10 Most Expensive Hotels
There are luxurious hotels around the world that have suites that have been built for the rich and famous, and here is a list of the 10 most expensive hotels around the world. These suites are only something the average person could dream of ever even seeing, but for many rich people it is a part of normal life!
- PresidentWilson Hotel, Royal Penthouse Suite, Geneva, Switzerland, $53,000/night. Four bedrooms, six bathrooms, living room, library, cocktail lounge and dining room take up the entire top floor of the hotel, accessed by a private elevator is the most expensive hotel suite. It has a beautiful view of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. It accommodates 40 people, sits 26 for dining, and has an excellent security system.
- Palms Casino Resort, Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Las Vegas, Nevada, $40,000/night. A very sexy suite consisting of 9,000 square feet accessed by a glass elevator. It has a glass wall Jacuzzi that is built over the hotel. The bed rotates underneath a mirrored ceiling. There is a butler included, massage, spa, and work-out rooms, three bedrooms, plasma TVs, fireplace, and poker table.
- Four Seasons Hotel, Ty Warner Penthouse, New York City, New York, $34,000/night. Designed by Ty Warner, I.M. Pei, and Peter Marino, this nine-room hotel suite has mother of pearl, gold and platinum woven fabric on the walls. The 52ndfloor of the hotel has a complete 360 degree view of New York. There is a grand piano, spa, personal trainer, butler, and a waterfall in the Zen Room included. A chauffeur and Rolls Royce are also available.
- Westin Excelsior, Villa La Cupola, Rome, Italy, $29,000/night. This expensive suite takes up the fifth and sixth floor under the cupola of the hotel. It has 6,099 square feet, plus 1808 square feet of balconies and terraces. There are two bedrooms, but five more are available to be added. It has a sun deck, Jacuzzi, strained glass windows, private kitchen and dining room, 150 bottles of wine, library and private movie theater.
- The Atlantis, Atlantis Bridge Suite, Bahamas, $25,000/night. This expensive hotel suite is on top of the bridge that connects the Royal Towers and overlooks the marina. The full length windows and 800 square foot balcony provide a 360 degree view of Paradise Island. There are ten rooms, including a 1250 square foot living room with a grand piano. There is a staff of seven, including a butler and cook, with a private entrance to the kitchen.
- Ritz – Carlton, Presidential Suite, Tokyo, Japan, $25,000/night. Located on the 53rdfloor, this suite has a beautiful view of the Imperial Palace Gardens. The suite is 3300 square feet, including a master bedroom, dining room, living room, oversized bathroom in marble, an indoor pool, fitness studio, and your own concierge.
- Park-Hyatt, Imperial Suite, Paris, France, $20,000/night. This suite is located on the 5thfloor and has a view of the Rue de la Paix. It has high ceilings, dining room, bar, kitchenette, spa, steam room shower and massage table, and a mansard roof. Included is high-speed internet, a computer, telephones and a work area.
- Burj Al Arab, Royal Suite, Dubai, $19,000/night. This beautiful 8400 square foot, two-story suite has a view of the Arabian Sea. It has a marble and gold staircase, private cinema and elevator, marble bath, rotating four-poster bed, dining area, and a personal butler. There is also a submarine ride to an underwater restaurant, as well as a chauffeur and Rolls Royce.
- Ritz – Carlton, Ritz – Carlton Suite, Moscow, Russia, $18,200/night. This 2500 square foot hotel suite is decorated in Classic Russian Imperian style, and has a living room, dining area, library, boardroom, office, heated floor, and grand piano. The windows are floor-to-ceiling and have a view of the Kremlin, Red Square, Christ the Savior and St. Basil’s Cathedrals. Five meals a day are included.
- The Martinez Hotel, Presidential Suite, Cannes, $18,000/night. This expensive hotel suite is terraced and has a view of the Lerins Islands and Bay of Cannes. It has a Jacuzzi, plasma TV, DVD library, kitchen, bar, and a second suite that can be joined to make one huge suite. It is done in Art Deco, with parquet floors, and silk curtains.