10Best Searches for Best Hotel Penthouse

  • Royal Suite at the Burj Al Arab

    It'll only set you back a couple thousand bucks to spend a night in the Burj Al Arab Royal Suite in Dubai – a good deal considering it used to ring up at nearly $30,000. A private elevator opens up to a grand white marble and gold staircase. Within the two-bedroom suite, you'll find a private movie theater, library, rotating canopy bed and magnificent views over the gulf.

    Photo courtesy of Burj Al Arab

  • Penthouse Suite at the Fairmont San Francisco

    The 6,000-square-foot Penthouse Suite in the Fairmont San Francisco comes equipped with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a library, billiards room, fireplace and a terrace overlooking the San Francisco Bay. The penthouse is so spacious, you can entertain 100 people there at a time.

    Photo courtesy of Fairmont San Francisco

  • Presidential Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe

    Travelers looking to enjoy Sardinia in style can book the Presidential Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe for just over $30,000 a night. The three-bedroom suite, considered one of the most beautiful in the world, has its own wine cellar, gym and a rooftop pool with sweeping views over the coastline.

    Photo courtesy of Tiziaano Canu - Hotel Cala di Volpe

  • Villa La Cupola Suite at The Westin Excelsior

    The Villa La Cupola Suite at the Westin Excelsior in Rome is one of the largest suites in Europe, not to mention one of the most extravagant. The suite is adorned with Italian frescoes, stained glass and marble, and you'll have your own private cinema, spa with a whirlpool and steam room, a Bang and Olufsen surround sound system, a pool and a wraparound sun deck.

    Photo courtesy of The Westin Excelsior

  • Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons New York

    Perched 800 feet above the ground, the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons New York is the highest hotel suite in the Big Apple. The suite took seven years and $50 million to construct, and thanks to the work of artisans brought in from around the world, guests enjoy luxuries like 360-degree views of the city, a spacious master bathroom appointed in imported Chinese onyx, a spa, a breakfast room and a library equipped with a grand piano.

    Photo courtesy of Saylor, Durston – Four Seasons New York

  • The One Penthouse at the One & Only Cape Town

    When you take your private elevator to the One Penthouse at the One & Only Cape Town, you'll be met with four en suite bedrooms, several fireplace-equipped lounge areas, two private pools, a gym and sauna, and wraparound terraces offering views of Table Mountain National Park and Robben Island.

    Photo courtesy of One & Only Cape Town

  • Two Story Sky Villa at The Palms

    If you're willing to drop $40,000, you and your entourage can stay at the luxurious Two Story Sky Villa at The Palms in Las Vegas. Perks include 9,000 square feet of space, 24-hour butler service, a revolving bed, a private elevator, media room and a private 12-person glass-enclosed jacuzzi overlooking the Strip.

    Photo courtesy of The Palms

  • Tower Penthouse at the Setai Miami

    Perched atop the glass Tower of The Setai in Miami, the Tower Penthouse includes 10,000 square feet of space, including separate living rooms for children and adults, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a Steinway piano, rooftop Jacuzzi and an infinity pool overlooking Miami Beach.

    Photo courtesy of The Setai

  • Royal Penthouse at the Hotel President Wilson

    The Royal Penthouse at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is the most expensive on earth, setting you back some $65,000 a night. The 12-room penthouse includes a library, billiards room, sauna, Steinway grand piano and paparazzi-thwarting security features like bulletproof doors and windows.

    Photo courtesy of Robert Miller - Hotel President Wilson

  • Royal Towers Bridge Suite at the Atlantis Resort

    The 10-room Royal Towers Bridge Suite at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas literally bridges the gap between the two Royal Towers, 16 stories above the ground. Inside, you'll find a 1,250-square-foot living room with a grand piano and two entertainment systems, a dining area fitted with 24-carat-gold chandeliers, an 800-square-foot balcony and a permanent staff of seven people to take care of your every need.

    Photo courtesy of Atlantis

  • Penthouse Suite at the Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills

    For the most guest space in the Los Angeles area, head to the Penthouse Suite at the Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills hotel. The 5,000-square-foot penthouse offers 270-degree views of the city, a media room, state-of-the-art kitchen, three marble bathrooms and complimentary daily luxury car use.

    Photo courtesy of Milroy and McAleer – Four Seasons