We've certainly seen our fair share of lavish hotel rooms (you know, for research purposes), but nothing comes close to this Geneva gem. Back in 2016, we named The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Switzerland the world's most expensive, and, despite any European financial shakeups, it still rings true today.
Boasting 12 bedrooms and more than 18,000 square feet of luxurious living space, the suite is also the largest in Europe, taking over the entire top floor of the five-star hotel favored by international dignitaries and celebs. The terrace and walls of windows provide panoramic views of the stunning Lake Geneva, while the 12 marble-covered bathrooms (some with Jacuzzis) are stocked with Hermès bath products. We mean, can this experience get any chicer?
Well for over $80,000 a night, it better. (And it does.)
The made-for-entertaining dining room seats 26, while the lounging areas include a Steinway grand piano and a 1930 Brunswick billiard table. Of course, if you're rich enough to spring for this stay, you're going to need plenty of security. The suite also comes complete with a private elevator, bulletproof windows, and helicopter evacuation services. How very James Bond.
Click through to take a tour - and perhaps convince 80 of your closest friends to split the bill?
[Photos via Hotel President Wilson]