The living room has its own grand piano and two entertainment centres. Its 10 rooms include a 50 x 25 ft (15 x 7.6 meter) living room, complete with grand piano, two entertainment centers and an 800 square foot (244 square meter) balcony, a dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier and custom-designed 10-seater table, and a kitchen with its own private entrance so the suite's seven dedicated staff - including butlers, cooks and maids - can come and go without disturbing its guests.
The King Bedroom boasts his-and-her marble bathrooms, a four posted bed covered in hand-painted linens, a private lounge and a walk-in dressing area. The Queen bedroom, although smaller, is no less spectacular, with custom-made draperies and carpets, designer furniture and wardrobes that, according to one journalist, are so big "you could drive a car into them."
Given its size and magnificence those who rent the suite could be forgiven for not actually stepping outside it for the duration of their stay.
Should they wish to do so, however, they have all the resort's other facilities available to them as well, including 11 swimming pools, 35 restaurants, an 18-hole golf course and a patchwork of lagoons, waterslides, cascades and Mayan ruins designed to re-create the mythical lost continent of Atlantis.
For those who can't quite stretch to the $25,000 nightly charge, rooms elsewhere in the resort rent for a slightly more manageable $150 (low season).
You might not get the butlers, marble bathrooms and grand piano, but at least you'll get the chance to gaze up at 'the bridge' and dream.