Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World

Have you ever wondered what the world’s most expensive hotel rooms are? We decided to do some research and reveal exactly what some people were willing to spend on a place to shower, eat and sleep!

Here’s our top ten most expensive hotels from around the world…

1. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
Nightly Rate: $65,000

The Imperial Suite, which is actually the entire top floor of the hotel, is reached via a private elevator and has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a terrace with a dramatic view through the bulletproof windows over the city. The suite holds a Steinway grand piano, billiard room, library and private fitness center and can accommodate 40 people.

2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort
Nightly Rate: $45,000

This 9,000 square foot villa in the Palms’ fantasy tower is fitted with everything Playboy and was designed by Hugh Hefner himself. The villa cost roughly $10 million and includes a glass elevator, a glass wall Jacuzzi that extends out over the hotel and offers amazing Strip views, around the clock butler service, massage and spa rooms, work-out room and poker table, three bedrooms, and pop-up plasma TVs.

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York
Nightly Rate: $42,000

The Ty Warner Penthouse was designed by legendary architect I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and hotel owner Ty Warner and cost a mind blowing $50 million. The suite is located on the 52nd floor of New York’s tallest hotel with floor-to-ceiling bay windows offering a breathtaking 360 degree view of the City. The 9 bedroom suite has walls inlaid with mother of pearl, gold and platinum-woven fabrics. In addition the suite has its very own Zen room, library, butler, grand piano and you can choose to be chauffeured in a Rolls Royce or Maybach.

4. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France
Nightly Rate: $37,500

This beautifully designed art deco style suite has a huge terrace overlooking the Bay of Cannes. The suite comprises of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with a spa bath and sauna at your disposal. The hotel itself has a Michelin-starred restaurant, piano bar and its very own private beach.

5. The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens
Nightly Rate: $35,000

Relax at this gorgeous villa with a butler, private chef and pianist at your beck and call, there’s no need to lift a finger. This 3 bedroom villa has an indoor pool, outdoor heated pool and gym, as well as a steam bath and massage room.

6. Presidential Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Sardinia, Italy
Nightly Rate: $32,000

The Presidential Suite overlooks the sparkling brine of the Costa Smeralda. The suite is billed as one of the most gorgeous suites in the world and has 3 bedrooms its own pool on the pri-vate roof terrace, along with a wine cellar and outdoor gym. The luxury pad stands above the rambling towers of the Porto Cervo resort and has sensational bay views.

7. Villa La Cupola Suite, Westin Excelsior, Rome
Nightly Rate: $30,000

For the ultimate in La Dolce Vita check into the stunning la cupola suite, the suite is inspired by ancient Rome and covers 6,099 square feet, and while it only has two bedrooms five more can be joined to it. There’s a spectacular wraparound terrace where you can soak up the sun, a private spa with sauna, whirlpool and steam bath, as well as private cinema.

8. Presidential Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Nightly Rate: $25,000

In this 3,300 square feet suite located on the 53rd floor you get pure luxury, from the stunning four poster bed in the master bedroom and connected living room/dining room to the over sized marble bathroom and indoor pool. The suite has spectacular views which include Imperial Palace, Roppongi Hills and Mount Fuji.

9. Royal Towers Bridge Suite, Atlantis, Bahamas
Nightly Rate: $22,000

The Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge that connects the two Royal Towers buildings, so it overlooks the entire resort and marina. The suite has 10 rooms that are decorated in black, red and gold including a 22-karat gold chandelier in the dining room. The kitchen has its own entrance, so that a team of staff, including a butler and a cook can access the rooms without bothering you. An 800 square foot balcony and 12-foot high ceilings throughout with full length windows allow you to enjoy a 360 view of the water, lagoons and pools in Paradise Island.

10. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Nightly Rate: $19,000

There are luxury hotels and then there’s the Burj Al Arab. The two-story 8,400 square foot suite features views over the Arabian sea, marble flooring, a rotating four-poster bed in the master bedroom, dining area and a private cinema. You can also enjoy a submarine ride to the famous underwater restaurant.

So there you have it, the world’s most expensive places to stay. After reading up on the fine architecture, sky line views, crystal chandeliers and marble bathrooms we can see why these hotel rooms are coupled with such a heavy price tag.

For those of you that are looking for a similar taste of luxury without the senseless overspending here’s a collection of our finest places to stay



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