Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953, did have a luxurious lifestyle during his time in power. However, it is important to note that his lifestyle was much less extravagant than that of some other world leaders.
Stalin lived in a modest apartment in the Kremlin and did not have a personal palace or large estates like other world leaders. He also did not have a fleet of luxurious cars or yachts. However, he did have access to a number of dachas (country houses) that were reserved for top Soviet officials, which were outfitted with all of the modern amenities of the time.
Stalin was known for enjoying fine food and drink, and he had access to the best that the Soviet Union had to offer. He was particularly fond of Georgian cuisine, and he often had his favorite dishes prepared for him by his personal chefs.