For most people, choosing a hotel largely comes down to price, so they are uninterested in the various features that come with the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. While it may be more expensive to stay in certain locations, as you can see in our rankings of the top 15 most expensive countries in the world, this list factors in the options for those who don’t care about the expensiveness of a particular region.
In other words, if you had an unlimited amount of money, where would you stay? As the number of millionaires in the world continues to rise, there are more and more people who are willing to break the bank on a hotel room. Across the world, hotels compete to provide a room for guests with the most unique and luxurious options available. Many times, these individual rooms can cost almost as much, if not more, than the rest of the entire property.
Ever wondered what you actually get for upwards of $50,000 per night? Ready to plan your billionaire lifestyle? Lets take a look at the most expensive hotel rooms in the world and reveal what could be awaiting you in the future.
8. Royal Plaza Suite at the Plaza Hotel
This hotel, located in downtown New York City, offers its most expensive suite for $30,000 per night. For that money, you get three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and beautiful views of Manhattan. It even has an entertainment area fully equipped with a piano, mini-Movie Theater, and a 12 person private library.
Paris is the next stop on our list of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. See you there on the next page.
7. Four Seasons Hotel George V
The most expensive suite offered in this luxurious hotel in Paris, France, goes for $30,700, and it looks more like someone’s full time apartment than a hotel room. There are three bedrooms, and each has a large bath, sauna, steam room, king-size beds and walk-in closets.
6. Sky Villa At the Palms Casino Resort
While there are a myriad of ways in which you can spend your money on upper echelon experiences in Las Vegas, this hotel room provides the pinnacle of Las Vegas excess, at $40,000 per night. Among the many things included in this room is a glass enclosed jacuzzi pool that overlooks the whole city.
5. Royal Villa At the Grand Resort Lagonissi
This hotel, located in Athens, Greece, offers a room for $45,000 that looks out at the Aegean Sea. Yet, not only does this hotel provide the usual amenities, it has a private area specifically for your butler to operate in comfort as well. The location and views are largely responsible for this being one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.
4. Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at The Four Seasons
This room comes in as the most expensive option in New York City, at $45,000 per night. This unique experience gives you a hotel room that is covered in windows and glass, giving you a view of the city at all times from every angle imaginable. It also comes with butler service, a personal trainer, and Japanese silk pillows from the 18th century.
3. Presidential Suite at the Grand Hyatt Martinez Cannes
At $51,800 per night, this hotel located in France gives you an old school feel of royalty. It has famous artwork and old-style terraces and columns with a view of the Bay of Cannes. Its location is largely the reason behind the enormous price tag, but its old-school vibe doesn’t limit the impressiveness of what this room provides. It comes with four bathrooms that each have hydrotherapy options as well as two rooftop gardens. This suite combines elegance and tradition to gain its place as one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.
2. Shahi Mahal Suite At the Raj Palace
The second most expensive hotel room in the world comes from Jaipur, India, at a price of $60,000 per night. This is actually a bargain at the moment, as this room will likely cost more once the infinity pool and garden are added to it. One interesting note about this room is that it has its own astrology room and staff to help you.
1. Royal Penthouse Suite At the Hotel President Wilson
Our most expensive hotel room in the world comes from Geneva, Switzerland. This room costs up to $83,200 a night, and combines inner luxury with the natural beauty that the landscape provides. The room overlooks the Swiss Alps and Lake Geneva, both picturesque views, and comes with a private staff, including a personal assistant, chef and butler to help you fully enjoy all that the suite has to offer. The totality of the luxury offered in this suite makes it the most expensive hotel room in the world.