Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites In The World

  • on January 22, 2022
Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites In The World

A common saying is, “Money cannot buy happiness.” True, money can make your life more royal. Even if you do not wear the crown of the king or sit with the members of the court in the royal court, you have to think of yourself as royal if you spend money, even if it is only for one night. And this feeling can be given by the most luxurious, as well as the most expensive suites of the most expensive hotels in the world. Here is a list of the 10 most expensive suites in the world today, in which you have to spend 3 million to 6 million dollars for a single night!

1. The Palm’s Empathy Suite

The world’s most expensive hotel suite was not in the top ten list of the most expensive hotel suites even 2 years ago. The renovation of the suite at the Palm’s Hotel in Las Vegas, USA, has cost 690 million over the past two years. Designed by British architect Damien Hurst, the hotel suite is now a heavenly room on earth. Because, when you enter this huge suite of 9000 square feet, it may seem that you have entered not the hotel, but the artist’s work of art! Built over a large area, it has only two bedrooms, a salt relax room, a massage table, a lovely jacuzzi, a balcony with a beautiful swimming pool and two bathrooms. Wondering, then, what is the cost behind it? The cost is entirely on its makeup. The whole suite is decorated with the most luxurious furniture in the world. There are salty paintings of famous painters. The price of a glass of wine in the minibar of the suite is hundreds of dollars! Floor carpets are also the most expensive in the whole of America and Europe. If you want to stay overnight in this artistic suite, you have to pay 1 lakh dollars.

2. The Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson

Many have a hobby of spending the night in a hotel where a celebrity or a celebrity has once spent the night. If you do not have financial problems then the Royal Penthouse Suite in Geneva is for you, where people like Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson have spent the night. The scenery that can be enjoyed from the roof of this hotel suite can be found in very few hotels in the world. Located across the upper floors of the President Wilson Hotel, this penthouse is a place where you can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Lake Geneva. There are also telescopes for eye contact in the cloudy night sky. This luxurious penthouse has a total of 12 bedrooms, each with an expensive marble bathroom, a fitness room, a library, a bar, a large dining room with a lovely piano and billiard table. This self-contained penthouse has bulletproof glass windows for security. And to enjoy the beauty of Lake Geneva outside in this bulletproof glass, you have to spend 60 thousand dollars every night.

3. Mark Hotel Penthouse

Located opposite Central Park, New York, the largest penthouse in the United States, the Mark Hotel Penthouse is the third most expensive hotel suite in the world. Spending one night in this lovely 10,000-square-foot penthouse costs $75,000! Located on the first 2 floors of the Mark Hotel from above, the penthouse has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, 1 library lounge, 1 dining room, 2 powder rooms, and 2 bars. There is also a 2,500 square foot roof. Legendary French designer Jack Grange designed this penthouse with a finishing touch of modern luxury and splendor. Many of the furnishings here are also designed in grange designs, which are not commonly found anywhere else. The roof overlooks the entire city, as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

4. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Canon Hotel Martinez

Located on the 6th floor of the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, there is a much larger penthouse in France than this 300 square foot penthouse. But no one is close to the edge of luxury. The entire hotel suite is decorated with all the luxurious furniture and the walls are adorned with paintings by painters like Picasso, Van Gogh, and Mattis. The penthouse has 4 bedrooms, a marble bathroom, 280 square feet roof, a swimming pool, a gym, and a nice garden. All in all, spending $53,000 a night on this luxurious hotel suite would not seem like a waste at all.

5. Tie Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons

If you want to see New York City from afar, you have to go to the Four Seasons Hotel, which has the largest and tallest penthouse in the United States on the 52nd floor. The 400-square-meter hotel suite is named after Ty Warner, a wealthy businessman who owns it. Built at a cost of ৫০ 50 million, this penthouse offers 360 ° views of New York City, thanks to the glass and sophisticated glass porches surrounding the hotel suites. This penthouse is not for family living. It has a single bedroom with a private spa, 4 glass verandas, a spacious bathroom, a private elevator, a lovely Rolls-Royce for a trip to the hotel, and a million-dollar wardrobe, which is probably the most expensive wardrobe in the world! And so if you want to stay here, I want to spend 50 thousand dollars per night.

6. The Hilltop Villa, Fiji

Hilltop Villar Penthouse, located on Laukala Island in Fiji, ranks 6th on the list. This island of Fiji can be called a bit of a natural Eden. And the swimming pool, centered around the penthouse, adds to the beauty of the narrow streets. Built on 4 acres of land, this huge villa has a penthouse as well as a general hotel room. However, the penthouse is unique because of its special features. The penthouse is a combination of three separate penthouses designed to accommodate the whole family. The three penthouses, Delena, Dua, and Rua, are designed to look like a penthouse inside a single complex. Delena is the largest penthouse with two bedrooms, a library, a large swimming pool, a fountain, and a veranda. Both the Dua and Rua penthouses have one bedroom each. Rua also has a small swimming pool. The rent of this suite for $45,000 per night.

7. The Grand Riyadh, Marrakech

Named after King Mohammed VI of Morocco, the most expensive and royal suite at the Royal Mansour Luxury Hotel in Marrakesh is The Grand Riyadh. Built-in Moroccan architecture, the 3-story hotel suite has a total area of ​​1,600 square meters, making it the largest hotel suite in the world. 4 bedrooms, a mini cinema hall, gym, Moroccan hammam, pool, and spacious terrace – all in all this hotel suite is one of the best. At the back of the vast Royal Mansur Hotel, this suite is built in a very secluded, secluded spot from the main hotel. This hotel suite is considered to be the safest and most attractive, especially for celebrities. Because the privacy here is more than any hotel in the world. The hotel is thought to have housed hundreds of international stars, but there is no such list, so much secrecy has been given to this suite! It costs $43,500 per night.

8. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala de Vol

The most expensive penthouse suite in the famous Italian hotel ‘Cala de Vol’ is ranked eighth on the list. The main attraction of this huge penthouse suite of 2,600 square feet is its rooftop swimming pool and dining room. Enjoying the scenery of the Costa Smeralda River next door will double the fun of eating here. This spacious suite has three bedrooms, two swimming pools, a bar, a lovely sundial, a jacuzzi, a fountain, a balcony, a fitness room, and a myriad of fancy furniture. The rent is $41,000 per night.

9. Royal Suite, Plaza Hotel

Located within the Plaza building in the big apple, the Royal Suite is intended to accommodate one person. In this suite with only one bedroom, it is possible to party with 15/20 guests. There are lovely bars for partying, a large party room, and a dining room. There is also a fitness room, library and swimming pool. However, its biggest attraction is its only bedroom, which many call the most expensive bedroom in the world. Decorated with all the luxurious furniture, this room and its bathroom walls have eye-catching craftsmanship made using 24-carat gold. To stay during this most costly room within the world, you’ve got to pay forty thousand bucks per night.

10. Faina Hotel Penthouse

Miami Beach in the United States is a name of love for seafarers. The penthouse of Fayena Hotel located on the seaside is, therefore, a dream for any mariner. The spacious long balcony with 5 bedrooms and the floor-to-ceiling glass windows make this suite unique. Due to its proximity to the sea, it has no swimming pool, although it has all the facilities to enjoy the view of the beach to the maximum. Designed by film director Buzz Lurman and set designer Katherine Martin, the penthouse suite costs $39,000 per night.

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