These Outrageous Hotel Suites (& Their Price Tags) Will Make Your Jaw Drop

Looking at beautiful hotel rooms online is our favorite way to virtually escape: For some reason, photos of marble baths, king-sized beds, and towering chandeliers feel like the perfect daydreaming vessel. We might not have the funds to live it up in a presidential suite just yet, but one can exercise the power of imagination, right?

When it comes to luxury stays, there's your executive suites with all your standard niceties, and then there's the properties that are so exquisitely designed, you'll want to add them to your bucket list immediately. From a Chanel-approved suite to an imperial summer palace, we've rounded up the most incredible spaces offered by hospitality brands around the world. We've also thrown in the nightly rates, so you know how much that #suitelife is really going to cost.

Photo: Courtesy of Rocco Forte Hotels.
Kipling Suite, Brown's Hotel, London, U.K.

Literary buffs will love this gem of a hotel suite: It's rumored to be the very spot where Rudyard Kipling wrote much of The Jungle Book. Designed by Olga Polizzi, the sumptuous suites feature an Italian marble bath, hand-painted wallpaper, and antique bust sculptures.

From $6,915/night
Photo: Courtesy of Sujan.
The Maharani’s Apartment, Rajmahal Palace, Jaipur, India

The bright colors of Jaipur can be seen throughout this palatial hotel, formerly the official residence of British colonial officers. This magnificent private residence is decked in vibrant wallpaper with royal motifs. Magnificent interiors aside, the property also comes with a heated pool, and a private butler.

Price upon request
Photo: Courtesy of Iniala Beach House.
Villa Siam, Iniala Beach House, Natai Beach, Thailand

Iniala Beach House is the type of place that's made for Instagram. The beachside resort features a collection of wildly individual villas dreamed up by some of the top designers of the world. The most visually striking suites can be found at Villa Siam, outfitted with cocoon-shaped beds, traditional sculptures in technicolor, and a golden spa room inspired by Thai temples.

From $2,800/night
Photo: Courtesy of The Alpina.
Panorama Suite, The Alpina, Gstaad, Switzerland

It's hard to find a view more epic than this: The Alpina's chalet-style suite is surrounded by a sweeping view of snow-capped mountains and expansive meadows. Just imagine taking a bath while looking out to the Alps.

From $2,456/night
Photo: Courtesy of The Ritz.
Coco Chanel Suite, The Ritz Paris, France

Coco Chanel famously lived at the Ritz for over three decades. The iconic couturier had a hand in designing the interiors of this suite, imbuing her signature monochrome aesthetic. Her impossibly chic decorating touches reflect her love ornate mirrors and lacquer furniture.

From $21.200/night
Photo: Courtesy of Bambu Indah.
Udang House, Bambu Indah, Ubud, Indonesia

Udang is Indonesian "shrimp," and you'll be seeing plenty of that at the suite. The eco-conscious hotel has built a suite above a shrimp pond with tempered glass flooring. The hut itself is more than a century old, and was once used for food production. This is definitely a steal compared to the rest of the suites on the list.

From $275/night
Photo: Courtesy of Aman.
Courtyard Suite, Aman Summer Palace, Beijing, China

Formerly a summer retreat for the Chinese imperial family, the luxury hotel juxtaposes the traditional architecture from the Ming and Qing Dynasty with calligraphy and ceramics by modern-day artists. This elegant suite grants you access to the private courtyard, as well as a exclusive entrance to Yiheyuan Summer Palace, the largest royal park in the country and a popular tourist destination.

From $1,206/night
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