Top 5 luxury hotels in Europe

Whether you are planning a honeymoon trip to Europe are a celebrity and only the amazing will do for you and your entourage, you will want not only a five star hotel in a best location, but a suite, preferably one with a best view. Here are my picks for the top luxury hotels suites in Europe, taking into account place, service and hotel standard, and of course the suite itself.

The Penthouse, 4 seasons Hotel George V, Paris

You only live once, and the 4 seasons Hotel George V, Paris, is a really romantic and luxurious choice, with its amazing flowers by floral Jeff Leatham (floral designer and super star), beautifully appointed suites and rooms,  Michelin 2 star dining at Le Cinq, and sublime spa treatments. At the end of the day, take pleasure in the hotel pool (one of the few in central Paris hotel).


The penthouse has a more light, modern and airy style compared to most of the hotel suites and rooms.

The Royal Penthouse, Corinthia Hotel, London

Some of the London’s five star hotels are elegant but with a very big and formal classical style.  The Carinthia Hotel London marries a stylish façade, from a traditional building that was once the base for MI9, with a charming light, stylish and modern interior. Its light and soaring filled lobby with a best Baccarat Chandelier is a beautiful setting for historical UK afternoon Tea, and rooms are tastefully and spacious appointed.


If you truly want to splash out or money no object book the Royal penthouse, the biggest in London at 5000 square feet over 2 floors that are linked by both a private elevator and big staircase.


Royal Suite, Lotte Hotel Moscow

Favored by celebrities and head of state, the Lotte Hotel Moscow Royal Suite is not only the biggest in Moscow, at nearly 5,300 square feet, but also comes with meeting room for 14 people, bullet proof windows, and a big living room complete with a Bechastein piano and an open bar. Your best room may be the master bathroom, with its big round Bulgari toiletries, Jacuzzi bathtub, and even its own secret sauna. Royal Suite guests also love complimentary access to the Club Lounge, with five different menu presentations regularly.


Royal Penthouse, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

President Wilson Hotel in Geneva is not the most aesthetically luxurious building on the outside, and lower category rooms are commonly to write house about. But if you can afford the Royal Penthouse on the 18th floor, you will have generous space for your extended family or little entourage:


The huge suite, which is 18,083 square feet, consists of 12 bathrooms and 12 rooms.

Villa Cupola, Westin Excelsior Rome

As with the Geneva Hotel Wilson president, entry level rooms in the Westin Excelsior are not particularly remarkable, and service can be a miss and bit hit. What is unique is the Villa Cupola, at the very high of the hotel, covering 7,000 square feet over its 2 floors, plus another 1,899 feet of secr3et terraces. While its classical Roman styling would not appeal to those who favor latest aesthetic, the artistic details nevertheless are remarkable.