Special days must be celebrated in special venues, and ‘expensive’ is the word that must dominate the picture. So here is our suggestion: take your loved one to a luxury hotel this Valentine’s Day and spend a night to remember in a place of abundance and relaxation. Here are a few ideas:
1. Royal Penthouse Suite at President Wilson Hotel
Overlooking Lake Geneva you can find the extremely luxurious President Wilson Hotel ,and inside, the Royal Penthouse Suite will welcome you and your soul mate for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day. For $65,000 a night you can be sure you’ll get the best service (24 hours a day room service) and deluxe amenities.
2. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi
A little less expensive, but definitely not less fascinating is the Royal Villa that overlooks the Aegean Sea. It is a 4,500 square-foot house that will pamper you with luxuries like Bvlgari bath products, multiple fireplaces, an outdoor pool, an indoor heated pool and many more. You will even have four staff members to assist you at any time: a limo driver, a personal trainer, a butler and someone to provide you exquisite spa treatments. All this and more for $45,000.
3. Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons
A personal trainer or therapist, a chauffeur and a butler are also available at Four Seasons for the guests who decide to spend some time in the Ty Warner Penthouse. But for $40,000 a night, you will get a lot more than that. While a stunning view of Manhattan awaits you outside, inside things are even more exiting, as this is a creation of owner Ty Warner, architect I.M. Pei and designer Peter Marino.
A beautiful panoramic view of the sleepless Las Vegas, a cantilevered Playboy pool, a full bar, a sunbathing deck, a rotating king-size bed and a pop-up plasma TV are just some of the luxuries that you’ll enjoy in the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa. One night costs $30,000.
5. Royal Plaza Suite at Plaza Hotel
Also in New York City you can find a more sober type of luxury, inspired by the royal court of Louis XV. Your personal chef will work wonders in the state of the art kitchen, while you spend some relaxing moments in the library, or in any other corner of this sumptuous suite. Imagine the degree of luxury you will enjoy here if the bathroom alone features 24-karat gold faucets. Price for a night: $30,000.
6. Presidential Suite at Ritz Carlton
Ritz Carlton in Tokyo has got something special for you: their Presidential Suite, which boasts haute amenities like marble bathrooms, a 40-inch flat screen, and concierge services. The dramatic views of Mount Fiji are also worth spending a lot of money on – $25,000 to be more exact.
7. Bridge Suite at Royal Towers, Atlantis.
Atlantis offers regal accommodation in every room of their Royal Towers. But the Bridge Suite is the one you really want to get a taste of: it is the best. If the aforementioned staff of four is not enough for you, then how about seven? The 16-story-high royal suite is lush and extravagant in every detail. For $25,000 a night, you will even get 24-karat gold chandeliers.
8. Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab
The luxury suite comes with a very own private elevator and a personal chauffeur which will drive you around in either a BMW or a Rolls Royce – it’s your choice. Mahogany, marble, leopard-print décor and even gold, this is what the two-bedroom Royal Suite has got to offer to its guests. For your entertainment, you can always use the private cinema or the library of the suite. Experience an unforgettable night in Dubai with $22,900.
9. Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt Vendome
Paris awaits with its numerous places to visit and various entertainment venues, but once the day is over, all you’ll want to do is get back to your luxury hotel room and relax. The Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt Vendome will offer you the best relaxing time of your life and also 24/7 room service among other amenities. Cost: $19,000 per night.
10. Ambassador’s Bure at Wakaya Club & Spa
If remote islands is what you need to get romantic, than you should choose the Wakaya Club & Spa in Fiji for a special Valentine’s Day. The good thing about this resort, is that a night here is much more affordable than one in the hotels we listed above. For only $4,900 you can get the biggest of the four waterfront cottages on the private island, the Ambassador’s Bure. A hammock, a private pool and a private spa should make your stay here a real treat.