Many times we wonder which is the world’s most expensive hotel or which are the most expensive hotels in the world? Well, we’re going to provide that answer and an inside look of the best hotels in the world and what makes each one of them worthy of our top 15 list.
If you enjoy traveling and the quality of luxury is more important than anything else, then these luxurious hotels will make your holiday lasts forever! With infinite budget come infinite options but very few are at the top of a fine living experience. These hotels are only waiting to make your visit as memorable as possible.
We ranked them on basis of the most expensive hotel suite, the hotel has to offer with their standard fare and no extra cost.
Here are the top 15 most expensive hotel in the world. Because they are very expensive, everyone cannot afford them but they can be virtually available to everyone.
15 The Apartment at the Hotel Connaught, London | $23,500 per night
At $23,500 a night, The Apartment is an appropriately stunning legacy, designed by the legendary David Collins, who tragically passed away shortly after completing the project. The reception room is filled with limited-edition books and carefully picked antiques and an array of specially commissioned furniture and art. The master-bedroom suite features a four-poster bed with exquisite silk draping, while cabinetry is upholstered in navy and lilac leather.
The Apartment offers menus designed by Michelin-starred chef Helene Darroze and a private butler. Your personal barman is always available to assist, whenever your preferred cocktail hour. Complimentary treatments in a space of unequalled calm and peace await you at the Aman Spa. It has a wrap-around balcony to get view of London’s incredibly posh Mayfair area. As an exclusive private 9-bedroom suite, the entire 6th floor is also available to occupy. A personal trainer is available to work out with you at any time you wish, in the hotel gym or in the suite. You are welcomed in your suite with a bottle of Krug Champagne on ice.
14 The Presidential Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe in Porto Cervo, Italy | $26,000 per night
Located on the most romantic stretch of the Costa Smeralda in Italy The Hotel Cala di Volpe resembles a charming fishing village, with its attractive Sardinian houses and the striking landing stage jutting out into a sea of clear turquoise, azure and emerald green. The hotel pays tribute to Sardinia’s natural beauty and unique artistry. The minimal chic decor is influenced by classic Sardinian workmanship.
At $26,000 for a night, the Hotel Cala di Volpe’s Presidential Suite is pure touch of elegance. An exquisite local design and haven of thoughtful comforts. The Presidential Suite provides three bedrooms, a huge private swimming pool, a solarium and a fitness area. A large terrace which offers sweeping scene of the sparkling azure coastline. Reaching a whole new heights of splendor and elegance the Presidential Suite is by far the most spectacular feature in Costa Smeralda, Sardinia.
13 The Royal Suite at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris | $27,000 per night
When it comes to luxury in the most stylish and romantic city in the world, there is no other alternative than the legendary Hôtel Plaza Athénée. Situated in the center of Haute Couture, on the famous Avenue Montaigne, this hotel is in the ideal location for the finest shopping in Paris, and has some of the most spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower. Established in 1913, Hôtel Plaza Athénée has frequently welcomed royalty, politicians and celebrities through its doors, and is one of the best hotels in Paris.
The Royal Suite at the Plaza Athénée is the largest hotel room in entire Paris. The interiors of the suite were designed by Marie-José Pommereau, co-founder of the French version of Architectural Digest. The result is a vintage decor tilted towards the 18th century Régence era, with latest technology amenities, including concealed TV behind mirrors, a steam room and a Jacuzzi. The suite has three living rooms four en-suite bedrooms and a separate kitchen.
12 The Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai | $27,900 per night
Located on the banks of the Huangpu River, Mandarin Oriental in Pudong, Shanghai is a five-star luxury hotel. The hotel offers the perfect combination of comfort, style and world-class service in the heart of Pudong’s central financial district. Mandarin Oriental is surrounded by the gleaming skyscrapers of Lujiazui. The hotel is famous for its serene spa, a stunning contemporary design and world-class restaurants.
Inside The Presidential Suite of Mandarian Oriental there is a fully equipped kitchen, a private wine cellar, a dedicated meeting room and a massive marble bathroom with its own steam section- so it is ideal for both entertainment as well as business. Visitor who reserve a stay at this exclusive suite which nearly occupies the entire 25th floor, can indulge two private rooftop gardens with panaroma of Shanghai. Multiple bedrooms feature modern decor, Frette linens and floor-to-ceiling windows.
11 The Shangri-La Suite at the Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul | $30,000 per night
Founded by Robert Kuok in 1971 Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, the company has 99 hotels and resorts in Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America and Australia. Shangri-La Bosphorus in the Besiktas district on the western edge of Istanbul is a prime spot on the European bank of the Bosphorus.
The Shangri-La Suite has two bedrooms and been subjected to unsteady currency fluctuations in recent time, and is comparatively cheaper than it was 2 years ago. Shangri-La Suite is a penthouse and the only room on the sixth-floor of Shangri-La Bosphorus, facing the romantic Bosphorus Strait. With most of the Istanbul’s landmarks and its renowned skyline silhouettes visible, the suite has three separate private terraces. The marble-clad bathroom has a heated floor and toiletries are by Bulgari. Furthermore a 19-inch television embedded in the mirror of the bathroom.
10 The Royal Penthouse at Corinthia Hotel, London | $33,600 per night
A former British Government building and now a luxury hotel, the Corinthia Hotel London, at the corner of Whitehall Place and Northumberland Avenue in London, and is located on a triangular site between the Thames Embankment and Trafalgar Square.
The Royal Penthouse at the Corinthia Hotel provides a majestic array of facilities and features. It includes an imposing entrance hall, a study and an oval 10-seat dining room, an expanse of living space and offers two floors connected by a private internal lift. The palatial theme continues to a grand staircase guides to 2 bedrooms with king-size beds and bathrooms of Skyros marble and honey onyx. Connecting doors open-up the choice of 2 further bedrooms. From the hidden den to the butler’s kitchen and the private spa suite, walk-in wine cellar. Oak parquet floors, leather-lined shelves and mirror-panelled walls create a luxurious yet enlightened backdrop for the hand-made furniture. The Royal Penthouse’s design proves that sumptuous opulence can be delivered with dignity.
09 The Presidential Suite at St Regis Hotel, New York | $35,000 per night
Originally founded by John Jacob Astor over a century ago,the St. Regis New York, is a AAA Five-Diamond hotel and Forbes Five-Star located in the heart of midtown Manhattan. The flagship hotel with chic guestrooms, Astor Court and public spaces has evolved to show the rich history of St. Regis.
The Presidential Suite is modern opulence at its finest with designer furnishings, soaring ceilings, epic mountain views, a sumptuous king size St. Regis bed and the latest technology with a 60” flat screen television complimenting it. For your convenience, the fully functional kitchenette includes a pantry. An eight people gathering can share an exceptional meal at the dining table. The elegant marble bathroom features a bathtub, a shower, bathrobes, double vanities and Remède bath.
08 The Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA | $40,000
Palms Casino Resort is a casino and hotel located near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It has 8,811 m2 (94,840 sq ft) casino, 703 rooms and suites, recording studio, 2,500-seat concert theater and Michelin-starred restaurant. Even though it is located off the Strip, the resort has become a famous destination for many, especially younger people, celebrities and Hollywood actors.
At $40,000 per night.The Sky Villa at Palm casino is one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. With that amount, you get everything from a balcony pool, a Jacuzzi pool, overlooking the Strip, private glass elevator, 24-hour butler service and a massage room.
07 The Palace Suite at Jumeirah Bodrum Palace, Bodrum, Turkey | $44,111
Jumeirah Bodrum Palace, formerly The Golden Savoy, set along the eye-catching Bodrum coast with attractive views of the Aegean Sea, is about 10 minutes from Bodrum city centre, lied in the natural beauty of Zeytinlikahve Cove, and just 20 minutes far from Bodrum International Airport. With exclusive suites and villas accommodation, each offering smooth views of the Aegean Sea, Jumeirah Bodrum Palace offers a special balance between comfort, luxury and seclusion.
The Palace is the most magnificent offering in Jumeirah Bodrum Palce. There are more bathrooms than bedrooms in this expensive royal suit. Expect gold lion statues in the pool, a personal pier and its own hammam which is a Turkish bath.
06 The Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece | $47,000 per night
The Grand Resort Lagonissi is located on the cosmopolitan Athenian Riviera and surrounded by the azure of the Aegean sea. The resort is set close to the Athens centre the port of Piraeus and the Athens International Airport thus allowing easy approach to some of the most impressive attractions, venues, shopping districts, beaches, bars, restaurants and athletic complexes of Athens.
One of the most expensive and most luxurious hotel rooms in the world is The Royal Villa. Living up to its expensive title, this villa offers the best pampering adventure experience for the wealthy few. The Royal Villa comprises of three bedrooms also has two pools – one on the outside, which is heated and the other on the inside. A wooden walk-in closet, private massage area with a massage table, marble bathrooms, remote-controlled mattresses and curtains, a steam room, heated floors and private parking area, a private butler, chef, beach, fireplace, and piano with a pianist are some of the many facilities that this villa provides its guests. There is also a 640 sq garden.
05 The Presidential Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France | $51,800
The Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez is a renowned art deco style Grand Hotel at Cannes. It was inaugrated on 20 Feb, 1929 by its founder-owner Emmanuel Michele Martinez, son of the Giuseppa Labiso Costanza and Baron Giovanni Martinez, from Italy, a noble ancient Italian family of Spanish origins. The hotel joined the Hyatt chain on April 9, 2013.
The Presidential Suite of the Grand Hyatt Cannes will immerse you in luxury and then almost marinate you in some heritage and history, as well. You get four bedrooms and bathrooms, two dining areas, two studies, and an olive-tree lined rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi and a sight of the Bay of Cannes. The Presidential suite is furnished by the arts of the masters, and you can see creations by Matisse and Picasso, among others.
04 The Hilltop Villa at the Laucala Island Resort, Fiji | $52,077 per night
Laucala Resort is the best South Pacific personal island hideaway. White dazzling turquoise lagoons, sugary beaches, rich green mountains, swaying palm trees, scenic panoramas and continually smiling people, Laucala Resort will call out to your inner soul. Located on 3200 unspoiled acres, Laucala Island is built up of 25 special Fijian villas, with an option of beachfront or overwater, as well as hilltop villas carved into the volcanic cliffs of a Golf course. Only 15% of the island is occupied leaving the rest untouched as nature demands it.
Rested on the top of Lacula hills the Hilltop Villa is described as a ‘resort within a resort’. It features unusual design and verdant, landscaped gardens and panoramic views from its lap pool. There’s access to a private cook and chauffeur, a nanny, 72-hole golf course, as well as the lifetime opportunity to explore the beaches and plantations on the estate’s Fijian horses.
03 TY Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons, New York | $56,500 per night
Experience and acknowledge 5-star New York hotel living in this contemporary-deco landmark, like your own private residence steps from Madison Avenue shopping and Central Park. Enjoy Midtown Manhattan’s energizing whirlwind, then return to the luxury and serenity of Four Seasons Hotel New York for city views and breathtaking park.
Sitting pretty on the 52nd floor, the TY Warner Penthouse is the highest hotel suite in New York city. This 4,300-square-foot suite gives a 360° view of Manhattan. It has diamond skylights, cathedral ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows, providing the greatest luxury in the city. The walls of dressing room are decorated with soft calfskin leather. This ultra lavish suite comes with a 24-hour personal trainer, personal butler, and Rolls-Royce chauffeur.
02 Shahi Mahal Suite at Raj Palace in Jaipur, India | $60,000 per night
The Raj Palace is located in Jaipur city of Rajasthan, India. It is an over two and a half centuries old palace transformed into a grand heritage hotel. The hotel is voted as “The leading heritage hotel of the world” for seven times consecutively by World Travel Awards and the Government of India awarded it as “the best heritage hotel of India”
The Raj Palace, which was an actual palace constructed in the 1700s is nothing less than a suite fit for a “Maharaja” which means King. The Shahi Mahal Suite is four-floored, which is accessed via a private entrance through the Charbagh gardens and is furnished in ivory and gold-leaf. It also has a private library, theater and roof terrace with whirlpool tub. Visitors also have access to an exclusive kitchen staff and a team of butlers.
01 The Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland | $83,200 per night
The Hotel President Wilson is is named for the 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson. The hotel is located in Geneva, Switzerland near the United Nations building, on Lake Geneva. This is the most expensive hotel in the world as it offers the most expensive hotel suite in the world the Royal Penthouse Suite.
The Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel is the most expensive hotel suite in our list and the world. For more than $83,000 for a single night, you can relax on an 18,000 square feet terrace with views of Swiss Alps. It features 12-bedrooms with 12 marble bathrooms, armored doors, Steinway grand piano, a human-sized safe, a private elevator, bulletproof windows and helipad access which makes it favorite among celebrities, heads of state, and other VIPs in need of luxury, comfort, and privacy.