You want to be rich? Well, this is the wish of everyone right? But one of the advantages of being rich is being able to stay in one of the most expensive suites in the world. In fact, you have to be SUPER rich to support these incredible places that make envy to everyone .To rest , for leisure or just to enjoy the breathtaking view, here in these hotels you pay a lot. Believe!
But if you are a dreamer, here are the 5 Most Stunning Suites Hotel in Hong Kong .
1. Presidential suite at the InterContinental Hong Kong
The InterContinental shines on our top five suites in Hong Kong list for its spacious interiors. At 7,000 square foot, this hotel suite has it all — the view, the services and the title of the largest hotel suite in Hong Kong. As if that wasn’t enough to please us, the InterContinental Hong Kong takes it further with a 2,500 square foot rooftop holding an infinity pool and jacuzzi, which offers an IMAX view of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong island. For HK$97,000 per night, all this can be yours along with 24-hour personal butler service, limousine round-trips to the airport and lounge access.InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
2. Vivienne Tam suite at Hotel ICON
Bold colours decorate the designer Vivienne Tam suite at Hotel ICON.
A visually stunning suite, Hotel ICON steps aside from the mainstream fuss and offers unforced elegance and chic simplicity. Personally designed by Vivienne Tam, the designer suite embodies her world-famous China chic brand with red and purple colours decorating the room.
A Swarovski painting, cherry wood table, plush red sofa and porcelain crafts are all housed under this high-ceilinged room — tell us where else we can find such designer opulence for HK$30,000 per night.
Not to forget, the spacious bedroom with an adjoining living room also offers a stunning view of Victoria Harbour. To top it off, this designer suite is feng-shui proof, an oriental suite experience indeed.
3. Suite at W Hong Kong
The extreme Wow suite at W Hotel offers an extremely wow experience with bonus perks for all guests.
A massive 65-inch plasma television along with a state of the art surround system and of course, an iPod docking station takes us on a blissful entertainment experience at the Extreme WOW suite. The personal media library and plush comfortable furniture makes this shmurgling session that much more luxurious, just remember to have the remote nearby.
Not only does the suite have full glass windows in the bedroom but also in the bathroom, where we can relax in their lusciously massive bathtub. As the others, this hotel suite in Hong Kong also offers an extreme wow view of Victoria Harbour.
The room is priced between HK$25,000 to HK$30,000 per night.
4. Suite at the Upper House
The Upper House offers a stunning view of Hong Kong from their spa-inspired bathroom.
In their luxury boutique hotel, The Upper House offers an understated 1,960 square foot penthouse experience. With a panoramic view of Hong Kong and bespoke chic furniture decorating the room, this is a haven like no other.
Alongside the two-bedroom convenience, it is their spa-inspired bathroom that grabbed our attention. Walk-in rain showers and free-standing bathtubs, offering a view of the Hong Kong island await us here. The simplicity and unclutter of the room is relaxing yet refreshing, a perfect paradise for those seeking down time.
The penthouse suite at The Upper House is available from HK$35,000 onwards per night.
5. Presidential suite at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
From the 117 floor, the Ritz-Carlton boasts an unbeatable view of Hong Kong.
The elevator goes straight to the 117th floor for this one-of-a-kind suite at The Ritz-Carlton. With a telescope in the living room, the 3,920 square foot suite’s obvious charm is its unparalleled view of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
As if that was not enough, the additional perks of being a guest at this presidential suite has us swooning. Along with the standard chauffeured limousine service, you also get private massages, a 24-hour personal chef and custom-monogrammed bathrobes, towels and pillows. Not to forget, the adjoining mall Elements also offers a private shopping experience upon request.
Now that’s a suite life we could easily get used to, simply for the price of HK$130,000 per night.
Which Hotel Suite do you prefer?