Take A Peek Inside The World’s Most Luxurious (And Expensive!) Hotels
Imagine having the opportunity to vacation in the world’s most luxurious hotels. Stunning suites with bullet-proof windows, heated toilet seats, free clothes, expansive room space, and more are at your fingerprints. Except, it all comes with a high price. Click through to see how you can stay at these ten hotels, as long as you’re ready to spend $60,000 per night. You’ll especially want to check out the suite on slide #5. Can you imagine spending the night in that space?
1. The Royal Suite, Hotel Plaza Athenee – Paris, France
The Royal Suite of the Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, France has a direct view of the historic Eiffel Tower. If it’s good enough for Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw to film scenes of Sex and the City, then it’s good enough for you. The largest suite in Paris, the space contains four bathrooms, two lounges, an office, and a kitchen. The suite is decorated with furniture dating back to the Louis XV and Louis XVI periods. A steam room and Jacuzzi add additional relaxation opportunities for guests. On arrival, guests receive a complimentary bottle of Krug champagne and a choice of either de-stressing, “beautifying,” horsehair, osteopathic or synthetic pillows to optimize the most relaxation. It’s all yours for $22,000 per night.
2. The Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel – Geneva, Switzerland
The Royal Penthouse Suite of the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland takes up the entire eighth floor of the luxurious hotel. The suite has room for a Steinway grand piano, billiard table, and a personal gym so you can stay fit while you’re vacationing. A Jacuzzi overlooks the beautiful Lake Geneva, and guests can also enjoy breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps while having breakfast served by the suite’s personal butler. Safety is highly valued at the hotel, as the suite’s windows are bulletproof, and the room contains a walk-in safe and steel-reinforced doors. For $76,000 per night, you can enjoy this luxurious hotel suite in one of the world’s most expensive cities. Don’t forget to check out the world’s largest Bang & Olufsen flat screen TV!
3. Suite 5000, Mandarin Oriental – Manhattan, New York
You won’t have to worry about finding places to shop in New York City when you stay at Suite 5000 of the Mandarin Oriental in Manhattan. On arrival, guests receive a specially-tailored wardrobe from Christian Dior’s latest collection. The suite contains Italian furniture, an extensive art collection, and an in-room iPad to learn more about the pieces curated by Whitewall, just in case you’re interested in purchasing any. Guests can relax in the marble-lined bathroom, lit by a Swarovski crystal chandelier. For nearly $25,000 per night, you can stay in the same suite where Dame Helen Mirren once vacationed.
4. Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi – Athens, Greece
You don’t have to worry about gaining weight while vacationing at the Royal Villa suite of the Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens, Greece. With your own fitness trainer, guests stay fit in the resort’s expansive exercise center. After each workout, an on-call personal butler will bring you a refreshing drink. The suite’s two-bedroom accommodation has a private deck over the sea with a massage area for the ultimate relaxation. Guests have the choice of an indoor pool, a heated outdoor pool, or a steam bath. For $43,000 per night, you will be easily relaxed during your stay at the Royal Villa.
5. Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons Hotel – Manhattan, New York
Who wouldn’t want to spend a night in New York’s tallest hotel room? The Ty Warner Penthouse Suite of the Four Seasons Hotel is located on the 52nd floor, offering the 4,300 sq. ft. suite expansive views of New York City. Named after the billionaire owner of the iconic Four Seasons Hotel, Ty Warner, the suite has four balconies to allow guests a complete 360-degree view of the Manhattan skyline. For $43,000 per night, guests sleep underneath a canopy made of Thai silk, threaded with gold, and on a hand-stitched Swedish mattress, filled with layered cotton wool, mohair, and horsehair. But the view is the selling point of this luxurious suite!
6. The Sultan Suite, Ciragan Palace Kempinski – Istanbul, Turkey
The Ciragan Palace Kempinski originally was an Ottoman Palace before becoming a hotel in 1991. The hotel’s best room is the 4,930 sq. ft. Sultan Suite, completely furnished with 19th-century antiques. Guests control the softness of their mattress with a touch of a button. For $30,000 per night, you can wake up to a view of the Bosphorus Strait, separating Europe and Asia. From your window, you’ll be able to see two separate continents. That’s a view you won’t want to miss!
7. The Brando Hotel, Tetiaroa – Tahiti, French Polynesia
The Brando Hotel is the brainchild of iconic Hollywood actor Marlon Brando, who fell in love with Tahiti on location for his 1960’s film, Mutiny on the Bounty. Every villa is set on the white, sandy beaches of Tahiti and has its own infinity pool looking on to the Pacific Ocean. On Brando’s request, the hotel is eco-friendly with its electricity powered by coconut oil and the air conditioning uses sea water. One of the more inexpensive hotels on this list, guests can stay at this spacious resort for $13,000 per night. Enjoy a coconut at this luxurious castaway hotel!
8. Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas, Nevada
The two-story Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is spread out over 9,000 square feet. The room offers a 12-person, glass-enclosed Jacuzzi pool overlooking the Vegas Strip, a private glass elevator, private terraces, a massage room, a fitness room, a dry sauna, and 24-hour butler service. For $40,000 per night, you can dream of staying in this suite where the sky is the limit. Or, as the hotel likes to claim, in this sky there are no limits.
9. Presidential Suite, St. Regis – New York City
The Presidential Suite at the St. Regis in New York City is the desired vacation spot for the sophisticated global traveler. The suite offers guests with a view of Central Park, a private dining room, living room, a wood-paneled library, and three bedrooms. For $35,000 per night, guests will be able to enjoy a luxurious stay in New York. And if you need assistance, a butler is on call to serve you.
10. Shahi Mahal Suite, Raj Palace Hotel – Jaipur, India
One of the most expensive hotel suites on this list, the Shahi Mahal Suite at the Raj Palace Hotel in India has a 24,000 sq. ft. landscaped terrace garden and a three-sided infinity pool. A bonus is the suite’s astrology room, library, bar, and private theater. For $60,000 per night, guests can enjoy the suite’s accommodations while experiencing a blend of modern conveniences with 17th-century Rajput Maharaja’s luxurious architecture. The best designers and architects of the world came together to design this suite, and you can enjoy the space… all with a price!
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