The list of most expensive hotels in the world would surely make you poorer every single day even if you are a King, a president or have just won a big Jackpot of a lottery.
5. Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Full moon at Burj al Arab
The city of Dubai is the major global city in the last couple of decades. It is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai in the UAE. One of the many skyscrapers, the hotel Burj Al Arab is the fourth tallest hotel in the world.and sits on an artificial island off Dubai’s coast. It’s the priciest suite, The Royal Suite is a wonder to behold! Perched on the 25th floor overlooking the gulf and only accessible by a private elevator. The least of its impressive features is its absolutely staggering size, 8400 sq.ft. with a marble stairway, greeting you at the entryway are massive pillars, all covered in 22 Karat Gold!
The Suite is divided into areas themed for men and women and also features a huge dining area, private library and three spa quality bathrooms with marble and gold fixtures. And of course, there is also a private movie hall. This extravagant suite in the heart of the Middle East goes for around $24,000 a night.
4. Ritz – Carlton, Tokyo
THE RITZ CARLTON TOKYO
Tokyo is the world’s most cosmopolitan cities and is known among travellers for its unique blend of its traditional and its ultra modern. Travellers who know their cuisine also know that Japan’s capital is absolutely second to none on the international dining scene. The Michelin Guide which awards stars to restaurants and hotels for excellence room service awarded 191 total stars in its guide to fine dining in Tokyo, that’s near twice as many as Paris, the closest competitor.
Accordingly, the Ritz – Carlton suite of the 5-star hotel of the same name has modern luxury written all over it. With the massive 3300 sq.ft. suites sit 53 stories up offering spectacular views of the Tokyo Skyline & the Imperial Palace Garden. The east meets west aesthetic echoes that of the city itself, with luxurious bedrooms and two stunning bathrooms with marble surfaces complete with all the amenities. The suites location atop one of the Tokyo’s finest hotels also offers easy access to some of the most acclaimed dining, theatre and museums in the world.
Make a night legendary with this pinnacle of ultra-modern luxury for only $25,000.
3. Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris
Hotel Plaza Athenee Paris
Paris, the French capital has been famous for its cuisine since the 18th century. There are over 9000 restaurants in the city and many of the most famous French chefs own restaurants in Paris. It has also been the capital of Fashion and has been providing dominating trends in the fashion industry. Even today, located near the Eiffel Tower is the historic Hotel Plaza Athenee. It has undergone several renovations within the last decade. In 2012, the Royal Suite’s upgrade made it the most spacious and the most expensive hotel suite in Paris.
The suite features an incredible 4800 sq. ft. that contains 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a full kitchen and an office. The updated feature-rich design consists of a blend of classical and modern style. The decadent bathrooms are the main feature. these are made from Italian marble (imported from Verona). They, of course, have Jacuzzi, steam rooms. While the interiors are modern, the antique furniture is from the era of Louis the 15th and ties in with the decor for a distinctly classical vibe.
You would be a king or at least feel like a king if you happen to stay here, as the cost for one night is $26000.
2. Raj Palace, Jaipur
The Presidential Suite, The Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India_0
It was once the oldest and one of the largest mansions in India. In 1996, it was converted into a stunning luxury hotel. In this hotel, every suite is a grand luxury as each one of the rooms. It has its own mini private museum and they are decorated with antique furniture. The hotel’s dining room is even home to the world’s largest chandelier. The crown jewel of the Raj Palace is the most expensive hotel suite in all of Asia is the Presidential Suite also known as the Maharaja’s Pavilion.
It is a four-storey suite, that’s connected by a private elevator and boasts an unbelievable 16,000 sq. ft. of space. The first floor consists of a private lounge and a bar. The second houses a private museum with walls intricately decorated with gold leaf and mirror work, which overlooks the courtyard and the gardens. The third floor has a lavish dining area adorned with priceless decorations. Lastly, the fourth floor has a private rooftop with amazing city views, private spa and entrance for your private butler. The bathrooms have solid gold and silver fixtures, the furniture is crafted from gold, silver and ivory. This opulent suite screams of luxury, and it very well should be, as to live like a Maharaja for just one night it will cost you $45000!
1. Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
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The Royal Penthouse Suite has been recognized as the largest and most expensive hotel suite in the world. It is located on the 8th and the top floor of the Hotel President Wilson, Geneva. The stunning 18000 sq. ft. has rumoured to have hosted such international celebrities such as Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and Bill Gates.
The suite takes up an entire floor and features an incredible view of Lake Geneva. It has multiple master bedrooms, a living room and dining room that can seat 26 persons. The suite has more than enough room to entertain famous guests. It also has its own private boardroom, a 1700 sq. ft. terrace with a telescope, a private media centre, a billiards room and one of the few existing 103 inch bang and Olufsen flat screen television. The suite has the most upscale furnishings and decor. Also, keeping in mind the needs of the rich and famous occupants, it has maximum security. It hosts bulletproof windows, motion detection system, armoured doors and even throws in its own private security team during your stay.
This being the most extravagant hospitality experiences & stay, makes it the ultimate in luxury hotel rooms and the priciest of them all at $80000!