Are you wondering how to spend a million dollar fast? Well, staying for a night or two in one of the world’s most expensive hotels can certainly deplete your cash reserve fast. The world is full of beautiful and expensive hotels that only millionaires, billionaires, and dignitaries can afford to stay for a night or more. If curious about the most expensive hotels in the world, read on.
By the way, I based my list of World’s most expensive hotels to the cost of the room per night.
So, here are the most expensive hotels, enjoy.
The Most expensive hotels in the world
InterContinental, Hong Kong
The Presidential Suite – $13,000
InterContinental Hotel Presidential suite cost about $13k per night. The pricey suites offer guests the ultimate “IMAX” experience as the room provides panoramic views.
The suite also has a Jacuzzi that overlooks the Hong Kong island and Victoria Harbour, infinity pool, 24 hours butler, in-room dining area, private gym, master bathroom and bedroom and kitchenette.
Most Expensive Hotels in Dubai
Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab – Dubai
Royal Suite – $18,716
Burj khalifa is the most expensive hotels in dubai and also one of the most expensive hotels in the world. Staying in the Royal Suite for a night will cost you $18,700 dollar. The hotel formerly known as Burj Dubai is also one the tallest building in the world, with height measuring 828 metres or 2,717 feet.
The hotel has over 162 floors, 57 lifts and 28, 261 glass panels. The famous hotel and landmark in Dubai opened their doors to the public on January 4, 2010. Burj Khalifa, renamed after the UAE president has no room just suites with dining areas, butlers and whirlpool baths.
Ritz-Carlton – Moscow
Ritz Carlton Suite – $18,000
Ritz-Carlton suite has floor to ceiling glass or windows, so guests get unparalleled view of the Red Square, Kremlin, Christ the Savior Cathedral and St. Basil Cathedral. The suite is very specious and the 232 sq meter suite has everything one may need such as a dining area for private dinner, office, library, living room, grand piano, and classic imperial furnishings.
Expensive Hotels In Paris
Four Seasons Hotel George V – Paris, France
Royal Suite – $24, 550
The Royal Suites of the Four Seasons Hotel have private terraces, spacious master bedroom, marble bathrooms, and sauna, walk-in dressing room and steam rooms. The suite is furnished with antiques, 18th and 19th century art, crystal chandeliers and a magnificent view overlooking the Three Graces fountain.
The Atlantis – Bahamas
Royal Tower Bridge Suite – $25,000
The 10-room suite of the Atlantis, a premier luxury resort in the Bahamas furnished with gold sofas, gilt mirrors, cushions, and glamorous chandeliers.
Royal Towers Bridge suite has a spectacular view, spacious bedroom and full amenities that include a 1,250 sq ft living room, grand piano, entertainment centers, and dining room with 22-karat gold chandelier are just some of the things that guests can enjoy while staying at the hotel expensive suite.
Ritz Carlton – Tokyo, Japan
Ritz Carlton Suite – $26,000
Ritz Carlton Suite is located on the 47 – 51 floors of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Tokyo. Guests can relax in the suite king size bed, living room, corner bed room, or soak in the oversized marble bathroom.
Guests can also watch their favorite shows in the 40 inch flat screen TV or connect online through the complimentary wireless and wired internet.
The 300 sq meters suite offer stunning views of Tokyo city since the Hotel is one of the tallest skycrappers in the country.
Westin Excelsior – Rome
Villa La Cupola Suite – 20,000 EUR, $26, 721
For the ultimate fun and relaxation, check into the Villa La Cupola Suite of the Westin Excelsior Hotel. The suite, one of the largest in Italy and even in Europe features breathtaking frescoes, stained glass, and beautiful marble.
The Villa La Cupola suite has a private elevator, fitness room, private cinema, Jacuzzi pool, sauna bath, marble staircase that lead to the upper floor and a 12-meter high dome. The suite is located on the 5th and 6th floors of the Westin Excelsior Hotel in Rome, Italy
Hotel Cala Di Volpe – Sardinia, Italy
Presidential Suite -$30,000
The Presidential suite of the Hotel Cala di Volpe that overlooks the CostaSmeralda has been named as one of the most beautiful in the world, as the three bedroom pad offer guests a Mediterranean style room and stunning views.
The suite has its own private pool, roof terrace, fitness area and outdoor gym, steam room and wine cellar. The suite also features two living rooms adorned with Sardinian artwork and furnishing, private video library and 42” and 38” inch flat screen LCD TV.
The 250 sq meter suites are located in the Hotel Cala di Volpe tower.
Grand Resort Lagonissi – Athens, Greece
The Royal Villa – $34,300
Guests checking into the Royal Villa can truly relax as the hotel provides a butler, pianist, and private chef to take care of their nourishment and entertainment.
The three-bedroom villa furnished with contemporary decors and artworks. The villa has a heated outdoor gym and pool, indoor pool, steam bath, massage room and oversized bathrooms. Guests can unwind in the spacious living room with dining table and fireplace, without neglecting their business as the villa business center has wireless and wired internet, laptop, scanner, printer, fax machine, and videophone to connect easily with the rest of the world.
Other amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, bar area, grill, and BBQ area.
The Palms – Las Vegas
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa – $35, 480
The Hugh Hefner Villa is furnished with racy artwork that the playboy boss himself selected.
The 836 sq meter suite has a rotating circular bed, two bedroom, bathtub, poker table, indoor waterfall, and indoor pool with the famous bunny logo.
Hotel Martinez – Cannes, France
Penthouse Suite – $37, 600
The two bedrooms Penthouse suite has a dining room, sitting room, spa bath, dressing room, two bathrooms, sauna, and huge terrace.
Ciragan Palace Kempinski -Istanbul, Turkey
Sultan Suite – Eur 30,000, $40,000 (excluding tax)
The Sultan’s suite offer guests panoramic views of Bosphorus. Ciragan Palace has a gorgeous pool, helicopter and boat service and breakfast buffet that rock.
But of course, the five star hotel offer more than just amazing amenities but also an incredible suite that boasts a 12 seat dining table, 32 inch LCD TV, master bedroom with handmade hammam marble, rain shower and private steam room, and crystal bathtub facets.
The suite ceilings with height of 5.7 m add allure to the beauty of the room, as well as the two decorative fireplaces, adjustable mattress, sound proof, full bar and espresso machine. Also included in the rate the round the clock butler and two-way airport transfer via helicopter.
Most Expensive Hotels in New York
Four Seasons Hotel – New York
Ty Warner Penthouse Suite – $41, 800
Ty Warner Penthouse suite is well known as one of the most opulent in New York and the world since the cost of the 9 room suite is around $50 million dollar.
The suite offer 360-degree views of Manhattan skyline, cosmopolitan décor, stunning bathrooms clad in custom-made slabs of Chinese onyx, and sinks carved from rock crystal. Included in the room rate the butler, therapist, trainer and private chauffeur at the beck and call of the room occupant.
The Raj Palace Hotel – Jaipur India
The Presidential Suite – $45, 000
The Presidential Suite is a 4-floor apartment that has a private entrance, elevator, and victory corridor. The former home of the Maharaja’s is one of the biggest in Asia, but this is not the only thing that make the suite expensive but the fact that the apartment is lavishly decorated in stucco ivory and gold leaf.
The Suite also has a swimming pool, roof terrace, and private museum.
Hotel President Wilson – Geneva
Royal Penthouse Suite – $65,000
The most expensive hotel in the world is located in Geneva, the Hotel President Wilson. Known across the world as the most luxurious, the Royal Penthouse Suite offer comfort, luxury, and maximum security since the doors and windows are all bulletproof.
The suite 12 rooms, 12 bathrooms definitely provide head of state and celebrity utmost privacy. By the way, Royal Penthouse Suite take up the entire top floor as the suite has its own fitness center, library, billiard room, Steinway grand piano, and private elevator.