The Jefferson, Washington DC Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Name: The Butterfly Suite Price: $700/night Square feet: 630-760 The Jefferson hotel's extraordinary attention to detail, from the flat-screen TVs embedded in the bathroom mirrors, to the intimate library with vintage hardcovers, to the working dumbwaiter (a Thomas Jefferson invention) in the private dining room, helped earn it the spot as one of our top luxury picks in D.C. The hotel's Bufferfly Suite showcases that thoughtfulness with an abundance of special touches, like bath salts and candles next to the tub and a Monticello design on the bed frame. See more photos of the Bufferfly Suite.

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 Name: The Butterfly Suite Price: $700/night Square feet: 630-760 The Jefferson hotel's extraordinary attention to detail, from the flat-screen TVs embedded in the bathroom mirrors, to the intimate library with vintage hardcovers, to the working dumbwaiter (a Thomas Jefferson invention) in the private dining room, helped earn it the spot as one of our top luxury picks in D.C. The hotel's Bufferfly Suite showcases that thoughtfulness with an abundance of special touches, like bath salts and candles next to the tub and a Monticello design on the bed frame. See more photos of the Bufferfly Suite.
Name: The Butterfly Suite Price: $700/night Square feet: 630-760 The Jefferson hotel's extraordinary attention to detail, from the flat-screen TVs embedded in the bathroom mirrors, to the intimate library with vintage hardcovers, to the working dumbwaiter (a Thomas Jefferson invention) in the private dining room, helped earn it the spot as one of our top luxury picks in D.C. The hotel's Bufferfly Suite showcases that thoughtfulness with an abundance of special touches, like bath salts and candles next to the tub and a Monticello design on the bed frame. See more photos of the Bufferfly Suite. Name: Two-Bedroom Penthouse Suite Price: $1,500/night Square feet: 1,800 Just off the Strip, Trump's nongaming condominium hotel is a mellow alternative to the mega-hotel-casinos, with 1282 spacious suites boasting the latest technology, luxury touches, and tasteful decor. The Two-Bedroom Penthouse Suite features full kitchens with Wolf, Bosch, and Sub-Zero appliances and beds with 500 thread-count Bellino Italian sheets. See more photos of the Two-Bedroom Penthouse Suite. Name: The Presidential Suite Price: $18,000/night Square feet: 1,500 square feet The 368-room Four Seasons in Midtown East has all the luxury essentials: stylish lobby, beck-and-call service, a fine spa and fitness center, and some of the city's largest rooms. Its Presidential Suite features Central Park views, a beautiful all-marble bathroom, satinwood games tables and a working gas fireplace. See more photos of the Presidential Suite. Name: The Federal Suite Price: $8,000/night Square feet: 1,400 The Hay-Adams is quite possibly the most famous hotel in the capital, and deservedly so: It draws powerbrokers from around the world with its impeccable service, great bar and restaurant, and elegant rooms. The Federal Suite is the Hay-Adams' largest (and grandest) accommodation, with spectacular views of the White House and the Washington Monument. See more photos of the Federal Suite. Name: The Royal Suite Price: $22,000/night Square feet: 3,000 One of New York's most visually stunning hotels, the New York Palace has a gilded, grandiose style, huge rooms, a luxe spa, and a fantastic gym. Its Royal Suite is among the most opulent -- and expensive -- suites in the City, with lavish Louis XV decor. See more photos of the Royal Suite. Name: The Triplex Suite Price: $16,500/night Square feet: 5,000 The New York Palace's three-story Triplex Suite features stunning art deco design, soaring 18-foot windows, three bedrooms, and six bathrooms. See more photos of the Triplex Suite. Name: Two-Bedroom Suite Price: $1295 - 1461/night Square feet: 3,339 Designed by Oscar de la Renta, the 15-room Tortuga Bay hotel offers amazing service (including preferential treatment at Punta Cana Airport), an on-site nature reserve, several superb restaurants, and a world-class golf course. The Two-Bedroom Suite features handsome, tropical design, a private, oceanfront terrace, romantic beds with high-count Frette linens, soft pillows, and down comforters, and posh Jacuzzi tubs. See more photos of the Two-Bedroom Suite. Name: Governor General's Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite Price: $9,350-$27,000 Square feet: 1,500 Quiet and classy, the colonial-style, 74-room, adults-only (18+) Royal Plantation snatched a prime patch of beach when it was built in the 1950s along with luxury icons Round Hill and Half Moon. The Governor General's Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite is decked out in classy, colonial decor and comes with an excellent, four-post, canopy bed, a bathroom with an enormous Jacuzzi tub, and a large balcony with views of the sea. See more photos of the Governor General's Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite. Name: The Presidential Suite Price: $19,000/night Square feet: 2,970-3,400 The grand, century-old St. Regis has extraordinary service, a famous bar and a first-rate restaurant. Its lovely Presidential Suite, which has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a wood-paneled library, runs for about $19,000 a night. Notable guests of the St. Regis suites include Marilyn Monroe and Salvador Dali. See more photos of the Presidential Suite. Name: Royal Villa No. 91 Price: $1,750-$2,800/night Drawing everyone from Queen Elizabeth to 50 Cent, Half Moon strives for timeless, understated luxury. Stretching over 400 acres (including 2 miles of beach), the 400-room resort offers attentive service, quality cuisine, and seemingly limitless activities like golfing and horseback riding. The seven-bedroom Royal Villas have elegant colonial-style decor, private swimming pools, and personal butlers, cooks, and maids. See more photos of Royal Villa No. 91. Name: Imperial Suite Price: $1,185-$1,800 The Imperial Suites are the property's most luxurious accommodations, outside of the villas. The spacious bathroom with lovely wood, marble, and a Jacuzzi tub is a highlight, as is the oceanfront balcony. See more photos of the Imperial Suite. Name: The Oriental Suite Price: $9,500/night Square feet: 1,800 The Mandarin Oriental, located across Columbus Circle from Central Park, offers a dizzying array of modern luxuries -- a 75-foot pool, one of the city's best spas, sweeping views from nearly every common area, and superb on-site fine-dining options, to name a few -- even as it upholds traditional values and outstanding service. Its Oriental Suite is one of the hotel's most exclusive accommodations, with a separate living room, a beautiful bathroom of dark woods and marble, sweeping Central Park views, and Egyptian cotton sheets on the bed. See more photos of The Oriental Suite. Name: Peninsula Villa Price: $6,000/night Square feet: 2,336 One of the best hotels -- if not the best hotel -- in the entire L.A. area, the Peninsula bills itself, accurately, as an "exclusive oasis." The 16 villas at the Peninsula Beverly Hills are some of the most sought-after hotel rooms in all of Los Angeles. The main draw, besides the added square footage, is the privacy: Each villa has its own entrance. The lone Peninsula Villa is among the hotel's most exclusive accommodations. See more photos of the Peninsula Villa. Name: The Royal Suite Price: $15,000/night Square feet: 4,000 Located in the historic neighborhood of Georgetown, the Four Seasons hits the high notes with luxuriously appointed rooms, a Michael Mina restaurant, a massive tri-level fitness center, and exceptional service from a devoted staff. Its Royal Suite, with wood paneling, a gas fireplace, and an enormous outdoor terrace, showcases why the Four seasons is the top luxury option in Georgetown and one of the best in the city. See more photos of the Royal Suite. Name: Tides Suite Price: $3,000-$5,000/night Square feet: 2,000 The Tides South Beach is a beautifully designed hotel with pomp-free service at all levels -- from housekeeping to porters to private designated assistants -- and huge, immaculate rooms. The Tides Suite, the hotel's premier room category, features a gorgeous bathroom overlooking the ocean, a dining table that seats eight, a full kitchen, and an enormous, private outdoor patio with more than enough space to host an exclusive soiree. See more photos of the Tides Suite. Name: The Presidential Suite Price: $12,000/night Square feet: 2,510 A premier restaurant, 24-hour butler service, and spacious, high-tech rooms place the St. Regis Washington, D.C. among the city's premier hotels. Its Presidential Suite features two fireplaces, Sub Zero kitchen appliances, a library, a butler's pantry, a 24-hour butler, and a formal dining room that seats 10. See more photos of the Presidential Suite. Name: Luxury Beachfront Suite Price: $2,600/night Square feet: 1,100 Bringing tranquility to otherwise-crowded Paradise Island, the 105-room Ocean Club's personal butlers, beautiful pools (one for adults, one for families), restaurant from Jean-Georges, and access to Atlantis' water park, casino, and other attractions make it one of the Caribbean's best resorts. The Luxury Beachfront Suites have excellent beds with sateen Frette linens; enormous glassed-in showers with rainfall showerheads; a separate living room, and balconies with phenomenal views. See more photos of the Luxury Beachfront Suite. Name: Museum of Fine Arts Suite Price: $529-$700/night Square feet: 800 Dating back to 1912, this iconic 383-room Fairmont hotel in tony Back Bay has the most opulent lobby in the city, a classic oak-paneled bar and restaurant, and top-tier service. Its Museum of Fine Arts Suite, which has comfortable beds with 310-thread-count sheets, a separate living room, and reproductions of famous art, honors Boston's cultural heritage. See more photos of the Museum of Fine Arts Suite. Name: Prima Suite Price: $360-$600/night Square feet: 1,500 Compared to the other theme-driven Vegas properties, the Venetian distinguishes itself with enormous guest rooms, a world-class spa, and more than a dozen premier restaurants. The Prima Suite looks truly, well, Venetian, with elegant Italian-style design, sumptuous beds, Jacuzzi tubs in the 200-square-foot bathrooms, and a well-equipped bar. See more photos of the Prima Suite. Name: Two-Bedroom Residence City View Price: $700/night Square feet: 1200-1400 Luxury vacation rental meets upscale hotel at San Francisco's best, if most expensive, residence-style lodging. The Ghirardelli Square factory setting has plenty of character, while modern one-, two-, and three-bedroom units feel like designer model homes and come with top-of-the-line amenities: Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, wine refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves, coffeemakers, and full sets of cookware, dishes, and even a set of J.A. Henckels knives. Maserati car service, personal grocery shopping, 24-hour butlers, and free breakfasts are among service highlights. Two-Bedroom Residence City View Name: Cottage No. 3 Price: $700/night Square feet: 1,100 A small, romantic resort that once drew Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, the Jamaica Inn is about quiet luxury -- a single thatch-roofed bar, a small pool, and beautiful rooms with oversize terraces and soft, colonial d├ęcor. Cottage No. 3 is quite possibly the most romantic room in Ocho Rios, with a spa-like bathroom, elegant bedroom, private deck and private plunge pool. See more photos of Cottage No. 3. Name: Siena Suite Price: $460 - $700/night Square feet: 1,283 Big, elaborate, and packed with the kind of luxuries you see at the Bellagio and the Wynn, the Palazzo has some of the best and biggest standard rooms on The Strip. The Siena Suite has king-sized pillow-top beds with Egyptian cotton sheets; a separate living room overlooking the city; and gorgeous marble bathrooms that are larger than some New York City apartments. See more photos of the Siena Suite. Name: Ghost Suite Price: $2,500/night Square feet: 1,736 The allegedly haunted two-bedroom Ghost Suite at the Omni Shoreham hotel in Washington D.C. is reserved exclusively for visiting dignitaries or private events. It includes a full kitchen, balcony, master bedroom with a Jacuzzi tub, and a gas fireplace. See more photos of the Ghost Suite. Name: The Bi-Level Bungalow Price: $850-$1900/night Square feet: 796-850 Luxurious rooms, an excellent spa, and a devoted staff make this five-acre, 302-room hotel one of the best in Santa Monica. The historic bi-level bungalows were built between 1920 and 1946, an era when the hotel was a popular hideaway for Hollywood celebrities. Guests of the hotel included Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow, and Jean Simmons. See more photos of the Bi-Level Bungalow. Name: Drum and Bass Suite Price: $645/night Square feet: Suite, 358; deck, 990 The Geejam is made up of only five private, high-tech cottages on the lush (rainy) foothills of Port Antonio. The setting is gorgeous, the service is extraordinary, and one of the Caribbean's most beautiful beaches is only 10 minutes away. The Drum and Bass suite is attached to the property's recording studio (the property was once a musician's refuge); its highlights include a superb bathroom with a Philippe Starck bathtub and an enormous deck overlooking the sea. See more photos of the Drum and Bass Suite. Name: The Presidential Suite Price: $4,500-$10,000 Square feet: 2,500 The Jumeirah Essex House, a large, luxurious Art Deco icon located on the southern edge of Central Park, evokes the opulence of bygone times. The design of its two-bedroom Presidential Suite, which overlooks the park, was inspired by the 1920's and '30s. See more photos of the Presidential Suite. Name: Villa 16 Price: $2,300 - $3,500/night Square feet: 5,700 With sincere, intimate hospitality; private child care; large, beautifully designed rooms by Ralph Lauren; and breathtaking grounds (to which no photo can do justice), Round Hill is easily among the best resorts in Jamaica. The five-bedroom Villa 16 is one of the resort's largest villas, and includes two private pools and a large patio. See more photos of Villa 16. Name: Metropolitan Suite Price: $1200/night Square feet: 980 Built in 2005, the St. Regis offers the best in luxury: rooms with great beds and bathrooms, 24-hour butler service, critically acclaimed Ame restaurant, and Remede Spa and pool. The huge Metropolitan Suite is one of the hotel's finest accommodations. See more photos of the Metropolitan Suite.
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