If staying in a penthouse suite in the heart of Europe sounds like your idea of the perfect night, you'd better start saving. The Royal Penthouse Suite, which is located at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva has officially been named the most expensive luxury hotel suite — not just in Europe — but in the whole world.

A night in this top floor suite will knock you back a staggering $80,000 (almost two years salary for the average American). If the price tag leaves you pondering what you'll get for all your hard-earned cash, we're here to tell you more.

For starters, its the largest suite in Europe, measuring an incredible 1680 square meters — but rest assured you're paying for more than just size alone. This penthouse suite leads out onto a panoramic terrace offering you and your guests some of the most stunning views over Lake Geneva. And we're not talking about just one or two guests either — this suite has a total of 12 luxury bedrooms — each with marble bathrooms stocked with all the Hermès bath products your heart desires. Those lucky enough to stay in the suite's two master bedrooms will have access to a vast walk-in dressing room and a marble bathroom, complete with a jacuzzi facing the lake, as well as a separate shower, steam and mirror TV.

Other luxury features in The Royal Penthouse Suite include a fitness room to keep you in shape, and a private chef and chauffeur, as well as the world’s largest TV screen by Bang & Olufsen to keep you entertained into the night. There is also a Steinway grand piano, Brunswick billiard table, and private elevator, so you can escape to your suite away from other hotel guests' prying eyes. You can find out more about the suite on the Hotel President Wilson website