An enormous presidential suite, four times the size of the average British home, has been revealed on Channel 5's Secrets of the Mega Resorts - and it costs nothing to stay there.
The suite in the $4.3 billion (£3.4 billion) Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas is revealed on the documentary programme which airs at 9pm tonight.
Despite having three en-suite bedrooms, seven balconies, a media room and a lounge with a huge pool table inside, the room actually has no price tag - but it's reserved exclusively for high end casino clients who need to be invited to stay there.
And while they stay at the hotel, guests can opt to spend thousands getting a spot by the pool - for one of their exclusive pool parties.
The $4.3billion (£3.4billion) Baha Mar in the Bahamas is revealed on Channel 5's Secrets of The Mega Resorts, which airs tonight at 9pm
Vincent Saunders, the head butler of the exclusive hotel, revealed: 'It's exclusively for our high end casino clients.'
The $4.3 billion (£3.4 billion) Baha Mar in the Bahamas is designed so that as soon as guests arrive, they never have to leave.
Rooms can cost up to £3,000 a night, but the exclusive 'presidential suite' is completely priceless.
Guests who stay at The Reserve, a luxurious hotel within the hotel, are immediately given a butler on call 24 hours a day.
Guests can party at one of the hotel's adult only pools, where they're requested to spend up to $800 for a day bed
Those partying at the hotel's exclusive Privilege Pool (pictured) can look forward to an adult only party where they are sprayed with bottles of champagne
He said: 'Anything you need as long as it's not illegal or immoral, your butlers will take care of it for you.'
The largest room in The Reserve is the presidential suite, whose first guest was Sir Richard Branson.
The documentary reveals that, at just over 4,000 square foot, the three-bedroom hotel suite is more than four times the size of the average British house.
It has seven balconies looking out over the water, a media room and a lounge with an enormous pool table, as well as a private hot tub.
The hotel's exclusive presidential suite is also revealed on the programme, and boasts three en-suite bedrooms
Vincent explained: 'We have three bedrooms spread over two floors, each with their own en suite.
'And here we have a roman tub for any romantic encounters the butlers may have in store for their guests.'
But he added that the room was not ever available to book, as visitors have to be an invited guest of the hotel's casino in order to stay.
It's not on the website, although guests who are interested can call the hotel to inquire for more details.
Guests are unable to request to stay in the presidential suite, and have to be invited by the hotel's casino managers
Perhaps most surprising of all, many of those invited to stay there can stay in the suite for free, as they tend to be ultra rich gamblers willing to wager millions in a single night.
Keith Miller, casino host, revealed he would often send out the hotel's private yacht and jet in order to accommodate guests.
He said: 'Wherever you are, we can come and pick you up, the range is incredible, I just try my best to make sure people are happy.'
Once they've arrived, guests can enjoy an exclusive party at the 'Privilege Pool', which is like a nightclub but during the day.
The huge presidential suite, which is located on the top floor of the hotel, is just over 4,000 square foot
The centre piece of an afternoon at the pool is the champagne gun, when hostesses spray the crowd with six magnums of ice cold bubbly.
Just for the privilege of sitting poolside, revelers must spend hundreds, or thousands, of dollars.
Daybeds range from $500-$800, pergolas are $2,000 and the Grand Cabanas, which feature five lounge chairs, private bathroom, living room, kitchen and TV are $3,500.
Secrets of the Mega Resorts airs tonight on Channel 5 at 9pm