Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The Hotel President Wilson: pure luxury in Geneva

                                                      The Hotel President Wilson: pure luxury in Geneva

Ideally located facing the magnificent panorama of Lake Geneva and the Mont-Blanc, the Hotel President Wilson is the one of the city’s most contemporary addresses. In 2000, the Hotel President Wilson became part of Starwood Hotels and Resorts and a member of the Luxury Collection.

By autumn of 2007, the Hotel President Wilson underwent a 26-million Euro renovation headed by acclaimed Swiss architects Atelier d’Architecture 3 BM3. Completed in 2010, the lobby, public areas, and guest rooms now boast a sleek, modern design inspired by its panoramic location on the banks of Lake Geneva.
Rooms and Suites

With tall windows and exceptional views over the Lake Geneva, the hotel’s pool or Geneva city, the 180 rooms and 48 suites of the renovated Hotel President Wilson unite comfort with the latest technology.

Each of the Hotel President Wilson’s 228 deluxe guest rooms and suites (180 rooms and 48 suites) have been sumptuously renovated to provide luxurious accommodation with all the state-of-the art technology that today’s travelers expect.

Each of the rooms the Prestige room (30m2), the Prestige lake view (30m2), the Business Corner Suite (45m2), the Business corner suite lake view (45m2), the Junior Suite (65m2), the Luxury Suite (100m2), the Crown Suite (130m2), and the Presidential Suite (175m2) following the Superior room (30m2) have additional amenities such as the Nespresso coffee machine, an iPod/iPhone docking station and Ex Voto products and perfume, Bang & Olufsen LCD screens and free Internet access.

With exceptional views of the lake, the hotel’s outdoor pool or Geneva city, the rooms give an overall impression of luxury and refinement. To enhance this overall atmosphere of luxury, the Hotel President Wilson is equipped with all the amenities that define luxurious living, including Spa, beauty centre and hairdresser, Fitness Centre open 24/24 and gastronomic restaurants.

Royal Penthouse Suite: the world’s most expensive suite

For those looking for pure luxury, the Hotel President Wilson is believed to feature the most expensive hotel suite in the world at about $80,000 per night. Indeed, the Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson is famous for being the largest and most luxurious suite in the world.

Situated on the eighth and top floor of this Lake Geneva hotel, the Royal Penthouse Suite offers the discerning guest 12 luxury rooms plus 12 marble bathrooms, as well as a private terrace, spanning around 1,700 m² in total, while it also features an unforgettable panoramic view across the lake with a magnificent mountain backdrop.

Inside the suite you’ll find a billiards room, a Jacuzzi, a Steinway grand piano, and one of the very few 103-inch Bang & Olufsen flatscreen TVs with surround sound installation.

While the Hotel President Wilson features state of the art meeting rooms and fitness centers for all its guests, the Royal Penthouse Suite boasts its own private “royal boardroom”, its own private health center, and its own private elevator to avoid to mingle with the masses.

Just blocks from the United Nations building, the Royal Penthouse Suite reportedly has housed heads of state and celebrities like Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Richard Branson and Bill Gates. Thus, the suite comes with its own security team and extensive security system.

Moreover, the place is equipped with bullet-proof windows, armored doors and a human-sized safe. The entrance is guarded by surveillance cameras and magnetic sensors and the two main bedrooms have panic buttons. To top it all, the Hotel President Wilson will also provide a private staff, including butler, chef, and personal assistant, to ensure you have your every want.

Personalized service, luxury, style and refinement will always be the hallmarks of Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson.

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