It is a well known fact that the hospitality industry was under great stress during the economic crisis and though things have improved dramatically but the industry is not completely out of the woods. But you will be surprised to know that the ultra luxury extravagant hotels were the least affected. For them it was business as usual through the crisis. Their most expensive suites were never short on guests and in some cases their tariffs went up during the crisis when luxury hotels were offering significant discounts to fill up their rooms. We knew you would not take our word for it so we prepared a list of the top ten hotel suites that command the highest prices.
Royal Penthouse Suite at President Wilson Hotel: Because of its location close to the UN headquarters in Geneva it serves a clientele that includes high profile visitors with security threat perception. The hotel provides ultra tight security. There are sliding armored doors that can insulate the suite completely. Closed circuit television is provided for monitoring visitors. The price of the secure suite is $65,000 per night.
Royal Villa at Athens’ Grand Resort Lagonissi: It is the most exclusive villa in the resort with its own private beach. The villa boasts of a heated pool and steam room. It is a full service suite in the true sense of the word as you have a personal butler to take care of all your needs. In addition to that you not only have a personal chef to make the meals you desire but you also have your own pianist for live music on command. The price of the Royal Villa is $50,000 per night.
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort: This ultra luxurious suite is known for one feature that is not easy to replicate for any other hotel or resort. It has a cantilevered jacuzzi suspended over the Las Vegas strip and that’s why they claim that no one can give you Las Vegas the way they can. The Sky Villa experience will cost you $40,000 per night.
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York: This full service suite comes with the services of a full time butler and unlimited use of chauffer driven Rolls Royce. In fact there are no limits on the use of any amenity available at the hotel including the spa. The price of Ty Warner Penthouse is $35,000 per night.
Presidential Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia: The Presidential Suite is spread over several floors and boasts of three bedrooms, two living rooms, three bathrooms, and a private pool. Don’t be surprised if after paying $34,000 for the suite you are charged extra for the internet access.
Villa Cupola suite at the Westin: The hotel is located at the centre of Rome and its Villa Cupola boasts of all the luxurious amenities possible in a hotel suite. The price is also a significant $29,255 per night.
Ritz-Carlton Suite at the Ritz-Carlton in Tokyo: Located on the 53rd floor of the hotel it offers the best views of the city and all the high end amenities in the hotel. The rack rate for the luxury suite is $25,000 per night.
Bridge Suite at Atlantis Paradise Island: This is the most unique suite as it connects the two buildings of the resort in Bahamas. The luxuriously done up suite is rather spacious with its ten rooms. The price again is $25,000 per night.
Presidential Suite at Plaza Hotel: It is the most premium suite available in this New York City hotel. It is convenient for entertaining guests as the suite features seven bathrooms. The use of the hotel Rolls Royce is complimentary. It has been priced at $20,000 per night.
Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt: This Paris hotel has created this suite that exudes luxury in every aspect. The high ceilings give it a grand look and the spa bathrooms are the best you can come across in a hotel. The premium suite will cost you $20,000 per night.