The Geneva Suite at the Grand Hotel Kempinski in Geneva is not only the largest continuous hotel suite in Europe, it also proves there is safety in numbers. The 11,625-square-foot residence takes up the hotel’s top two floors and features bulletproof bay windows, a dedicated security room armed with closed-circuit television, and a security guard to ensure high-profile guests have peace of mind during their stay. The palatial playground also includes a hammam, a billiards room, a fully equipped kitchen, a private chef, and even a governess to oversee children. When business beckons, an office with video-conferencing capabilities is available.
Swathed in Brazilian wood and limited-edition Baccarat crystal, the suite comes complete with a living room on each level, a dining room, three bedrooms, and an upper terrace facing gorgeous Lake Geneva and its harbor’s 450-foot Jet d’Eau fountain. While it is tempting to stay indoors in the lavish enclave—priced from about $51,500 per night, making it one of the world’s most expensive hotel suites—guests may also venture out to enjoy another of the hotel’s immense amenities: the largest private indoor pool in the city. (kempinski.com)