Discover the finest hotel suites in Europe by European Best Destinations. Luxury, personal lounges, dressing, fruit baskets and champagne, here are some of the ingredients for a great stay in one of the best hotel suites in Europe. For George Clooney, Brad Pitt, David Beckham, Lady Gaga, Madonna and Prince Charles they are like second houses.
Gotthard Suite – The Chedi Andermatt Switzerland
With its five bedrooms, five bathrooms and 350 square metres of floor space over two floors, the Gotthard Suite is a luxurious family paradise. Experience an unforgettable stay with your loved ones directly under the expansive gabled roof. High-quality natural materials and the elegant, freestanding fireplace in the living area convey an atmosphere of warmth and comfort as well as a spacious ambience. Upstairs, the two large children’s rooms have bunk-style sleeping alcoves to make your little ones feel instantly at home. The luxurious decor is complemented by an open-plan living and dining area, which includes a modern kitchen. The full-length panoramic windows and the expansive terrace let you enjoy a breathtaking view of the Gotthard massif.
The Bacchus Suite – The Yeatman Porto
Named after the Roman god of wine, The Bacchus suite is the jewel in The Yeatman’s crown, with its spacious, open plan design providing the most exclusive and private accommodation in the hotel. Boasting approximately 150m² in total, and a high vaulted wooden ceiling,
A round copper Jacuzzi features a freestanding fireplace to one side and city views to the other, whilst the large rotating bed can be positioned to view one of two large plasma TV screens or to face the expansive views offered by 6 metres of floor to ceiling sliding doors.
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The Suite – Shangri-La-Paris
Perched on the top floor of the hotel, which was added to the building in 1966, The Suite Shangri-La’s modern architecture is balanced with classic French furnishings. Pierre-Yves Rochon blended the Directoire (1795-1799) and Empire (1803-1821) styles, complemented with elegant Asian touches throughout. With a total of 225-square-metres (2,420-square-feet) of living space, the suite’s spacious 100-square-metre (1,076-square-foot) terrace offers a sweeping panoramic view over the city.
The suite looks down on to Gustave Eiffel’s former home and directly on to the first level of the Eiffel Tower. This unobstructed view is thanks to the visionary engineer’s efforts to prohibit high-rise construction around his tower.
The Royal Penthouse – Corinthia Hotel London
At 5,000 sq ft, The Royal Penthouse takes its place as the largest two-bedroom luxury hotel residence in London. Overlooking the River Thames, it offers an uninterrupted 180 degree view all the way from the soaring towers of the City to the heritage sights in Westminster from its sweeping terrace complete with loungers and fire pit.
The ultimate London vantage point offers a majestic array of features set over two storeys. Highlights include an imposing entrance hall, an elegant panoramic living room and a high tech study. A private butler’s kitchen and private wine cellar service the unique oval dining room which is clad in facetted and bevelled mirrors.
The Penthouse – Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria
The treasure chest that is the Rome Cavalieri boasts a priceless new jewel: THE PENTHOUSE. Located on the exclusive Executive Floor, this 250 square-meter suite offers the ultimate in amenities and luxury as well as its own private 200 square-meter panoramic roof garden.
In the great Rome Cavalieri tradition of recherché style and refinement, the decor of the new suite is an exclusive blend of antique and modern: boiseries; important works of art, such as a series of Andy Warhol paintings; armchairs and sofas that once adorned Karl Lagerfeld’s Paris home acquired by auction at Sotheby’s, Monte Carlo.
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Source: European Best Destinations