In honor of Presidents day, we've highlighted three of America's top Presidential Suites -- all extraordinary accommodations certainly worthy of your honeymoon getaway. While the nighty rates may be a bit steep, these grand rooms definitely don't hold back when it comes to amenities. Just think secret entrances, grand pianos, and suspended walkways over reflecting pools.
The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
This historic suite takes up two floors and is accessed via private foyer. Among its impressive list of features: A library, den with half bath, private patio, massive living room with grand piano, reception foyer, and a remarkable dining room that can entertain up to 200 guests. The suite was also the site of the North American Summit Conference in 1956, hosted by President Dwight Eisenhower.
Kahala Hotel & Resort, Oahu, Hawaii
Host to U.S. presidents, world-renowned singers and actors, plus royalty and foreign dignitaries, Kahala's Presidential Suite boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, unmatched panoramic views of turquoise ocean waters, plus tropical decor and a fitting maritime touch in its colors and accessories.
Meanwhile, guests will be amazed at the suite's four-poster bed, huge walk-in rainforest shower, and deep-soak tub. Presidential suite occupants also get roundtrip airport transportation in a sedan car, reserved beach cabanas, nightly cocktails and turndown service, plus preferential restaurant seating.
Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada
Accessible only by a suspended, covered walkway over a reflecting pool, the Bellagio's 4,075-square-foot Presidential Suite features its own solarium, indoor garden & fountain, fireplace, 50-inch plasma TV, and L-shaped bar. Additionally, the "estate" offers a pair of master bedrooms and private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs and steam showers.