Stay like a royalty in one of these most expensive presidential suites in Asia, where the pinnacle of luxury awaits.

Exquisite, enormous, and tailor-made, the presidential suites in these hotels offer everything you could wish for during your stay. Whilst the stunning interiors and in-room facilities are impressive, all of them also come with special perks and unparalleled services. Here’s a closer look at all the features you must not miss.

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Raffles Singapore

One of the most iconic and historic hotels in Singapore, the Raffles Singapore has two Presidential Suites that are equally stunning – and expensive. The Sarkies and Sir Stamford Raffles Suites span over 260 square metres and come with a private verandah overlooking the Palm Court. Special services like in-suite registration and check-out, a pillow menu, and 24-hour butler service are all part of the experience here.

Price: approx. $7,500 per night

Park Hyatt Tokyo

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The Park Hyatt Tokyo’s Presidential Suite is located on the 51st floor of the hotel, and offers the best vantage point to admire Tokyo’s skyline. This specialty suite has a range of exclusive features like a private library, deep soaking marble bathtub, private sauna, in-shower body jets, a grand piano, and more. The tiny details that will make you swoon are the Aesop bath amenities and the yukata bathrobe.

Price: approx. $9,500 per night

InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

The Victoria Harbour Presidential Suite of the InterContinental Grand Stanford is exactly what the name claims it is: a presidential suite with a panoramic Victoria Harbour view. The lavish suite features an open kitchen, study room, jacuzzi tub, Byredo amenities, and exclusive perks in the Club InterContinental Lounge.

Price: approx. $12,000 per night

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

The Presidential Suites of the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is the zenith of luxury with a multipurpose room as the highlight. Amongst the given luxurious amenities and facilities of the suite, there’s one room you can have customised to whatever your purpose. Whether it’s a children’s play room, workout room, meeting room, study room, or event space, simply tell them your wish.

Price: approx. $12,000 per night

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

While the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is famous for being home to a total of seven Michelin stars in one building, its most expensive accommodation – its presidential suite – is also second to none. The hotel sits on the edge of Victoria Harbour, which can be admired from the 43rd floor of the room. The vast 319-square-metre suite is very spacious, and offers everything from a grand foyer to a marble bathroom.

Price: approx. $13,000 per night

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Famously claiming to be the only seven-star hotel in the world, the Burj Al Arab is located in the extravagant city of Dubai. From the outside, the Burj Al Arab is far from the ordinary, with its eminent location on the private man-made island just off the shore. While the Presidential Two Bedroom Suite is not yet the most expensive suite in the property, it is by far the most popular. The suite boasts a private bar, library, full-size jacuzzi, Hermès amenities, and $800 resort credit, just to name a few of its many highlights.

Price: approx. $15,000 per night

The St. Regis Hong Kong

With a wraparound view from every corner of the suite, the One Bedroom Presidential Suite at The St. Regis Hong Kong will make you want to stay in all day and night. The interior decor features warm and neutral tones, welcoming the views of the harbour wholeheartedly as a key part of the suite’s essence.

Price: approx. $16,000 per night

The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

Perched up on the 53rd floor, the Presidential Suite of The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo offers a prime spot to admire Mount Fuji and the Roppongi hills. Couples on a honeymoon can especially enjoy the intimacy of the spacious one-bedroom suite with deep bathtub, Diptyque amenities, and complimentary afternoon tea and Club Lounge access.

Price: approx. $18,000 per night

The Raj Palace, India

The Raj Palace is the oldest mansion in Jaipur, dating back to 1727. The palace was converted into a hotel by Princess Jayendra Kumari, with plenty of valuable artefacts and opulent items remaining in the hotel until today. The Maharajah’s Pavilion, the four-storey presidential suite, is one of the largest suites in the world, spanning over 1,490 square metres. Guests will find unexpected features like the private heritage museum, a library, and a private spa here.

Price: approx. $45,000 per night

Rosewood Hong Kong

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Imagine having the whole floor of a five-star hotel all to yourself. That is essentially what Harbour House at the Rosewood Hong Kong has to offer. Spreading over 290 square metres on the 57th floor, the presidential suite features five bedrooms, two outdoor lap pools, a private gym, private gardens, and unparalleled harbour views. From exquisite artworks to a single-marble bath tub, this presidential suite is the true epitome of luxury.

Price: approx. $64,000 per night

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: What is the most expensive presidential suite in Asia?

Answer: The most expensive presidential suite in Asia is Rosewood Hong Kong’s Harbour House which occupies an entire hotel floor.

Question: What is the most expensive hotel per night in Asia?

Answer: A night at Rosewood Hong Kong’s Harbour House could cost up to $64,000.

Question: Which hotel is most costly in the world?

Answer: The Lover’s Deep submarine hotel at St. Lucia.

Question: Which is the biggest hotel in Asia?

Answer: First World Hotel in Malaysia is the largest hotel in Asia and in the world.

Live the high life at these 10 most expensive presidential suites in Asia

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