World’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

World’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

Most of us have simple demands when it comes to travel lodging– a bed, a bathroom, a TV and wi-fi. There are others, however, whose demands far eclipse the simple convenience of your basic hotel room. When the world’s most wealthy travelers take a vacation for their own, they are treated to suites that cover entire floors of a hotel building, rooms that include a personal butler, hell– some even come with their own private helicopter. Take a peek into the experience of the world’s most wealthy travelers.

Here’s Top 10 lists of the Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World.

1 – Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi

Athens, Greece ($50,000 a night)

The Grand Resort’s Royal Villa gives the world’s most exclusive guests a private version of everything imaginable. The only other people lucky guests have to see while secluded in their heated pool, steam room or private beach is the suite’s dedicated butler, chef and pianist.

2 – Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort

Las Vegas ($40,000 a night)

Hugh Hefner’s Playboy-themed suite at the Palms Casino resort has a $700,000 jacuzzi that cantilevers out above the Las Vegas strip. The 10,000 square-foot, two-story suite comes with around-the-clock butler service and a rotating bed set beneath a mirrored ceiling.

3 – Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons

New York ($34,000 a night)

The Ty Warner Penthouse practically floats in Manhattan. Floor-to-ceiling windows surround all sides of the massive suite, surrounding guests in 360-degree views of the city skyline from atop Manhattan’s tallest hotel. The nine-room suite has walls inlayed with mother of pearl, gold and platinum-woven fabrics, and the room itself includes a private butler, unlimited global calling and TVs programmed to receive every channel in the entire world.

4 – Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel

Geneva, Switzerland ($33,000 a night)

President Woodrow Wilson reportedly suffered from high blood pressure, so it’s safe to assume he would have appreciated a stress-free stay at President Wilson Hotel’s Royal Penthouse Suite. Consuming the entire top floor of the hotel, the four-bedroom suite can hold up to 40 guests in its cocktail lounge and is said to be the best digs for heads of state wanting to make an impression when they’re in town on United Nations business.

5 – Bridge Suite at The Atlantis

Paradise Island, Bahamas ($25,000 a night)

The 10-room Bridge Suite at Bahamian resort The Atlantis fills the entire space linking the hotel complex’s two flagship towers. Forbes reports the suite has hosted guests including Oprah and Michael Jackson.

6 – Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton

Moscow, Russia ($18,200)

Floor-to-ceiling windows outline the Ritz-Carlton Suite at the hotel chain’s Moscow location. Imperial furniture fills the 2,500 square-foot suite, which comes with a heated floor, a grand piano and a library. The suite has views of the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral and visitors get to enjoy five meals a day and their very own KGB-approved autonomous energy supply system and secure telecommunications array.

7 – Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab

Dubai, United Arab Emirates ($18,000 a night)

A two-story suite that centers around an epic staircase, Burj Al Arab’s Royal Suite has Carrara marble floors, mahogany furniture and a master bedroom with a rotating four-post canopy bed. Guests enjoy Hermes bathroom products, Faubourg fragrances, their own private elevator and cinema and for a bit extra– a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce or helicopter.

8 – Royal Armleder Suite, Le Richemond

Geneva, Switzerland ($17,500 a night)

Le Richemond’s Royal Armleder Suite reopened in 2007 after an extensive restoration of the hotel’s seventh floor, which the luxury suite occupies the entirety of. The suite is bedecked in gold, mosaics and parquet floors and has a 300 square-foot terrace with stunning views of Geneva and the nearby Alps.

9 – Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V

Paris, France ($16,000 a night)

The George V in Paris boasts a pair of “sumptuous” Royal Suites that each come with private terraces and rooms filled with antique furniture. Each suite has a marble entrance, a full kitchen, a sauna and a separate bathroom for guests. The expensive 2,600 square-foot suites are split into separate spaces for sleeping and entertaining, both of which also have a private office.

10 – Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt-Vendôme

Paris, France ($15,500 a night)

Situated on the second floor of the Park Hyatt-Vendôme’s Haussmanian building is the hotel’s 750 square-foot Imperial Suite. Thise pricey suite has high ceilings, a dining room, kitchenette and bar. When visitors tire of toiling, they relax with an “In Suite Spa” that comes outfitted with a steam room, Whirlpool and built-in massage table.

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  1. cagayandeoro says:

    Wew, even if I work 24 hours, 7 days a week and earn my annual income, I think I could not afford to stay in this kind of hotels. They really offer grandeur of elegance, exclusively for the rich people. Such an amazing place for a very remarkable price.

    Mariel from Cagayan de Oro (

  2. If I could only even just set foot in one of these, it would make my life complete. So I better start working towards that goal. => On the other hand, I’d be happy with whatever I have.

  3. You should have included the Empire Suite of The Empire Hotel and Country Club in Brunei. The suite costs B$26,000.00 (Brunei dollar) or around US$21,000 (US dollar) per night according the published info.

  4. Pal Raine says:

    Weeeeh…this place is so relaxing but it is too expensive.

  5. Jerwel De Perio says:

    Too expensive. It’ll be just a dream for me. I think?

  6. rc gweniful says:

    oh my, ridiculous prices. can’t help but think that whoever stays in any of these hotel rooms has no heart. just donate or use the money in worthwhile causes.

  7. Yaks, ang mamahal naman. But If my sponsor ako, then go ako kahit saan dyan. LOL

  8. Gigi Beleno says:

    To stay in these places is worth a fortune and only the rich and famous are privileged. Hope they share their extra money as well.

  9. Jason Cruz says:

    My stay at the Royal Villa last summer was like this morning’s breakfast: I could only dream of it 😛

    On a more serious note, do check out the most expensive hotel in Brunei; you might be in for a shock 🙂 Clue: the gold fixtures at the toilet? They’re ACTUALLY gold.

  10. Mel Cole says:

    very royal looking place. i love the classic style of every angle on those rooms.

  11. Tess Chancellor says:

    expensive and cannot afford by ordinary citizen. I wait for my winning lottery ticket to book in one of this hotel room.

  12. ronleyba says:

    Costs an arm and leg to stay just for 1 night. Thanks for sharing the information though.

  13. Pehpot Pineda says:

    ah I would never and cannot imagine myself spending that much for a hotel room..

  14. I think the only entry I’m aware of in this list is the Ritz-Carlton. While this is like living the life, I’d rather spend all those money to pursue more travel or study or build my dream house :3

  15. Teresa Martinez says:

    Even for a night, I would really want my family to experience being in a hotel room which you described here and then we can go back to reality.

  16. These rooms are all awesomely expensive!! Only in my dreams, I can stay for as long as I want. 🙂

  17. $50,000 per night in a hotel in Greece! and Greece is even in crisis. This hotel should help boost the country’s economy.
    Anyway, if I had the means, I’d treat my loved ones in one of these expensive hotels in a heartbeat.

  18. wonderfullyfab says:

    oh wow! I guess I’ll only get to stay in these hotel rooms in my dreams 🙂

  19. Maria Estrella Ledesma says:

    oh my goodness! with that money, there are so many other worthwhile things that I can spend on…


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