A Chinese property developer has snapped up the most expensive Rolls Royce ever made, coming in at a whopping $2.2m. The stretch limo comes with cutting-edge technology in the rear seat, while retaining the traditional look that Rolls is most famous for. The stretch extension has made it large enough to have two rows of rear seats facing each other, said Rolls Royce chairman Ian Robertson. The name of the buyer wasn’t disclosed. China has become one of the largest markets for luxury cars as entrepreneurs start spending their money on status symbols.

In other news, Rolls Royce has sold 14 Phantom’s to Hong Kong’s Peninsula hotel, making it the largest single order ever for this model. Each Phantom is the Extended Wheelbase model and will be used to transport lucky hotel guests. When you buy in bulk you can expect some form of special treatment, and Rolls Royce is no different. The company’s “Bespoke” division has customised each Phantom with a cool box for chilled hand towels, customised tread plates and a new, larger luggage compartment. Looks like we know where we’ll be staying next time we’re in Hong Kong.

Update: You can check out some videos of the Peninsula Hotel Phantoms being built courtesy of our friends over at Autoblog.nl.