In pictures: The world’s first Moët & Chandon suite
Luxury brand unveiled the branded suite at the Gran Meliá Don Pepe, Marbella
The world’s first Moët & Chandon suite opened in Gran Meliá Don Pepe, Marbella, Spain’s emblematic hotel. The luxury French brand is part of the luxury conglomerate, LVMH, which is partially owned by Qatar Holdings (1.03 percent to be exact), and includes other high profile luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior and Bulgari. The suite, located on the top floor of the hotel offers unobstructed views of the Mediterranean and Africa. It’s terrace, carefully designed with detailing in Moët & Chandon’s signature gold colour, has been exclusively designed for the hotel’s VIP guests. A full Moët bar, Bali bed, Jacuzzi, hand-carved furniture and grand piano are all part of the one of a kind experience. The first guest to stay in this suite was actress Eva Longoria, who signed one of the brand’s limited edition books, which now remains in the suite. As part of Gran Meliá’s prestigious Red Level Service, guests can benefit from additional exclusive services including private check in, butler service, letter aromas, Clarins bathroom amenities and a Nespresso coffee machine amongst others. It also offers access to the RedLevel Lounge, a private area with daily breakfast, drink, appetizers, snacks and coffee; and a private corner with library, television, newspapers and music.