World’s 10 Most Expensive Hotels

The majority of travelers have simple requirements when it comes to staying at hotels such as a clean bathroom, a clean bed, a TV and maybe wi-fi.  However, there are others out there who require a little bit more to stay comfortable.  When the world’s most wealthy travelers take a vacation, they are treated to suites that cover entire floors of a hotel building, rooms that include a personal butler and pianist, and some even come with their own private helicopter.  Lets take a little peek into the the life of the rich and famous.  Below you will find 10 of the most expensive hotel rooms/suites in the world.

10:  Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt-Vendôme – Paris, France – $15,500/night

Imperial suite, which is located on the 5th floor, is “only” 200 square meters. This suite features a mansard roof and a 60 square meter balcony which overlooks the Rue de la Paix, with an amazing view of the Vendôme column. The suite also features the “in suite spa” concept offering individual comfort with a steam room shower and a spacious massage table. Not bad for $15,500 per night.

9: Royal Suite at Four Seasons George V – $16,000/night

Four Seasons George V offers two extravagant Royal Suites, both on the first floor with direct access to a private terrace overlooking the historic Art Deco fountain of the Three Graces. These antique-filled suites feature oversized spaces for entertaining and relaxation, and the business convenience of a private office.

They feature a marble entrance foyer and oversized living room with marble fireplace, a dining area that seats up to eight guests, a complete kitchen, a fully equipped private office and Wayport high-speed Internet access (using Ethernet card).
The master bedroom features a spacious marble bathroom with steam room, sauna and a walk-in dressing room with hairdressing facilities; a separate guest powder room is located off the foyer for convenience.

8: Royal Armleder Suite at Le Richemond – $17,500/night

The Royal Suite here gets the pent house treatment with it located on the top floor and is lined with beautiful terraces which offer stunning views over Lake Geneva, the Alps and Geneva’s Old city and the Cathedral. Even politicians can feel safe in this suite featuring protection from floor-to-ceiling bullet-proof windows. 17.5 grand will also get you a separate and spacious living room which consists of a comfortable lounge area, a dining space for up to eight people, a large and comfortable work area, as well as a guest bathroom. The Royal Armleder Suite features satellite television, high speed internet access, two telephone lines, voicemail, in-room modem or fax ports, a wide selection of videos, as well as a number of pay channels.

Bathroom: The spacious bathroom of our Royal Armleder Suite is finished in marble and features a bath, a power shower and a plasma screen television. The Rocco Forte Collection’s exclusive Italian bathroom products are provided, in addition to fluffy bathrobes for your enjoyment.

7: Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab Dubai, United Arab Emirates – $18,000/night

The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab is an amazing two-story suite that centers around an epic staircase, marble floors, and mahogany furniture. The master bedroom in the suite also features a rotating four-post canopy bed that is sure to impress the ladies. The lucky guests will also enjoy Hermes bathroom products, Faubourg fragrances, their very own private elevator, and cinema. For a few bucks more, you can also get a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce or even a helicopter if your pockets are deep enough.

6: Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow, Russia – $18,200/night

For only a little over 18 grand, this 2,500 square-feet suite features a heated floor, a grand piano and a private library. You also get breath taking views of the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral. Guests also enjoy five meals a day along with their very own KGB-approved autonomous energy supply system and secure telecommunications.

5: Bridge Suite at The Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas – $25,000/night

You see that bridge connecting the two buildings? That’s right!! The 10-room Bridge Suite at Bahamian resort The Atlantis fills the entire space linking the hotel complex’s two flagship towers. Forbes reports the suite has hosted guests including Oprah and Michael Jackson.

4: Royal Penthouse Suite at President Wilson Hotel Geneva, Switzerland – $33,000/night

This suite if for presidents of all presidents. The penthouse suite takes up the entire top floor of the hotel. The four bedroom suite can hold up to 40 guests in its cocktail lounge and is said to be the best digs for heads of state wanting to make an impression when they’re in town on United Nations business.

3: Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons New York – $34,000/night

Floor-to-ceiling windows surround all sides of this massive suite, surrounding guests in awesome 360-degree views of the city skyline from Manhattan’s tallest hotel. The nine-room suite has walls decorated with mother of pearl, gold and platinum-woven fabrics, and the room itself includes a private butler, unlimited global calling and TVs programmed to receive every channel in the entire world. Every channel possible? Now that’s money well spent.

2: Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas – $40,000/night

Hugh Hefner’s Playboy-themed suite at the Palms Casino resort has a ridiculously expensive $700,000 Jacuzzi that hangs out above the Las Vegas strip. The 10,000 square-foot, two-storey suite comes with around-the-clock butler service and a rotating bed set beneath a mirrored ceiling. The only thing missing are the Playboy models! I’m sure that can be negotiated if the price is right!

1: Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi Athens, Greece – $50,000/night

Want to spend one year’s worth of salary in one night? The Grand Resort’s Royal Villa can take care of that for you, no problem. The worlds most elite guests get a private version of everything imaginable. The only people you get to see in this secluded heaven with heated pools, steam room and private beach are the suite’s dedicated butler, chef and pianist.




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2 comments on “World’s 10 Most Expensive Hotels”

  1. Watching Cable TV while bathing?! SWEET! I wish I can go stay for a night at the Royal Armleder Suite someday. Hugh Hefner’s Jacuzzi looks awesome as well, overlooking the whole Las Vegas strip, though I think this room is something that only men can appreciate LOL.


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