14 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in The World in 2021 | Rooms & Villas
Looking for the most expensive hotel suites in the world? Then read this article to find out where the rich and famous stay when vacationing.
If you pay an arm and a leg for just a single night in a grand hotel, what would you expect? A personal chef? A chauffeur who’ll be ready to whisk you away at every whim? A butler who’ll be on standby to do whatever you request, even brushing your teeth?
Okay, the latter is a little far-fetched, however, the others are a true reflection of these luxurious rooms and their amenities. These are grand experiences typically reserved for the world’s top 1%, composed of royal figures, Hollywood celebrities, and more. They probably make more money sleeping than the average person does working.
Michelin star chefs, villas overlooking the ocean, or penthouses with panoramic views of the city – this is what awaits at the most expensive hotel suites in the world. Get a full overview of them below.
Palms Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, USA
Palms Resort & Casino recently received renovations and it came back featuring the single most expensive hotel suite in the world. The 5 star American hotel’s Empathy Suite is a grandiose display of luxury, featuring an around-the-clock butler and chauffeur.
It’s well-designed and features an outdoor pool that offers views of Las Vegas from hundreds of feet in the air, an extensive art collection, and a bar that accommodates 13 guests. You get a free private tour of the resort as well as a $10,000 credit to spend during your stay.
While this suite that sleeps four costs $100,000 per night, you’ll pay at least double that as you’re to stay for a minimum of two days. This makes it the most expensive hotel in the world per night.
Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
Set against the backdrop of the Mont-Blanc and offering views of Lake Geneva is the President Wilson Hotel in Switzerland. It’s home to the royal penthouse suite, one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world and Europe’s biggest hotel suite.
The accommodation and its amenities scream opulence. It features 12 bedrooms and sports a lake-facing jacuzzi, a 103-inch TV, a telescope for gazing at the stars, and more. It was made with heads of state in mind as it’s equipped with bullet-proof windows and a panic button.
When not bathing in its elegant tub standing in front of a floor-to-ceiling window, visit the La Mer Spa or the pool to loosen the knots in your body.
Expect a single night here to set you back around $80,000.
The Mark Hotel, New York City, USA
This chic penthouse is found near Manhattan and is surrounded by upscale shopping spots and is one of the most expensive suites globally. The Mark Grand Penthouse is also one of the world’s largest suites (over 10,000 feet). You pick from five bedrooms and six bathrooms to sleep and shower in, then soak up the sun in a conservatory or the rooftop terrace.
Catch a buzz at one of the two wet bars, then enjoy an intimate time around the four fireplaces with your friends or family. If you’d like to host a larger gathering, you can easily transform the dining room into a gigantic ballroom.
Everything from design to furniture here screams elegance, with marble finishes and a custom-designed kitchen.
The regal accommodation will set you back approximately $75,000 and comes equipped with a personal chef too. Feel like the King of New York – or the Duchess of Sussex – and enjoy majestic views of the Big Apple.
Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France
One of the most luxurious French hotels, Hotel Martinez, is home to this massive penthouse suite that offers a wood-paneled terrace overlooking the hotel’s private beach. The chic designed room features original paintings by Matisse and Picasso.
It has two master bedrooms, a massive living and dining room, and two bathrooms sporting marble finishes. Soak up the sun on the terrace’s sunloungers and request your 24-hour butler to bring you some delicious cuisine. Alternatively, do that from the comfort of a beach-facing jacuzzi.
For a chance to rub shoulders with Hollywood royalty during the Cannes Film Festival, you’ll have to fork out around $53,200 per night.
Four Seasons Hotel, New York, USA
The Ty Warner Penthouse holds the mantle of one of the most expensive suites in the world thanks to its splendid makeup. It sits at the top of New York’s Four Seasons Hotel and offers 360-degree scenic views of the city from four cantilevered glass balconies.
The bathroom boasts a glossy, ivory finish and you get picturesque views of New York from your bathtub. A great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city that never sleeps, relax your body in a Zen Room with a cascading waterfall. Alternatively, visit the private spa with a Chinese chromotherapy treatment infinity soak tub.
For just a reported $50,000, you get all that plus a chauffeured Rolls-Royce and a personal trainer.
Faena Miami, Miami, USA
In the United States’ favorite summer destination of Miami sits Faena Hotel’s penthouse, one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. The five bedrooms, fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony each, offer scenic views of the distant ocean.
It features a flamboyant design with ivory and marble interiors and tiger print decorations. Guests get a personal butler and a chef’s kitchen, as well as a spa to relax their bodies. If you want, you can try to emulate classic pianists with the grand piano found on-site.
A single night’s stay at one of the world’s most expensive hotels in the world will cost you $50,000.
Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Monaco
In Monaco’s Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo is the two-bedroom “The Princess Grace Suite”, named after the late consort of Monaco. The interior design of the suite is elegant and the suite has some of the Princess’ souvenirs, including her favorite poems and books.
The two-floor suite offers a majestic sea view from your bedroom, heated infinity pool, jacuzzi, and private terrace. The suite has two sitting rooms featuring large TVs, as well as spacious living and dining rooms. Spend some quiet time in the study or put your cooking skills to use in the incredible kitchen.
You can also enjoy delectable cuisine at one of three Michelin-starred restaurants, then burn off the calories at the fitness center which also features a sauna.
A night at this grand suite with private beach access will cost you around $47,000, but it does include a helicopter transfer.
Laucala Island, Fiji
Sitting on a hilltop on Laucala Island is this massive resort, which easily trumps all luxury hotels in Fiji. It’s owned by Dietrich Mateschitz, Red Bull’s CEO, and boasts untouched nature in the form of rain forests, beaches, and mangroves. It features a vast range of attractions.
Scuba diving, fishing, golfing, two massive swimming pools, 360-degree views of the ocean, horseriding, and more. This 3-bedroom villa comes with your own personal staff including a chef, nanny, and private chauffeur. You also get access to a boat and submarine for exploring the island’s marine life.
A night here will put you back approximately $45,000, which may even be considered a steal for the attractions on offer.
Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
Grand Resort Lagonissi is a Greek hotel in the capital of Athens and is an incredible resort overlooking a calm ocean. It’s also home to The Royal Villa, the hotel’s magnum opus and one of the most expensive suites in the world.
The villa has two ocean-facing master bedrooms, each equipped with a marble-finish bathroom and a fireplace. Guests are spoiled with a seafront bungalow, private pool with sunloungers, private beach, spa visits, and delicious dining choices. You also get a butler who’s there to cater to your every need during your stay in the deluxe suite.
The Royal Villa costs around $45,000 per night and frequently hosts royalty, hence the name.
Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco
The Royal Mansour, a luxury hotel in Morocco, was made for King Mohammed IV and features 53 riads, each coming with its own pool. None of the riads are as luxurious as the four-bedroom “The Grand Riad”, the most expensive hotel room here. It sports clean pink walls and is nestled between trees and dotted with plants.
The palace-sized suite offers guests their own staff, a private garden and pool, dining room and a billiards room. Visit your private fitness room or catch a flick at your private cinema with a butler available to take care of all your requests. Enjoy meals from the on-site restaurant that are prepared by a Michelin-starred chef.
A night here will set you back around $43,480.
Hotel Cala di Volpe, Porte Cervo, Italy
In Porte Cervo, you’ll find the luxurious Italian hotel, Hotel Cala di Volpe, whose three-bedroom penthouse suite is a close competitor for the most expensive room in the world. Despite a rustic look, the suite is nothing but luxurious. The bedrooms all come equipped with a bathtub, jacuzzi, and hand-painted tiles on the wall.
The room offers you a rooftop terrace and private pool to enjoy views of beautiful Costa Smeralda. Want a tan but don’t want to walk all the way to the beach? Then jump into the solarium.
Take care of your body at the fitness center with a personal trainer or at the wellness center which offers massages. End your day by enjoying Mediterranean cuisine, gourmet Sardinian dishes, and wine tasting at the hotel’s restaurant. The dining is even more rewarding thanks to the picturesque views of the bay and lush greenery on offer.
This luxurious suite costs around $41,177 per night.
BVLGARI Resort & Residences, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
For anyone looking for a truly secluded stay, the BVLGARI Resort & Residences, a luxury hotel in the United Arab Emirates, is perfect. It’s situated on a private, man-made private island shaped like a seahorse accessible by way of a 300-meter bridge from Dubai’s mainland.
The hotel’s three-bedroom Bulgari Villa has a private beach, oval pool overlooking the ocean, and elegant Italian-inspired furniture. Guests also get a home cinema with a 65-inch screen, a private gym, a security guard as well as an indoor jacuzzi. If you own a yacht, you can park it at Bulgari’s yacht club.
A night at one of the most expensive rooms in the world will cost you around $40,000.
Plaza Hotel, New York City, USA
In New York City, there aren’t many hotels as iconic as Plaza Hotel, which houses the expensive three-bedroom Royal Suite. This grand room is splendidly designed with white walls and features many luxurious amenities, including a 12-seater dining room.
The suite’s master bedroom overlooks Fifth Avenue, giving you scenic views of the human traffic below. The room has a bathroom fitted with an authentic gold fixture and heated floor, plus a private elevator and grand piano in the living room.
Make a meal in the chef’s kitchen, then burn off the calories in the fully fitted fitness room. If you need any help, be sure to ask your private butler.
For a night’s stay here, expect to pay $40,000.
Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, USA
Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace houses the three-bedroom Nobu Villa, another Las Vegas room that’s one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. It’s a safe haven that promotes an escape from Vegas’ fast-paced life with interiors inspired by Asian Zen.
Nobu Villa features a lot of deluxe amenities, including a private elevator, barbecue pit, and a terrace with views of the city. The master bedroom has its own private entrance to the zen garden and whirlpool.
When booking here, you get a full bar, a butler, and a Rolls-Royce chauffeuring service. Soothe your body with a Nobu Zen massage treatment at Qua Baths & Spa.
A stay at this spacious villa will cost you $35,000 per night.
Having read the above, you now know how the top 1% vacations. Maybe you’re inspired, or you’ve just found your next dream vacation home. Either way, staying at one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world means you’ll be spoiled with unlimited splendor.
Have your butler fulfill your every request, enjoy panoramic views of the ocean or city, or just lounge around in the most expensive hotel suites watching movies. Regardless of what you choose, it’s all worth it!
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