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Suite Success: 5 of the world's most extravagant hotel suites

Suite Success: 5 of the world's most extravagant hotel suites

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Four Seasons Cap-Ferrat, France

Villa Rose-Pierre

The pad: Hidden within a hectare of pine trees and fragrant gardens lies one of the Côte d’Azur’s most sought after getaways – Villa Rose-Pierre. The traditionally styled villa, with pink walls and white balustrades, sits in the grounds of the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, which has been a society hangout for more than a century. Perfect for dodging the paparazzi, this private hideaway offers four guest bedrooms (all with sea view balconies) and an additional two bedrooms for staff. If you don’t bring your own there is a fulltime butler, available 24 hours a day, and seven other staff available to help with anything from party planning to preparing your Bloody Mary the following morning. For those looking to keep in shape, the villa also has a fitness room, sauna, tennis court and swimming pool.

Nauti design: The interior was designed by the late Alberto Pinto, who was also responsible for the interiors of multiple superyachts, including 72m charter yacht Axioma and 81m Alfa Nero. With cream fabrics punctuated by bright colours, sparkling marble bathrooms and a sweeping spiral staircase, the design harnesses the opulence of this glamorous corner of France without sacrificing a homely feel.

Night rider: Take the lift to the rooftop as the sun sets and enjoy an exclusive dining experience under the stars. Afterwards, take a dip in the heated infinity pool with unique mosaics and glow-in-the-dark stars.

Best by boat: The coast directly underneath the hotel is too rocky to dock a tender so moor your yacht at the port at St-Jean-Cap-Ferratand a black Porsche Cayenne will be waiting to whisk you along the coastal road to the iconic hotel.

Up to €22,000 per night during peak season

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