The opulent two bedroom 910 sq.m. Princess Grace Suite is the centrepiece of a four year renovation program at the Hotel de Paris Monte Carlo in Monaco.
The basic tariff for the suite is US$48,000 (approximately NZ$57,000 at time of writing) per night.
The suite also includes a 440 sq.m. terrace featuring a manicured garden, a heated infinity pool and Jacuzzi and affords 180 degree views stretching from the Princes Palace to the Italian Riviera.
The suite is so named for US actress Grace Kelly, who married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956, becoming Princess Grace and who sadly died in 1982 as a consequence of a motor vehicle accident.
The palatial penthouse suite has two luxury bedrooms with dressing rooms, two bathrooms complete with sauna and steam room, multiple lounges, a dining room and an office.
A curved staircase decorated with a crystal chandelier links the two floors of the duplex as well as a discreet elevator.
The lower floor of the suite occupies the hotel's now completely revamped seventh floor. The upper level, covering the entire eighth floor was added during the hotel's recent refurbishment.
Building materials include mother of pearl inlays and Carrara marble from Italy's Tuscany region.
The hotel's refurbishment is part of renovations to an entire block surrounding the new One Monte Carlo office and residential development, which reportedly involved in excess of US$782 million.
The suite price includes most things from heliport pick-ups to the personalized mini bar and wine cellar to in-suite dining courtesy of Michelin starred chef, Alain Ducasse.
For those who would like to book, the Hotel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monaco can be contacted at +377 98 06 88 64 and Rejigit would be very willing to carry bags.