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.

August 15, 2012

The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

During a diplomatic trip to Russia in the summer of 2009, the President and his family checked into the tony Ritz-Carlton, Moscow. At the time, this five-room suite—with stunning Kremlin views seen through floor-to-ceiling windows—went for $13,000 a night. The coolest detail? Pravda reported that "There is a special room in the bathroom, where the US president will be able to enjoy a tropic shower." (We think they mean tropical shower.) A nice touch during those nippy Russian winters. Other amenities include a grand piano, Russian imperial-style furniture, a library, a sauna, and Acqua di Parma toiletries.

Room rate: $16,800 per night

Photos courtesy of each location.
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