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The Most Lavish Presidential Suites in Some of Asia's Top Hotels
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Adventure is not the only definition of travel. For those who can afford it, travel is the pinnacle of indulgence—precious time to live somewhere magnificently different. The day is for exotic locales, while the night is for private skyline views and room service.

Over the years, Asia has become the luxury travelers’ choice for both outdoor thrill and indoor pampering. Here are eight hotel suites that make vacations in the region extra special.

CHINA

The Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental in Shanghai



What to expect: Enjoy a view of Shanghai from the private roof gardens just outside this two-bedroom suite.

Size: 788 square meters

Features: a 50-square-meter bathroom, a tall wine bar, and a meeting room

Cost: Around $25,000 (or P1,237,875) per night

HONG KONG

The Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons in Central Hong Kong



What to expect: The suite comes with butler and limousine services.

Size: 319 square meters

Features: a guest powder room, a massage room, and a telescope for views of the city

Cost: Around $8,000 (P396,120) per night

 

Tung O Suite at the Hullet House in Kowloon



What to expect: The suite has the charm of an opulent and cinematic speakeasy.

Features: Three balconies and a luxurious black-and-gold bathroom

Cost: Around $2,000 (or P99,030) per night

 

JAPAN

The Ritz-Carlton Suite at Ritz-Carlon in Tokyo



What to expect: Be greeted by a view of the Imperial Palace, the emperor’s official residence.

Features: A comfortable Sealy bed, a walk-in closet, and two elegant bathrooms

Size: 307 square meters

Cost: Around ¥2,000,000 yen (or P857,385) per night

 

The Peninsula Suite at The Peninsula in Tokyo



What to expect: For a touch of Japanese hospitality, the hotel can hold a private tea ceremony in the suite.

Size: 347 square meters

Features: a dining room that can seat 12 people, a grand piano, and a private dressing room.

Cost: Around ¥1,800,000 (or P769,743) per night

 

SINGAPORE

Rose Marie Suite at Goodwood Park Hotel on Scotts Road



What to expect: Old-world charm is the hotel’s antidote to urban stress.

Size: 260 square meters

Features: a marble bathroom, a private study area, and a spacious dining room

Cost: Around 5,000 SGD (or P172,602) per night

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Shangri-La Suite at the Valley Wing of Shangri-La Hotel Singapore



What to expect: No need to ride the common elevator—the suite has its own private lift.

Size: 348 square meters

Features: A workout room and a kitchenette with its own precious China

Cost: Around 6,000 SGD (or P207,122) per night

*PHP1 = USD0.020/ JPY2.34/ SGD 0.029

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