Forget about your average $200-500 per night weekend vacations; the ones on this list start at $28,000 per night!
The luxurious penthouse apartments on this list have it everything, from spectacular city panoramas to extravagant undersea hotels.
So, if money is no problem and you’re searching for your next luxury trip, here’s a list of the world’s ten most costly hotels.
10. The Royal Suite of the Burj Al-Arab costs $28,000 per night.
The Burj Al-Arab, one of the most well-known hotels in the world, tops the list of the most costly hotels in the world.
The Burj in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, was billed as the world’s first seven-star hotel, and it goes without saying that it exceeds expectations.
It is the world’s seventh-tallest hotel, constructed by architect Tom Wright to resemble a ship’s sail.
The hotel is located on a man-made artificial island connected to the mainland exclusively by a private curved bridge.
9. The Plaza’s Royal Suite costs $40,000.
The following “Royal Suite” will cost you $40,000 per night and is located in The Plaza in New York.
So, what do you receive in return? To begin, you enter the suite through the building’s private elevator, which only you have access to.
Following that, you enter the 400-square-foot suite and are met with a beautifully designed living area outfitted with the most up-to-date top-of-the-line comforts and pleasures.
The suite contains three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a parlor, a separate dining area for up to twelve guests, and a fitness facility.
8. The Hilltop Villa – $45,000
The Hilltop Villa is nestled away in heaven, accessible exclusively to the ultra-rich.
The hotel is located on Fiji’s Laucala island and costs an astonishing $45,000 per night.
However, in exchange, you will receive a four-acre home divided into three different villas, each with the most breathtaking views on the island.
7. $50,000 for The Muraka Suite at The Conrad.
The Muraka is ranked seventh on our list of the most expensive hotels in the world.
The room is located in The Conrad in the Maldives and is billed as the world’s first underwater hotel suite.
The Muraka is two floors tall, with the lowest story around 16 feet below the surface of the Indian Ocean.
6. The Penthouse Suite – Hôtel Martinez – $53,000
The Penthouse Suite of the Hôtel Martinez costs $53,000 per night.
For $53,000, you can expect a 1000 square foot suite on the hotel’s top level, with spectacular panoramic views of the ocean from your own private wood-paneled panorama terrace.
5. Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse, $60,000.
The first of the top five listings is the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York.
The $400 square-metre apartment, located on the 52nd story of the structure, cost around $50 million dollars to complete.
The apartment features four glass balconies with views of uptown, midtown, and downtown New York with a 360-degree panoramic view of the city.
4. The Mark Penthouse ($75,000) at The Mark Hotel
The Grand Penthouse of the Mark Hotel is the biggest hotel suite penthouse in the United States, at 10,000 square feet.
A huge penthouse extending over the top two levels of the hotel is available for $75,000 per night.
There are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, four fireplaces, two wet bars, two powder rooms, and a vast open plan living area.
The living area can also be turned into a full-size ballroom with 26-foot ceilings, which is a unique party feature.
3. The Royal Penthouse – Hotel President Wilson – $80,000
This is the hotel to stay at if you have $80,000 to spend on a room when visiting Geneva, Switzerland.
The whole eighth storey of the Hotel President Wilson is occupied by the Royal Penthouse.
It features 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a jacuzzi bath with a view of Lake Geneva, and a panoramic view of Mont Blanc.
2. Empathy Suite – The Palms – $100,000
The Empathy Suite at The Palms in Las Vegas is the world’s second most expensive hotel, costing $100,000 a night.
Two master suites, massage tables, a cantilevered jacuzzi overlooking the Las Vegas strip, a salt relaxation room, and a personalized tour of the property’s art collection and facilities are all included in the $100,000 price tag.
1. $150,000 Lover’s Deep: A Luxury Submarine Hotel
The most expensive hotel in the world, The Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine Hotel, charges $150,000 a night.
It’s not the same sort of experience as some of the other hotels on the list, as it requires you to go underwater in a submarine.
If you want to combine a night away with an adventure, this may be the hotel for you.