Swiss luxury hotel chain Kempinski Hotels said it has launched its most expensive suite in Myanmar, a room that is going to cost customers $5,000 a night.
The Grand Royal Suite is a private building in the compound of Kempinski Hotel in the country’s Naypyitaw with an area of over 15,000 square feet. It offers king size beds in the two master-bedrooms, two bathrooms with jacuzzi-bathtub and italian shower. Apart from the two master-bedrooms, it also includes a nanny room and a bodyguard room. In addition, the suite has a separate living room, office, a meeting room, a media room and a dining room with its own kitchen.
Kempinski said the suite is “the grandest and the most expensive” room among its facilities.
The hotel chain is currently offering a promotion for the suite with a rate of $3,255 per night, valid until the end of May. From June, the price will be $5,000 per night.
Kempinski said the rate includes butler service, welcome champagne bottle, diplomatic bar evening cocktail, 100-items European buffet breakfast or in-room breakfast service, BMW limousine airport return transfer and BMW limousine service within 40 kilometres of the capital Naypyitaw.
The suite also comes with a private outdoor swimming pool with sun lounge, fitness center and SPA treatments.
“Whether people are staying here on business or spending their holidays with their family, they will definitely enjoy the most treasured and luxurious moments of their life while staying at our Grand Royal Suite.
“It is a separate hotel, specially designed for those who want to enjoy their private life and comfortable vacation while enjoying the world-class services provided by our well-trained and friendly staff,” said Franck Droin, general manager of Kempinski Hotel Naypyitaw.
Many world leaders and diplomats have already stayed there, the hotel said, including US President Barack Obama during his visit to Myanmar to attend the ASEAN Summit in last year, Christian Ludwig Weber-Lortsch, German ambassador to Myanmar, Christoph Burgener, Swiss ambassador to Myanmar, Alcides Prates, ambassador of Brazil to Myanmar, and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.