Let’s imagine for a moment: Somehow, you come into an extra $65,000… What would you do with it?
- Put down a down payment on a home, worth $1,300,000?
- Buy a luxury car?
- Take a trip around the world… (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX1tresh-D8)?
- Get married!?
- Donate to charity?
- Book a night in the Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, in Geneva, Switzerland?
That’s right – it reads “book a night at a hotel”.
When looking into the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, a few things came into sharp focus:
1. Location: Where do you think these hotel rooms are located in? If you guessed New York, Paris, Cannes, Vegas, Sardinia, Moscow, Dubai, then you’re on the right track. Keep in mind now, the thing about the hotel industry is that it is one of the most sensitive of all markets to the old business equation of supply and demand. What this means, is that hoteliers don’t open hotels where there aren’t people. They also don’t price their rooms at prices that no one can afford. Which led me to the next point…
While we don’t offer bullet-proof doors and windows or private 24-hour butlers, we do offer a consistently outstanding sleep experience, exceptional customer service, and the convenience of on-site restaurants like Chop Steakhouse & Bar, Denny’s, Moxie’s, and Rockford Wok|Bar|Grill. We have staff that have worked with us for decades; sales teams that travel around the world attracting some of the most dynamic and engaging travellers – from all socio-economic backgrounds! ; properties in nearly every major city centre in Canada, not to mention along all major highways throughout western Canada, making us one of the most reliable and well-rounded brands in the country.