The latest trend in design is the suite.
The term was coined by a Harvard University professor who was inspired by the work of architecture firm Ruhr Institute of Architectural History, who designed hotel suites.
In his book The Ultimate Suite, Ruhl Institute’s John A. F. Ruhler described the suite as a “bundle of amenities and social amenities that make up a suite” that also provides the best possible accommodations for guests.
He said a suite is not just a collection of furniture but a suite of amenities.
It’s not just about the amenities.
The main purpose of a suite, he said, is to provide “an extra space, space for the social interaction.”
The suite also has the added benefit of making it easy for guests to make their own arrangements for meals and entertainment, said Mark Pertwee, chief operating officer of The Suite Group.
He believes the suite is more than just a place to stay and play a game.
“There’s a lot of value in it, but it’s also about the person, it’s about the atmosphere, it has a social function, it helps people get to know each other and it gives them a sense of being part of something larger,” he said.
“You get a sense that you’re part of a larger community.
That’s very different from the room you’re in.”
For the hotel industry, the suite trend is not new, but the suite has gained prominence in recent years.
There are more than 100 suites in the United States, with some in more than 40 countries.
Some hotels also offer an optional amenity suite, including rooms with televisions, computers, video games, a gym, an inflatable pool, spa, and a rooftop pool.
A suite can be a luxury item or a regular part of the hotel’s regular budget.
While the trend has gained steam, the average cost of a luxury suite has been increasing.
The average cost per night in 2015 was $1,078 in the U.S., according to RealtyTrac.
A year later, that figure jumped to $2,084.
In 2016, that number rose to $3,872.
Realty Trac also reports that the average price of a two-bedroom suite in the hotel market dropped by more than 12% to $1.054 per night.
For the first time, the median price of luxury suite in 2015 in the 50 U.s. cities surveyed was $2.16 million.
A more recent report by research firm Zillow found that luxury suites were the third most popular hotel room type in the country.
It is also important to note that hotel suites have a different cost structure than hotel rooms.
They are a rental property, so they have different rates than rooms that are owned by the hotel.
“The luxury suite is a rental.
It can be leased for as little as $400 per night, but if you want it to be a separate room, you have to negotiate a separate monthly fee,” said Ruhlen.
In some cases, luxury suites can be significantly more expensive than hotel room rates.
“Some hotels are leasing suites for as much as $1 million a month,” said Perthe.
A luxury suite typically includes two bedrooms and three or four bathrooms, as well as a private balcony.
It typically costs between $1-2 million a year.
The cost of the suite can vary depending on the room, but some hotels will give you a credit if you sign up for the suite, which usually comes with a deposit.
“For the average couple, it usually cost about $2 million to have a suite.
They’ll get a $250,000 credit,” said Margo Moulton, senior research analyst at RealtyTranz.
“If you’re looking for something for a family, you might pay around $5 million, and if you’re really looking for that special moment or something that’s special for a particular occasion, maybe you’ll pay $30 million or $40 million.”
Some luxury suites also come with complimentary amenities, including access to private workout rooms, a pool, an indoor/outdoor spa, a barbecue pit, and even a sauna.
Some luxury suite owners also offer other amenities, such as a gymnasium or tennis courts.
For a more in-depth look at luxury suites, check out this list.