The world’s most over-the-top hotel rooms

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The world’s most over-the-top hotel rooms

Thought you’d seen luxury? Think again. These hotel suites, decked out with everything from basketball courts to water slides, redefine the very meaning of luxury. From underwater suites in Dubai to New York penthouses with pianists, we’ve rounded up the most over-the-top rooms you can check into — if you can afford it.

With its $15,000-a-night price tag, this 4,500-square-foot Las Vegas suite is made for high rollers — quite literally. It’s built around two regulation-sized bowling lanes, complete with bowling balls, shoes and even an automatic scoring system. In case your own private bowling alley isn’t enough to keep you entertained, there’s also a pool table, theater, full-size Jacuzzi and fully stocked private bar.

The two Underwater Suites at Dubai’s Atlantis hotel bring a whole new meaning to “sleeping with the fishes.” The suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows looking out into a three-million-gallon aquarium filled with over 65,000 marine animals, including sharks and stingrays. As if that weren’t outrageous enough, guests can also enjoy 24-hour private butler service and 24-karat gold-infused bath products.

Private plunge pools and 24-hour butlers are nice. But the ultimate luxury offering? Fireworks on demand. Guests can enjoy a complimentary fireworks display, launched with the press of a button, at Rosewood Hotels’ Ty Warner Mansion at Las Ventanas.
Using a specially designed iPad app, guests can either select a pre-designed show or create their own unique display by choosing from a smorgasbord of pyrotechnic options on the world’s first “fireworks menu.” Other highlights: A beachfront infinity pool, two Jacuzzis, a massage pavilion and a “tequila library.”

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Question: What do you think about this idea? Take a few minutes to think and then describe your ideal luxury suite.


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