Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel rooms

Most expensive hotelsAggressive competition among businessmen and the rich have escalated in the recent years. The struggle for market share and domination has increased mainly due to recession as well as a shrinking global market. In such tough times, showing opulence of wealth is very important to create a much desired successful image. On the other hand, the human need luxury and of feeling pampered kicks in and people indulge in spending hefty amounts of money on things like gold plated cell phones, exotic wines  and other most expensive things in any genre. Today we take a look at the Top 10 most expensive Hotel Rooms available all around the world. Some of these are presidential suites and others take up the complete floors of the hotel. 24 hour personal butlers, private pools, Spa and Jacuzzis bundled with panoramic view from the floor to ceiling windows are just a glimpse of the luxuries and amenities offered in these rooms. The enormous price tag of these hotels seems to attract the rich then to irk them. Often the less fortunate in terms of finance get a chance to stay for a night at these magnificent hotels but that is sadly that is the utmost they can afford in a lifetime! so enjoy the list of Top 10 most expensive Hotel Rooms available all around the world!

 

 

 

 

10. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt-Vendôme

Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt-Vendôme
The 60 meter2 terrace which offers a breath taking view is probably the first thing you’ll notice about the Imperial Suite in Park Hyatt-Vendôme (Paris, France). This expensive suite offers you working space with high speed internet and fax machines to tend to your business needs. For $15,500 per night, this suite comes in at number 10 in the Top 10 most expensive hotel rooms list. A personal spa and massage table is located right within the room to increase your privacy. The shower area is also provided with a whirlpool and a steam room to tend to all your hygienic needs. A min bar and flat screen TVs also compliment the connecting bedrooms. Overall, the Imperial Suite in Park Hyatt-Vendôme provides you with all the rejuvenating experiences within the room as well as a decent workspace for all your official needs!

 

9. Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V

Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V
Also located in Paris, the Royal Suite in Four Seasons George V costs $16,000 per night but not unjustly so. The historic furnishings as well as lighting quick service make the stay worth it. A private marble entrance takes you to the spacious 2630 square feet room which is brimful of priceless antiques and magnificent fittings. An extraordinary view is available from the balcony of these first floor suites. Yet again we get to see more marble in the large fireplace as well as in the elegantly designed bathrooms. A private office and powder room is also added keeping guests in mind.

 

8. Royal Armleder Suite in Le Richemond

Royal Armleder Suite in Le Richemond
If you can imagine the astounding view of the magnificent Alps and the old Geneva city from this suite’s 300 square ft terraces, then it wouldn’t be hard to figure out why the Royal Armleder Suite in Le Richemond ( Geneva, Switzerland) charges its guests $17,500 per night! The entire seventh floor (230 m2) was restructured 5 years ago and now boasts of patterned wooden floors and a bulletproof suite that is decorated in mosaics and gold. Handcrafted chandeliers and important artwork increases the artistic experience of staying at the Royal Armleder Suite in Le Richemond. It comes in at number 8 in the Top 10 most expensive hotel rooms list.

 

7. Royal Suite in Burj Al Arab

Royal Suite in Burj Al Arab
No place exhibits more luxury and class in the Arab world than the 7 star Burj Al Arab in Dubai. Truly an icon of style and grandeur, the Royal Suite of Burj Al Arab consists of a 780 meter square two bedroom suite divided in two floors. A Rolls Royce is available to take you to the main building from the entrance as the main building itself is made on an artificial island. A private elevator takes you up to the suites (25th floor). A helicopter is also at your service if you fancy taking the aerial route. Gold staircase, marble floors and invaluable exotic furniture is just the beginning of the extravagances you will find in the Royal Suite of Burj Al Arab. A special mention goes to the private cinema guest are offered if they choose to watch a movie. All this is offered for $18,000 per night making it the 7th most expensive hotel room in the world.

 

6. Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton

Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton
With an immaculate view of the Red square, Kremlin and the two cathedrals from its floor to ceiling windows, the elegant Ritz-Carlton Suite in The Ritz-Carlton Moscow offers the best of Russia right inside the suite. Designed in the Russian imperial theme, the suite offers spacious rooms with heated floors, a library, office and a board room. The living room has a state of the art entertainment system as well as a grand piano. Food lovers are in for a treat as a Nespresso coffee machine is available in the suite and a five meal per day arrangement is made in the club. Marble bathrooms with a personal sauna are also in this suite. All these luxuries are for yours to grab at the Ritz-Carlton Suite in The Ritz-Carlton for $18,200 per night.

 

5. Bridge Suite at The Atlantis

Bridge Suite at The Atlantis
A favorite of the late Michael Jackson, the Bridge Suite at The Atlantis (Paradise Island, Bahamas) has 10 rooms. Totaling to a huge 4740 square feet, the bridge suite is actually the bridge between two towers converted into a suite of this resort and was the most expensive hotel room till 2003. An 800 square ft terrace and full sized windows throughout the floor offer mind-blowing views. The hotel charges $25,000 per night placing it at the 5th spot in the Top 10 most expensive hotel rooms list.  A wide array of amenities is offered her but the 22 karat gold chandelier stealing the spotlight. A personal staff of seven including a butler and a chef make sure you are pampered around the clock and all your wants are fulfilled. The Bridge Suite at The Atlantis offers a water park for the guests to splash around all day and marble covered bathrooms for those who are in the mood for a quite shower.

 

4. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
Another entry from Switzerland, the Royal Penthouse Suite in President Wilson Hotel (Geneva) is ranked at the 4th place because of its $33,000 price tag. What gives you value for your money are the private elevators, huge rooms and a cocktail lounge which has space for more than 3 dozen people. Like the Royal Armleder Suite in Le Richemond, enhanced security is provided to guests in the form of bulletproof windows. The spectacular views of Lake Geneva further increase the pleasures of staying in this luxurious hotel. Former American President Mr. Wilson has also stayed at the Royal Penthouse Suite in President Wilson Hotel.

 

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons
Also in the list of biggest hotels worldwide, Four seasons Ty Warner Penthouse lands on the third spot in the Top 10 most expensive hotels list as well. Charging $34,000 per night, guests are treated to a full 360 o view of the famous skyline of New York City. Everything about this suite is dedicated to entertainment from worldwide channels streaming to your HD TV set to the grand piano complete with the pianist and a butler standing by for your orders! Nine rooms spanning almost 4300 square feet are full of exquisite furniture as well as modern accessories like the glass cut chandelier which has gotten this suite famous. Private elevators and a ride in a Maybach complete the luxurious experience of the Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons.

 

2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort

Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort
People usually send a lot on entertainment stuff when they come to Las Vegas. If you have no qualms about spending money, then the double storey Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort is the perfect to spend the night. They charge $40,000 and give you value for every single buck. You can relax in a cantilevered Jacuzzi while having terrific view of The Strip or enjoy a nap in the mirrored ceiling rotating bed the suite offers. 24 hour service from a personal butler and other such luxuries make the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort is totally worth it. It has the runner up place in the Top 10 most expensive hotel rooms.

 

1. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi

Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi
Unless you’re a celebrity who does not have to pay for his hotel bills or the world’s most richest person, paying $50,000 per night for this hotel will certainly eave a big hole in your wallet! A suite in the Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi (Athens) has more than 1100 meter square of private area which also includes a personal beach for only you to enjoy. The hotel also offers private jets, helicopters and yachts to its guests.  A butler and chef always are at your beck and call around the clock. So much stress is given to privacy that you feel like the owner of the place instead of a guest! All these amenities do justify the price tag making Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi rank number 1 in the Top 10 most expensive hotel rooms.

 

 

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