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Where Would You Go During Your Luxury Palace Renovation?

Everyone loves rich people and have the desire to have lots of money in their possession. Money provides you with lots of opportunities to enjoy your life to its fullest potential. They can own luxury products like high end watches, vintage cars, exotic luxury cars, diamonds etc. The extremely rich have their palatial bungalows, mansions and palaces to provide them the ultimate comfort in their day to day lives. From time to time, even these extremely cozy palaces and mansions need to undertake routine renovation work. As the owners of these places have more than one home to provide them a comfortable life, they can easily stay at one of these second palaces or mansions during the renovation. If not, they can check out any one of the extremely comfortable hotel suites that are discussed below. luxury lifestyle
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
At $65,000 per night, the Royal Penthouse Suite is the best alternative to your own palace. For the true royal in you, 65K is only the cost of one of your collection of high end watches!
The scenic background of the suite consisting of two beautiful lakes, Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, is a calming feature of the suite. It takes up the entire top floor of the hotel and has its own private elevator.
The bullet proof doors and windows provide safety for your riches like high end watches. The other features of the 12 room suite include a billiard room, private gym and library.
The Presidential Suite, the Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India
If you insist on living only in another palace during the renovation of your own palace, then check out the Presidential Suite at the Raj Palace Hotel. It was originally the residence of a real Indian Monarch. The suite costs $45,000 per night and has a private museum for the true art connoisseur in you. You may find some luxury items in the private museum that are on par with your own collection of high end watches.
The four-story suite is notable for the elements of ivory, gold, stucco and mirror work incorporated in to it. The view of the city seen from the swimming pool is simply irresistible.
Royal Etihad Suite, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi
The Middle East is the playground of monarchs who control the oil rich economies of the region. The members of the royal family are known to love luxury items like high end watches, luxury yachts, private jets, private islands, antique cars etc.
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi is a great location for these monarchs to spend their time in the ultimate comfort. The Jumeirah charges you $18,000 per night for the comfort of the four-bedroom suite. The suite boasts of two dining rooms and six bathrooms.
Provocateur Suite, Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas
The Hard Rock Hotel in sin city is the playground of millionaires and billionaires. As they throng the casinos to gamble their money away and to enjoy all the pleasures that life has in store for them, they deserve a luxurious place. The provocateur suite at the hotel is everything that they can wish for. Once they spend $7,500 for a night during weekends (only $3,500 during weekdays), they can enjoy the luxurious ambiance of the suite.
The twin bedroom suite has mirrored ceilings and have black walls covered with vinyl. An interesting feature of the living room is the carpet made using old leather belts. The hot tub located on the terrace help you to pamper yourself while watching the planes landing and taking off only an arm’s length away from you.

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