Kim Kardashian, Michael Jordan and Shah Rukh Khan have all called this 924sq m hotel suite home - but at £23,000 ($40,000) per night, its clientele tends to be only the richest celebrities, oligarchs and visiting sheikhs.
Perched either side of the arch of Dubai's Atlantis Hotel, it is set around a bridge that gives guests views over the emirate's giant man-made Palm island and to the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, in the distance.
Inside, the three-bedroom Royal Bridge Suite has its own billiards room, bar and dining area, with jacuzzis in every bathroom and 22 carat gold shower gel, a private chef and butler. It costs £23,000 (Dh129,000) per night but that does not include 20% - £4,600 - city tax.
"The guests don't have to talk to anyone - the butler will sort everything out, whether it is a private entrance, a helicopter ride, anything," Shareena Ali, director of public relations for Atlantis in Dubai, said.
She would not be drawn on the behaviour of any of Atlantis' celebrity guests but said they would often book the suite with groups of friends.
Ali said: "Celebrities are actually quite well behaved but we have had some parties... We never say no to any of our guests."