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Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World

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The extremely wealthy are all used to living in their lavish mansions and palaces, and will definitely expect the same high standards when they’re away from home. Just any hotel room won’t suffice, that’s why all the top tier establishments have that one special suite for their most prominent guests. Of course, all this comes at quite a cost, as we are about to show you.

10.  Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas has one of the more distinctive suites on the list, designed to appeal to the all ballers (pun intended!) out there who are willing to spend $25,000 on a hotel room. The 10,000-square-foot Hardwood Suite features a 30’ by 30’ hardwood basketball court, as well as a professional locker room to really get a feel of that NBA atmosphere.

Apart for these, the suite also includes less unusual features like 24-hour butler service, full bar, a well-appointed lounge with a dance floor and even a pool table.

9. St. Regis Mauritius Villa, Island of Mauritius

Luxury hotel chain St. Regis added their well-known brand of refinement and sophistication to the naturally beautiful place that is the Island of Mauritius, thus creating the amazing experience that is the St. Regis Mauritius Villa. It offers its guests all the luxurious amenities and services you’d expect from the best big city hotels, from butler service, to heated infinity pool, to full multi-media entertainment systems, but in the middle of the Indian Ocean, at a stone’s throw from a private white sandy beach and a turquoise lagoon.

A day in this little piece of paradise costs $30,000.

8. Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

The Penthouse Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris is elegant and luxurious, yet welcoming in a way that gives it the feel of being a private residence (one that will cost you $30,700 per night, that is). It provides a breathtaking 360-view from its balconies, probably one of the best you’ll get of the City of Lights.

It features luxurious finishes and furnishings, an exquisite blend of old and new. Each of its three bedrooms comes with a spacious walk-in wardrobe and oversized marble bathrooms (complete with a steam room and sauna).

6.-7. Presidential Suite, St. Regis New York, New York City

St. Regis New York is the flagship of the famous luxury hotel chain. Its best suite is the recently redesigned $35,000 Presidential Suite. In addition to a great view of nearby Central Park (thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows and large balconies), it boasts formal dining room, living room, exquisite wood-paneled library, numerous bedrooms and bathrooms, and a full kitchen.

There is also 24-hour access to the services of English-style butlers, as well as the hotel’s Bentley Mulsanne.

6.-7. Royal Suite, St. Regis Saddiyah Island Resort, Abu Dhabi

The Royal Suite at the St. Regis Saddiyat Island Resort in Abu Dhabi is the largest, most luxurious hotel suite in the United Arab Emirates, occupying the top two floors of the hotel’s west wing. At $35,000 a night, it is a 22,600-square-foot palace, with three individual bedrooms, a private study, a mini-cinema, and a games room with also has a billiard table. The dining room can seat up to 2 people, while the living room features a Steinway piano. There’s also a spacious terrace offering a breathtaking view of the Persian Gulf, as well as an outdoor swimming pool.

5. Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

The aptly named two-story Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas offers a great view of the Vegas Strip, but you don’t pay $40,000 a night just to see the pretty lights from a glass enclosed cantilevered pool. The Sky Villa is 9000-square-feet of pure luxury, with its own private glass elevator, private terraces, a massage room, a fitness room, a dry sauna and 24-hour butler service. If you get bored with the views, watch whatever you want on the suite’s 11 LCD and Plasma TVs.

4. Ty Warner Suite, Four Seasons Hotel, New York City

The Ty Warner Suite sits atop of the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in New York. The Four Seasons is the tallest hotel in Manhattan, which means the Ty Warner Suite provides amazing views of the Big Apple’s skyline, with its four glass balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Apart from this, the $45,000 a night will get you a zen room, calfskin-lined walls in the wardrobe, an invisible audio system, a spa room, a private entrance, butler service, a personal trainer, and even a chauffeured Rolls Royce.

3. Presidential Suite, Grand Hyatt Hotel Martinez, Cannes

The Grand Hyatt Hotel Martinez sits on La Croisette in Cannes and is regarded as one of the most prestigious hotels on the Riviera. Its Presidential Suite is the most exclusive and expensive, featuring two bedrooms, two studies, a lounge, a dining room, two saunas and four bathrooms, each with a hydrotherapy bath and a Turkish bath.

And if all of this wasn’t enough, guests paying $51,800 per night can also enjoy the rooftop gardens, with century-old olive trees and a Jacuzzi, while art-lovers will also enjoy works by Picasso, Dufy, Stael and Matisse.


2. Shahi Mahal Suite, Raj Palace, Jaipur

The Raj Palace in Jaipur, India is regarded as one of the finest heritage hotels in world. It used to be a royal residence, but today it is open to all, as long as you have the resources of a maharajah, especially if you want to stay at the Shahi Mahal Suite.

While currently under renovation, it is scheduled for reopening later this year, when it will once again welcome dazzle its guests with its unparalleled extravagance. The $60,000 a night suite features 6 bedrooms, a dining room, private theater, a sprawling library and even its own kitchen staff.

1. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

The Royal Penthouse Suite is not so much a hotel room, as it is a mansion built on top of Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson. It boasts an incredible 12 sumptuous rooms, in addition to 12 marble bathrooms and comes with all the luxurious amenities you can imagine, such as the Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-103 flat-screen TV with sound system, a Steinway grand piano a billiards table and even a private gym.

Throw in a fantastic view of the serene Lake Geneva and the majestic Swiss Alps, and you get one of the most expensive rooms in the world, where one night will set you back $83,200.

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Brody Patterson

Brody has been working as a digital deputy editor for Luxatic for a very long time now, specializing in content related to health and fitness, adventure, travel and gear reviews.

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