April 19, 2021

Inside the World’s 10 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

Probably all of us want to try that rich life experience at least once in our lives. If you’re lucky to win a lottery, or inherit millions from a dead relative, you can do that in one of the accommodations below.

Here’s a list of the 10 most expensive hotels in the world.

10. The Royal Suite, UAE 

The Royal Suite is the most expensive suite at the Hotel Burj Al Arab in Dubai. It is located on the 25th floor. The suite is 8,400 square feet and is accessible by a special private elevator. It features a marble stairway and pillars decorated in 22 karat gold. It is divided into individual areas for men and women and includes a large dining room and a library.

There are also three 3 “spa-quality bathrooms complete with marble and gold fixtures, and a private movie theatre. Cost: $24,000.00 per night.

9. The Ritz-Carlton Suite, Japan

One of Asia’s most opulent accommodations, this suite at The Ritz-Carlton Japan in Tokyo is 3,300 square feet. It is located on the 53rd floor and offers incredible views of the city’s skyline amidst an “East meets West’ decor. The two bedrooms here are luxurious and both bathrooms have marble surfaces. It includes all the expected amenities and reportedly guests are given free access to the Club Lounge on the same floor and offered easy access to some of the most acclaimed theatre and dining in Tokyo. Cost: $25,000.00 per night.

8. The Royal Suite, France

This suite is located in the Hotel Plaza Athenee France in Paris. The historic building has actually renovated a few times in the last ten years. In 2012 they specifically upgraded the Royal Suite. It is the most spacious and expensive suite in the “City of Lights.” The 4,800 square-foot suite has four bedrooms and has two bathrooms. One bathroom includes a jacuzzi and steam room. Both bathrooms feature Italian marble from Verona, There is also a full kitchen and an office. The overall interior design blends both the classical and the modern. Cost: $26,000.00 per night.

7. Villa La Cupola Suite, Italy

This is the most expensive place to stay at the Westin Excelsior Rome. The Villa la Cupola suite is a presidential suite that has five floors totaling to 6,100 square feet. There is also an additional 1,800 square feet of balconies and terraces. It is accessible via a private elevator that opens on a private fitness area. There are seven bedrooms, a private theatre, a private wine cellar, and a private cupola. The decor here includes Italian walnut, marble, hand-painted frescoes, and antique chandeliers. Cost: $30,000.00 per night.

6. Sky Villa Suite, USA

You will have to win big in “Sin City” in order to stay here at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. This suite is 30 stories up and spans 9,000 square feet. A private glass elevator whisks guests to the master bedroom which provides visitors with a 360-degree panoramic view of the city. There is also a private massage room, gym and a heated pool on a two-story terrace. The terrace can transform into a nightclub complete with a surround sound stereo system. Butlers are also provided. Cost: $35,000.00 per night.

5. The Penthouse Suite, France

You can’t find much better accommodations than this suite at the Hotel Martinez Cannes, which open in the famous city of Cannes in 1929. It covers 3,200 square feet on the 7th floor. It has all the expected amenities, large, luxurious bedrooms, and spacious bathrooms done in marble. It also includes a private butler, a suite-wide Boise sound system and a 2,900 square-foot private terrace that offers a memorable view of the Bay of Cannes. Cost: $37,500.00 per night.

4. The Maharaja’s Pavillion, India

Also known as the Presidential Suite, this 16,000 square-foot suite is the most expensive place to stay in all of Asia. It is located in The Raj Palace. Four stories are connected by a special elevator. The first floor is a private bar and lounge. The second is a museum with walls decorated in gold leaf. The 3rd floor is a dining area. The 4th features a rooftop terrace and a spa. The bathrooms have fixtures of gold, silver, and ivory. There’s also a private butler staff. Cost: $45,000.00

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, USA

Ensconced on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons New York, this 4,300 square-foot suite is the most expensive suite in the US. It’s decorated in 22 karat gold and includes 25-foot cathedral ceilings and bronze chandeliers. The walls here are all inlaid with mother of pearl. Other than the view of Central Park, the suite features TVs that can receive any channel in the world, unlimited global calling, a personal butler, a private chauffeur, and a personal trainer. Cost: $50,000.00 per night.

2. The Royal Villa, Greece

This 4,400 square-foot villa is situated in the beachfront Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens. These accommodations include such extra amenities as heated floors, marble bathrooms, a private massage area, a 7,000 square-foot private garden, butler service and a grand piano with a pianist. There are also two heated private pools–on inside and one outside and private parking is also included. Cost: $50,000.00 per night .

1. Royal Penthouse Suite, Switzerland

Situated on the 8th and top floor of the Hotel Wilson in Geneva, this 18,000 square-foot suite is both the most expensive and the biggest hotel suite anywhere. Here guests will find multiple master bedrooms, a dining room for 26 people, a billiards room, a media center, a boardroom, and a 1700-square foot terrace with a telescope. It also features a rare 103-inch Bong and Olufsen flatscreen television, other state-of-the-art appliances, original art, armored doors, bulletproof windows, a motion detection system and even a private security team to protect its distinguished guests. Cost: $80,000 per night