10 Of The Most Expensive Hotel Rooms In The World

If living like royalty tops your luxury vacation priority list, scope you the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. These promise guests a taste of how the superrich holiday. Here is a list of the costliest hotel rooms in luxury hotels across the world.

1. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens

Spread over 12,798 square feet of space, the Royal Villa at Athens’ Grand Resort Lagonissi comes with a price tag designed to send you reeling. At £31,725, this beautiful hotel room smacks of a bygone era, yet has all the amenities you would want in a modern luxury hotel. It houses a heated pool and a steam room and offers access to a private beach. Guests are attended by a butler, a chef and a pianist.

2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort

This 10,000-square-foot space is named after the Playboy founder; it has got to be something else. Guests at the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa get a room with a rotating bed, a mirrored ceiling and a poker table. There is also an open-air Jacuzzi with a view of the Las Vegas strip. All this for a price of £25,380.

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York

If you can cough up £21,580, book the Ty Warner Penthouse at NYC’s Four Seasons. This nine-room space offers 360-degree views, houses a grand piano, a four-foot-high glass-cut chandelier and has TVs that can access every channel in the world. There is butler service as well.

4. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

At 12,917 square feet, this is a really spacious suite with four rooms, six bathrooms and a cocktail lounge for guests. And quit worrying about that sniper who has been tailing you. This luxurious suite has bulletproof windows as well. The price pinch is £20,975.

5. Bridge Suite, The Atlantis Resort, Bahamas

This 4,740-square-foot suite with a price tag of £15,890 has previously hosted the likes of Michael Jackson and Oprah Winfrey. It houses ten rooms and marble baths. Guests get to enjoy the services of a butler and a chef as well.

6. Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow

If you are looking for luxury hotels with rooms that are classic, sober, yet supremely luxurious, the Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton in Moscow is the perfect fit. The 2,550-square-foot suite houses a piano and a library and offers views of the iconic Red Square. The £11,570 price includes five meals a day.

7. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai

It is so bright and colorful that it is almost kitschy, but the 8,395-square-foot Royal Suite in Dubai’s Burj Al Arab is the epitome of luxury. This suite with marble floors and mahogany furniture has a rotating four-poster bed, a private cinema and offers Hermes toiletries. The £11,435 deal includes a chauffer-driven Rolls-Royce. By paying extra, guests could get a helicopter as well.

8. Royal Armleder Suite, Le Richemond, Geneva

Speaking of expensive hotel rooms, you cannot forget the Royal Armleder Suite at Geneva’s Le Richemond. This 2,476-square-foot suite that costs £11,120 boasts of mosaics, parquet floors and bulletproof windows. There is also a 300-square-foot terrace offering breathtaking views of the Alps.

9. Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V, Paris

Few luxury hotels offer the kind of royal treatment guests get at the Royal Suite in Paris’ Four Seasons George V. The antique furniture and marble entrance are exquisite. The 2,630-square-foot suite also includes a private office, a powder room and a sauna. The cost is a cool £10,185.

10. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt Vendôme, Paris

This 2,153-square-foot suite that costs £9,865 houses a 645-square-foot balcony, a dining room and a bar. There is also a steam room, a whirlpool and a massage table.

Via: The Telegraph

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