Nestled in the Swiss Alps and overlooking a picturesque lake, Switzerland’s luxurious Bürgenstock Resort reportedly played host last September to Asia’s richest family: the Ambanis.
Mukesh Ambani, the Indian businessman who’s worth $79.3 billion, booked out the resort’s Royal and Presidential suites with his wife, their three children, and their children’s partners last September, according to a Bloomberg report.
Jonas Reif, Bürgenstock Resort’s spokesperson, told Insider that the Presidential suite starts at $28,000 a night and the Royal suite starts at $46,000 a night, meaning the Ambanis were shelling out at least $74,000 per night during their reported stay.
Ambani’s company, Reliance Industries, did not respond to multiple requests for comment from Insider. Reif, the resort’s spokesperson, said the resort did not share information about its guests but that it “has always been a favorite meeting place for business leaders.”
The first hotel built on the site in 1873 attracted celebrities like Sophia Loren and Audrey Hepburn. After a nine-year renovation that was completed in 2017, the wellness-centric resort is more luxurious than ever and appears to still draw high-profile guests.
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