The Conrad Dublin hotel, located in the heart of Ireland's bustling capital, is known as a favored stop for well-heeled business travelers and tourists alike, as well as employing a so-called "Limerick Butler" who taps out poems on a typewriter for guests at special events.
Located near the lush gardens of St Stephen's Green and across the street from Dublin's National Concert Hall, the Conrad also boasts a popular presidential suite that has hosted an impressive array of celebrities and dignitaries who require a particularly luxe lair when visiting Dublin.
Just last month, former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman was spotted dining with his wife at the hotel's flagship Coburg Brasserie, though the 2000 Democratic Vice Presidential nominee opted for lesser digs than the hotel's marquee suite.
The Conrad's presidential suite boasts a Baby Grand piano, butler service, multiple big screen TVs, a Sonos audio system, a "Super King Size bed", a dining room that seats eight and a large living space perfect for hosting media interviews or political strategy sessions.
And it's all just a short jaunt to attractions like Trinity College, the Guinness Brewery and the Temple Bar nightlife district, if you get bored of all that unadulterated luxury.
Interested? The Conrad Dublin Presidential Suite is available for about $2,600 per night, and can be booked right here.