There’s nothing quite as exciting as flying across the globe to enjoy holidays in luxurious splendor. And while it may be true that money can’t buy you happiness, it can most definitely buy you happy experiences you will never forget. Like some of the most expensive hotel rooms this world has to offer.
We found the top 5 most expensive hotel rooms in the world, the perfect spots for the ultimate premium getaway… For anyone who has the necessary pocket change to spare. These lavish suites are what luxury dreams are made of!
1. Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas – $100,000 per night
The most expensive hotel suite in the world will take you to the city of glitz and glamour: Las Vegas. Located on the 34th floor of the Palms Casino Resort, the two-story Empathy Suite overlooking the Las Vegas Strip awaits. The British artist Damien Hirst designed the suite. It showcases his artwork “Winner/Loser” with two bull sharks suspended in formaldehyde.
With two master bedrooms, a cantilevered pool, a salt relaxation room, massage rooms, a large living area, and 24-hour butler service, you will spend your night in heaven.
All this comes at an eye-watering $100,000 per night with a two-night minimum stay. That is, unless you are a high roller at the Palms Casino with a credit of over $1 million at the resort. Casinos are known for offering their most valuable guests who bet high wagers at their game tables and slot machines free experiences. This is already widespread in the casino world and has recently also spread into the online realm, with online casinos offering bonuses for high rollers as well. These include welcome bonuses for new players and special VIP rewards for loyal guests who place high bets.
2. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva – $80,000 per night
The second most expensive hotel room will land you in Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva is home to a variety of scrumptiously luxurious hotels on the banks of Lake Geneva. The most upscale place on the lake is the Royal Penthouse Suite at the iconic Hotel President Wilson. It boasts a jaw-dropping view of the lake and the mountains beyond.
The Royal Penthouse Suite takes up the eighth and top floor of the hotel, one of Europe’s biggest luxury suites. With 12 opulent bedrooms, marble-floor bathrooms, and a terrace that wraps around the entire suite, you can enjoy this holiday abode with a large party. Among the high-end equipment, you will find a 103-inch TV, a Steinway grand piano, and a telescope. One night at the Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, which is one of The Luxury Collection hotels by Marriott, will cost you $80,000.
3. The Mark Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York – $75,000 per night
With 10,000 square feet of glorious space, the third most expensive suite in the world is also the largest penthouse in all of America: The Mark Penthouse at The Mark Hotel in New York. Designed by renowned French interior designer Jacques Grange, the suite on the top two floors of The Mark Hotel boasts five bedrooms, four fireplaces, and two bars.
The highlight of the lavish penthouse is the stunning 26-foot ceilinged opulent living room, which can be turned into a full-sized Grand Ballroom, should the occasion arise. To top things off, the 2,500 square foot rooftop terrace offers a grand view over Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the city beyond. Staying in the avant-garde landmark building’s penthouse will set you back $75,000 a night, but will give you a lavish experience you will never forget.
4. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, Cannes – $55,000 per night
The art deco Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez in France’s Cannes is home to one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. The prestigious Penthouse Suite on the hotel’s top floor boasts a magnificent view overlooking the iconic boulevard La Croisette. It also allows admiring the entire bay of Cannes from its spacious private terrace.
Pierre-Ives Rochon designed this suite with a style dedicated to cinematic art. Spread out over 12,000 square feet with a 5,000-square-foot panoramic terrace, the Penthouse Suite is one of Europe’s largest suites. It offers an escape from the daily routine in lavish style reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties. Staying in the luxurious Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez will set you back $55,000 per night and will have you soak up the Mediterranean flair in utter splendor.
5. Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island, Fiji – $45,000 per night
What could be more lavish than spending a luxurious holiday in an opulent private resort on a pristine private island? That’s exactly what the ravishing Hilltop Estate on Fiji’s Laucala Island promises. The private estate is owned by Austrian Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz and will have your dreams of a holiday in paradise come true.
Perched on top of the island’s lush green hills, you get a magnificent view of the island and ocean beyond. Regarded as a resort within a resort, the Hilltop Estate boasts a 3-bedroom villa, a spacious living area, a landscaped garden and pool, and two guest residences. And it includes a private cook, chauffeur, and nanny, granting any of your wish. The price for a night’s stay at the private island estate is estimated to cost $45,000 per night.