TOP 20 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World
How much would you pay to spend the night in one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world? Many of these 20 rooms are so extravagant, they’re more like penthouses than hotel rooms! TOP 20 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World
These are not just hotel rooms; they’re mini-vacations! If you can spare it, why not treat yourself and stay in one of these extraordinary places?
At $18,000 per night, Royal Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons Hotel New York
If you have $18,000 to spare, and a lot of friends to share it with, you can stay in what many consider
One of New York City’s finest accommodations. Complete with a dining room for 12, two master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, and a third bedroom
that sleeps four more people comfortably (the king-sized beds in
Each of these rooms is covered in Egyptian cotton sheets),
you could live like royalty on your luxury vacation through New York City.
At $15,000 per night, Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi
Greece is one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.
Located at Lagonissi, Greece, 5 miles (8 km) from Athens, near Glyfada and Vouliagmeni,
Royal Villa costs $15,000 per night. Guests are offered a three-bedroom suite with private butler service on all 3 floors.
There’s also an infinity pool overlooking Athens and Mount Hymettus,
As well as a spa offering massages and other treatments.
A room like that would be nice for my honeymoon! I think it’s romantic to stay in an amazing place like that for your honeymoon.
My husband and I will have to save up for it though because we don’t want to spend our entire life savings on just one trip!
TOP 20 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World
At $12,000 per night, Royal Suite at Palazzo Versace Dubai
If you’re looking for a luxurious place to stay, look no further than Palazzo Versace Dubai,
Where rooms cost $12,000 per night. From top-of-the-line marble baths to private check-in,
Few hotels come close to rivaling Palazzo Versace Dubai. Featuring three bedrooms and four bathrooms,
Each room is better than most NYC apartments. Don’t forget about a retractable glass roof over your marble tub or heated bathroom floors!
At $10,000 per night, Silver Suite at Silver Tower Palace Kempinski Berlin
Boasting an indoor white sand beach and sun deck,
Kempinski’s silver suit is a statement of opulence. All rooms in Silver Tower Palace Kempinski are named after precious metals.
This two-bedroom suite measures over 1,800 square feet
With retractable walls of glass opening onto a private pool and white sand beach.
Don’t get too excited, though: It doesn’t include any food or drink.
At $9,999 per night, Villa Suite at Conrad New York
New York City, USA. Not only is it a part of one of New York’s most exclusive hotel chains,
But it also happens to be situated right in Central Park. A visit to New York doesn’t come cheap as we all know, but staying in a villa is unheard of.
Aside from being situated next to one of New York’s top attractions, you will also
get access to an outdoor pool, lounge area, and valet parking services.
At $8,300 per night, Dome Suite at Park Hyatt New York
Forty-One was named by Forbes as one of the most expensive hotel suites in New York City,
its six-foot soaking tub with waterfall will add to that reputation. We can’t decide what we like more about this suite:
Its 2,000 square feet of space or its 1,100-square-foot wraparound terrace,
complete with a dining area for eight. But hey, it’s not all extravagance here.
Park Hyatt also provides guests with 24-hour butler service, so you don’t have to lift a finger if you don’t want to.
At $7,100 per night Villa Savoye at Mandarin Oriental Paris
As with most Mandarin Oriental rooms, both beds are four-poster. But Villa Savoye’s massive walk-in closet is something you’d expect to see in a palace.
With amenities including a 24-hour butler and personal chauffeur for around-town excursions,
it’s no wonder that its décor has been praised by everyone from Martha Stewart to Condé Nast Traveler.
At $6,400 per night Gillespie Apartment at London Park Lane Hotel
London Park Lane is a 5-star hotel located on one of London’s most expensive streets, Park Lane. It boasts exceptional service,
Rooms full of luxury and grandeur, a calm atmosphere, and spectacular views over Hyde Park.
The Gillespie Apartment offers all these characteristics and it’s not surprising
That its $6,400 per night price tag is one of its main features.
At $5,600 per night Nomad House on Sunset Strip
This hotel is part of rock star Bryan Adams’ chain, which includes hotels in New York, Miami, and Istanbul.
Although you can get a room for much less than $5,600 per night,
Even booking through Kayak reveals prices up to $4,000 per night. And then there are some rooms for rent on Airbnb for about $622 per night—
But those are going fast. So if you want to stay at Nomad House while visiting Los Angeles, it might be best to book now. (Or just go with one of these other great options.)
At $5,500 per night Suite 606 Ritz Carlton Tokyo
Built in 1923, a Japanese empress named Hirohito was one of Suite 606’s first guests.
Overlooking Central Park, New York City’s Plaza Hotel has held its place as one of Manhattan’s
Most elite hotels since 1907. With just 16 rooms and 63 guest suites, it would be hard to argue that any
Other hotel rooms can compete with Suite 606 Ritz Carlton Tokyo when it comes to the overall size.
This palatial suite measures an astounding 3,100 square feet (288 square meters),
However, once you factor in all of its amenities. —including butler service—the price seems more reasonable.s
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