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Most expensive hotel suites in Dubai

With Dubai Expo 2020 coming to an end (in less than 2 months now), we bring you the list of the top most expensive suites and villas in Dubai to experience the Expo 2020 in style.

These seriously swanky Dubai hotel suites have it all – and then some. It’s time to say hello to Dubai’s most luxurious hotel suites and villas.

1. Presidential suite at Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa, Dubai

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This exceptionally luxurious resort doesn’t do things by halves – all the Bedouin Suites have plunge pools – but if you’re looking to really (like, really) impress (or be impressed), the three-bedroom Presidential Suite is for you. The villa boasts a large temperature-controlled swimming pool, spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers and king-sized baths, a big ol’ lounge area, a private courtyard with a barbecue area, and a kitchen, too.

2. FIVE Palm Jumeirah Dubai four-bedroom Duplex Suite

FIVE Palm was always going to have a five-star, rockstar hotel suite – and this place is what dreams are made of. With a private pool, the four-bed Duplex Suite is big enough for the whole gang to pile in. Equipped with everything you need to turn any staycation into a real party, you’d do well to throw this suggestion into the group chat ahead of the next group rendezvous.

3. Habtoor Palace Dubai Royal King Suite

Butler service. That’s it, that’s the entry. But for real, what kind of luxury Dubai stay is complete without Jeeves tending to your every whim. There’s more than just a regal riff to the Royal King Suite, and we can’t wait to jump on that ornate looking king-size.

4. Marvellous Jacuzzi Suite at W Dubai – The Palm

The W chain is world-famous for its on-trend hotels, cool guests, and exciting design, and its Palm Jumeirah outpost is no different. The 3,701 sq ft Marvellous Jacuzzi Suite – the biggest and trendiest of them all – comes with a massive hot tub on the balcony. It’s lavishly decorated and looks like the kind of place you could host a super-exclusive, guest-list-only, bouncers-at-the-door kind of hotel suite party. (Can we be on the guest list, please?).

5. Presidential Two-Bedroom Suite at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Ready for a taste of lavish living? Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is synonymous with luxury and it doesn’t get more luxe than its Presidential Suite. The two-storey suite features two massive bedrooms each with its own dressing room and bathroom (complete with a hot tub, no less) plus two private bars. Casual. But it doesn’t end there. There’s also a palatial living room to lounge around in, Hermès amenities, and you can also expect butler service and professional wardrobe packing. One can dream, hey?

6. Royal Penthouse at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai

Gobsmackingly stunning views aside, the 9,149 sq ft Royal Penthouse at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira comes with a rooftop terrace, private gym, and dining area that can fit up to 16 guests. Accessed via a private lift, the split-level penthouse also features a bar, study, and an en-suite marble bathroom with a steam room.

7. Royal Bridge Suite at Atlantis The Palm

Royal by name, royal by nature? With a massive living room, three bedrooms, high ceilings, a private library, a games room, a 16-person dining room, guarded entrance, private elevator and dedicated 24-hour team of butlers and chefs, the Royal Bridge Suite certainly fits the bill when it comes to luxurious hotel suites. Decked out in golds and marble, the suite is literally the ‘bridge’ you see at the top of the iconic Palm hotel, so you can expect some pretty breathtaking sea views out across the Arabian Gulf. If it’s good enough for Kimmy K, it’s good for us.

8. Royal Suite at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach

Another suite fit for a royal – say hello to the Royal Suite at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach. You name it, the 6,458 sq ft Royal Suite has it. The dramatic living room (is it a living room or is it a ballroom? You decide…) features marble floors, Venetian chandeliers, and baby grand piano while the marble-clad bathroom (which is probably the size of our apartment – sigh) boasts an over-sized tub, steam room, walk-in shower, double dressing rooms, and two private balconies with sea views.

9. The Bvlgari Villa at Bvlgari Hotel & Resorts

The 540 sq m Bvlgari Villa is the biggest villa at the palatial resort and as expected from the premium jewellery brand, it’s luxe to the max. With a massive oval-shaped pool, a separate 500 sq m garden area, a private home cinema, an indoor hydro-massage and a hammam, it’s probably one of the most extravagant places to stay in the city. Now only if we were millionaires.

10. The H Dubai Royal Penthouse Suite

This ridiculous room stretches across the entire penthouse level of The H Dubai, as the name would suggest, and supplies guests with a 360-degree view of the city’s sprawling suburban scene. If anything can drag you away from this suite it’ll be The H’s renowned Mandara Spa, complete with ten treatment rooms, thermal and hydrotherapy steam chambers, saunas, whirlpool and experiential showers. Dreamy.

11. The Meydan Hotel Duplex Presidential Suite

Any spot overlooking one of Dubai’s greatest sporting arenas gets a big thumbs up from us, but we reckon the Presidential Suite is the best way to take in a day at the races. Panoramic vistas of the famed track, combined with luxury comfort, make this one stable you won’t want to gallop away from after check-in.

12. Ultimate Villa at Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai

No, you’re not looking at a boutique resort in Ibiza – this is just one of the many luxurious villas (albeit the biggest) at the very trendy Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai. The Ultimate Villa can sleep up to seven guests and is fitted out with a massive dining area and an equally massive pool with double sun loungers. You’ll also be treated to a 24-hour in-house host and private chef, personalised Malin & Goetz bathroom amenities, and exclusive access to the beach club.

We may be sitting at our desks right now, but mentally we’re in our very own private pool with a cold glass in hand and living our very best suite list.

Content courtesy: Time Out Dubai