The most expensive hotel suites in the world
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The most expensive hotel suites in the world

The most expensive hotel suites in the world

"Money's worth nothing, until you spend it," that seems to be the philosophy of those who lead an opulent lifestyle. So, for those high net worth individuals who live life king size, we have rounded on the world’s most expensive suites with astronomical price tag, but which also comes with over-the-top amenities and facilities. From bulletproof windows and doors for world-class security to amazing private in-villa pools, and the royal treatment is complimentary.

Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

Price: $52,000

President Wilson is situated on the waterfront promenade in Geneva and is regarded as one of the most elegant 5-star hotels. It is famous for the Royal Penthouse Suite which commands a price tag of $52,000 per night making it the most expensive suite in the world. The suite is a favorite among the heads of state and political leaders as the UN headquarters in very nearby and has already hosted celebrities like Bill Gates, Tony Blair and Bill Clinton.

The Royal Penthouse Suite is on the 8th floor of the hotel and is spread over more than 5500 sq ft. The striking feature of the suite is the security that it offers. The windows are 6-cm thick and totally bulletproof, steel-reined doors, helicopter evacuation service and human-sized safe. The bulletproof windows afford a mesmerizing view of the Mont Blanc and the stunning Lake Geneva. The suite features a grand piano and a deluxe fitness center. The general room amenities include telephones in the bathroom, in-room safes, a fully stocked bar, high speed internet access and satellite TVs. No wonder, it is a dream for many to stay in this suite for just one night!

Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

Price: $40,000

The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa spreads across 10,000 sq ft and it has been designed by the man himself. The suite is two storied and it has three bedrooms. There is a fully equipped gym, a sauna, a spa treatment room to massage your tired limbs and a rotating bed with ceiling mirrors. The guests are also entitled to a personal glass elevator and there are Plasma TVs in the room. But what makes this suite unique? It is the Jacuzzi pool that extends outside the suite and gives a clear view of the Vegas skyline. If you want to stay in this suite then be prepared to shell out $40,000 per night only.

Penthouse Suite, Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel, Beverly Hills

Price: $25,000 per night

The Beverly Wilshire Penthouse Suite is located on the 14th floor which has key access only. The suite offers the largest room space in Beverly Hills and as soon as you enter the Suite, you will be greeted with marble flooring, chandeliers and high ceilings. The floor-to-ceiling windows and the huge balcony present a good view of the Hollywood Hills.

There is a living room, a dining room, a media room, kitchen, the master bedroom, powder room and two guest rooms with ensuite bathrooms. The media room has a 55-inch flat screen TV and a very good quality sound system. There are 2 double beds and 2 king beds in the Suite and you can also get a crib on request. The guests of this room can enjoy certain complimentary facilities like personal concierge, the use of a luxury car, high speed internet and airport transfer. If you are looking for Penthouse Suites in Beverly Hills, then you need not look beyond this one.

Atlantis Bridge Suite, The Atlantis, Bahamas

Price: $25,000

The Atlantis Bridge Suite comes for $25,000 per night. So what do you get at such a price? First and foremost, it is the location. The Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge which connects the two Royal Towers buildings. It is a 10-room suite that is decorated red, black and gold. The guests are entitled to privileges like butler service, bar lounge and an entertainment center. The mater bedroom is huge with a separate sitting area and closets. The bathrooms are fully marbled and have dolphin fixtures. In fact there are two separate master bathrooms. The kitchen has its own entrance so that you do not get disturbed whenever the cook comes in.

Royal Suite, The Savoy Hotel, London

Price: $16,000

The Savoy Hotel in London is a British icon since 1889 and it was reopened in 2010 after a massive £100 million renovation. The Royal Suite, which has made it to the list of the most expensive suites in the world, was alone refurbished at a cost of £2.5 million. It spreads over the entire 5th floor and has a magnificent view of the River Thames. Guests enter the suite through a marble foyer which opens into a wood-paneled office complete with all kinds of office equipment. You can then proceed to the living room and the dining room that can seat 8 people. The master bedroom has a King bed and overlooks the river. The suite also has a service kitchen which is perfect for those traveling with a personal chef. There is also a second guestroom that has an ensuite bathroom. The standard amenities of the Royal Suite include high speed internet access, complimentary shoeshine, private bar, Loewe flat-screen TV, Mascioni bed linen and iPod docking stations. The suite even features a $75,000 Savoire bed for their VIP guests. All these and more at $16,000 per night.

The Palace Suite, Beach Villas, Resorts World Sentosa

Price: $15,000

In February this year, Resort World Sentosa announced the opening of a high end hotel - Beach Villas Establishments - with an eye to attract the more high paying customers. The hotel has as many as 22 villas and the price starts from $1200 for the one-bedroom one. The Palace is the most luxurious of all and it sports 4 bedrooms and a private Infinity pool. The villa spreads over 731 sq m and it charges $15,000 per night. The villa is all about luxury and you get a 24-hour butler service and a menu to select the choice of pillows. You will also get a Private Lap Pool and 24-hour dry cleaning service. The suite offers a range of amenities which will impress even the most discerning travelers. There is an IP LCD TV in the Living Room, Bedroom and even in the Bathroom! The fridge is well stocked with bottles of best quality mineral water and an integrated fridge. If you want to heat food then you can simply do that in the in-room microwave.

Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

Price: $15,000

The Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington D.C. was recently renovated. The suite covers massive space of 3500 sq ft at a nightly rate of $15,000. The three-bedroom suite comes with a living room, kitchen, bathrooms and a a separate dining area. But the showpiece of this suite is the huge room in the suite which has enough seats for a cabinet meeting! The room has views of the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Monument and the Jefferson Memorial.

There is a study which connects the living room and the bedroom which also doubles up as place for intimate meetings. We are not finished yet! The master bathroom will blow your senses away. It has a TV placed above the SOK tub and there is a separate spa shower with rain shower heads, handheld nozzles and body jet. There is also an option for a third bedroom.

Presidential Suite, Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles

Price: $13,500

Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles is a legend in itself and the multi-million dollar renovation has resulted in a posh Presidential Suite. It covers more than 6700 sq ft with a price tag of $13,500 per night. There is a private dining space that can seat up to 10 people, a chef's kitchen, a study, a great room and a private pool. The suite has French doors through which you will enter the great room. There is a monolithic fireplace and vaulted ceilings in this room. The great room and the bedroom open into a lush private courtyard that has seating and dining arrangements. To make the suite look like a home, there is also a terrace that overlooks the gardens.

F Suite, Faena Hotel, Buenos Aires

Price: $9500

The F Suite is South America's most expensive suite at $9500 pr night. The imperial style furniture is the hallmark of this suite. The suite looks all the more beautiful with red velvet curtains, lapacho wood and fine touches of Argentine decor. The suite is located on the sixth floor of the building and comes complete with a living and dining area, private kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 24" flat-screen TV sets and a master bathroom that is fully marbled with a rain shower and Jacuzzi. The guests of this suite enjoy a private access, an outdoor terrace and a dedicated Manager took after every need in detail.

Penthouse Suite, Hotel Le Bristol, Paris

Price: NA

The famous Rue de Fauborg Saint Honore is home to the luxurious hotel, Le Bristol. It boasts of high profile patrons like Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and George Clooney. The Penthouse Suite located on the 7th floor of the building is the most talked about room in this property. The terrace is the best part of this suite as it offers unobstructed views of the dome of the St Augustin's church. The suite covers an area of 2200 sq ft and consists of a sitting room, dining area, an office and a large bedroom. The bathrooms have a couple of washbasins, a bidet and a separate shower. If you want to make it a private home then you have the option of adding 1 - 3 bedrooms or two duplexes.

Tycoon Suite, Hotel Zaza, Houston

Price: $20,000

The swanky looking Tycoon Suite is very popular among the celebrity circles. The 2200 sq ft suite is priced at $2500 per night. The 11th floor accommodation consists of leather club chairs and a Texas sized sectional sofa. The large chandelier brings in a sense of aristocracy in the suite. The bedroom has a huge leather-accentuated bed. There are 2 bedrooms, an equal number of bathrooms, a full gourmet kitchen and a large sized balcony with a soaking tub. The suite is often booked for anniversary celebrations or corporate events. In those occasions you can book the entire 11th floor which will make you poorer by $20,000 per night plus food and beverages.

Maharaja’s Pavilion, The Presidential Suite

Price: $15,000

Built in 1727, and located in the middle of four main palace complexes of Jaipur, India, the historic Raj Palace hotel offers its illustrious guests the Presidential Suite. Speaking of this suite, it’s a four floor apartment with an area of 16000 sq. ft, making it one of the biggest suites in Asia. The suite offers complete royal apartment blocks within the palace, along with an own private pavilion and private entrance through the Victory corridor and Charbagh. This entrance leads the guest to a private secretarial and luggage room followed by an entrance to the Diwan E Khas (historic hall for discerning guests of the king) which boasts a lavishly furnished seating lounge, earlier used by Maharaja. Overlooking the inner Palace courtyard and Charbagh gardens on alternate sides, the lounge is connected to other three floors with a private gold paneled elevator. The first floor of this Presidential suite, earlier the sleeping chamber of the Maharaja is decorated with luxurious ornamentation including gold leafed painted walls, mirror work, stucco along with furniture decorated with gold and silver. The bedroom is richly decorated with historic gold furniture and rich ivory, and comes connected with two full luxurious bathrooms. The second floor boasts meeting rooms, additional accommodation rooms, office space along with library, and luxurious dining rooms connected with a private kitchen. Earlier used as a pleasure pavilion by the Maharaja, the third floor is now a private roof top terrace delivering panoramic view of the Jaipur city. Further, this floor is equipped with all the entertainment amenities that includes, private gym and spa alongside the pleasure pavilion, Jacuzzis, private swimming pool, private access to hi-tech home theater with large soft seating arrangements. Last but not the least, all this luxury living will cost a total of $15000.

Sydney’s Park Hyatt at The Rocks

Price: $16,000 a night

With floor-to-ceiling glass delivering uninterrupted views of the famous Sydney Harbour, the 350 sq. m, two bedroom luxury pad located on the custom built fourth floor of Sydney’s Park Hyatt at The Rocks is one of the most expensive hotel rooms with a price tag of $16,000 per night. Built as the part of the $60 million upgrade of the hotel, targeting the especially VIPs and delivering them the contemporary luxury greets with their latest technology equipped bathrooms and master bedrooms. The master bedroom of the Sydney suite boasts kind bed with custom made luxury cotton linens along with other amenities including five 60 inch LED TVs, spacious living room, fireplace, sauna, outdoor and indoor dining space for 8 people, and a private 24-hour butler at your service. The guests can also enjoy the spectacular views of the Luna Park and Harbour Bridge in a toilet boasting latest technology and luxury, that includes a massager, built-in seat warmer, a sauna/steam room, a television fitted into the bathroom mirror, a luxurious and spacious lounge situated beside the giant egg-shell bathtub. Further, the entire floor can be made private featuring two smaller ‘entourage’ suites, only if you are willing to pay a total of $50,000 with a minimum requirement of two-night stay.

Penthouse Sea View Apartments, The Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France

Price: $37,650 a night

The luxurious Penthouse Suite at Hotel Martinez in boulevard de La Croisette in Cannes comes featured with a sitting room, dining room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms with hammam, shower, a spa bath, mini-bar, dressing room, sauna and a big terrace. Further, the suite is equipped with all the present technology which includes include videoconferencing, plasma screen, computer and ADSL, satellite TV and Fax, providing the client with all the comfort one would expect.

Presidential Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Costa Smeralda, Italy

Price: $27,600 a night

Reaching a whole new level of elegance and splendor is the Presidential Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe, Italy is by far the most magnificent on the Costa Smeralda. The charismatic décor spread throughout the suite's spacious layout illustrates the charm and romance of Sardinia's cultural history. This Presidential suite is a duplex featuring 3 full bedrooms, asolarium, a fitness area, a luxurious private swimming pool, an outdoor saltwater pool and a private gazebo. Further, the large terrace and the sweeping vistas displaying the coastline's enchanting allure completes the suite.

Royal Penthouse suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

Price: $35,350 a night

Known throughout the world as the largest and most luxurious of hotel suites, the Royal Penthouse Suite covers the hotel's highest floor at Hotel President Wilson. Located on the eighth floor with a total surface area of 1680 meter square, the suite features 12 full rooms and 12 full bathrooms along with luxury amenities like period pieces, majestic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, a private elevator, billiards, surveillance cameras, bulletproof windows, armored doors and bedside panic buttons.

The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece

Price: $34,500 a night

The three-bedroom Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi is described to be an epitome of luxury, which is set on the south side of the peninsula boasting all the ease and charm of a luxurious private home. In terms of contemporary design, artwork objects, features and services, the spectacular villa is stunning and features 2 master bedrooms with king size beds, spacious living room with dining table and fireplace, two over-sized marble lined bathrooms. It has everything to impress even the most seasoned traveler. The Royal Villa features a business center with access of Wired & Wireless high-speed Internet, fax, laptop, machine, printer, scanner & a video phone. Other notable amenities include an an indoor pool, outdoor heated pool, a gym, a private marina, a butler, private chef and a nearby beach, along with a separate bar area with fully equipped kitchenette and grill as well as BBQ facilities by the outdoor heated pool. Further, a large private wooden terrace opens to stunning sunrise views and accommodate a heated pool with hydro massage and counter current device. And, a private path leading to the beach and a private deck at sea level is one of the Royal Villa's most exclusive feature.

Presidential Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Costa Smeralda, Italy

Price: $27,600 a night

Reaching a whole new level of elegance and splendor is the Presidential Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe, Italy is by far the most magnificent on the Costa Smeralda. The charismatic décor spread throughout the suite's spacious layout illustrates the charm and romance of Sardinia's cultural history. This Presidential suite is a duplex featuring 3 full bedrooms, asolarium, a fitness area, a luxurious private swimming pool, an outdoor saltwater pool and a private gazebo. Further, the large terrace and the sweeping vistas displaying the coastline's enchanting allure completes the suite.

Royal Suite on the 5th floor of the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris

Price: $26,000

Recently refurbished and redecorated by the noted interior designer, the co-founder of the Architectural Digest magazine's French edition, Marie-José Pommereau, the Royal Suite on the 5th floor of the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, now stands as one of the most luxurious, spacious, and Paris's most expensive hotel suite. The expansive 4,834 sq ft. space of the suite boasts 4 lavish bedrooms, 4 full-baths, 2 lounges, along with an an office and a kitchen space.

Blending traditional and modern styles, the suite boasts the shades of purple, while the furniture dates from the iconic Louis XV and Louis XVI periods, and includes golden and purple finishes delivering an elegant contemporary look. And, the furniture and fabrics finished in gold, raspberries and purple add an elegant modernity factor. Further, the bathrooms boasts Italian marble especially sourced from Verona, and one bath even features Jacuzzi and a steam room.

Overlooking the iconic Eiffel Tower, the suite also offers views onto the famous Avenue Montaigne. Also, guests will find flowers from all four seasons around the suite, creating a vibrant and fresh atmosphere, all the times. Inspired by 18th Century’s refinements, the exceptional suite also offers state-of-the-art technology and high-end facilities.

Penthouse Suite, The Setai, Miami Beach

Price: $30,000

For the truly discerning jetsetter who demands the absolute best in the Miami, here’s the superlative, spectacular and sumptuous penthouse at the luxury hotel The Setai in South Beach, Miami. Costing $30,000 a night, this suite with 10,000 sq. ft space encompasses the entire 40th floor of the hotel’s oceanfront glass tower, and boasts spectacular wrap-around views.

Notably, a private elevator opens up into the south end of the penthouse suite which boasts Asian Art Décor style as rest of The Setai, and the impressive floor of flamed black granite and polished Cumaru teak wood leads you to the space overlooking the ever-enchanting panoramic views of the Miami Beach.

The suite has four bedrooms, including two master bedrooms, along with four bathrooms which include two large Jacuzzi tubs, a steam shower and a powder room, two living rooms, music room and roof-top eternity pool. Guests can also captivate themselves by the music from the Steinway piano in the music room, while the dining room is sufficient enough to host a dinner catered from the full kitchen for 12 discerning guests.

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