According to a market research report published by Transparency Market Research, the total revenue for the global hotel industry stood at about 55 billion dollars. In fact, each country in the world today has hotels of different star ratings, no matter how poor the country is. However, only a few countries are privileged to have the most expensive hotel suites in the world. These eye-catching hotel suites are normally reserved for the world’s richest. Usually, you may need between $50,000 and $100,000 to spend a night in some of these hotel suits, a rate that is worth it, considering the protection, state-of-the-art facilities, services, privacy, convenience, environment and other perks offered to the “exclusive guests” in these suites.
Starting from the exterior look, to the interior finishing, as well as the facilities, fixtures and fittings in these hotel suites, everything about them is top-notch and spotless, making them an “earthly paradise.” The bathrooms are normally larger than average rooms, and are extravagantly furnished. Additionally, guests in these suites are given the best services, including perks such as a concierge, in-suite hairstyling, butlers, private lifts and helipads.
To have a deeper understanding of what goes on in these hotels, let’s take a look at the 15 most expensive hotel suites in the world.
15. Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel in New York City
With a span of 12, 000 square feet, the Grand Penthouse is the largest hotel suite in New York. Featuring stunning exterior design, breathtaking interior beauty, and state-of-the-art facilities, this suite offers the most expensive accommodation in New York, at an average cost of $86,000 per night. It has a magnificent living room in its penthouse, from which guests can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding. The suite also has a rooftop terrace of 2,500 square-feet, including five bedrooms and a resplendent piano. Guests enjoy world class services from world renowned professionals. For example, in-suite hairstyling is provided by the Frederic Fekkai Salon, room menu with dishes prepared by chef Jean-Georges, and 24 hour tailoring services offered by Bergdorf Goodman.
14. Royal Penthouse, Hotel President Wilson in Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland is actually one of the cities in the world with the most luxury hotel suites. Standing out among there hotels is Hotel President Wilson, which includes a royal penthouse suite. It is a 12 bedroom suite, which offers a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva as well as the Swiss Alps. It also features a helipad, panic room, armored doors, executive boardroom, chef, private elevator, pricey art collection, bulletproof glass and a dining room with about 26 seats. Given the comfort, security, privacy and world class services offered in the suite, the business has repeatedly attracted VIPs, power players, and popular world billionaires, including Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and Richard Branson, who have had to part with approximately $59,000 per night to enjoy the facilities.
13. Delana Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island Fiji
If you think that you are affluent enough to spend a night in a suite costing $55,000 in Fiji then you should head to Delana Hilltop Estate, which offers guests an opportunity to enjoy nature from their suite. Since the suite is built on top of Laucala’s Nawi Mountain, guests can have panoramic views of the surroundings, which includes beautiful white sand beaches, rainforest jungles, and coconut grooves.
Delana Hilltop Estate also has infinity pools, aglow with lights shining from Tiki torche, while its thatch roofs bring out its uniqueness. The surrounding gardens on the other hand offer a perfect escape for nature lovers.
12. The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens
The Royal Villa Grand is a three bedroom suite located at Cape Sounio on the margin of the Aegean Sea. Located close to the sea, the hotel makes a perfect home for beach lovers who can afford the $50,000 per night rate. In addition to the magnificent beach, guests are treated to top-notch facilities such as a gym, massage area and garden. If you want a more personalized stay, you can request for the services of a personal pianist, trainer, butler and chef. Lastly, you can move around the city in style thanks to the readily available limousine and helicopter services, provided you make the call.
11. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel in NYC
The Ty Warner Penthouse suite in the Four Seasons measures about 4,300 square feet. It features large single-paned windows, and four cantilevered glass balconies. From its penthouse, guests can enjoy stunning sweeping views of New York City. The business has not only invested in exterior aesthetics, but has also ensured that the interior exudes an aura of class, style, and tranquility. The deco is characterized by 18th century Japanese silk cushions, artwork of artists with an international reputation, and a library that is stocked with books on art and culture.
10. Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite, Indian Raj Palace Hotel in Jaipur
To enjoy a night’s stay at the Indian Raj Palace Hotel, you will need to part with $45,000. The hotel, which is located in Jaipur, covers an area of 16,000 square feet, and is decorated with Italian marble floors, lavishly furnished with ornate mirrors, ivory, silver, stucco and gold leaf. In addition to earning you a serene stay, your $45,000 will give you access to a menu offered by well trained chefs, six bedrooms, theatre, a splendid dining room and theatre, among others.
9. Shangri La Suite, Shangri La Bosphorus in Istanbul
Located in Istanbul, which is one of the most popular historic cities across the globe, Shangi La Suite has all it takes to meet the requirements of rich individuals who are keen on class and style. Basically, it is a two bedroom suite, featuring a living room, three private terraces, spatial bathroom embellished with clad marble and Bulgari toiletries. From the comfort of your room, you have a stunning view of the Bosphorus Strait, and you can enjoy the sea breeze at a cost of $38,700 per night.
8. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes in Cannes, France
Grand Hyatt Cannes is located in Cannes, a resort on France’s Mediterranean coast. For $41,000, guests are allowed to use the suite’s pricey four bedrooms, two dining rooms, and two living rooms each, which are lavishly decorated and furnished with furniture, fixtures and fittings of the highest quality. The 17,976 square-feet penthouse has a private beach for beach enthusiasts, which can be easily accessed from the suite’s 3,122-square-foot terrace. It also provides sweeping views of the bay and Boulevard de la Croisette.
7. St. Regis Presidential Suite in New York City
St. Regis is a presidential suite located in New York City, and is adorned with spacious balconies from where guests can look on to the Central Park and Fifth Avenue. Its full length windows that reach to the ceiling starting from the floor are one of its unique and distinguishing features. It also has a rich interior decor with a perfect mix of contemporary and classic furniture. The very spacious entrance welcomes you to a wood-panelled library and a living room. For just $35,000 a night in the suite, you will enjoy all exemplary services, and ambience, coupled with butler services, as well as chauffeur services in a Bentley.
6. Amanyara Villa in Turks and Caicos Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands are a great location to enjoy a summer holiday. To make your visit even better, if you can afford it, consider spending $34,000 a night to stay at the Amanyara Villa. The word Amanyara means a peaceful place, and this is exactly what guests experience at the villa. It is well designed and richly equipped with world class facilities, which constitute of private ponds, infinity pools, large decks, outdoor showers, day beds, and evergreen landscapes. It also features a golf cart. In case you need a personalized meal, feel free to request for a chef.
5. Royal Two Bedroom Suite, The Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah in Dubai
Dubai is known for its luxury accommodations, and one of the most expensive suites in the city is the Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah, which spans over 8,396-square-feet, and costs $27,000 a night. The two bedrooms in the suites are equipped with posture-controlled king beds, remote curtains, Eiderdown duvets and Egyptian cotton. The room also has a library, an elevator, and cinema room to entertain you after a desert safari from earlier in the day. From their windows, guests enjoy incredible far-reaching views of the Arabian Gulf. This location is very ideal for personalities who value their privacy because it offers a discreet check-in and chauffeur services in tinted Rolls-Royce.
4. The Apartment, Hotel Connaught in London
Hotel Connaught is located in Mayfair district, London. It offers accommodation at the cost of $24,000 per night, a rate that is commensurate with the experience. Its decor reflects royalty, thanks to the bold purple French styled doors in the rooms, which are styled with high ceilings, long corridors and stunning lavender color schemes. The apartment has a bar where guests can eat well prepared dishes by Helene Darroze, and wash them down with classic cocktails and rich wines. Lastly, this is the place to be when you want to relax, undisturbed, thanks to the in-house Aman Spa, where guests receive the best treat to reinvigorate themselves after hard work.
3. Dome Penthouse, Hotel Cafe Royal in London
The Dome Suite is one of the lodging facilities with the highest price tag in London. This suite is richly furnished to help guests get a well deserved rest. Additionally, the place offers just the perfect treatment for businessmen who want to play hard. The environment has set the mood for partying, as the DJ gives the best of sounds. With LED lights aglow at night, it is a nice location to stage events, concerts, and other types of shows. To cement its reputation as the ultimate entertainment hotel, guests have a choice to watch movies in their amazingly designed theatre when they are too tired to party.
2. Dolder Grand Hotel, Kurhausstrasse, Zurich
Located in Kurhausstrasse, Zurich, Dolder Grand Hotel features suite 100, which is a suitable accommodation for affluent guests that like to have serene moments in well furnished rock n roll rooms. The room features breathtaking black and pink décor, which is reminiscent of the 1960’s. The suite also has an expansive private terrace from where guests can look on to the Swiss Alps, and enjoy far reaching views of Lake Zurich too. After an adventurous day touring the city, enjoy an amazing and relaxing experience in the richly equipped sauna, steam room or whirlpool, before devouring a sumptuous meal at the royalty themed dining room.
1. Penthouse Suite, Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam
Conservatorium Hotel is one of the popular hotels in Amsterdam, Holland, especially its penthouse suite. Lavishly designed, the suite offers unimaginable comfort to guests, thanks to its state-of-the-art amenities and facilities, which include floor-to-ceiling windows, deep soaking bathtub, super-large 80-inch monitor screen, free Wifi and large separate living area. If you are in the mood, you can watch your favourite shows in your room, or alternatively get the best massage treatment in the suite’s private treatment room. Guests can also enjoy sweeping views of Amsterdam, from the suite’s well lighted space. Lastly, if you love being up to date with the latest news, even when you are away from home, fret not, guests receive a complimentary newspaper.
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