An Inside Look at the World’s Most Expensive Hotel Suites

A luxury staycation in a fancy hotel room is always a great idea. However, it comes with a very hefty price tag.

 

 

If you’re interested to know where the world’s rich and famous stay when they’re traveling, then read on to learn about these extravagant suites which features bulletproof windows, grand pianos, rooftop swimming pools and expensive art collections.

 

 

Ty Warner Penthouse  – Four Seasons, New York – $50,000

 

 

 

 

This luxury penthouse suite was named after the owner of the building, Ty Warner. The penthouse is located on the uppermost level of the 52-story skyscraper of Four Seasons in New York. This suite has a 360-degree panorama which provides a truly imposing view on 200 meters above New York. Ty Warner Penthouse offer private elevator, the panorama infinity tub and the exclusive and unlimited Rolls-Royce usage.

 

 

Hilltop Villa – Laucala Island, Fiji – $64,000

 

 

 

 

Hilltop Villa for $64,000 per night consist of 3 buildings and being true to its name. It is located on the highest peak of the island and has the best views and best private sphere. Chauffer service, private chef, jet ski, private boat are just a few services being implicit at Laucala Island Hilltop Villa.

 

 

The Mark Penthouse – The Mark Hotel, New York – $75,000

 

 

 

 

The Mark Hotel in New York asks for $75,000 for a night in the 5-bedroom The Mark Penthouse. The suite wears the clear-out style marks and elegance of luxury hotel The Mark. The almost 1000-square-meter, 2-story, 5-bedroom and 6-bathroom luxury suite is located on the uppermost two levels of the hotel. Thanks to the enormous and incredibly light spaces and the wonderful panorama, you can feel like New York is yours.

 

 

The Royal Penthouse Suite – Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland – $80,000

 

 

 

 

The Royal Penthouse suite is located on the uppermost, eight levels of the Hotel President Wilson being part of the chain of hotels Mariott. The Panorama is breathtaking to both Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. The full glass suite with 12 bedrooms and 12 marble bathrooms can be booked for $80,000 per night. The whole suite is super safe – giant fortified safe, security camera system and bulletproof glasses are everywhere.

 

 

Villa de Stephen, The 13 – Macau – $100,000

 

 

 

 

Villa de Stephen costing $100,000 per night is the world’s most expensive hotel suite. It has astonishing sizes and provides unbeatable luxury. The luxurious suite is made of several million dollars, and possesses the world’s biggest, uniquely red and golden colored Rolls-Royce Phantom fleet, available 24/7.

 

 

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