|Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in The World|
Have you ever dreamed of spending a relaxing night at a
luxury hotel? Or maybe planning a romantic evening or a honeymoon where you want
to impress your beloved? What would you want included? A gorgeous view? A large
comfy bed? A Jacuzzi? A personal butler?
10. The Penthouse Suite, The Martinez Hotel, Cannes
This is the biggest, most expensive, and the only terraced
penthouse suite on the Cote d’Azur. Both of the two suites has a Jacuzzi, plasma
screen televisions, DVD library, kitchen, open bar, private butler on call 24/7
(ditto for a limousine), and an option to join both suites into one big
apartment. The luxury has no limit here – the design is kept in the Art Deco
style, with streamlined furniture, silk curtains and teak parquet floors.
9. Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton Moscow
The floor-to-ceiling windows in the Ritz-Carlton Suite will give you the most
beautiful views of the Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, and Christ
the Savior Cathedral. The furnishings are in a Classic Russian Imperial style.
The 2,500 square-foot suite comes with a spacious living room, dining area,
library, office room and boardroom, grand piano, and heated floor.
8. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The two-story, 8,400-square- foot suite features views over the Arabian sea,
marble flooring, a rotating four-poster bed in the master bedroom, dining area,
and a private cinema and elevator between the split-level rooms.
7. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt, Vendôme, Paris
This pricey suite is located on the 5th floor and takes 200-sq.-meters. A 60-sq.-meter balcony is overlooking the Rue de la Paix, with an outstanding view of the Vendôme column. The Imperial Suite has high ceilings, a dining room, kitchenette, bar, and a mansard roof. It also includes in-suite spa with whirlpool bath, steam room shower and a built-in massage table. Also included are high-speed Internet access and a computer with flat screen monitor, multi-line telephones, and a separate work area to help you enjoy the work process.
The Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge that connects the two Royal
Towers buildings, so it overlooks the entire resort and marina. An 800 square
foot balcony and 12-foot high ceilings throughout with full length windows allow
you to enjoy a 360 view of the water, lagoons and pools in Paradise Island. We
can make a guess that most of the price is paid for the location of the suite.
Forbes reports the suite has hosted guests including Oprah, Michael Jackson,
Celine Dion, and Bill Gates.
The suite is located on the 53rd floor above Tokyo with spectacular views that
include the Imperial Palace outer gardens and Roppongi Hills.
Nightly Rate: $29,000
The suite is located on the fifth and sixth floor underneath the cupola of the
hotel which was made famous by Fellini’s movies. It covers 6,099 square feet and
has an additional 1,808 square feet of balconies and terraces. While it only has
two bedrooms, five more can be joined to it. The entire suite was just remodeled
in 1998 for a cost of around $7 million. So now you will have all things Roman
and excessive – a cupola, a Pompeii-style Jacuzzi pool, frescoes (the painted
horizons on the frescoes were designed to match perfectly with the real Roman
one), stained glass windows, and almost 2,000 feet of balcony space including a
sun deck overlooking the Via Veneto district.
The $50 million Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons in NY was designed by
legendary architect I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and hotel owner Ty Warner.
If anyone knows how to vacation in Las Vegas, that will be Hugh Hefner. Even though he is known as a homebody he has spent a few nights away from the mansion at the Sky Villa. The suite itself was built to model the original playboy mansion; it also incorporates elements derived from a vintage Playboy magazine article about the ultimate bachelor pad. The suite cost roughly $10 million to build but the high-rollers can rent it for a small $40,000 a night. Everything screams S-E-X-Y at the Sky Villa. The two-story 9,000 square foot Villa includes a glass elevator, a rotating bed set beneath a mirrored ceiling, and a glass wall Jacuzzi that extends out over the hotel and offers amazing Strip views, around-the-clock butler service, massage and spa rooms, work-out room and poker table, fireplace, three bedrooms, and pop-up plasma TVs.Sorry, Bunnies not included.
The Imperial Suite, which is actually an entire top floor of the hotel, is
reached via a private elevator and has four bedrooms, six bathrooms with mosaic
marble floor, a cocktail lounge and a terrace with a dramatic view through the
bulletproof windows over the city, Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc — all of which
overlook Lake Geneva. The suite is decorated in a contemporary style, with
marble and hardwood floors. The living room has a billiards table, a library and
a cocktail lounge with a view of the water fountain, and can accommodate 40
people. The dining room seats 26 people around an oval mahogany table.
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