Jul 2, 2007

"I Reserved the Sniper-Proof Suite..."

At last, Russia's nouveau riche have a place to spend their money.

"The Ritz-Carlton hotel near Moscow's Red Square sets a new standard for decadence... The hotel's presidential suite - where the dining room is fitted with bullet-proof glass and windows - costs a little over $US16,000 a night. The hotel's wine list features a 1961 Chateau Petrus at $US68,000 a bottle, and a 1969 vintage Macallan Single Malt Scotch Whiskey priced at $US400 a shot."

At these prices, the in-house prostitutes must be to-die-for.

“Our guests are very discriminating and have high expectations,” said Ritz-Carlton president Simon Cooper. We bet they do.

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