Have you ever wondered which is the most expensive hotel in the world and how does it look like?
Believe it or not, there are many hotels with outrageous prices of over €10,000 and even €20,000 per night per room. Usually, these are huge suites furnished by the most famous architects, with works of art, swimming pools, gyms, and personal spas inside.
But, let’s not leave you wondering anymore… here are the 10 most expensive hotels in the world!
|Hotel||Where is it||Most expensive suite|
|Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace||Las Vegas||Nobu Villa ($35,000 / €29,429 per night)|
|The Setai||You love me||The Penthouse ($41,309 / €37,734 per night)|
|Bulgari Resort & Residences||Dubai||Dubai Villa ($42,000 / €35,315 per night)|
|Laucala Island||Fiji||The Hilltop Estate ($42,550 / €35,777 per night)|
|Faena||You love me||The Penthouse ($50,000 / €42,041 per night)|
|Four Seasons Hotel||New York||The Ty Warner Penthouse ($50,000 / €42,041 per night)|
|Martinez hotels||Cannes||The Penthouse ($66,330 / €55,772 per night)|
|The Mark||New York||The Penthouse ($75,000 / €63,062 per night)|
|Hotel President Wilson||Geneva||The Royal Penthouse ($83,600 / €70,293 per night)|
|Palms Casino Resort||Las Vegas||Empathy ($100,000 / €84,083 night)|
10. Nobu Hotel, Las Vegas
It’s an oasis of peace and tranquility, an Asian Zen corner in the heart of bustling Las Vegas as well as one of the most expensive resorts in the world. It is located inside Caesar’s Palace on the main street of the city and has 182 rooms, all of which are very nice and expensive. The best room is Nobu Villa, which takes 3,200 square meters, designed by architect David Rockwell who created games of water and fire inside. It has a private lift, a terrace with a whirlpool, a Turkish bath, and a Zen garden. Plus, the guests have an ever-present butler, full-board service, airport limo transfers, and a free bar.
Celebrities who stayed there: Jennifer Lopez, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and many others.
9. The Setai, Miami
This hotel is located across from South Beach, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It has 141 rooms split between the 1936 Art Deco Vanderbilt building and one of Miami’s tallest skyscrapers.
The most expensive room is the penthouse, The Penthouse, which occupies the entire 40th floor of the tower, measuring more than 3,000 square meters, with a complete view of the ocean, 4 bedrooms, a lounge with a butler, a kitchen, and last-gen electronic devices. Also, there is a personal swimming pool and jacuzzi on the terrace.
Celebrities who stayed there: Britney Spears, David Beckham, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z.
8. Bulgari Resort & Residences, Dubai
Completely different from other luxury hotels in Dubai, the Bulgari Hotel Resort, designed by the Italian architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, is housed in a low-rise building on a private island surrounded by a white beach and accessible via a 300-foot bridge.
The most expensive room is the 1,000 square meters Villa Dubai, which has three bedrooms, a garden, beach, jacuzzi, and swimming pool, all for exclusive use. Moreover, you can use the gym, hammam, and cinema room which are also private.
Celebrities who stayed there: Bella Hadid, Alicia Vikander, and Jon Kartajarena.
7. Laucala Island, Fiji
Fiji’s most exclusive resort is also one of the most expensive in the world. It features 25 exclusive villas built on a private island and is surrounded by coconut plantations, white-sand beaches, lush mountains, and blue lagoons, which make this resort a fantastic place.
The most expensive room is The Hilltop Estate, which is perched at the top of the island offering a 360 ° view, 3 bedrooms, and 11,000 sqm of personal space with two swimming pools, a lush park, a library, a kitchen, and, yes, private staff at its disposal, including a chef, driver, and nanny.
Celebrities who stayed there: Ludacris, Oprah Winfrey, Elle MacPherson, and Tony Hawke.
6. Faena, Miami
It is a luxury hotel in Miami signed by Baz Luhrmann among others. It has a Spa that offers treatments designed by the personal shaman of the owner Alan Faena.
The most expensive room is the 3,000-square-meter Penthouse Suite, which is on two floors and has 5 bedrooms, a large outdoor terrace, a huge marble bathroom with a window overlooking the ocean, and a master bedroom with a 180° view. The guests also have a private chef and a grand piano to use whenever they want.
Celebrities who stayed there: Kate Holmes and Serena Williams.
5. Four Seasons Hotel, New York
A hotel in the heart of Manhattan in New York with 365 elegant, luxurious rooms, and excellent services.
The most expensive room is The Ty Warner Penthouse, which is named after the billionaire owner of the hotel, a penthouse suite on the 52nd floor. It has a wonderful view of Manhattan, 4 glass balconies, a private spa, bathtub, and a Zen room with a chromatic waterfall. The guests have access to a Rolls Royce with a driver, personal trainer, and spa treatments.
Staying in this room will make you feel like Russian billionaires and Hollywood stars.
4. Hotel Martinez, Cannes
On the splendid Croisette of Cannes, where VIPs, actors, and celebrities stroll, you will find this art deco-style hotel with 400 rooms and a two-star Michelin restaurant.
The most expensive room is The Penthouse, which contains works by Matisse and Picasso and has 4 bedrooms and a 270 square meters panoramic terrace overlooking the sea. The guests also have an ever-present butler and many services at their disposal.
Celebrities who stayed there: Scarlett Johansson, Robert de Niro, Eva Longoria, Diane Kruger, and Susan Sarandon.
3. The Mark, New York
An elegant property located at the top of New York’s Upper East, near Central Park and the Met, The Mark is a sort of boutique hotel with 141 rooms, all of sober elegance, that also features an excellent restaurant run by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
The most expensive room is The Penthouse with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, custom furniture, a rooftop terrace with spectacular views over the city, two bars, a library, a winter garden, and a huge lounge. The guests get a 12-hour chauffeur, a Hudson Bay sailing cruise, helicopter airport transfers, and a butler.
Celebrities who stayed there: Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner, Oprah Winfrey, Kerry Washington, Emma Watson, and Common.
2. Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
The President Wilson Hotel is located on the shores of Lake Geneva. It has 228 rooms, almost all with panoramic views, an LA Mer Spa, and Hermes products for its guests.
The most expensive room is The Royal Penthouse Suite which occupies the entire 8th floor and has a full view of Lake Geneva. Within its 1,680 square meters, there are 12 bedrooms, a whirlpool tub, a pool table, a grand piano, and a telescope for stargazing. As one would expect, the protection of this suite is guaranteed with bulletproof windows, a panic button, and technological and secure safes.
Celebrities who stayed there: Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Céline Dion, and Rihanna.
1. Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
This resort has 1,395 exclusive rooms and suites; one with a bowling alley, another with a basketball court, but the most expensive room is The Empathy Suite.
This 2,590-square-meter penthouse features an outdoor pool, two formaldehyde sharks, 6 specially commissioned works of art, a bar, and panoramic views of downtown Las Vegas. The guests get a 24-hour butler, chauffeured car, and a $10,000 resort credit.