5 Stylish Suites You Would Love To Sleep In

We scoured the globe and found these five hotels/resorts that will make you feel like you are the most stylish gentleman when you wake up!

Those seeking a bold, luxurious getaway are sure to be swept away by W Fort Lauderdale’s beachfront suites. Designed by award-winning interior designer Meyer Davis Studio, the hotel’s eye-catching décor and design reflects the shimmering energy of Fort Lauderdale Beach and embraces the breeze and beauty of its surrounding area with homages to the sand and sea throughout. As guests enter their rooms, they are immediately immersed in blue and white backdrops at every inch of the room. While the nautical theme is transparent among the entire hotel, the guest suites continue to capture the essence boasting blue ombre curtains and mesmerizing carpets inspired by the ocean’s seafloor. To accompany the decor, each room has views of either the Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal Waterway, outfitted with floor to ceiling windows and balconies to take in the scenery and let the Florida light shine through.

Baoase Luxury Resort is an ultra-exclusive vacation destination and the island’s only five-star hotel. Guests often describe Baoase’s warm welcome as stepping into another world – a lush tropical oasis designed to foster complete relaxation. Secluded from everything and everyone, Baoase caters to high-end travelers and celebrity clientele, including stars Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union. The hotel’s strict “no photographs” policy, for example, is designed to protect the privacy of its guests and to encourage travelers to unplug from the daily strains of high-stress careers. Gorgeous Asian-inspired villas pay homage to a signature Balinese style with impeccable attention to detail. The resort’s Superior Beachfront Pool Suites, for instance, feature a private garden, pool, patio and beach, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, an oversized canopy king bed, Dolby surround sound system and private outdoor bathtub and rain shower. The outdoor bathtub and sinks all have been imported from Indonesia, with the tub carved from a large rock found on the island of Java.