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The Priciest and Most Luxurious Hotel Suite in the World

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The Royal Penthouse suite at the President Wilson hotel in Geneva, Switzerland is definitely the most spectacular hotel suite worldwide. It is 18,000 square feet in size, has 12 bedrooms, armoured doors and bullet proof windows, an executive boardroom, a Steinway grand piano, a 103 inch television that costs $130,000 and a personal staff that includes a chef and a butler. Visitors have included Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev amongst other and at $81,000 a night, you have to be part of the wealthy elite to even consider visiting this particular hotel suite in your lifetime.

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Source: Izismile (via Business Insider)

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