Washington DC may be home to the President of the United States, but that does not mean we can’t access all the Presidential luxuries. We want to point you not towards the White House, instead take you around Washington DC’s famed hotels and their luxe Presidential Suites. First up on the list is The Four Seasons Hotel, which is located in Georgetown. This five-star hotel’s top suites are named The Royal Suites. The Hotel has six such suites built with bullet-resistant glass accessible only through a private entrance. In addition to four living areas, fully equipped kitchen and fully stocked pantry, master bedroom with his and her closets, private office, and fitness room, we have to say it is fit for royalty. The cost for such luxuries is just $15,000 per night.
The next hotel on our list is The W Hotel’s “Extreme Wow”. It is the W Hotel’s version of the Presidential Suite. It offers fantastic views of the White House lawn, Pennsylvania Avenue and Lincoln Memorial. The Extreme WOW suite offers vibrantly colored decor, wet bar, signature W Cocktail caddy, living room , virtual fire place and grand collection of art pieces and all this goodness for only $10,000 a night.
The Mandarin Oriental in DC’s Southwest Waterfront offers Presidential Suite with panoramic views of the Jefferson Monument and Jefferson Memorial. This suite is designed with double high ceilings, full dining table, a huge crystal chandelier, private study and massive bathroom with oversized shower. The nightly rate of this luxurious room is $15,000 a night.
St. Regis is situated two blocks away, and their Presidential Suite covers 2,510 sq. ft. of luxe space. This suite has two entrances, a separate master suite, a dining room, a private butler’s pantry, two fireplaces, and a private library/office. The asking price will set you back $12,000 per night.
The Willard Intercontinental also sports a Thomas Jefferson suite around 3,000 sq. ft. of expansive space. The guests of this suite are treated to their own oval office, dining room with views of Pennsylvania Avenue, one-of-a-kind highboys and service buffet, a tiled entry foyer with black and white marble. The design style is 18 century with red and gold coloring, all for $7,000 a night.
The Jefferson, named after President Thomas Jefferson has a suite named after the former First Lady Martha Jefferson. The Martha Jefferson suite though smaller has feminine vibe in terms of its decor. The other important suite in this hotel is The Thomas Jefferson Suite. It is elegant and stylish decorated in rich blue. The room features custom designed bedding, walk-in showers private office, sitting area, service entrance, kitchen and optional fitness room. The Thomas Jefferson Suite is priced at $6,000.
The Ritz-Carlton suite at Ritz-Carlton Washington, DC offers a spacious living room with a fireplace, dining room with seating for ten attached with a massive bathroom with Jacuzzi. For $6,500 a night, one can access the hotel’s Club lounge and also the large private terrace from the bedroom as well as living room.
The Royal Potomac Suite at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown has a separate living and dining room which can comfortable sit 14. It also spreads out to accommodate one and a half limestone and slate baths with stand-alone showers and soaking tubs, a private study and separate master bedroom sitting room, pantry and fireplace. One can get the city’s best water views for $6,500 per night.
The Hay-Adams, which overlooks The White House, is the same hotel where the Obama family stayed before their 2009 inauguration. The Penthouse suite in this particular hotel highlights a separate living room, living room witf Lafayette Park and St. JohChurch’s views andso includes a dining table and a gas-lit fireplace. A night for the Penthouse suite can easily run from $3,500 to $7,000 per night.
[Via – Gadling]