One of the few places in Hawaii that makes you want to stay inside.
courtesy Honua Kai Resort & Spa
Royal Plaza Suite, The Plaza Hotel, NYC —
This 4,490-square-foot, $30,000-a-night suite was inspired by Louis XV's royal court ... and his love of hemorrhaging cash.
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Provocateur Suite, Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas —
Checking into the Provocateur Suite means you're not just fooling around. Actually, it sort of does. Features include mirrored ceilings and an interactive video wall that projects figures "writhing wantonly" on the bed while erotic themes rotate behind the headboard.
courtesy Hard Rock Hotel
Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas —
Yep, that's a full-sized basketball court behind those doors. For a mere $25,000 a night, hoop dreams do come true. Oh, relax, that's still less than LeBron James makes in a single quarter of play.
courtesy palms casino resort
Presidential Suite, Hotel Bel-Air, L.A. —
Vintage champagne? Monogrammed golf balls? 7-Eleven burrito? Your personal staff is on call to fetch whatever you need.
courtesy hotel bel-air
The Brisa Villa at the Grand Del Mar, San Diego —
Why go all the way to the Mediterranean to visit your rich relatives when you can simulate the effect in SoCal?
courtesy Grand Del Mar
Penthouse, Fairmont Hotel San Francisco —
This Penthouse comes with a formal dining room seating 60 people, but everyone needs a secret refuge from the hoi polloi now and then.
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel, NYC —
Trump this view.
courtesy Four Seasons
Casa Five, Sanctuary Camelback Mt., Arizona —
At Casa Five suite, you get your own outdoor pool, private tennis court, five bedrooms, five and a half baths and multi-level outdoor patio with hot tub. Don't worry, you'll get used to living like a sheik quickly enough.