The top 10 most expensive hotel suites in the world

If you are looking for unusual accommodations, this is the place for you, but it’s not that cheap. In the world of the rich and beautiful, the greenback is still the hot currency, so all prices are given in US dollars.

  1. The Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

The 1800-square-foot suite costs a whopping $ 67,000 a night. It offers twelve feudal bedrooms with 12 marble bathrooms and a terrace that runs along the entire hotel front and offers panoramic views of Geneva, Lake Geneva and the Alps – including Mont Blanc. There is a Steinway grand piano, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and exclusive works of art. Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and Bill Gates already lived here.

  1. The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel, New York

400 square meters cost $ 45,000 a night. It took $ 50 million to build the suite, and it took seven years, but star architects IM Pei and Peter Marino designed everything at its finest. Japanese silk pillows, an extensive library, and a dedicated art concierge. The suite offers 360 degree views of the Big Apple skyscrapers! Unsurpassable!

  1. The Hilltop Estate Owner’s Accommodation at Laucala Island Resort, Fiji

This suite offers 1,200 square feet and costs $ 40,000 a night. Laucala Resort offers 25 ultra-luxury villas with private beaches. The owner’s accommodation is usually inhabited by Red Bull Baron Dietrich Mateschitz, but when he is traveling you can rent it, but only by invitation. Champagne, gourmet meals, private massages and horse rides on the beach are all included.

  1. The Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France

The 180 square meters of this suite cost $ 37,500 a night, but this classic Art Deco hotel, opened in 1929, offers the extraordinary style of a lost era. The suite includes two king size bedrooms, marble bathrooms, a salon and a dining room. The suite has a 290 square meter terrace with jacuzzi and panoramic views.

  1. The Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens

Money is said to be scarce in Greece, but this suite costs $ 35,000 per square meter. On the 410 square meters there is a sundeck by the sea, two bedrooms with a fireplace and huge marble bathroom and a private butler.

  1. The Suite Royale in the Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris

For $ 27,000 a night there is 450 square feet of the most sophisticated France. The newly renovated suite combines the style of the 18th century Régence period with the latest high-tech amenities.

  1. The Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Shanghai Pudong

The 788 square feet of this suite cost $ 26,450 a night. It occupies almost the entire 25 floor, has 4.80 meter high rooms, its own wine bar, conference and dining rooms. The suite even has two roof gardens that offer a wonderful view of Shanghai – should the air be clear enough!

  1. The Shangri-La Suite in the Hotel Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul

For $ 26,385 you can get 366 square meters of suite in the penthouse of the hotel on the 6th floor. Fantastic views over the Bosphorus combine with the highest luxury. The toiletries come from Bulgari!

  1. The Presidential Suite in the Hotel Cala di Volpe, Porto Cervo, Italy

It costs $ 26,000 a night and offers 450 square feet of life like God in Italy. Classic, rustic interiors combine with absolute luxury to create a harmonious whole.

  1. The Apartment at The Connaught Hotel, London

Suite $ 10 is barely a bargain for $ 23,500, but its 285 square feet don’t feel like a hotel, but like the private residence of an art collector! In the closets you will find designer clothes and shoes in matching sizes! This is real luxury!

The Apartment at The Connaught Hotel, London