There are some truly incredible hotel suites around the world. We take a look at just a selection, from suites that come with your very own grand piano or bar, to personal butlers and chefs ready to cook whatever you desire.
The Datai, Langkawi, Malaysia
Datai is one of Asia's most beautiful spa resorts. Set in ancient rainforest in a secluded corner of the island, the beaches are immaculate due to the relative isolation of the hotel and the rainforest is brimming with wildlife. The suites have a contemporary Malay style with the Pool Villas having their own plunge pools and Jacuzzis.
Maia Resort and Spa, Mahé Island, Seychelles
Maia Resort has a beautiful selection of villas overlooking the bay of Anse Louis. All villas have uninterrupted sea views, private pools, flat screen TVs and en suite bathrooms. There is a wonderfully secluded beach for swimming and snorkelling and the spa has an extensive range of relaxing treatments to indulge in.
Wolgan Valley Resort, Blue Mountains, Australia
Wolgan Valley Resort is set within its own private conservation and wildlife reserve. Sympathetic to its surrounding environment, the suites at the resort all have their own swimming pools. For the ultimate in luxury, stay in the Wolgan Suite. Set within its own landscaped garden with private terraces, the lodge has its own swimming pool, private staff quarters and a fully equipped kitchen for entertaining.
Birkenhead House, South Africa
A beautiful haven overlooking Walker's Bay, Birkenhead House has incredible views. The suites boast antique furniture, king sized beds and freestanding Victorian baths. There are several activities available including shark cave diving, sea kayaking and scuba diving and world-class cuisine can be enjoyed looking over the ocean.
Huvafen Fushi, the Maldives
Whether you choose a bungalow on the beach or in the water, each one is luxury epitomised, with private plunge pools, high-tech gadgetry and cutting edge design. Relax in the glittering infinity pool, try each of the three gourmet restaurants or wind down in the world's first underwater spa treatment rooms.
Huka Lodge, Lake Taupo, New Zealand
Each of the spacious suites at Huka Lodge are situated just a few paces from the river, upstream of Taupo's famous Huka Falls. Ranked as one of the best retreats in the world, the suites have a timeless elegance with the luxuries of the present age. The Owner's Cottage is completely private with open fireplaces and decking which leads to your very own infinity pool.
Mombo Camp, Chief's Camp, Botswana
Located in the Moremi Game Reserve Camp, Mombo Camp is possibly one of Botswana's most luxurious camps. The stylish suites have leather chairs, glass decanters and mahogany dining room tables and the camp overlooks zebra and red lechwe grazing in the fertile plains below.
Amanjiwo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Surrounded by volcanoes, paddy fields and Kampongs, Amanjiwo is probably one of the best hotels in the world. Suites feature high ceilings, sunken outdoor bathtubs and spectacular views over the surrounding mountains. The 15-metre pool is finished in a green Javanese stone set into the rice fields, and a personal butler is available to organise any tours or dining requirements.
Soneva Kiri, Thailand
Soneva Kiri is a stunning resort made up of 42 pool villas, a pioneering Eco-suite, and villas on the beachfront or set into the hills above the sea. The generously sized and immaculately equipped villas have their own private decking leading to tranquil water features and an infinity pool. Gourmet meals can be enjoyed in the treetop restaurant, on the moonlit beach or in the privacy of your villa.
Le Taha'a Private Island and Spa, French Polynesia
Located on the coral reef of Motu Tautau, this newly built spa resort has beach suites with tropical gardens and 48 bungalows over the water with separate lounge areas and sun terraces. There are three restaurants available and plenty of activities and excursions on offer, as well as a lovely spa.
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