It is said that money cannot buy happiness, but it can certainly bring you a few happy moments in one of the most luxurious hotel apartments in the world.
So, if money is not an issue for you and you are looking for the next premium escape, here is a list of the 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world, with prices ranging from $ 30,000 per night to $ 100,000 per night. From villas with spectacular ocean views to penthouse apartments with city views, these expensive hotel rooms have it all.
10. The Great Riyadh, the Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco
Royal Mansour Marrakech welcomes guests in a refined manner. The resort has 53 elegant riads (Moroccan-style houses), with countless silk and brocade elements, antique furniture, handmade mosaic tiles and intricate woodwork. Two restaurants are run by three-Michelin-star chef Yannick Alléno. In the most intimate part of the palace is the hotel’s most expensive 4-bedroom Grand Riad, priced at $ 30,000 per night. With absolute relaxation in the private hammam of the riad, guests here will enter one of the most refined and elegant atmospheres that a hotel room can offer.
9. Bvlgari Villa, Bvlgari Dubai Resort, UAE
Located on the exclusive island of Jumeira, an artificial man-made island in the shape of a sea horse, Bvlgari Resort Dubai is a true “urban oasis” for both visitors and residents. Designed entirely by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, the sunny property comprises 101 rooms and suites, as well as 20 Bvlgari villas with pool, garden and sea views. With a spectacular oval pool, spacious garden and wood-covered terrace, a private home cinema, indoor whirlpool and hammam, the hotel’s top accommodation, called “Vila Bvlgari”, is the ultimate luxury destination for family and friends at a price of 35,000. USD per night.
8. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel New York, USA
The stunning Four Seasons Hotel New York, designed by IM Pei, is located between Park and Madison Boulevards and within walking distance of Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Modern Art and Central Park. With 368 quietly decorated apartments – some with private furnished terraces – the hotel offers guests a peaceful sanctuary in the “city that never sleeps”. A seven-year collaboration between IM Pei, Peter Marino and the hotel’s visionary owner, Ty Warner, Ty Warner Penthouse, the hotel’s most expensive $ 40,000 a night, is an architectural and artistic masterpiece.
7. Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
Grand Resort Lagonissi is a dream resort in the southern suburbs of Athens, with exceptional rooms with sea views and bungalows on private beaches. Designed for royal and prestigious guests, the hotel’s Royal Villa, priced at $ 45,000 per night, encapsulates the essence of luxury in its beautifully appointed interior and exterior spaces, pushing guests to experience a luxurious life. The villa has an indoor pool and a heated outdoor pool.
6. Private Island, Cheval Blanc Randheli, Maldives
The Cheval Blanc Randheli complex is built on a handful of tiny islands protected by the ocean through a coral reef. Getting there involves a trip on a seaplane designed exclusively for this resort. The resort offers 46 villas. The most expensive hotel “room” is Cheval Blanc Randheli Private Island, priced at $ 50,000 per night, a four-bedroom villa located on its own private island with exceptional interior and exterior spaces.
5. Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji
Owned by Red Bull CEO Dietrich Mateschitz, Laucala Island offers untouched tropical forests, mangroves, beaches, and unparalleled experiences of a luxurious life. With a multitude of activities available – diving, sailing, fishing, tennis, cycling, golf, yoga, cultural nights, tours and water sports – the resort’s philosophy incorporates the island’s resources with guest experiences, along with locally grown and grown products and ingredients. Right at the top of the island is the massive 3-bedroom Hilltop Villa, priced at $ 50,000 per night, which comes with a private driver, babysitter and chef.
4. The Penthouse Suite, Hotel Martinez by Hyatt, Cannes, France
This legendary hotel has 409 rooms located on the French Riviera. The two-Michelin-starred La Palme d’Or restaurant with its cinematic décor tempts all the senses, while the L. Raphael Spa offers a variety of unique treatments. Guests are invited to enjoy and share the simple pleasures of the Riviera in a chic yet relaxed atmosphere at the new Mediterranean-flavored Le Jardin du Martinez restaurant. The prestigious Penthouse Suite, priced at $ 55,000 per night, is located on the top floor of the Martinez Hotel, offering a large private terrace with sea views, a king-size bed, living room and dining room.
3. The Mark Penthouse Suite, The Mark Hotel, New York, USA
Housed in an iconic building from 1927, The Mark is located in the epicenter of Manhattan’s social and cultural riches, on one of the most beautiful blocks of the Upper East Side, surrounded by museums, shops, restaurants and Central Park. The hotel combines old-fashioned comfort and avant-garde design with unprecedented service. Rooms and apartments are paradises of discreet opulence. Designed by legendary French interior designer Jacques Grange, the stunning $ 75,000-a-night suite at the Mark Penthouse Suite is the largest hotel penthouse in the United States and has a rooftop terrace overlooking Central Park at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and more.
2. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland
Overlooking Lake Geneva, the iconic President Collection Hotel, part of the Luxury Collection Hotel, is one of the most contemporary hotels in Geneva, set against the stunning backdrop of Mont Blanc. With fine furnishings and elegant facilities, the 226 rooms and suites are beautifully appointed, with floor-to-ceiling windows with distinct views of the city or Lake Geneva. Occupying the entire 8th floor of the hotel, the most expensive room on the property, the Royal Penthouse Suite, priced at $ 80,000 per night, comes with a Steinway piano, a telescope for stargazing, a surrounding terrace, 12 bedrooms and – 103 inches – the largest TV screen in the world.
1. The Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA
Located 2 miles from The Strip, this Las Vegas boutique resort offers a unique experience with exhibited art and works by world-famous artists. Guests can visit the casino open 24 hours a day or dine at a variety of on-site restaurants. With stylish décor, the modern rooms at Palms Casino Resort have a variety of chic amenities. The hotel is home to the world’s most expensive hotel room, The Empathy Suite Sky Villa, which costs $ 100,000 a night. Designed by British artist Damien Hirst, this suite includes two master bedrooms, massage tables, a salt relaxation room and a jacuzzi overlooking the Strip.