1 Beverly Wilshire Presidential Suites
The Beverly Wilshire houses only the hautest of Presidential Suites. Located on the eighth floor of the original Wilshire Wing, the newly renovated $20,000 per night grand suite features his and hers walk-in closets motorized drapery and state-of-the-art media equipment, full marble bathrooms and sweeping skyline views of Rodeo Drive and the Hollywood Hills.
2 Beverly Hills Hotel Presidential Bungalows
The new Presidential Bungalows that were unveiled in 2011 are well worth their $18,500 per night price tag. The rooms have nearly 5,000 square-feet of residential living space, private courtyard entrances, three bedrooms, three and a half baths and the only outdoor rain showers in Los Angeles. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open to outdoor living spaces, complete with private pools, outdoor fireplaces, exercise areas, lounges and dining areas.
3 Hotel Bel-Air Presidential Suite
Alexandra Champalimaud designed this $15,750 per night six-bedroom suite at the Hotel Bel-Air, of which offers 6,775 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space. Included during a stay at the compound is private dining for 10, a chef’s kitchen, a study, great room with grand piano, and a private pool located within a private Spanish courtyard. In case you need to sate your television needs, there are four Bang & Olufsen flat screen TV’s including a TV mirror on premises.
4 The Peninsula Villa
The Peninsula's Villa feels more like a home than it does a hotel room. It's massive at 2,336 square feet, which includes a fireplace, modern living room, formal dining room and private terrace with its own jacuzzi. The villa is two stories for the utmost in privacy, and, as is standard with the Peninsula, you'll have your own personalized bed linens for the price of $9700 a night.
5 Montage Laguna Beach Catalina Suite
The Montage Laguna Beach's answer to presidential glory is their Catalina Suite. At $6500 per night, guests are offered two bedrooms, a 700 square-foot balcony, which offers stunning views of the nearby Catalina Island. There's also an in-room surround sound system, locally inspired one-of-a-kind artwork pieces, a fireplace, his and her bath with soak tub, walk-in showers soak tub and walk in showers.