Luxury travel experts from across the globe have found a new way to spoil their top guests with the very best services and offers money can possibly buy. The experience is called simply The Suite Life, and it is marketed suggestively to people ‘with unlimited bank accounts’.
Ensuring absolute privacy and all the assistance anyone could ask for, the service is bound to make every guest feel like royalty. World-class accommodations, helipads, private elevators, priority access, personal shopping assistants, and full-time butlers are just some of the many unparalleled perks of living The Suite Life.
Curious about more specific offers? Take for instance the iconic Four Seasons Hotel in New York. Here, the Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse awaits its select guests on the 25th floor, flaunting breathtaking 360-degree views and a private library that is virtually larger than most Manhattan apartments. The Swiss-made bedroom mattress alone cost $65,000 to make over a period of 160 hours. Other highlights include a private spa/gym space, mother of pearl wall inlays, a chauffeured Rolls Royce, and even a personal trainer. The $4,300-suare-foot suite can be booked for $50,000 a night, with a minimum stay of three nights.
Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse bedroom
Ty Warner Penthouse library – Four Seasons
Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse bathroom
For those dreaded long flights, Singapore Airlines offer an irresistible solution in their extra expensive suite class tickets. Easily outshining any regular first class offer, the Singapore Airlines Suites flaunt 36-inch wide seats hidden behind sliding doors for utmost privacy. A 23-inch TV set will keep you entertained with hundreds of television shows and movies. When you start feeling dozy, the flight attendants will prepare a cozy bed with fresh linens for you to comfortably sleep on. Couples can even benefit from comfortable double-bed configurations. Prices range between $12,000 and $14,000 per person.
An unprecedented level of privacy
Suites and First Class cuisine
If luxury cruises are your preferred mode of travel, then we suggest booking the Queen Mary 2 Grand Duplex Suite. The seven-day experience is priced at $20,000 per person and it makes crossing the Atlantic feel like a breeze. Perks include personalized stationary, a private butler, and fresh fruits at all times, plus our favorite feature of all: a private outdoor deck. Priority access on and off the ship is obviously also part of the deal.
Queen Mary 2 in Trondheim 2007
Queen Mary 2 Grand Duplex Loft & Bedroom
Queen Mary 2 Grand Duplex lower level
Grand Duplex Spa Bathroom Queen Mary 2