The Singapore Suite is a new addition to Singapore Airlines and their Airbus A380 plane. The suite is a private room (which costs upwards of $15,000, I might add) aboard the plane.
The Singapore Suite features a traditional bed -- not one converted from a seat -- an armchair that was made in Italy from Italian crafstmen Poltrona Frau, a 23-inch TV monitor and a full-length wardrobe. For the passenger's dining pleasure, the Singapore Suite offers gourmet dining and a choice between Dom Perignon or Krug champagne.
The Singapore Suite from Singapore Airlines is a $15,000 Investment
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