THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS IN THE WORLD

THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS IN THE WORLD

One of the most fun tasks when booking a trip is finding a hotel. With each destination comes its unique styles and challenges.  From quirky to modern to cozy and from cheap to super expensive, there are often many options and many amazing amenities or perks.

The other day I was browsing Facebook, as you do, and stumbled upon an article about a unique hotel in Antarctica! I was intrigued and did some research on it. It is bloody amazing and only costs $92,500 per person. So yeah!

But this hotel did give me the idea to look up some more amazing hotels around the globe that cost a sweet penny.

First the hotel I described in the intro because I know you are super curious about that.

WHITE DESERT | ANTARTICA

This hotel is so unique because of its location. They currently only have 1 trip available, which is an 8-day trip that combines the magnificent Emperor Penguins with a flight to the lowest point on Earth – the Geographic South Pole. There are individual ‘igloos’ that are decked out with a bathroom and comfortable bed.

PRICING


Name trip
Dates Price 
SP & EMPS TRIP 1 2020 28 Nov – 6 Dec $92,500 per person
SP & EMPS TRIP 2 2020 6 Dec – 14 Dec $92,500 per person
SP & EMPS TRIP 3 2020 14 Dec – 22 Dec $92,500 per person
SP & EMPS TRIP 4 2020 22 Dec – 30 Dec $92,500 per person

For more information check or if you want to day-dream about going on this trip (I know I am) then check out their website. 

BURJ AL ARAB | ROYAL SUITE | DUBAI

Photo by Royal Suite – Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah

A “most expensive hostel list” without a hotel in Dubai would not be a complete list. This suite is the epitome of luxury in Dubai and takes up two floors at the hotel and is overlooking the golf. Gold features and marble stairways and your very own butler are just some of the things you can expect in this impressive suite.

This hotel room comes with an average price tag of $24,000 a night.

RITZ-CARLTON | PRESIDENTIAL SUITE | TOKYO  

Photo by The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

The suite is located on the 53rd floor above Tokyo with spectacular views that include the Imperial Palace outer gardens and Roppongi Hills. One night in this pinnacle of ultra-modern luxury will ‘only’ set you back $25,000.

PLAZA ATHENEE | ROYAL SUITE | PARIS 

One of the most spectacular and opulent suites in Paris with (of course) stunning views of the Eiffel tower. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two drawing rooms, an office, and a separate kitchen, this suite pretty much offers everything you need.  And it has too with a price tag of $26,000 per night.

WESTIN EXCELSIOR | COLLA CUPOLA SUITE | ROME 

At the 14th most visited city in Europe, Rome, you can find The Westin Excelsior hotel. The largest suite in Italy is located on the fifth and sixth floors of the hotel and is overlooking the Via Veneto. Via Veneto is one of the most famous, elegant, and expensive streets of Rome.

Located on the fifth and sixth floor underneath the cupola of the hotel, the suite 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 room is featured with a private fitness room, sauna, steam bath, and a Jacuzzi pool. All of this can you yours for a couple of nights if you can spend $30,000 for a night.

THE MARK | PENTHOUSE SUITE | NEW YORK  

Photos by Scott Frances for the Mark

Six bathrooms, five bedrooms, two wet bars, a 25,000-square-foot rooftop terrace overlooking Central Park, and a living room under the landmarked building’s cupola that can be converted into a full-sized Grand Ballroom. The total suite is 10,000 square feet in total and will cost you $75,000 per night.

The Big Apple has some additional opulent hotel suites that also cost a bit of money:

  • Four Seasons’ Ty Warner penthouse, which is 64,000 square feet, has four terraces and asks $50,000 a night.
  • The Plaza’s 4,500-square-foot Royal Suite–with 24-carat gold bathroom fixtures and a full gym–asks $40,000 a night
  • Mandarin Oriental’s 3,300-square-foot suit can be booked for only $36,000 a night.

 HOTEL PRESIDENT WILSON | ROYAL PENTHOUSE SUITE | GENEVA 

The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson is officially the world’s most expensive suite, with rates now starting at approximately $80,000 per night.

It’s also the largest suite in Europe. It’s a staggering 5,500 square feet of pure luxury covering the entire eighth floor of the hotel. The suite can accommodate up to 12 guests, there are two master bedrooms, each with a marble bathroom and a Jacuzzi facing the lake.

A pretty cool feature is that it comes equipped with a host of security features. There are bulletproof windows and you will even get your own security team. Pretty wicked.

PALMS | DAMIEN HIRST SKY VILLA | LAS VEGAS

In the entertaining capital of the world, you are sure to find an expensive villa or two.

Now hold on to your credit card cause this is going to hurt. Their ‘normal’  Sky Villas range from $25,000 to $40,000 a night, but the newly renovated sky villa which is 9,000-square-foot, two-bedrooms on two-stories will set you back $200,000 per night. And guess what, they have a two-night minimum stay.

Now give me one second whilst I collect my jaw off the floor.

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