The 12 most expensive hotel rooms in the world (with videos)

Right now the whole of Spain, and the population of many other countries in the world, is confined to their homes by the bloody Coronavirus and the State of Alarm decreed to stop its spread. But being locked up at home would certainly be much more bearable if the pandemic caught you in one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.

It’s not my case, nor probably yours, but when the last thing you look at when traveling is your budget, you can stay in hotel suites that are real palaces or that are located in breathtaking places

Why does a room cost more than £10,000 a night? Customers who are willing to pay that amount, or even ten times more, don’t do it because they can (which they also can), but because they are looking for some of these things:

Location. The building in which you stay must be central, and that anywhere in the world always has a cost, or have a situation that offers views that are unrivaled.
Style. The hotel has to be a value in itself, because of its antiquity, prestige or design, and the added value of the room is added to this, with a decoration and details that are much more than up to standard.
Privacy. Anyone who can afford a room for 10,000 or 30,000 euros a night is looking for privacy, intimacy and tranquillity, especially if you are an artist (actor, singer) or a public figure.
Exclusivity. Feeling at home, or very close to it, for someone who has an income in line with the price of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, means having access to exclusive services, from private chefs and butlers to limousine or Rolls Royce transfers, as well as guest rooms or lounges for private dinners.

Let’s dream for a moment that our budget allows it and take a look at what it would cost us to spend a night in the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.

I have imagined that on October 12, Spanish National Day and a holiday in Spain, I have the possibility of staying with my girl in one of these 12 hotels. How much would the most expensive room cost? From lowest to highest, these are, for two occupants, the prices of the 12 most expensive hotel rooms in the world.

12Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Room name: Royal two-bedroom suite

Features: Private elevator, cinema, library, credit of 1000 euros for products and services of the Burj Al Arab, private butler with separate access and kitchen, jacuzzi, guest room on the ground floor of the two that compose it, in 780m2 of extension.

Price per night: 12,882.31 Euros (includes 10% service fee, 7% municipal fee and 5% VAT; does not include 5.06 Euros Tourist Tax).

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

11Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Rangali Island, Maldives

Room name: The Muraka Residence

Features: If you thought that a private two bedroom villa, solarium, infinity pool, personal chef and butler in the Maldives on the Arabian Sea in the Indian Ocean was the pinnacle of luxury relaxation, at The Muraka Residence you also have the master bedroom, dressing room and bathroom 5 meters underwater and with transparent walls.

Price per night: 21,426 euros for the accommodation with breakfast (or 21,038 euros for the “Muraka Romance” package or 29,362 euros for the “Muraka Experience” package which includes personal chef and butler and the trip on a private seaplane).

At this link you can take a look at the villa and book it or at this link take a look at other villas in the same resort.

10Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco

Room name: Grand Riad

Characteristics: Private palace (Riad) that distributes in 1.800m2 and three floors its four bedrooms with dressing room, four bathrooms, a Bedouin tent in the roof, where there is also a swimming pool and a dining room.

Price per night: apx 30.000 (including taxes and fees)

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

9The Plaza, New York, United States

Room name: Royal Suite

Characteristics: The Royal Suite at the Plaza Hotel is inspired by the court of Louis XV and consists of a three bedroom suite accessible by private elevator, overlooking 5th Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain, with a piano, kitchen, library and exercise room in up to 418 m2,

Price per night: $33,000 (including New York State tax, New York City tax and New York Occupancy Tax)

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

8Hôtel Martinez – in the Unbound Collection by Hyatt, Cannes, France

Room name: Penthouse Suite

Features: Located on the top floor, the suite (which is a combination of two “conventional” suites), overlooking the Bay of Cannes, the private beach (the largest in Cannes) of this almost century-old art deco hotel and the riverside Avenue de la Croisette, has 1000m2 of which half are occupied by its privileged terrace.

Price per night: 38,000

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

7Laucana Island Resort, Laucana Island, Fiji

Room name: The Hilltop Villa

Features: A private set of three hilltop villas, formed by “The Delana”, “The Dua” and “The Rua” with more than 12.000m2 at your disposal including an infinity and panoramic swimming pool with excellent views, within an island resort that only has 25 villas.

Price per night: 41,000 euros (if the reservation is accepted)

At this link you can take a look at the villa and book it and at this other link take a look at other villas, hotels and resorts in Fiji.

6Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco

Room name: Diamond Suite – Prince Rainier III

Features: If the Diamond Suite is a 15,000 Euro per night suite, the Prince Rainier III is the most exclusive one, tripling its cost. In return it offers two bedrooms and living rooms adorned with Prince Rainier III’s souvenirs and personal items, 830 m2 of accommodation (or 895 m2 if we request a third bedroom annex), including 350 m2 of terraces where you can find an infinity pool heated by an artificial current jet and views to the Place du Casino and beyond, to the Mediterranean Sea.

Price per night: 45,000

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

5Four Seasons Hotel New York, New York, United States

Room name: Ty Warner Penthouse

Features: On the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel, luxury and views come together in a 400m2 room from which the city can be seen at 360º thanks to four exterior terraces, while inside we find a private elevator access to a set of rooms that include a glass chandelier, a piano, four bookcases from the ceiling to the floor or, in the bedroom, a Swedish-made mattress in a Thai silk bed under a 7.6m high ceiling.

Price per night: approximately 46,000 euros (includes the use of a Rolls Royce with driver during the stay)

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

4Faena Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida, United States

Room name: 5-bedroom Penthouse Suite

Features: Five bedrooms with extra large double bed, nine bathrooms and 1.348m2 of extension for a penthouse with sea views.

Price per night: 53,559 euros (including breakfast) or 53,501 euros without (although you can add it for only 46 euros) but with free cancellation or only 42,810 euros without cancellation and without breakfast.

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

3The Mark New York, New York, United States

Room name: The Mark Penthouse

Features: All the luxuries of a (luxury) house on the 16th floor of the hotel, including five bedrooms spread over two floors, four fireplaces, six bathrooms, two bars, a library, a bright living room with 8m high ceilings or a private terrace of 232 m2 with views of Central Park or the MET in 929 m2 of total area.

Price per night: 69,000

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

2Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

Room name: Royal Penthouse Suite

Characteristics: The largest suite in Europe, with 1,800 m2, occupies the entire top floor (the eighth) of the hotel, offering panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps, a 103″ Bang & Olufsen television, several lounges, a piano, a pool table, a gymnasium, two dining rooms, twelve bedrooms with private bathrooms for guests, two master bedrooms with Jacuzzi, a private elevator to reach it and bulletproof glass in the windows.

Price per night: 75,000

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

1The Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Name of the room: Empathy Suite

Features: In the central tower, where the suites and luxury villas are located, of a set of three towers, the most exclusive of the six unique Sky Villas is located. The Empathy Suite, spread over two floors, is a true art gallery designed by Damien Hirst and includes a personal butler, $10,000 in casino credit, a private tour of the hotel’s artwork, can accommodate up to 52 guests, a curved bar with 13 stools, a pool terrace overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard, a fitness center, massage chairs or an abundance of windows to enjoy the views of Las Vegas from almost anywhere in the 836m2 it occupies.

Price per night: 93,000 euros per night (minimum stay of two nights)

At this link you can take a look at the room and reserve it or at this link take a look at other rooms in the same hotel.

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