5 most expensive hotels in the world

For the truly rich and famous, hotel rooms with panoramic vistas, private pools and Jacuzzis, and personal butler and chef services in the best vacation spots in the world are only a swipe a credit card away. Let’s take a look at what the top 5 expensive hotels in the world offer their guests—and how much one night stay in pure luxury can cost them:

Hotel: Palms Casino Resort, Hugh Hefner Sky Villa

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Cost: $40,000/night

It should come as no shocker that the most expensive suite in the City of Sin belongs to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. The fantasy suite allows its guests to truly indulge, featuring massage and spa treatment rooms, a poker table, a rotating bed, an indoor waterfall, and an outdoor Jacuzzi overlooking the Strip. This is truly the ultimate place to base yourself when you spend time visiting the attractions of Las Vegas!

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Hotel: Atlantis Paradise Island, Royal Towers’ Bridge Suites

Location: Bahamas

Cost: $25,000/night

The ten Bridge Suites at the Bahamas’ leading luxury resort pamper guests with rooms of truly palatial proportions. The living room is a whopping 1,250-square feet and contains a grand piano and twin entertainment center, while the kitchen contains an ornate 22-karrat chandelier. The 800 square foot balcony provides guests with uninterrupted views of the Caribbean and hotel pools as well.

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Hotel: Four Seasons Hotel, Ty Warner Penthouse

Location: New York, NY

Cost: $35,000/night

Beating out the Plaza Hotel’s Royal Plaza Suite by a few thousand dollars a night, the Ty Warner Penthouse is situated on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons hotel, meaning that it gives its guests an unbeatable 360-view of the New York city skyline. Among its most luxurious features are a Zen garden, a personal spa, a customized iMac computer, and its complimentary amenities: a personal butler, Rolls Royce chauffeur, and a personal trainer.

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Hotel: Grand Resort Lagonissi, Royal Villa

Location: Athens, Greece

Price: $45,000/night

Though there’s a private marina and beach nearby, chances are good you won’t need it when you book a stay at this luxury villa in Athens: it comes equipped with both and outdoor and an indoor pool so you can relax in luxury no matter what the season. Its other outstanding features include a personal gym, steam bath, and massage room, as well as access to your own private butler, chef, and even pianist.

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Hotel: Hotel President Wilson, Royal Penthouse Suite

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Price: $65,000/night

It’s not just this suite’s serene panoramic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc that give it the highest price tag in the world. The room also comes with the greatest security feature an important diplomat or famous celebrity could ask for: bulletproof doors and windows. Its other noteworthy features include a Steinway grand piano, billiard room, library, and a private fitness center.

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Okay, so maybe you’ll never be able to afford these truly fantasy suites, but the hotels that house them have some more affordable rooms that are luxurious enough for the common traveler.