I know what you’re thinking, how the hell can I possibly afford such a thing? Well, you can’t, but that shouldn’t stop you from taking a little peek, should it? Nah!
Here is a list of 10 of the most expensive suites our planet has to offer. Considering the cheapest of them is $15.5k per night, it isn’t likely anyone reading this post will visit any of them, but you must admit that the rich have it good!
10. $ 15,500 a night – Imperial Suite
Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme – Paris, France
Located on the second floor of the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme, this imperial suite occupies an area of 230 square meters equipped withhigh ceilings, a dining room, kitchen and a bar. Parisian guests who are tired of walking can relax in their own private spa room located within the suite. There is also a sauna, jacuzzi, massage table.
9. $ 16,000 a night – Royal Suite
Hotel Four Seasons George V – Paris, France
8. $ 17,500 a night – Royal Suite
Hotel Le Richemond – Geneva, Switzerland
The Royal Suite in Le Richemond just opened its door back in 2007 after a long restoration effort of its seventh floor.Decorated with gold mosaics and a terrace of over 90 square meters, guests are greeted with breathtaking views of Geneva and the surrounding Alps.
7. $ 18,000 a night – Royal Suite
Hotel Burj Al Arab – Dubai, UAE
This two-story suite has an intricate grand staircase, marble floors, mahogany furniture and a sumptuous rotating bed. Guests can enjoy beauty products from Hermes, aromas of Faubourg, an elevator and their very own cinema. In addition to all this, guests are provided with a chauffeured Rolls Royce or a helicopter.
6. $ 18,200 per night – Ritz-Carlton Suite
Hotel The Ritz-Carlton – Moscow, Russia
Guests staying here are given exquisite luxuries and security. Floor-to-ceiling windows, grand furniture, heated floor, a grand piano and a library. 760 square meters with views of the Kremlin and Red Square. Five meals a day, its own system of energy supply and Security Telecommunications approved by the KGB.
5. $ 25,000 per night – Bridge Suite
The Atlantis – Bahamas
Their Bridge Suite, which consists of 10 rooms at The Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, connects the hotels 2 enormous towers. According to Forbes magazine, this room has seen such honorable guests as Oprah Winfrey (Oprah Winfrey) and Michael Jackson (Michael Jackson).
4. $ 33,000 a night – Royal Penthouse Suite
President Wilson Hotel – Geneva, Switzerland
When the 28th U.S. President, Woodrow Wilson , was suffering from high blood pressure, he sought out a highly tranquil setting, the Royal Penthouse suite at this hotel. Located on the top floor, this four-room suite can comfortably accommodate up to 40 guests in its cocktail lounge-room. This suite is considered to be the finest Geneva has to offer, regularly accommodating the UN’s demanding companions.
3. $ 34,000 per night – Ty Warner Penthouse
Hotel Four Seasons – New York, USA
With glass walls, views of Manhattan at 360 degrees from the highest hotel in New York, visitors will leave with an ecstatic sense of accomplishment.
The nine-room suite has walls decorated with pearls, gold and platinum. A private butler will tend to your every need, and if you’re bored you can watch a TV with every channel our planet has to offer.
2. $ 40,000 per night – Hugh Hefner Sky Villa
Hotel Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas, USA
This themed Hugh Hefner Suite is done in pure Playboy style. With more than three thousand square meters on two floors, a 24 hour butler and, of course, a rotating bed under a mirrored ceiling, any true playboy will have the time of his life.
1. $ 50,000 per night – Royal Villa
Grand Resort Lagonissi – Athens, Greece
The Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi provides guests with all they can imagine and wish. The only people you meet while relaxing in your private heated pool, sauna or on a secluded beach is a dedicated butler, chef and a personal pianist.