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The Most Luxurious Hotel Suites in the World

From a villa with its own James Turrel installation to a Parisian hideaway fit for fashion royalty, these glamorous, over-the-top suites have to be seen to be believed.

Contact Indagare to book a stay at one of these suites. Our travel specialists can plan great meals and activities and arrange behind-the-scenes access in these destinations.

Owner’s Villa, Cheval Blanc Randheli, Maldives

Why it’s Special: A part of the nearby Cheval Blanc resort, this four-bedroom private island villa has its own spa with Guerlain products, an 82-foot pool and butlers and chefs available to cater to guests’ every need. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, the villa delivers a private island paradise, despite its remote location in the middle of the Indian Ocean—there’s even a grand piano and an open-air cinema for movies under the stars.
What it Costs: Price upon request

Singita Serengeti House, Tanzania

Why it’s Special: Travelers can live out the ultimate Out of Africa fantasy at Singita Serengeti House, a four-bedroom villa in the iconic plains of Tanzania. Game drives are the highlight of any safari, but Serengeti House is a sight to behold, too: the exclusive use property has a gym, tented spa suite, 80-foot infinity pool (from which you can see animals grazing) and a private tennis court. Unlike many safari lodges, Serengeti House also accepts children of all ages and offers activities such as archery, arts and crafts, cooking classes and a Mini Rangers course for aspiring safari guides.
What it Costs: From $10,000 USD/night

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Les Grands Appartements, Hôtel de Crillon, Paris

Why it’s Special: These two Karl Lagerfeld–designed suites can be combined into one sprawling, 3,600-square-foot accommodation that looks out directly onto Paris’s Place de la Concorde from the fourth floor of the iconic Crillon hotel. The late fashion designer put his mark on every aspect of the Louis XVIII–style Les Grands Appartements, from the custom canopy beds to the marble bathtub, which was carved from a single block of Carrara marble. For a little extra space, the suites can also be combined with the adjacent Choupette room—named for Lagerfeld’s beloved cat and featuring a more modern aesthetic—to make a three-bedroom suite.
What it Costs: From $39,300 USD/night for the two suites together

Hilltop Estate, Laucala, Fiji

Why it’s Special: Hilltop Estate, on Laucala Island (which was formerly owned by Malcolm Forbes), is a resort in a resort, and its Delana suite has its own chef, nanny and chauffeur, and a partially glass-enclosed pool. The Hilltop Estate is owned by Red Bull cofounder Dietrick Mateschitz, and guests must be preapproved to rent it out. With 129,000-square-feet of space and a hilltop location, it also has the best views of any accommodation at Laucala.
What it Costs: From $45,000 USD/night

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Villa 31, Amanzoe, Greece

Why it’s Special: The top accommodation at Greece’s serene Amanzoe resort, Villa 31 is home to Sky Plain, a daring installation by American artist James Turrell. Meant to inspire peace through light, the piece is composed of a 20-cubic-foot building with a large rectangular gap in the ceiling that opens to the one-bedroom villa, which also has a private 72-foot pool. With views of the Peloponnese peninsula, lucky guests of the villa can stay put or unwind at Amanzoe’s stunning beach club or Greek amphitheater, where open-air music shows and dance performances are staged throughout the summer.
What it Costs: From $5,100 USD/night

Contact Indagare to book a stay at one of these suites. Our travel specialists can plan great meals and activities and arrange behind-the-scenes access in these destinations.

– Blair West on May 6, 2019

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