Most Expensive Hotels In The world

Top 10

The Grand Penthouse at The Mark

The most expensive hotel in the world is located in New York in the United States of America.  It is situated over the top 2 floors of The Mark Hotel in New York’s Upper East Side, this decadent sleek, and modern 12,000-foot square space costs US$100 000 a night.

The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson,

This extremely luxurious hotel is found in Geneva. Twelve bedrooms and their marble bathrooms, a billiard room and dining or conference room, gym and Jacuzzi and extravagant living area fill the entire eighth floor of the Hotel President Wilson. It also has the Steinway grand piano and marvel at the artwork. It costs US$60 000 a night.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Season Hotel

This hotel for the rich is also found in New York, USA. It is 2 storeys high and 700 feet above the ground. It is styled with artisan materials including Venetian velvet, Chinese onyx, Japanese silk, sinks fashioned from rock crystal. Though it only has one bedroom It took seven years to complete. It costs US$60 000 a night since it offers chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom service, personal trainer, spa treatments and unlimited caviar and champagne.

Delana Hilltop Estate

It is located in Laucala Island, Fiji. The palatial retreat boats over 120 thousand square feet of space which include guest residences, a panoramic swimming pool, private cook, chauffeur, nanny and the opportunity to scuba dive, hike or learn to ride horses. It costs US$ 55 000 a night.

The Royal Villa The Grand Resort Lagonissi

It is located in Athens. It costs US$50 000 a night. It has Two master bedrooms complete with ensuite marble bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools as well as large airy living quarters that make the most of the spectacular views beyond.

The Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez

It is located in Cannes. The seventh-floor location commands stunning views over the bay from the terrace and Jacuzzi. The suite can offer up to four king sized bedrooms and it costs US$40 000 a night.

The Royal Suite at St. Regis Saadiyat Island

It is located in the United Arab Emirates. The Royal Suite at St Regis spans two floors and takes its design inspiration from oceanic elements. It is, airy and spacious this suite sleeps 5 and has a private study, spa room, sauna, mini cinema, a billiard table, piano and stunning views from the poolside terrace and of course your very own butler. It costs US$35 000 a night.

Shangri-La Suite, Shangri-La Bosphorus

It is located in Istanbul. All bedrooms and the living area have their private terrace; their website likens the experience to being on the deck of a ship.The bathrooms are marble with Bulgari toiletries; the linen has an 800 thread count, and there’s even a 19inch TV embedded in the vanity mirror. It costs US$ 30 000 a night.

Palms Casino Resort Hotel

It is located in the famous Las Vegas. The Palms offers a dizzying array of suite options which boast basketball courts, bowling lanes, cantilevered pools, rotating beds with mirrored ceilings and stunning two storey glass fronted pads showcasing the strips dazzling lights below. It costs US$ 30 000 a night.

Presidential Suite, St Regis

It is located in New York. This two bedroom suite takes its design cues from contemporary and classic 5th Avenue Apartment chic. It has a large walk-in closet and dressing room guests can have the second bedroom converted to a second walk-in dressing room too. It costs US$30 000 a night.