How much luxury can you indulge into? If the sky is the limit, head over to Ritz-Carlton, Orlando, Grande Lakes, the new address to the most extensive luxury suite within the Ritz-Carlton hotels all over the United States. Spanning over 4,293 sq ft (400 sq m), the Royal Suite offers four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, a media room, a dining room for 10 people with an outfitted pantry, as well as all the state-of-the-art technological amenities. Perched on the 12th floor, the suite provides eight balconies that offer views over the lakes, the Greg Norman-designed golf course, and around the resort.
The room has been done up in colors like “aqua and yellow hues with hints of magenta for accenting and neutral tones” for a warm feeling. The room also offers a spacious walk-in closet in the master bedroom, seven HD televisions, a 60-inch high definition Plasma TV in the soundproof media room with Dolby Digital Surround Sound, a Wi-fi Control Touch Panel to control the lighting and temperature of the room, an iPod interface technology. The dining room appliances include a “Sub-Zero Integrated Refrigerator, Miele Integrated Nespresso Espresso Machine, Wolf Integrated Drawer Microwave Oven, and Miele Integrated Dishwasher.” For those who want to eat out instead, you can pick from 11 dining options like NORMAN’s by Chef Norman Van Aken and Primo by Chef Melissa Kelly.
You can also relax at the Spa, spread over a massive 40,000 sq ft (3,716 sq m) area that sports 40 treatment rooms, a full-service salon, fitness center, private pool, and spa café. And there is the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club with an 18-hole signature Greg Norman course and a Clubhouse with a restaurant, locker facilities, and golf shop. At $10,000 per night, exclusive of taxes, this isn’t a bad deal at all!