MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS IN THE WORLD
“Exclusive” can be ambiguous but when it comes to uber luxury hotels, it means price, perks, privacy, pampering, protection and pools. Let’s take a quick trip to the most exclusive and most expensive hotels in the world .
Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel in New York City
$60 million apartment was re branded as New York’s largest (12,000-square-feet) and priciest hotel suite costing $86,000 a night a five-bedroom, duplex penthouse with a grand living room, grand piano, 2,500-square-foot rooftop terrace, and chef Jean-Georges’ exclusive room service menu. Included is 24-hour access to Bergdorf Goodman tailoring and in-suite hair styling from Frédéric Fekkai Salon.
Delana Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island in Fiji
Delana Hilltop Estate is a tropical hideaway atop Laucala’s Nawi Mountain landscape overlooking white sand beaches, coconut groves, and rain forest jungles. Owned by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz, the residence is occasionally available for $55,000 per night. The Fijian suite has thatch roofs, furnished spaces that open to gardens, and infinity pools.
The Royal Villa, Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens
On the edge of the Aegean Sea at Cape Sounio this luxurious $50,000-a-night suite pampers with three bedrooms, two pools (indoor and outdoor), garden, private beach, massage area, gym as well as chef, butler, VIP transport (helicopter, limousine), personal trainer and even a pianist all on call. Judging from sparkling sea views, it appears the beach is on call.
Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite, Raj Palace Hotel in Jaipur, India
This majestic hotel ‘a restored ancient royal castle is good enough for the Maharaja, it’s good enough for you. The opulent Presidential suite glimmers in gold leaf, stucco, ivory, silver, ornate mirrors and furniture, and Italian marble floors. At $45,000 per night, the 16,000-square-foot suite has six bedrooms, dining room, theater, library and kitchen staff over four floors.
Grand Hyatt Cannes (Hôtel Martinez) in Cannes, France
The Art Deco hotel’s 3,122-square-foot terrace offers spectacular views of the Boulevard de la Croisette, the bay and the hotel’s private beach. The $41,000-a-night suite has four master bedrooms, two living rooms and two dining rooms.
Presidential Suite, St. Regis New York in New York City
The suite has a large foyer, formal dining room, living room, wood-paneled library, floor-to-ceiling windows and large balconies overlooking Central Park and Fifth Avenue. Guests have access to butler service and the hotel’s Bentley fleet.
Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris
France isn’t fond of monarchies but it gives this lavish suite a royal pass. From $27,000-a-night, guests enjoy spacious rooms (4,850 square feet) decorated with French Regency furniture, ornate antiques, coordinated color themes, and silk and damask accents. This royal suite has four bedrooms and a private kitchen.
Royal Two Bedroom Suite, The Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah in Dubai
This $27,000-a-night suite boasts opulent colors, sumptuous furnishings, and über sleep technology—14 pillow types, Egyptian cottons, Eiderdown duvets, remote curtains, and posture-controlled king beds. The 8,396-square-foot suite has an elevator, cinema room, library, discreet check-in, butlers, Rolls-Royce chauffeurs, and views of the Arabian Gulf.
The Apartment, Hotel Connaught in London
The Apartment is infused with tasteful lavender color schemes, natural light, long corridors, high ceilings, French doors, wrap-around balcony—all presented as a discreet, uncluttered home. Naturally, it offers a capable butler. From $24,000 per night.
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel in New York City
Panoramic windows and cantilevered glass balconies dub this $50,000-per-night penthouse “a castle in the clouds.” The 4,300-square-foot space is eclectic boasting ornate furnishings—calfskin leather, afrormosia, Venetian velvet, Chinese onyx, Japanese silk, etc.
MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS IN THE WORLD