dine at this table, which has a panoramic view of Lake Geneva 

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