Best Presidential Suites in America

Want to roll like Obama? Check out the best hotel suites in America with the goods to qualify as “Presidential”.

The Kahala Hotel & Resort
5000 Kahala Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii

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To live large like Barack, start with his birthplace. Hawaii. The Kahala Hotel & Resort Presidential Suite has 3 flat screens, private entrances and measures over 200 m2.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai At Historic Kaupulehu
72-100 kaupulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Over on the Big Island, the Four Seasons counters with a Presidential Villa. The list of complimentary services for the bodacious bungalow is as long as the coastline.

Big Island Hawaii Guide

JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa
92-1001 Olani Street Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii

The sleek JW Marriott Ihilani in Oahu is no slouch either. The resort’s Presidential Suite is so big, you practically need a GPS to figure it out. The wrap-around balcony is a nice touch.

Oahu City Guide

Fontainebleau Suites Miami Beach
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

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The Fontainebleau’s La Baie Presidential Suite is one of the most spacious, plush pads in Miami.

Miami City Guide

Waldorf Astoria Orlando Hotel
14200 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane, Orlando

Waldorf Astoria knows Presidential Suites. The brand’s Orlando property boasts a flagship room cum apartment that tops out at 306 m2.

Orlando City Guide

The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa Denver
321 Seventeenth Street, Denver

The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa is old-school, in the best possible way. Every Commander-in-Chief who comes through the Colorado capital stays here, so you can be sure the Presidential Suite is sufficiently POTUS-worthy.

Denver City Guide

Mandarin Oriental Washington DC
1330 Maryland Avenue, South West Washington DC

A Presidential Suite in D.C.? A no-brainer. The Mandarin Oriental’s is massive and offers rare city and Potomac views.

Washington, D.C. City Guide

The Beverly Hills Hotel
9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

Marble, a grand piano, fine art, private balcony, fireplace and full vanity. The Presidential Suite at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel spares no expense. Hey, Lady Gaga could stop by.

Los Angeles City Guide

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Beverly Hills
2025 Avenue Of The Stars, Los Angeles

A huge, private lanai (veranda) with views of the Pacific and Santa Monica Mountains. What more do you want?

The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco
950 Mason Street, San Francisco

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The doyen hotel in San Francisco is home to one of the most famous – and still best – Presidential Suites in the country.

San Francisco City Guide

St. Regis Hotel San Francisco
125 3rd Street, San Francisco

The St. Regis Presidential Suite features a butler’s pantry with Spiegelau stemware, Christofle flatware, and Vera Wang Wedgewood china. Certainly not your average hotel room.

The Ritz Carlton New Orleans Hotel
921 Canal Street, New Orleans

Take it easy, very easy, in the Big Easy with a Presidential Suite as smooth as a Sazerac.

New Orleans City Guide

The Westin Seattle
1900 5th Avenue, Seattle

The Westin’s Presidential Suite is the best hotel room in the Emerald City, bar none. You can hold a reception for 90 people in the suite and the view of Puget Sound is beyond ridiculous.

Seattle City Guide

Fairmont Scottsdale Resort Phoenix
7575 East Princess Drive, Scottsdale

Posh Scottsdale is never more elegant than from the luxe confines of the 292 m2 Fairmont Presidential Suite.

Phoenix City Guide

The Ritz Carlton Hotel Buckhead Atlanta
3434 Peachtree Road, Northeast Atlanta

Hotlanta’s most exclusive ‘hood naturally contains the most exclusive suite in the city.

Atlanta City Guide

Bellagio Resort Las Vegas
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas

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Sin City takes the concept of luxury hotel suites to über heights, with no finer example than the Bellagio. The Presidential Suite here includes 24-hour butler service and VIP tickets to O.

Las Vegas City Guide

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas

The best part of the Four Seasons Presidential Suite in Las Vegas? No obnoxious casino on site. Probably the most sophisticated luxury suite in the city.

Four Seasons Hotel Houston
1300 Lamar Street, Houston

All that Four Seasons elegance translates to Houston too, where the best suite covers the entire top floor.

Houston City Guide

The Ritz Carlton Philadelphia Hotel
Ten Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love is not all cheesesteaks and plebian sports fans, though you could throw one heck of a Super Bowl or Stanley Cup party in the Ritz Presidential Suite.

Philadelphia City Guide

Sofitel Chicago Water Tower
20 East Chestnut Street, Downtown Chicago

The Sofitel Chicago Presidential Suite is so nice, they call it Imperial.

Chicago City Guide

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Four Seasons got Pierre-Yves Rochon (the man behind the Savoy London) to re-design the Chicago Presidential Suite. Good hire.

The Langham Boston
250 Franklin Street

Maybe the best room in Boston, the Langham Presidential Suite has a private foyer, butler’s pantry and space in the parlour for 20.

Boston City Guide

The Waldorf Astoria Hotel New York
301 Park Avenue, New York

A first name in First Family accommodation, the Waldorf Astoria wins the Presidential race every time.

New York City Guide

St. Regis New York Hotel
2 East 55th Street At 5th Avenue, New York

A marble foyer, library, three bedrooms, four bathrooms and one powder room highlight the Presidential Suite at the St. Regis New York.

The Plaza Hotel New York
Fifth Avenue At Central Park South, New York

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The Plaza is the Plaza – there is no other property like it in New York City, or anywhere else for that matter. The former Presidential Suite, now Royal Terrace Suite, features a balcony with more leg room than most Manhattan flats and 360 degree views.

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