Looking for luxury? Here are the world’s most expensive hotels
Can money buy happiness? A stay at one of these swanky hotels may just convince you that it can. We have looked through the database of the world’s leading hotel price comparison site, HotelsCombined and have named 10 of the world’s most expensive hotel experiences:
Guests can live like stars at this five star luxury resort, with views overlooking the soft white sands of Le Morne Beach and the beautiful Indian Ocean. For a small $30,000 per night you can stay in one of the top villas at St. Regis Mauritius Resort. These villas include a dedicated team of five staff and four private pools.
This luxury five-star hotel is just off the Champ-Elysees and offers terraced rooms overlooking the city streets and unique monuments of Paris.
A room with a view of the Eiffel tower will set you back just $30,700 per night, but you will be able to enjoy the added value of round-the-clock in-room dining and 24-hour concierge service.
Experience one of the Mediterranean’s most glamorous hideaways. At the Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia, for $34,000-a-night, the presidential suite offers guests sweeping views of the coast, a private pool, gym and solarium.
The hotel is closed over winter, but in summer guests can experience the world-class restaurants, bars and clubs and enjoy the luxury and simplicity of the Costa Smeralda.
Abu Dhabi is known for being bigger and better and at the St. Regis Saddiyat Island Resort is certainly that. The prestigious hotel is located 500m off the coast of Abu Dhabi and offers uninterrupted sea views. For $35,000 per night guests can enjoy two-storey accommodation with a private pool, piano, mini-cinema and butler.
New York, New York. This historic hotel, which was famously home to artist Salvador Dali throughout the 1960s and 1970s, is found at Manhattan’s best address on 5th Avenue. For a cool $35,000-a-night, guests can stay in the sophisticated presidential suite at the St. Regis in New York. For that price guests will enjoy the stylish wood-panelled library, the services of a 24-hour English-style butler and spectacular views of Central Park, Fifth Avenue and 55th Street.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…. And you will want to stay there too after experiencing the luxury of the Palms Casino Resort. At $40,000 a night, guests of the Palms Casino Resort can enjoy vast views of the Las Vegas strip from the glass enclosed spa that extends out from the balcony.
A private massage room, sauna, 24-hour butler service and private glass elevator – this Sky Villa suite has everything you could need for the perfect Vegas-style experience.
The Raj Palace is located in the northern city of Jaipur, India. At $45,000 per night, the presidential suite offers guests access to a four-floor apartment, including its own library, swimming pool and butler.
With its own private lobby, views overlooking the inner courts of the palaces and a private rooftop terrace with a panoramic view of the city, the suite offers guests luxurious indulgence and has been used by the ruler himself.
The Four Seasons penthouse gives guests unrivalled views over New York for $45,000 per night.
The Four Seasons penthouse is the highest hotel suite in the city, soaring an amazing 244 metres above the street. Guests will experience the finest luxury, from a Rolls Royce chauffeur service, an in-room ‘zen’ waterfall and stunning bathrooms . If an oversized Dornbracht steam rain shower with six body jets doesn’t sound relaxing enough, maybe the Toto Neorest toilet with wireless remote, sensors and heated sea will do the trick!
For a touch over $50,000 per night, the Penthouse suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes is available. Guests can live in luxury and take in the views of the Bay of Cannes from the Jacuzzi. With marble bathrooms, 24-hour service and the hotel’s rich history of hospitality, this could be the finest place to stay while taking in the French Riviera.
At the top of the list – the pinnacle of luxurious accommodation – is the royal penthouse suite in Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson, which charges guests a hefty fee of $83,200 per night for their 12 luxury rooms, 12 marble bathrooms and panoramic views over Lake Geneva.
Famous for being the largest and most luxurious suite in the world, it features unrivalled views, a private terrace and the finest luxurious touches. The suite leaves nothing to be desired even offering maximum security with bulletproof glass and a private lift. It’s just steps from the renowned Rue de Rohne and faces the stunning panorama of Lake Geneva and the Mont-Blanc.
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