In Hong Kong, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong adorned the 3,920-square-foot jewel box-inspired Ritz-Carlton suite on the 117th floor with everything from crystal chandeliers to gold-trim rooms and mother of pearl walls. Guests sleep on 600-thread count linens on a king-sized bed, and private butler serves your every whim. A separate shower and whirlpool, plus his and her toilet rooms, ensure that everyone in the suite has their privacy.
The epitome of luxury at the highest hotel in the world not only offers breathtaking views of Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour, but comes with a presidential price tag of about HK $100,000, plus a 10% service charge (approximately $12,500 USD) a night.
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