13 Incredible Penthouse Suites from Around the World

by Christina Garofalo

13 Incredible Penthouse Suites from Around the World

by Christina Garofalo

These penthouse suites are exclusively eye-candy — at least for everyone outside the most elite globetrotters. Still, we can dream, can't we? From private hammams and plunge pools, to sky-high terraces overlooking the city, here's what the most opulent accommodations can offer.

These penthouse suites are exclusively eye-candy — at least for everyone outside the most elite globetrotters. Still, we can dream, can't we? From private hammams and plunge pools, to sky-high terraces overlooking the city, here's what the most opulent accommodations can offer.

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Seafire Presidential Suite at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa / Photo courtesy of the property
Penthouse at The Levee
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The Levee, Israel

The century-old Gurevitch House — part of Tel Aviv’s UNESCO World Heritage Bauhaus district (also known as The White City) — opened in April as a chic eight-apartment villa called The Levee. The loft-like penthouse features large windows and Italian furnishings, a kitchen, en-suite bathrooms, and private balconies. From the top floor, guests are treated to 360-degree panoramic views of the city. From $3,200 per night, two-night minimum

The century-old Gurevitch House — part of Tel Aviv’s UNESCO World Heritage Bauhaus district (also known as The White City)  — opened in April as a chic eight-apartment villa called The Levee. The loft-like penthouse features large windows and Italian furnishings, a kitchen, en-suite bathrooms, and private balconies. From the top floor, guests are treated to 360-degree panoramic views of the city. From $3,200 per night, two-night minimum

Owner's Penthouse at The St. Regis Bangkok,
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The St. Regis Bangkok, Thailand

The recently redesigned Owner’s Penthouse — which occupies the hotel’s 43rd and 44th floors — features three bedrooms, a 16-person dining room, a stocked kitchen, and a wine room. The star of the show is the 23-foot infinity pool, which sits on the balcony and overlooks the city’s growing skyline. A private gym, spa treatment room, and round-the-clock butler service don’t hurt, either. From $8,250 per night. 

The recently redesigned Owner’s Penthouse — which occupies the hotel’s 43rd and 44th floors — features three bedrooms, a 16-person dining room, a stocked kitchen, and a wine room. The star of the show is the 23-foot infinity pool, which sits on the balcony and overlooks the city’s growing skyline. A private gym, spa treatment room, and round-the-clock butler service don’t hurt, either. From $8,250 per night. 

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Conrad New York Midtown, New York

Fresh off of a facelift this summer, Conrad New York Midtown's two-story penthouse comprises a coveted 2,700 square feet in space-strapped midtown Manhattan. The suite’s two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and separate entertainment floor feature three floor-to-ceiling bay windows, where you can admire the view from Central Park all the way to the Hudson River. From $15,000 per night

Fresh off of a facelift this summer, Conrad New York Midtown’s two-story penthouse comprises a coveted 2,700 square feet in space-strapped midtown Manhattan. The suite’s two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and separate entertainment floor feature three floor-to-ceiling bay windows, where you can admire the view from Central Park all the way to the Hudson River. From $15,000 per night.

Penthouse at Baglioni Hotel Regina, Italy
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Baglioni Hotel Regina, Italy

The three-bedroom penthouse sits at one of the highest points of Rome — which means that the view from the bougainvillea-trimmed terrace offers unparalleled sights of the Eternal City. Inside, you'll find a chromotherapy Jacuzzi, which is perfect for unwinding. Other perks of staying here include limousine airport transfers, 24-hour butler service, and an in-suite chef and barman to tend to cravingsFrom $9,580 per night.

The three-bedroom penthouse sits at one of the highest points of Rome — which means that the view from the bougainvillea-trimmed terrace offers unparalleled sights of the Eternal City. Inside, you'll find a chromotherapy Jacuzzi, which is perfect for unwinding. Other perks of staying here include limousine airport transfers, 24-hour butler service, and an in-suite chef and barman to tend to cravings. From $9,580 per night.

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Atlantis The Palm, UAE

The 3,000-square-foot Royal Bridge Suite — which forms a bridge across the hotel’s two towers — is flush with extravagant touches (Soap made with 24k gold flakes? They’ve got it.) Guests enter through a private guarded entrance and once inside are served by chefs and butlers, a personal trainer, and a masseuse. You'll also enjoy sweeping views of  the largest man-made island in the world. From $30,000 per night

The 3,000-square-foot Royal Bridge Suite — which forms a bridge across the hotel’s two towers — is flush with extravagant touches (Soap made with 24k gold flakes? They’ve got it.) Guests enter through a private guarded entrance and once inside are served by chefs and butlers, a personal trainer, and a masseuse. You'll also enjoy sweeping views of  the largest man-made island in the world. From $30,000 per night.

Penthouse Suite at Hotel Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris
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Hotel Le Royal Monceau, France

The three-bedroom Presidential Suites are artfully designed (think handcrafted Philippe Starck furnishings and original paintings) and offers views of the Arc de Triomphe. An in-suite hammam (Turkish bath), personal butler, chef, and trainer make for stress-free stays. A florist delivers personalized arrangements to your room daily. From $21,350 per night.

The three-bedroom Presidential Suites are artfully designed (think handcrafted Philippe Starck furnishings and original paintings) and offers views of the Arc de Triomphe. An in-suite hammam (Turkish bath), personal butler, chef, and trainer make for stress-free stays. A florist delivers personalized arrangements to your room daily. From $21,350 per night. 

Presidential Penthouse Suite at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
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Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, California

Guests staying in the Presidential Penthouse Suite will wake up to the sunrise over Hollywood Hills through floor-to-ceiling windows, which open to a private terrace. Built for entertaining, the suite is complete with a stocked kitchen, a long dining room table, and a home theater. Additionally, a smart home system allows guests to control lighting and music through their phones. From $20,000 per night.

Guests staying in the Presidential Penthouse Suite will wake to the sunrise over the Hollywood Hills through floor-to-ceiling windows, which open to a private terrace. Built for entertaining, the suite comes with a stocked kitchen, a long dining room table, and a home theater; and a smart home system allows guests to control lighting and music through their phones. From $20,000 per night. 

Presidential Suite at Solaz Los Cabos
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Solaz Los Cabos, Mexico

Even the bathroom of Solaz’s Presidential Suite has ocean views. Guests reach the penthouse via private elevator and have rein over a large kitchen, living room, and dining room. The terrace has its own bar and plunge pool overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Showers come complete with steam, aromatherapy, and chromotherapy — plus customizable colored lighting to curate the mood. From $3,500 per night.

Even the bathroom of Solaz’s Presidential Suite has ocean views. Guests reach the penthouse via private elevator and have rein over a large kitchen, living room, and dining room. The terrace has its own bar and plunge pool overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Showers come complete with steam, aromatherapy, and chromotherapy — plus customizable colored lighting to curate the mood. From $3,500 per night. 

Seafire Presidential Suite at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa
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Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa, Cayman Islands

At the Seafire Presidential Suite at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa, floor-to-ceiling windows open to a large wrap-around balcony — set with couches and a long table for outdoor entertaining — with views over Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach. The massive living space is furnished with custom pieces from Spain and Milan, and a standalone tub lets you soak in the views of the Caribbean from the comfort of your bathroom. From $4,750 per night. 

At the Seafire Presidential Suite at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa, floor-to-ceiling windows open to a large wrap-around balcony — set with couches and a long table for outdoor entertaining — with views over Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach. The massive living space is furnished with custom pieces from Spain and Milan, and a standalone tub lets you soak in views of the Caribbean from the comfort of your bathroom. From $4,750 per night.

Penthouse at The Silo Hotel
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The Silo Hotel, South Africa

Located in the tower of a century-old grain silo, the 2,012-square-foot penthouse at The Silo Hotel faces Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. The penthouse also features a spacious balcony. so guests can also see the city skyline, Signal Hill, and Lion’s Head. The one-bedroom suite is designed with ornate crystal chandeliers, contemporary African art, lush fabrics, and bold patterns. Rates from around $4,819 per night.

Located in the tower of a century-old grain silo, the 2,012-square-foot penthouse at The Silo Hotel faces Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. The penthouse also features a spacious balcony. so guests can also see the city skyline, Signal Hill, and Lion’s Head. The one-bedroom suite is designed with ornate crystal chandeliers, contemporary African art, lush fabrics, and bold patterns. Rates from around $4,819 per night. 

Penthouse at Viceroy Chicago
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Viceroy Chicago, Illinois

With floor-to-ceiling windows and a large outdoor terrace, the 16th-floor penthouse has striking views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s Gold Coast. It has two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, and two bathrooms (also with city views). Guests can enjoy downtime in the media room, fitted with a 75-inch Smart TV. From $1,400 per night.

With floor-to-ceiling windows and a large outdoor terrace, the 16th-floor penthouse has striking views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s Gold Coast. It has two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, and two bathrooms (also with city views). Guests can enjoy downtime in the media room, fitted with a 75-inch Smart TV. From $1,400 per night.

The NoMad Las Vegas’s Suite Royale Premiere
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NoMad Las Vegas, Nevada

Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, The NoMad Las Vegas’s Suite Royale Premiere sleeps up to six guests across two bedrooms and a sleeper sofa. Guests can entertain in a dining room, a high-top bar, and a full-sized billiard table. Perks include access to a special concierge, in-room massages, poolside massages, dog walking services, yoga, and daily turndown service. From $5,000 per night.

Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, The NoMad Las Vegas’ Suite Royal Premiere sleeps up to six guests across two bedrooms and a sleeper sofa. Guests can entertain in a dining room, a high-top bar, and a full-sized billiard table. Perks include access to a special concierge, in-room massages, poolside massages, dog walking services, yoga, and daily turndown service. From $5,000 per night.

 Ritz Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore
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The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

The 32nd-floor Ritz Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore offers panoramic views of the destination's dazzling skyscrapers and waterfront, and the walls feature original works by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. A 10-person dining room, 84-inch TV, Sonos sound system, and game consoles are primed for entertainment. Pre-arrival, the wine fridge is stocked with guests’ preferred vintages, and the Jacuzzi tub faces Marina Bay. From $5,765 per night 

The 32nd-floor Ritz Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore offers panoramic views of the destination's dazzling skyscrapers and waterfront, and the walls feature original works by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. A 10-person dining room, 84-inch TV, Sonos sound system, and game consoles are primed for entertainment. Pre-arrival, the wine fridge is stocked with guests’ preferred vintages, and the Jacuzzi tub faces Marina Bay. From 5,765 per night. 

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