St. Regis Abu Dhabi to Unveil World's Highest Suspended Suite
The St. Regis Abu Dhabi is set to unveil the world's highest suspended suite this month.
While the one-of-a-kind Abu Dhabi Suite is priced at more than $40,000 per night, travelers won't have to break the bank to get inside the five-star hotel's premier suite thanks to a new special offering.
Announced Monday, Brunch in the Clouds is available to adults age 21 and up starting at just over $100 per person.
Taking place on the last Friday of each month beginning April 29, 50 lucky guests will eat as they experience the Abu Dhabi Suite, which spans between the city's iconic Nation Towers on the 48th and 49th floors just below the skybridge.
The monthly journey will begin in the hotel's Reception Hall where guests will be met by a butler who will then escort them to the suite's private elevator. Once inside the suite, guests will be free to explore the more than 1,100 square meters (12,000-plus square feet).
The two-story suite sits more than 600 feet off of the ground and boasts 360-degree views.
It also features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a pair of powder rooms, a lounge bar and a maid's room.
As guests make their way through the suite they'll have access to various food and beverage offerings in each room, including a dessert room, a caviar ice bar and a private bar featuring professional mixologists.
The suite even boasts its own private spa, which Brunch in the Clouds guests will have access to in between snacks.
"Since opening, there has been a lot of curiosity about the suite," said the hotel's General Manager Moustafa Sakr in a statement. "Brunch in the Clouds allows us to engage more with our local community and to let them see the suite for themselves. We also want to highlight the hotel's genuine unassuming service and the culinary skill of our chefs."
"We see this as a powerful opportunity for people to really understand our passion for luxury and for hospitality."
Brunch in the Clouds will continue each month through the end of the summer with the exception of June during the observance of Ramadan.
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