Top 10 Most EXPENSIVE Hotel Rooms in the World

These hotels are not very affordable, but one can dream right?! These hotels are among the most expensive hotels in the world and if you have the budget for it, then you should definitely check them out! They start at about 27 thousand a night but hey, that’s pennies for the 1% right?! We’ve included Nobu Villa in Las Vegas Volla La Cupola Suite in Rome, Royal Suite, Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris, Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island Resort, Laucala Island in Fiji, Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, in Geneva, Switzerland, Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons in New York City, Maharajah's Pavilion, The Raj Palace Hotel, in Jaipur, India and Penthouse Suite, and Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez in Cannes, France.
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Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels in the World


Home away from home is about to take on a whole new meaning. Welcome to MsMojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 most expensive hotels in the world.

For this list, we're looking at the most extravagant hotels from around the globe that can make your yearly rent look more affordable than a single night's stay, and are basing our choices on costs, features and the experience each location offers.

#10: Nobu Villa, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
($35,000/night)

No one would expect any less from the city of excess than a suite big enough to host a wedding or even a small convention. Coming in at 10,000 square feet, the Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace is a three-bedroom beast of a suite, large enough to double as an event venue. The Japanese-inspired suite includes amazing rooftop views, water and fire features, a full bar, a barbecue pit and Jacuzzi. If you need any more royal treatment, the master bedroom includes a private entrance to a Zen garden and every reservation includes a limo ride to and from the airport.

#9: Villa La Cupola Suite, Westin Excelsior, Rome
($30,000/night)

The owners of the Westin Excelsior definitely had the phrase "when in Rome" in mind when designing this villa. A celebration of everything Italian, the Villa La Cupola is covered in art inspired by Italy's fine cultural history, as well as a wine cellar to honour its culinary past. The suite's shining feature is a domed living room complete with murals to make it a mini Sistine Chapel. Between two floors, the suite boasts seven terraces, a mini gym, library, whirlpool bath and a sauna, as well as enough panoramic views of Rome to make its hefty price a little more palatable.

#8: Royal Suite, Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France
($27,000/night)

When your hotel has more film appearances than most indie actors you know it's something special. Furnished from with a lavish assortment of French Regency furniture, a collection of antiques and some of the finest designer fabrics money can buy, luxurious doesn't begin to describe this suite. If a killer view of the Eiffel Tower isn't quite your thing you can look at one of the suite's nine televisions including two massive 85-inch flat screens and even a bathroom set. Although it's only 4,000 square feet, the suite still boasts a Jacuzzi, a steam room, a terrace, a private entrance and a welcome bottle of champagne to make you feel right at home in the city of lights.

#7: Royal Villa - The Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece
($50,000/night)

A suite is about more than just what's inside it. The Royal Villa is only about 4400 square feet, but that's only counting the suite itself. With an exterior area that extends nearly 7,000 square feet, the villa is truly a second home for its patrons, even down to its house-sized price tag. Besides fitting in a full gym, steam bath, massage area, marble bathrooms, a full kitchen and even a fireplace into its interior, it takes things to the next level of relaxation with both indoor and outdoor heated pools. With the surprising amount of outdoor space included, the villa even gives its guests a private path so they can walk along the shoreline of the bay.

#6: Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island Resort, Laucala Island, Fiji
($44,000/night)

How do you choose a suite on a private island with 25 villas? Go big or go home. That's where the Hilltop Estate at the Laucala Island Resort in Fiji comes in. With an insane total of over 100,000 square meters of land, the nightly charge seems a lot more reasonable, and the villa only covers a tenth of that space. With island amenities including golf, horseback riding, scuba diving and even a personal submarine, there's an almost endless list of activities. If you want to stay in, the unique open design with two private swimming pools, a personal chef, a chauffeur, a nanny and the best view on the island will more than fit the bill.

#5: Maharajah's Pavilion, The Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India
($45,000/night)
One floor can only take you so far, so why not try four? The Maharajah's Pavilion has silver, gold and ivory furniture covering every inch of its 16,000 square feet. The first floor starts with a private lounge and bar surrounded by beautiful architecture and gold leafed walls. The second floor features a private museum with the old throne and possessions of the former ruler, as well as an overlook of the grounds. The third floor takes guests to an immense library as well as a huge dining area. Lastly the roof top terrace gives a view of Jaipur, a Jacuzzi, swimming pool, and library, as well as private spa to make the royal-sized bill seem like a discount.

#4: Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, Cannes, France
($37,500/night)

For the rich and famous, there's only one place to stay when you're in town for a film festival. The Penthouse Suite has housed countless celebrities in its time, and with its astronomical price, which usually doubles during the annual Cannes film festival, you'll definitely be seeing stars. You get a lot for the cost, however, with a Turkish bath, sauna, satellite TV and marble bathroom for a start. Thanks to a terrace overlooking the bay and the Boulevard de la Croisette, as well as a living room that dwarfs most apartments, this suite will leave you feeling like one of Hollywood's finest.

#3: Grand Penthouse, The Mark, New York City
($75,000/night)

If it's hard to find buyers for a luxury condo, turn it into a suite. At $75,000 a night, the Grand Penthouse at the Mark is the most expensive suite in the world. With 12,000 feet to roam, it's a castle in the sky, complete with a living room that converts into a ballroom with 26-foot high ceilings. Thanks to French interior designer Jacques Grange, the suite comes with a complete set of custom furniture, floating fireplace, conservatory, library, and a grand piano. If you need to be pampered, take advantage of 24/7 in-suite tailors, hairstyling and even a personal trainer.

#2: Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York City
($45,000/night)

It's impressive what seven years of design can come up with. Located up 52 stories, the suite's 4,300 square foot space make it a home amongst the clouds complete with some one-of-a-kind furnishings. Four glass balconies give a full 360 view of New York that you can reach at any time with your chauffeured Rolls-Royce. For its extravagant entry fee, the suite also boasts a huge library with a 26-foot cathedral ceiling, 25-foot bronze clad bay windows and a spa complete with an infinity soak tub. Best of all, once you descend all 52 stories, your suite is close to everything thanks to its location at Madison and Park Avenue.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:

Presidential Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe
Sardinia, Italy ($32,000/night)

Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental
Shanghai, China ($26,500/night)

Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton
Tokyo, Japan ($26,000/night)

#1: Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
($65,000/night)

The Swiss certainly know how to engineer a classic, and this one became so famous it inspired copycats for years to come. This penthouse has 12 bedrooms and bathrooms in its 18,000 square feet, which somehow all fit in its eighth floor location, giving a panoramic view of Lake Geneva, as well as the Mont-Blanc and the Jet d'eau to anyone staying. For the price of a Cadillac you get a gym, exclusive art, a library of ancient books and a Jacuzzi facing the lake. The suite also has a private elevator and top shelf items including a Steinway grand piano, Brunswick pool table, mirror televisions and a 103-inch flat screen– just in case your amazing view isn't enough.
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