Ritz-Carlton’s $18,000-a-night presidential suite in Moscow has hosted high-profile guests including Barack and Michelle Obama.
But perhaps most infamously, the suite garnered international attention after it was mentioned in the Steele Dossier, an intelligence report that included unverified claims of an alleged night’s stay in the suite by Donald Trump in 2013.
The 2,443-square-foot suite has multiple rooms, a grand piano, a private sauna, a jetted soaking tub, a panic button, and an unbeatable view of the Kremlin.
On a trip to Russia last year, I spent a night in the suite.
While it was probably the most luxurious experience of my life, I wasn’t impressed by the food.
Editorial Note: Business Insider paid full price for a standard room at the Ritz-Carlton, and the reporter received an upgrade to the presidential suite at the time of check-in.
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