The most expensive suite in a luxury hotel is called The Presidential suite. This list comprises the most expensive luxury hotel suites in India. Common guest facilities in these suites include Jacuzzi, private pool and 4-15 rooms.
The Presidential suite, Raj Palace, Jaipur(Rajasthan)
Tariff: $15,000 /Night (approx INR 11,00,000)
Even the word ‘Grand’ falls short for this oldest palace of Jaipur. The Palace is one of the world’s oldest heritage hotel.
The presidential suite of Raj Palace has four apartments, a private elevator, museums, personal pool, gym and silver beads in the Presidential Suite. The walls of this suite had gold carvings on the walls.
The average cost of one night in the Presidential Suite is $15,000.
Tata Suite, the Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
Tariff: $13,000-$16000 /Night
The name Tata Suite was named on Jamsedji Tata (the Founder).
The Presidential Tata Suite is spread over 5,000 square feet. It has 15 rooms and 13 staff members dedicated to the guest service.
Suite architecture has a nice combination of art and architecture. You can find white marble floors, handmade carpets and timber artwork in this suite.
The price gets on request however according to sources the average one- night tariff cost here is between $13000-$16000.
Shambhu Prakash suite, Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur
Tariff: $10,000 /Night
In this post for most luxurious suites who can forget Udaipur! The Udaipur City of Rajasthan is famous for its palaces, Havelis and unique shopping stuff.
The beauty of Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur made of marble surrounded by the lake is worth seeing at night. Its luxurious Shambhu Prakash suite had famous visitors like Bill Gates, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt.
The balcony of the suite offers a view of Aravali mountains further enhancing the attraction. The tourists have to arrive here by boat. A good scenic view of Pichola lake can be witnessed from the balcony of Shambu Prakash Suites.
The average fare of a night here is approx 8 lakh (USD $10,000) rupees.
Maharani and Maharaja Suite, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Tariff: $10,000-$13000 /Night
In 1929, during the severe famine in Marwar, Maharaja Umaid Singh had started its construction. It was designed by Henry Lancaster of Britain in about five years.
Umaid Bhawan was completed in the year 1943. In 1978, it was converted into a hotel. The family of the former King lives in one part of it. There are a total of 347 rooms and halls in it.
Due to made with the famous Chhitar stone of Jodhpur, it is known by local people as it is known as ‘Chhitar Palace’.The Queen of the Umaid Bhawan Palace and the Maharaja Presidential Suite cost of one night is Rs 8 to 10 lakhs.
Nizam Suite, Falakanuma Palace, Hyderabad
Tariff: $9,000-$13,000 /Night
Falaknuma Palace was the home of the Nizam of Hyderabad.
The Presidential Suite Nijam, spread over 1,938 square feet, has a private swimming pool and a marble-made Jacuzzi. The guest of the Taj Group is quite a fame here.
The cost of a night stay at the Presidential Suite Nizam is 7.50 to 10 lakh rupees.