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Travel & Outdoors

Suite Dreams: A Look Inside Some Decadent Hotel Rooms

Gage Hotel bed
A suite at the Gage Hotel.

Photography courtesy of the Gage Hotel

Have you ever been tempted to press the “PH” button on a hotel elevator? It’s hard not to wonder what you’d find if you stepped onto the penthouse floor or into a coveted presidential suite, which can have a nightly rate as high as $5,000 (and some change). Wonder no more. Here’s a look at some of the grand suites across the state, complete with dazzling interiors and breathtaking views that you can enjoy from a private terrace or even an outdoor soaking tub. No reservations required.

Tags: Travel, adolphus, hotel penthouse, hotel suites, Joule, luxury hotels, presidential suites, Texas hotels