Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels In The World

1.Burj Al Arab (Dubai, UAE):

The Burj Al Arab is a luxurious 5-star hotel located in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. One of the tallest hotels in the world, it is the seventh tallest, although 39% of its total height is made up of non-occupiable space. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island 280 m (920 ft) from Jumeirah Beach and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. The shape of the structure is designed to resemble the sail of a ship. It has a helipad near the roof at a height of 210 m (689 ft) above ground.

The hotel is managed by the Jumeirah Group. Despite its size, the Burj Al Arab holds only 28 double-story floors which accommodate 202 bedroom suites. The smallest suite occupies an area of 169 m2 (1,820 sq ft), the largest covers 780 m2 (8,400 sq ft). Suites feature design details that juxtapose east and west. White columns show great influence. Bathrooms are accented by mosaic tile patterns. The Royal Suite is billed at 18 lakhs per night. 

2. Hotel Plaza Athenèe (France):

Hotel Plaza Athénée is a 5-star hotel at 37 East 64th Street between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City. Built-in 1984, it has 143 guest rooms. It is currently owned by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi.

The premier hotel in Paris in terms of grandeur. On the 5th floor is the biggest suite of the French hospitality industry. You get to relish the sights of the Eiffel tower from the hotel. Guests have a private kitchen and a steam room to themselves and enjoy French Regency fabrics and furniture. A night here will cost you 20 lakhs.

3. Palms Casino Resort (Las Vegas Nevada):

Palms Casino Resort is a hotel and casino located near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It has 703 rooms and suites and contains 94,840 sq ft (8,811 m2) casino, recording studio, Michelin-starred restaurant, and 2,500-seat concert theater.

This hotel and casino have 653 rooms of opulence, none more lavish than the Sky Villa resort on the 6th floor covers over 800 square meters, and costs 26 lakhs. Its design style is a tasteful blend of modern and retro. Its world-class facilities like poker tables, racy artwork, and indoor pools make it the preferred choice of the rich. The hotel is renowned for its great nightlife activities.

The Fantasy Tower is also home to several nightlife venues including Moon Nightclub and The View. The tower holds what is known as the Sky Villas and Fantasy Suites, which are some of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. The two-story Sky Villa on the top floor is billed at 30 lakhs per night. 

4. Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez in Cannes (France):

The Hôtel Martinez is a famous art deco style Grand Hotel on the Croisette at Cannes. It was opened on 20 February 1929 by its founder-owner Emmanuel Michele Martinez, son of Baron Giovanni Martinez and Giuseppa Labiso Costanza, from Palermo Sicily, Italy, a noble ancient Italian family of Spanish origins.

This hotel is a prominent feature of luxury living in France. its art styled décor is unmistakable. You can enjoy the scenic view of the southern French city from the hotel. Part of its exclusive features include guests having the luxury of personal jacuzzis overlooking the Bay of Cannes.

5. Grand Resort Lagonissi Royal Villa in Athens (Greece):

It’s very extravagant hotel located on the Athenian Rivera, it has ten restaurants, 197 rooms, and 76 suites. It offers concierge facilities like helicopter lifts, yacht hire, chauffeur-driven limousines for its distinguished guests. At more than 30 lakhs every evening spent, it is the definition of Greek opulence.

Designed for royal and prestigious guests, the Royal Villa encapsulates the essence of luxury in its splendidly appointed interior and exterior spaces welcoming esteemed guests to experience the epitome of luxury living. The Royal Villa features two master bedrooms with king-size beds, a spacious living room with a fireplace and dining table, a fully equipped business corner, a fully fitted kitchen and grill as well as outdoor BBQ facilities. The villa comes complete with an indoor and outdoor heated pool, a fully equipped gym and steam bath, a private massage area with a massage-table, two oversized marble-lined bathrooms, and a guest bath. Furthermore, there are Butler’s quarters with a separate entrance and a bathroom. Privileged guests are welcome to sunbathe on the spacious outdoor terrace, dive in the crystalline waters of the pool, maintain their work out routine while on holidays, and follow their own private path to the dazzling shore of the bay.

4. Laucala Island Resort Hilltop Estate (Fiji):

It’s a very luxurious villa located on its island in the Archipelago of Fiji, you would still have to seek approval via an application from the owner, Dietrick Mateschitz. The hotel has received many positive reviews, many calling it the Apex of the World.

The Hilltop Villa is likened to a “resort within a resort,” situated atop the high green hills of the island, shining as the crowning gem of Laucala. The captivating views, unique atmosphere, and unusually designed main villa with its own panoramic view, landscaped garden, and two spacious guest villas all work together to form one oversized private “estate” on the hilltop. The main villa features a master bedroom, lounge, dining room, library, outdoor pavilions, and lab. You cannot book a stay here, but being friends with the Red Bull founder might give you a chance to get a vacation here.

4 – Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur (India):

The Raj Palace in Jaipur Rajasthan, India is more than two and a half centuries old palace converted into a grand heritage hotel.

The costliest hotel in Asia at a daily rate of more than 32 lakhs. It was built in 1727 and branded as a grand heritage hotel. It was previously The Maharaja’s Pavilion as he once resided there. You can even find a museum celebrating India’s reach heritage in the presidential suite. The hotel is awarded as “the best heritage hotel of India” by the Government of India and voted as “The leading heritage hotel of the world” consecutively for seven times by World Travel Awards. The property is a member of the “Small Luxury Hotel” of the World (SLH). It is managed by the flagship company GVK group which is also a major player in the Mining and Information Technology industries.

Featuring a charming interior with crystal chandeliers and double-height ceilings, the luxurious hotel in central Jaipur also features a relaxing pool and health club. It is also one of the palaces lived by the Maharajah that has been restored to its original glory and charm. Each room is unique and still seems to breathe the spirit of the illustrious guests who once stayed here. It is spacious and decorated with traditional Indian décor and antique furnishings. Many rooms have pieces from the Royal Family’s museum collection. Guests can enjoy views of the garden/courtyard/pool.

Guests can relax in Raj Palace’s swimming pool or schedule a massage treatment at the spa. On-site entertainment includes a theatre and marionette show. It has a number of well-equipped meeting rooms with each having a royal name.

Swapna Mahal serves a variety of international cuisine. The Kebab Shop offers Mughlai cuisine, including live barbecue dishes. Drinks and fresh pastries can be found at The Royal Lounge. A selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages can be enjoyed at the Shikarbadi.

The Raj Palace is a 20-minute drive from Jaipur International Airport. It is a 10-minute drive from the Amber Palace Fort and a 5-minute drive from the Jal Mahal Lake.

3. Four Seasons Hotel Ty Warner (New York):

The building was started in 1989 and took seven years and 372 crores to construct. It’s among the priciest hotels in America. The rooms are exotic, having 360-degree ceiling views, gold, and platinum weave fabrics, amongst other features. It costs 37 lakhs per evening.

Recognized as “a visual tour de force of volumetric flourishes and crafted surfaces” by Architectural Digest magazine, the Ty Warner Penthouse is a seven-year collaboration between I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and visionary hotel owner, Ty Warner. The architectural and artistic masterpiece soars 52 stories into the sky, There are four cantilevered glass balconies (the highest in the world) that perfectly align with the grid of Manhattan’s streets.

Situated on ‘Billionaires’ Row,’ the IM Pei-designed Four Seasons Hotel New York embodies elegant sophistication; yet the Art Deco lobby with soaring ceilings, towering columns and stone flooring has an intimate feel thanks to dim lighting and a quiet atmosphere. Visit Ty Bar for daily afternoon tea or live jazz on Friday nights. The luxe Ty Warner Penthouse on the 52nd floor is a most impressive urban suite. The one-bedroom suite has 26-ft ceilings, hand-lacquered walls inlaid with mother of pearl, floor-to-ceiling bookcases, a grand piano, zen room with a waterfall of South African-sourced semi-precious granite, a Peloton bike, Chinese onyx bathtub, in-suite spa and an exquisite chandelier made by Deborah Thomas.

9. Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite:

If you fancy seeing how the other half lives or have some cash to splash on spectacularly luxurious hotel accommodation, we have just the place for you. The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is famous for being the largest suite in Europe at 1680 square meters, and numerous celebrities and heads of state have stayed in it.

Facing Lake Geneva and minutes away from the most beautiful parks and boutiques along the famous rue du Rhône, this iconic hotel is one of the most contemporary addresses in Geneva, set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Mont-Blanc. With elegant furnishings and stylish amenities, our 204 guest rooms and 22 suites are beautifully appointed and equipped with the highest quality.

Visitors in this hotel enjoy magnificent views of the Swiss Alps. The Penthouse suite is 1800 square Meters with bullet-proof windows. Also, private lifts take you straight to your apartment, amongst other luxuries.

The suite is located on the entire top floor of the hotel and has a panoramic terrace with breathtaking views over Lake Geneva. The wraparound terrace comes complete with a telescope for stargazing on clear nights.

The opulent suite has 12 luxury bedrooms so you can bring all your pals and your entourage along. The bedrooms have marble bathrooms with bath products by Hermès. The two master bedrooms have a vast walk-in dressing room and a marble bathroom with a jacuzzi facing the lake, as well as a separate shower, steam, and mirror TV.

There is also a fitness room to keep you in shape, and a private chef and chauffeur are available to you at all times. To keep yourselves entertained, you have the world’s largest TV screen by Bang & Olufsen, the BeoVision 4-103 home cinema set.

10. Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine (St. Lucia):

At 1 crore per night, it is officially the costliest hotel in the world. Located in the ocean at considerable depth. You get an underwater view of the entire marine world. Though it’s very extravagant, every minute spent on this hotel is worth every penny. This hotel is the very definition of the Mile-Low club.

The people at Oliver’s Travels are known for their exclusive, one-of-a-kind holiday experiences, and this time they’re proposing something as out-of-the-box as it gets. Of course, the endless blue seas and skies are wonderful, especially if you’re on a luxurious yacht.

If you thought the Caribbean was beautiful from the shores or from the deck of a boat, just wait till you see what’s down in the deep: schools of fish, pods of dolphins, and the most amazing landscapes of coral are all underwater, waiting to be discovered.

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