The World’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

While super-exclusive suites are becoming more popular, it used to be that they were nothing more than a one off. These days, luxury hotels are battling each other to create the best ultra-luxury abodes. Despite the high price tags the suites are crammed with a boat load extras and stunning features – All prices below are on a per night basis.

Number 8 – St Regis Resort Mauritius – £17,500


The St. Regis Villa at the newly opened The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is the largest and most exclusive on the island. Created with large parties and families in mind, the four-bedroom residence has four heated pools. The villa also boasts a dining area, a bar, two lounges, an office, and a gym, the villa also offers private access to the beach.

Number 7 – Atlantis The Palm, Dubai – £20,000


Guests staying at The Royal Bridge Suite at Atlantis the Palm, Dubai get complimentary spa services, personal training sessions, dolphin encounters, access to the nightclub and unlimited passes to the attached waterpark. All three bedrooms come with ensuite bathrooms and the dining room also has a gold-plated dinner table.

Number 6 – St. Regis Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi – £20,450


The Royal Suite spans a huge 22,600 square feet and the duplex suite has four bedrooms, a private movie theater, swimming pool and games room. The suite is in high demand with a lengthy waiting list for those wanting to book it.

Number 5 – Palm Casino Las Vegas – £23,500


The two-story Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is spread out over 9,000 square feet. Perks include a 12-person, glass-enclosed Jacuzzi pool overlooking the Vegas Strip, a private glass elevator, private terraces, a massage room, a fitness room, a dry sauna and 24-hour butler service – Nice!

Number 4 – Four Seasons New York – £26,500


The one bedroom Ty Warner Penthouse Suite in the Four Seasons New York is super sleek. The room is equipped with glass balconies and floor to ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. There’s also a ‘zen room’, an invisible audio system, a spa room, a private entrance, butler service, a personal trainer, and a chauffeured Rolls Royce.

Number 3 – Grand Hyatt, Cannes – £30,000


The four-bedroom Presidential Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes comes decorated with original lithographs by Dufy, Picasso, Matisse and Stael. There are also two rooftop gardens, each with a century-old olive tree and a jacuzzi.

Number 2 – Raj Palace, Jaipur – £35,000


The Shahi Mahal Suite is currently undergoing renovations, though when it’s finished, it will have a new 24,000-square-foot landscaped terrace garden and a three-sided infinity pool. The suite already boasts its own astrology room, library, bar and private theater.

Number 1 – Hotel President Wilson, Geneva – £45,000


The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is the most expensive hotel room in the world. The 12 bedroom suite has hosted an envious guest list, including Bill Gates and Michael Douglas. Apparently, some famous musicians have found inspiration in the panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps.

Some breath-taking hotel rooms above, and if you know any others that should have made the list let us know. Which is your favourite? I’m leaning towards the St Regis in Mauritius… 

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