Where G-20 leaders are staying

President Barack Obama has the most expensive and possibly best suite in Brisbane, Australia, for the G-20 meetings according to the Daily Mail.

The president will stay in the presidential suite of Brisbane's Marriott Hotel for 1,370 pounds ($2,173) per night. This gets him around 1,400 square feet of space to move around in and panoramic views of the Brisbane River.

Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders pose for a family photo at the International Convention Center at Yanqi Lake in Beijing, 2014.
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Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders pose for a family photo at the International Convention Center at Yanqi Lake in Beijing, 2014.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping has the second most expensive room clocking in at 925 pounds ($1,467) a night. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will stay in a suite costing 690 pounds ($1,094)/night. Russian leader Vladimir Putin's suite at the Hilton costs 335 pounds ($531)/night.

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The cheapest hotel room for a world leader during the G-20 meetings? That honor goes to Australia's own Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who will stay at a deluxe king suite at Rydges Hotel for only 170 pounds ($270).

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CORRECTION: A previous version misspelled Tony Abbott's last name.