Have you ever wondered which are the most expensive hotels in the world? While the majority of us probably have to settle for a simple hostel, motel, or two-star hotel, the rich and famous can afford the most extravagant and expensive accommodations around the world. Spending the night at any of the ten hotels on our list costs around five figures, so most of us are probably never going to enjoy more than their lobbies.
If you are into luxurious travelling, make sure you check out our list on the 8 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World, some of which can likely be found in the most expensive hotels in the world on the coming list. Others however take up their glamorous residence in hotels that could be affordable for more than just the wealthiest in the world, though those particular rooms are most certainly not, and can run into the tens of thousands of dollars for a single night’s stay.
Are you curious now about the most expensive hotels in the world? Let’s take a look at the countdown and sate that curiosity.
10. Burj Al Arab
One night at the Royal Suite of the luxurious Dubai hotel can amount to $22,900. For that stunning price guests can enjoy Hermès bath products, a rotating bed, Jacuzzis, a private butler, professional wardrobe help, a personal elevator, a cinema and even a 24-carat gold iPad.
Believe it or not, accommodations can get even more luxurious and expensive than the Burj Al Arab, as you’ll see when you keep reading our countdown of the most expensive hotels in the world.