The 7 most expensive hotel suites in Europe

Sleep like a Hollywood star with our pick of the most expensive luxury suites in Europe.
Where do the rich and famous lay their weary heads on holiday or business? We found the most expensive suites in Europe that are more than capable of doing the job. 

7. Suite 100, The Dolder Grand Zurich

Suite 100 is a luxury suite with a hefty dash of rock-n-roll attitude. Inspired by the Rolling Stones, this swaggering accommodation is as unconventional as it is extravagant, with a striking black and pink colour scheme reminiscent of the Swinging Sixties and stylishly retro furniture. However, you won’t forget you’re in Zurich, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer sweeping views of the lake and the Alps from the Dolder’s eagle-eye view from the hills above Zurich. This spacious suite has excellent facilities, include a meeting room if you’re in town on business, and certainly, spending the night here is likely to make business trips a whole lot more fun.

Suits you if: you think luxury doesn’t need to be classic

Price: 15 000 CHF per night

But that‘s just the beginning of where your salary could go...

6. Royal Suite, Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

The Hotel Adlon is Berlin’s iconic hotel near the Brandenburg Gate. Countless European royals and celebrities from around the world have called it home for the night, and the luxurious trappings conceal bomb-proof masonry and bulletproof windows to help you sleep easy. The two-bedroomed suited has a private sauna, fitness room and jacuzzi, as well as the attentive services of a butler who is available to guests any time day or night.

Suits you if: you want to live like a Cold War James Bond

Price: €15 000 per night.

It‘s worth it for the bulletproofing but read on to see what even more money can buy...

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