Mini bar? Check. TV? Check? Private chef? Check. Thirteen bedrooms? Check.
Step inside some of the globe's best presidential suites, which transport guests to a world of unparalleled luxury.
From London to New York via Sydney, these are the top spots for millionaires with wanderlust, with prices ranging from £500 ($658) to £18,000 ($23,000) a night...
On the East Coast of America, an extravagant suite vastly belies the city's modest, abstemious and Puritan roots - with a $15,000-a-night (£11,450) price tag that makes it the city's most expensive accommodation. The John Adams Presidential Suite in the Boston Harbor Hotel boasts 4,800 and 1,000 square feet of interior and exterior space, respectively.
There may be no Oval Office but, in every other way, there is everything a world leader would expect - chauffeur-driven transport from the airport, an on-call butler, a private elevator and an in-house cinema.
Ironic that the city was once known as Beantown for a history steeped in baked beans - these days you'll need a few beans to be able to afford to stay here.