The Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World Are Insane(ly Amazing)
You might wanna take a look at what the rich and famous drop on just ONE NIGHT at the world’s most expensive hotel rooms. Yeesh.
If you thought splashing out for a ‘Deluxe Queen’ instead of the regular ‘Standard Double’ was being a baller, you might wanna take a look at what the rich and famous drop on just ONE NIGHT at the world’s most expensive hotel rooms. Yeesh.
The Mark, New York
At £70,000 per night (per. night.) The Mark Hotel’s Grand Penthouse now holds the title of MOST EXPENSIVE HOTEL ROOM in the world, so let’s all give it a round of applause, shall we? Spread over two floors, it has five bedrooms, two bars, a ‘library lounge’, full size kitchen and rooftop terrace with crazy amazing views of NYC. Ugh, why aren’t we rich?
Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Knocked off the top spot by NYC’s The Mark, Hotel President Wilson now boasts only the second most expensive in the world, at a casual £49,000 per night. A bargain, considering its TWELVE bedrooms, TWELVE bathrooms (marble, natch), private gym, grand piano, 14-seat dining room and panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps.
Four Seasons, New York
The Ty Warner Penthouse Suite may only have one bedroom (ha!), but it’s still luxury personified - with four balconies, a ‘zen’ room (because being rich is so stressful), a personal butler, and complimentary spa treatments. Well, we say complimentary - but that’s the least you’d expect after forking out £46,000 per night.
The Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
Owned by the co-founder of Red Bull (it not only gives you wings, but millions in the bank, it would seem), The Delena Hilltop Estate features a panoramic swimming pool, private chef, and resident nanny. It’s open for bookings when ol’ Red Bull isn’t staying there - but he has to vet every application before granting you permission to hand over £45,000 per night. Cool.
Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens
A night’s stay at The Royal Villa will take a pretty hearty £41,000 sized bite outta your bank balance, but with unrivalled views of the Aegean Sea, three bedrooms, an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, a gym, a chef, a HELICOPTER SERVICE, and a private pianist, it’s worth it. Right?
Raj Palace Hotel, India
Pay a visit to Jaipur, India, and you can stay in the Raj Palace’s Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite for a totally reasonable £37,000 a night. Along with the six bedrooms, you’ll also enjoy a private cinema, astrology room (ah yes, love looking at planets), and a three sided infinity pool.
Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, Cannes
A night in the four-bedroom Penthouse Suite at this historic art deco hotel will set you back a mere £34,000 - but what do you get for your dolla? Two lounge/dining rooms, four bathrooms, two saunas (because one is never enough) and two rooftop gardens, for starters.
Palms Casino, Las Vegas
£32,000 will nab you a night at the Palms Casino Resort’s two-story Sky Villa, with highlights including a 12-person jacuzzi (ooh-err), massage room, dry sauna, and 24-hour butler service. The perfect treat after you win big on the blackjack tables. Ahem.
Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai
Stay in The Royal Bridge Suite and you’ll not only receive unlimited spa treatments, but also DOLPHIN ENCOUNTERS (yep, really), acces to the N’Dulge nightclub and a master bedroom with two ensuite bathrooms. Oh, and did we mention it also has a gold-plated dinner table that sits 16? No? Well it does. All this for just £29,000 a night.
Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai
Got £24,600 going spare? Why not book the Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental in Shanghai for a night? If the full size kitchen, private dining room and two roof gardens aren’t enough to persuade you, the private wine cellar and wine bar should do it.
The Hotel Connaught, London
‘The Apartment’ at London’s swanky Hotel Connaught offers menus designed by a Michelin-starred chef, a huge balcony overlooking Mayfair (ooh, vee posh), and a purple/lavender colour scheme that just screams luxury. It’s yours, for just over £19,000 a night.
Four Seasons Hotel des Burgues, Geneva
At £11,500 per night, the one-bedroom Royal Suite is inspired by the ‘style of Versailles’, with soaring ceilings, French reproduction furniture, TWO marble clad bathrooms and stunning views of Lake Geneva.
By Lizzie Cox.