Pics: Would you spend $20,420 a night to stay at this fancy Dubai suite?

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  • Updated: Mar 16, 2016 10:50 IST
Located on the highest floors, and featuring delightful landscaped garden views, the three-bedroom Imperial Suite offers a vast living room with a formal 12-seater dining area, an elegant study, a lounge area, a majestic in-room staircase that connects to the rooftop plunge pool and a generously sized majlis that is ideal for meetings. (AFP)

This $20,420/night suite at the St Regis, Dubai is larger than the hotel ballroom.

Dubai has seen the opening of another luxurious, over-the-top suite for holidaymakers of the one percent variety, this time at the St Regis Dubai.

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For the princely sum of $20,420, guests can live like a king or queen at the newly opened Imperial Suite, the latest addition to the city’s crowded marketplace for luxurious accommodations.

At 913-square-feet, (85 square meters), the Imperial Suite measures larger than the hotel ballroom and spans two floors.

At the suite, two bedrooms, one king bed and one twin bed, have their own double vanity bathrooms, while the master bedroom, which sets a new standard for opulence, is connected to a generously sized bathroom where a sumptuous bathtub takes centre stage. (AFP)

And though, like many of the city’s glittering hotels, the suite is decorated in elegant, stately furnishings, its pièce de résistance is an in-room spiral staircase that leads to the central dome of the hotel, where guests will find a rooftop plunge pool, and majlis (which in Arabic means “a place of sitting”) that offer panoramic views of landscaped gardens.

Along with three bedrooms, the suite also features a living room, 12-seater dining rooms, study and lounge area.

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Located in the Al Habtoor City in Dubai, the 234-room hotel is styled in French beaux-arts architecture and neo-classical interiors and opened last year.

Luxury car aficionados can also stay at the one-bedroom Bentley suite, upholstered in leather finishes, colors, patterns and wood veneers reminiscent of the Mulsanne, the brand’s flagship performance luxury car.

The St. Regis obligation to bespoke attention is epitomized by the vibrancy and sumptuousness of the three-bedroom Imperial Suite. (AFP)

Not flush with $20,000?

The Burj Al Arab offers a two-bedroom Royal Suite at around $13,705 a night, which offers everything from butler service for adults and kids alike, a private beach, and 24-carat, gold-plated iPads.

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