The Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World
Summer is just around the corner. The smell of blooming trees and the more and more generous sun make us think of holiday and new places to travel to.
If you are curious, these are some of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. Just to dream nicely with us and you can escape a bit of everyday routine. And hey, if your budget allows you, run away …
The Penthouse, Faena Hotel, location: Miami Beach: $ 39,500 per night
For nearly $ 40,000 per night, visitors of this hotel will not only have impeccable service, but will also have an amazing view of Miami. The view is facilitated by the windows that start in the ceiling and end up in the floor. On it’s two floors, the apartment has two living rooms and five bedrooms, each with furnished balconies. The Penthouse was designed by film director Baz Luhrmann and his wife, stage designer Catherine Martin.
Royal Suite, Plaza Hotel, Location: New York, NY: $ 40,000 per night
This luxurious room offers the best amenities: a great living room with a large piano, a dining room with a capacity of up to 12 people, a library and a fitness room. However, the most interesting aspect of this space is the main bedroom, which overlooks Fifth Avenue. And, as if it weren’t enough, the bedroom also has a separate dressing, plus a bathroom decorated with 24 carat gold plated arrangements.
The Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Location Porte Cervo, Italy: $ 41,177 per night
The Penthouse Apartment at Cala di Volpe is located above the hotel in Porte Cervo. The beautiful Costa Smeralda area can be admired from this height. The view becomes even more beautiful in the pool on the roof. The apartment has no less than 2,690 square meters. There is no sunshine, private cellar, fitness area and hand-painted furniture. For the same amount of money, there are three bedrooms with luxury beds, bathtub and jacuzzi, double showers in Sardinian marble and hand-painted wall tiles.
The Grand Riad, The Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco: $ 43,480 per night
Africa is also present in this top with a room at The Royal Mansour. Do you want to live as members of the Moroccan royal family? If so, the room (or better to say, the apartment) Grand Riad from Royal Mansour should be your choice. What makes it so special? This space has its own home cinema, personal bar, gym and a spa. It also has one of the best views of the city, rivaling the one from the Tower of the Koutoubia Mosque.
Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York: $ 50,000 per night
The Ty Warner Penthouse is a kind of gem of the “Four Seasons Crown” in NY. Featuring a 360 degree view of the city, the space includes four diagonal glass balconies, offering guests views of Uptown, Downtown and Midtown. The Penthouse has, among other things, a private spa and a large crystal bath. It also comes with a Rolls-Royce with a driver, a dedicated manager and massages at your disposal.
The Penthouse Suite, Hôtel Martinez Cannes, France: $ 53,200 per night
Enjoy this 1,000-square-meter suite, located on the top floor of the Martinez Hotel. Here, visitors have a large sea-view terrace, a king-size bed, a living room, a dining room, and a luxurious bathroom. The apartment is especially sought after by celebrities, especially during the Cannes Film Festival.
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland: $ 80,000 per night
The royal penthouse suite at President Wilson in Geneva occupies the entire floor of the hotel and features luxurious amenities. It has a large piano, a pool table and a collection of rare books. And if it does not seem like enough, the bathroom has Hermès toiletries and a Jacuzzi overlooking Lake Geneva.