Obama Slept Here: 6 Truly Presidential Hotel Suites
As campaign season amps up, President Obama is about to become the Road Warrior in Chief. Not surprisingly, the man has checked into a wide range of presidential suites: from the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow to the Tata Suite at Taj Mahal Palace in India. While you may never have a corner office at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, you can live large like the President by laying your head where he has. Here's a list of some of the chief executive's homes away from home—places where you, too, can check in, sans Secret Service detail, and soak up the Obama aura.
Obama doesn't give off much of a Vegas vibe, but that's where the money is, so he definitely has to hit the Strip once in a while. On a trip to Sin City in 2009, he crashed in the 22,000-square-foot penthouse at Caesars, which, according to an article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, features "a butler, six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, two patios (facing north and south), two skylight atria, multiple dens, two grand pianos, two kitchens, bars, Jacuzzis, steam showers, and quite a few bidets."
Room rate: $40,000 per night