Another level: Rihanna poses in her hotel room in Tokyo where she is currently staying ahead of the premiere of Battleship in Japan
As one of the world's most famous faces Rihanna will be used to the high life by now.
But even she must have been wowed by the view afforded by her plush hotel room in Tokyo.
The singer, 24, tweeted a picture from the room, which appears to have huge windows, where she posed up in front of the view.
I spy with my little eye: The singer looks out of her hotel window
Wearing a dark grey sweater by Rodarte, featuring their Radarte slogan, coupled with a grey cotton skirt and white trainers Rihanna sat on the window sill with a pot of ramen noodles.
She completed her outfit with regulatory bling - a thick gold chain and a matching watch.
On her Twitter page she wrote: 'She thinkin phillipe I'm thinkin Ramen noodles.'
Room with a view: What Rihanna can see from her stunning hotel suite
Chilling: Rihanna posted some pictures of herself - perhaps a little bored in her room
Earlier in the day the singer arrived in Tokyo looking less glam than usual in her all-grey ensemble.
She carried a leather jacket over her left arm and a denim bag on her back.
Rihanna happily stopped to sign autographs and pose for pictures with eager fans at the airport before making her way to her hotel.
Casual arrival: Rihanna lands in Japan wearing a comfortable dark grey sweater and a light grey skirt
Grey days: The singer opted for comfort over glamour for her flight to the Japanese capital
The singer is in the Japanese capital for the premiere of her movie Battleship.
The movie's world premiere will fittingly take place at the US Navy base in Yokosuka, 40km south of Tokyo, early next week.
Rihanna plays a character named Raikes alongside co-stars Brooklyn Decker, Liam Neeson and Taylor Kitsch in the new film.
Welcome to Japan: Rihanna makes her way out of the airport
Meanwhile she has revealed that she was obsessed with aliens when she was a child in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Rihanna told The Sun that she would sit on her porch, watching for UFOs on the orders of her father Ronald Fenty.
She said: 'My dad used to make me sit outside on the steps all night long looking for UFOs flying by, and I had to do that for years.
'I didn't see any but I saw a falling star once and I was like, "Yessss, Dad! Come and see, it just darted."'