The most luxurious hotel rooms in the world (we can’t afford it)
Average hotel rooms are usually equipped with the basic amenities needed to keep visitors comfortable, but some hotel rooms go beyond basic needs and provide luxury. As nice as it may be, luxury isn’t a cheap thing – it comes at a huge price. From grand salons and chic master bedrooms to gorgeous waterfronts, luxurious amenities and golden embellishments, different hotels offer different levels of luxury and whether you are an Arab prince, business tycoon, president, celebrity or just a Wealthy individual who likes to spend on hotels, get ready to spend all that money on some of the most luxurious hotel rooms on the planet (while we break people watching and still wishing).
9 Royal Suite – Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Ranked as one of the most popular hotels in the world, the 24-karat gold-adorned Burj Al Arab is luxurious in its entirety, but the Royal Suite is particularly determined to pamper visitors with extreme luxury. At 24,000 per night, the suite offers 780 square meters of space that consists of a private library, private dining room, and two master bedrooms with full-size Jacuzzis and walk-in showers. Need to take a ride? Head to the Rolls Royce parked on the hotel premises and pay a little extra to cruise around Dubai in style.
8 Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, France
Stand out from the millions of visitors who visit France each year and stay in the Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez with a starting price of $40,000 a night. The sumptuous suite offers up to 12,000+ square feet of space, an impressive view of the bay of Cannes and 2 bedrooms with their respective bathrooms.
seven The Hilltop Estate – Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
Enjoy a secluded and luxurious stay at the Hilltop Villa surrounded by beautiful jungle on Laucala Island, Fiji, starting at just $50,000 per night. In addition to the breathtaking view of the rooftops, the private suite also offers an infinity pool, a bar and 2 bedrooms each with their respective jacuzzis.
6 The Maruka – Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort, Maldives
With so many hotels on land, some have now started moving to sea to usher in new experiences. Those obsessed with staying underwater now have the option of enjoying an underwater hotel experience for just $50,000 per night at Maruka Villa. Inside this villa located 16 feet below the Indian Ocean, visitors will enjoy mesmerizing views of sea creatures, beautiful colors and luxurious amenities including – 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room gym and private butler service.
5 Royal Villa – Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens
Hotels in historic Athens can be quite affordable, but those who just want a luxurious experience will get it at Grand Resort Lagonissi’s Villa Royale for just $50,000 per night. For many wealthy, this extravagant price is cheap enough considering the beachfront villa’s two large pools, three bedrooms, private beach, private massage, stunning mountain views, a private butler and a private chef.
4 The Mark Penthouse Suite – Mark Hotel, New York
You’d think the most expensive suite in New York would be on the rooftop, but it’s far from it. Still, at $75,000 a night, the Mark Penthouse Suite is quite expensive to imagine. Still, with the hotel’s 4 fireplaces, 3 King rooms, 2 Queen rooms, 2 wet bars, 6 bathrooms, and stunning New York views, the price might be a little less irritating to our broken ears.
3 Royal Penthouse Suite – Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Before your jaw drops at the $80,000 per night price of the Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, think first of the hotel’s prestigious name, then consider the 18,000+ square foot area of the suite, the 2,500 square foot living room with a view of Lake Geneva, the 12 bedrooms, a Steinway grand piano, and 12 bathrooms with their respective Jacuzzis. With the hotel’s proximity to the European headquarters of the United Nations, there is no doubt that this hotel was made for kings and world leaders; however, with the correct amount, anyone can enjoy a stay here and enjoy the luxury that Bill Clinton, King of Saudi Arabia, Tony Blairand other previous guests enjoyed.
2 Empathy Suite – Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
Las Vegas has always been known as a place of luxury. With its extravagant casinos and luxurious hotel, be prepared to indulge in some exotic spending. There are plenty of expensive hotels with expensive rooms in Las Vegas, but the Palms Casino Resort has taken that luxury accommodation to a whole new level. Inside the Palms Casino Resort is the Empathy Suite and at $100,000 a night, it’s officially the most expensive hotel room in the United States (maybe the world). It’s really hard to think of anyone paying that for a night in a hotel. That’s a lot of money! However, with the luxurious amenities, exceptional butler service, and infinity pool overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard, we can go a little easy on the price.
1 Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine, Saint Lucia
Just when you think you’ve seen the most expensive hotel in the world, a more extravagant hotel pops up and effortlessly claims the title. With its $150,000 price tag, the Lovers Deep Luxury Submarine is no joke – it’s the most expensive hotel in the world. You wonder if it’s even legal to spend that much money on a hotel. More surprisingly, the hotel lives underwater and moves around in a submarine. With this constant mobility, visitors lucky enough to lodge here will be greeted with sights of shipwrecks, sea creatures and a fairytale underwater experience – you’ll feel like a Marine Corp. Inside the hotel rooms are also luxurious amenities to provide visitors with a luxurious hotel experience that is truly worth that extravagant price tag. But seriously, what kind of hotel equipment can be worth that price? Perhaps diamond cups, gold sinks and emerald utensils – even with all of that, many of us might still consider leaving with an expensive keepsake.
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