10 of the Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World

When the super rich travel, they demand luxuries that the rest of us haven’t even dreamed about. Of course, when a night in a luxury hotel can cost more than what some people make in a year, the best is required. These hotels span the globe, but each one will set you back 5-figures nightly. So grab a glass of cognac and lets delve in to see what are the 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world (and just to be sure, prices are per night)

10. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt-Vendôme,  Paris, France – $15,500


This 750 square-foot suite provides a serene retreat in the center of Paris, within walking distance of the Louvre Museum and the Opera House. Here you can relax in an “In Suite Spa,” which provides a steam room shower, a whirlpool bath, and a massage table. [via hyatt.com]

9. Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V, Paris, France – $16,000


If the Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt-Vendôme is too small for your tastes, upgrade to the one of the two Royal Suites at Four Seasons George V. At 2,600 square-feet, there is a private office along with the sleeping area, entertaining area, sauna, full kitchen, and a guest bathroom. It’s furnished with antiques. [via FS]

8. Royal Armleder Suite, Le Richemond, Geneva, Switzerland – $17,500


Taking up the entire seventh floor, the Royal Armleder Suite is decorated with parquet floors mosaics, and gold. But it’s the view of Geneva and the Alps seen from the 300 square foot terrace that make it worth the price.

7. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai, United Arab Emirates – $18,000


Although Dubai is known for its wealth, the Burj Al Arab is the only hotel in the UAE that makes the list. The Royal Suite is two stories and has mahogany furniture and marble flooring. The master bedroom’s main piece is a four-post canopy bed that rotates. [via Luxist]

6. Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow, Russia – $18,200


At 2,500 square-feet, the Ritz Carlton Suite provides a library, a grand piano, and a heated floor for its guests. The floor-to-ceiling windows are great for gazing at St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, or the Red Square. [via Ritz-Carlton Moscow]

5. Bridge Suite at The Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas – $25,000


The Bridge Suite has ten luxurious rooms that span the space between the two towers of the Atlantis. It’s a favorite of celebrities. [via Wikipedia]

4. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland – $33,000


For impressing dignitaries in Geneva, check out the Royal Penthouse Suite. In addition to four bedrooms, it has a cocktail lounge that can hold up to forty people. [via Hotel President Wilson]

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York – $34,000


The nine-room Ty Warner Penthouse comes with a private butler. Check out the fabrics woven with gold and platinum and the walls with mother of pearl inlay. With floor-to-ceiling windows on all sides, it gives a great view of the Manhattan skyline. [via FS, New York]


2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas – $40,000


This two-story, 10,000 square-foot Playboy-themed suite has a jacuzzi that looks down on the Las Vegas strip, a rotating bed under a ceiling, and a butler. [via Palms]

1. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece – $50,000


While other luxury suites might have a private butler, the Royal Villa also has a chef and a pianist. It has brand name furniture, a fully equipped business center, an indoor pool, and a private beach. [via Grand Resort Lagonissi]

Only the exclusive may see the inside of the 10 of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, but now everyone knows what luxury money can buy.

13 Comments for "10 of the Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World"

Suzanne Marie says on August 5th, 2009 at 2:02 pm:

I had always have the doubt of how the atlantis paradise bahamas suite looked like and its the only one you guys dont show! Either way the blog is fantastic, Ive been a travel web freak for a while now, the last place I visited (first time I travel southamerica) was cartagena Colombia. I had a wonderful time, stayed in a boutique hotel, omg soo relaxing, and as few may think it was not dangerous at all..

Alex Ion says on August 6th, 2009 at 11:41 am:

Hi Suzanne Marie, we do have a few images, but we don’t have the rights to publish them yet. If you’re going to be back in here, I’ll try my best to get permissions for them.

MatthewA says on April 25th, 2014 at 3:54 am:

You missed the Fairmont San Francisco. They’ve got a suite that runs in this range…and probably makes some of these suites look like a shanty.


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