10 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in The World

Let’s pretend for a moment that money is no object. Perhaps you’re a ridiculously successful entrepreneur. Maybe you were born into wealth. Or maybe you won the lottery (maybe even that nearly $600 million record-setting U.S. Powerball recently?). For whatever reason, you have more money than you could ever hope to spend. What would you do with it? Where would you go?

If, like many people, you dream of being able to travel the world, you could really do so in style. But where to the richest of the rich in this world stay when they travel? They likely stay in luxury accommodations such as some of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, enjoying opulence most of us could only dream of. Sure. We might never join them. And that’s okay. We’re just pretending, remember?

So let’s explore some of our original list of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world and take a few minutes to imagine what it might be like to stay in one of these places. Privacy. Decadence. Imagine living like kings and queens for a day. Where would you stay?

If you know of another newer expensive hotel that didn’t make the list, tell us about it and what they offer in the comments.

Have you ever dreamed of spending a relaxing night at a luxury hotel? Or maybe planning a romantic evening or a honeymoon where you want to impress your beloved? What would you want included? A gorgeous view? A large comfy bed? A jacuzzi? A personal butler?

Did you know that prices at the best hotel suites have gone up 10% this year? Are you ready to drop about $30,000 for one night? Would you be willing to spend that kind of money on a hotel room? And by the way, none of the nightly room rates includes tax so be prepared to add another 10 – 17% to your bill at checkout.

Here are the 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world from the last year.

10. The Penthouse Suite, The Martinez Hotel, Cannes

Nightly Rate: $18,000

This is the biggest, most expensive, and the only terraced penthouse suite on the Cote d’Azur. Both of the two suites has a jacuzzi, plasma screen televisions, DVD library, kitchen, open bar, private butler on call 24/7 (ditto for a limousine), and an option to join both suites into one big apartment. The luxury has no limit here – the design is kept in the Art Deco style, with streamlined furniture, silk curtains and teak parquet floors.

The wraparound terrace is 2,000 square feet with the views of the Lerins Islands as well as the entire Bay of Cannes and can comfortably hold 100 people. One Saudi sheik liked the suite so much he wanted to rent it for five years. The hotel said no. What else can you say? Tres magnifique!








9. Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton Moscow

Nightly Rate: $18.200

The floor-to-ceiling windows in the Ritz-Carlton Suite will give you the most beautiful views of the Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, and Christ the Savior Cathedral. The furnishings are in a Classic Russian Imperial style. The 2,500 square-foot suite comes with a spacious living room, dining area, library, office room and boardroom, grand piano, and heated floor.

You will get to enjoy five meals a day and their very own KGB-approved autonomous energy supply system and secure telecommunications array.






8. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Nightly Rate: $19.000

The two-story, 8,400-square-foot suite features views over the Arabian sea, marble flooring, a rotating four-poster bed in the master bedroom, dining area, and a private cinema and elevator between the split-level rooms.

The marble bath comes fully stocked with full-sized products from Hermes. Guests are met by a chauffeur driven Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph (or, for a bit extra, by a helicopter). A personal butler stands 24/7 at the ready to fulfill every wish. The Royal Suite is the last word in luxury with a marble and gold staircase, leopard print tufted carpets and Versace linens.

What you can also enjoy is a submarine ride to an underwater restaurant complete with shark-infested aquarium.







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7. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt, Vendôme, Paris

Nightly Rate: $20.000

This pricey suite is located on the 5th floor and takes 200-sq.-meters. A 60-sq.-meter balcony is overlooking the Rue de la Paix, with an outstanding view of the Vendôme column. The Imperial Suite has high ceilings, a dining room, kitchenette, bar, and a mansard roof. It also includes in-suite spa with whirlpool bath, steam room shower and a built-in massage table. Also included are high-speed Internet access and a computer with flat screen monitor, multi-line telephones, and a separate work area to help you enjoy the work process.





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6. The Bridge Suite, The Atlantis, Bahamas

Nightly Rate: $22.000

The Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge that connects the two Royal Towers buildings, so it overlooks the entire resort and marina. An 800 square foot balcony and 12-foot high ceilings throughout with full length windows allow you to enjoy a 360 view of the water, lagoons and pools in Paradise Island. We can make a guess that most of the price is paid for the location of the suite. Forbes reports the suite has hosted guests including Oprah, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, and Bill Gates.

The suite has 10 rooms that are decorated in black, red and gold (including a 22-karat gold chandelier in the dining room). The living room is a 1,250-square-foot room with grand piano and twin entertainment centers. The master bedroom has a sitting area, his-and-hers closets so large that you can park your car there, and hand-painted linens. The kitchen also has its own entrance, so a permanent staff of seven, including a butler and a cook can access the rooms without bothering you.




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5. Presidential Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Nightly Rate: $25.000

The suite is located on the 53rd floor above Tokyo with spectacular views that include the Imperial Palace outer gardens and Roppongi Hills.

In the suite’s 3300 sq ft you get pure luxury with a stunning four poster bed in the master bedroom, personal concierge, connected living room/dining room, an oversized marble bathroom with Sony BRAVIA 20 inch flat screen television, and access to indoor pool and fitness studio.






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4. Villa La Capula Suite, Westin Excelsior, Rome

Nightly Rate: $29.000

The suite is located on the fifth and sixth floor underneath the cupola of the hotel which was made famous by Fellini’s movies. It covers 6,099 square feet and has an additional 1,808 square feet of balconies and terraces. While it only has two bedrooms, five more can be joined to it. The entire suite was just remodeled in 1998 for a cost of around $7 million. So now you will have all things Roman and excessive – a cupola, a Pompeii-style Jacuzzi pool, frescoes (the painted horizons on the frescoes were designed to match perfectly with the real Roman one), stained glass windows, and almost 2,000 feet of balcony space including a sun deck overlooking the Via Veneto district.

The downstairs also has a private kitchen, and the dining room features an antique Murano glass chandelier, a private wine cabinet with over 150 wines to choose from and a study/library covered in hand-carved wood. And what really makes this suite over the top is a private cinema with Dolby surround sound.

Now that’s living la dolce vita.





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3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel, New York

Nightly Rate: $50.000 (Updated: 22nd December, 2015)

The $50 million Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons in NY was designed by legendary architect I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and hotel owner Ty Warner.

The nine-room suite has walls inlaid with mother of pearl, gold and platinum-woven fabrics. The suite is located on the 52nd floor of New York’s tallest hotel with floor-to-ceiling bay windows offering a breathtaking 360 degree view of the City. If that is not relaxing enough you can enjoy a waterfall in the Zen Room, play the grand piano in the library or soak in a tub overlooking Central Park. Full spa treatments, a personal trainer and a 24/7 butler are all included, and if you still find a will to leave, you can choose to be chauffeured in a Rolls Royce or Maybach, and you’re always guaranteed a table at the hotel’s renowned L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon restaurant.





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2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

Nightly Rate: $40.000

If anyone knows how to vacation in Las Vegas, that will be Hugh Hefner. Even though he is known as a homebody he has spent a few nights away from the mansion at the Sky Villa. The suite itself was built to model the original playboy mansion; it also incorporates elements derived from a vintage Playboy magazine article about the ultimate bachelor pad. The suite cost roughly $10 million to build but the high-rollers can rent it for a small $40,000 a night.

Everything screams S-E-X-Y at the Sky Villa. The two-story 9,000 square foot Villa includes a glass elevator, a rotating bed set beneath a mirrored ceiling, and a glass wall Jacuzzi that extends out over the hotel and offers amazing Strip views, around-the-clock butler service, massage and spa rooms, work-out room and poker table, fireplace, three bedrooms, and pop-up plasma TVs.
Sorry, Bunnies not included.

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1. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

Nightly Rate: $53.000

The Imperial Suite, which is actually an entire top floor of the hotel, is reached via a private elevator and has four bedrooms, six bathrooms with mosaic marble floor, a cocktail lounge and a terrace with a dramatic view through the bulletproof windows over the city, Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc — all of which overlook Lake Geneva. The suite is decorated in a contemporary style, with marble and hardwood floors. The living room has a billiards table, a library and a cocktail lounge with a view of the water fountain, and can accommodate 40 people. The dining room seats 26 people around an oval mahogany table.

The hotel’s staff reassures guests that the security in the Imperial Suite is among the best in the world, ideal for celebrities or traveling heads of state who visit the United Nations headquarters next door at the Palais Wilson.






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Note: This article was originally published on March 22, 2010. It has since been updated with the addition of some new content.

Join the discussion

  • I thought the comment section was to leave opinions as to the Suites that are listed above. My comment is that a lot of these suites are beautiful. If I had the money, I would love to stay in a couple of those, just for the experience of it, alone.
    I just wish people would quit being so judgemental of people that actually have the money to stay at one of these places. Hey…if you could, you might too. Just sayin’.

    • Tonysgirl1959; some people just need to hate others for their own shortcomings. I too think it would be fun to stay at one of these places. The joke in our house has always been if we ever came into real money we would rent a private jet during football season and go see our favorite team every game during the season.

  • I am so rich and so bored that I spent the last hour reading this comment thread while I am staying here at the President Wilson, but the engaging discourse made it the best $2,200 I ever spent!

    • Just a question, IF you are one of the rich folks in the world.
      Have you ever put a mattress in the back of a SUV and just went out and camped in nature? fire pit. BBQ. and dogs running around barking??

  • i would not spend this much money just for 1 night accomodation even if i was super rich. there are better ways to spend money.

  • What makes a person happy is not what he has as goods in this world but when you know that your sins are forgiven by the blood of Jesus and because your treasures are not in this world but in Heaven where thieves cannot rob them and also things that the eyes have never seen or the ears have never heard. The thing that brings more joy to me is to know that my soul is more important than everything and there is only one person who can save our soul: this is Jesus act 4:12 in the Bible.
    To be rich is not a bad thing, but when you trust in your wealth and do not realize that you need a Savior for your soul. Money must be your servant not your master, there is only one Master, Jesus.
    And whatever the amount of money someone owns, this comes from God the Creator as the owner of everything in the heaven and on the earth. Also everyone must praise God because of the breath of the life He imparted into us. All man should worship his Creator. Lack of love causes a lot of people in the world to suffer, to be starving and to even die from poverty and sickness. When someone can pay $53.000 for only one night in a luxurious hotel and millions of people are expected to die from famine, epidemic deseases etc where the people of the third world countries can’t even make a decent living.If we loved one another like Jesus says in His word in the Bible everybody would live a happily decent life. I suppose that all the riches of the the world are only possessed a small group of people where the great number or majority is suffering. There will be a time where the Throne of God will installed on the earth with Jesus as The King. His Reign and Kingship will put an end to all the trouble of the world. This is my vow and desire to see Him come because The order of things must be changed, the wordl system must replaced.

    • Shoot, I guess I am coming into this conversation more than a year late??!! 🙂 I’m surprised they still have this article up!

    • I agree with you, I’d love to spend a night or two in a place like this but I would probably bring 2 or 3 poor single mom’s with their kids to enjoy it with me. If I were rich I would still shop at Kmart, or Wal-Mart and with the money I saved I’d again , take a bus load of families living in poverty to buy some new clothes for school or just because…they’re needed. Otherwise, except for buying a decent comfortable home, (making sure it was paid for so I never end up homeless again, my life would stay about the same, but I would spend a lot of time in prayer asking for God’s direction on how to best use the money to help others help themselves. I’d love to start several companies, or back several companies, that took different ideas, bought all materials from US companies…making sure these companies also value their employees, and make sure everyone, no matter what their jobs, were paid a livable wage, received the best healthcare and after paying up all company debts each year, putting something aside to create even more companies, divide all profits between the employees. I believe all the rich can live on a lot less, and that each of us will give an account to God for every dollar we spend above what we need to survive on. (I’m not saying God doesn’t allow anyone to enjoy some of their money, but all riches are given from Him, (and can be taken just as quickly from Him), for the purpose of helping the poor, the needy and our families, and for the promotion of the gospel…not by supporting multimillion dollar church buildings, but to help those who actually sacrifice everything for the work of an evangelist or missionary. In reality, only the poor help the poor…I’m so glad my rewards are waiting for me in heaven where I won’t lose them in death, moth and rust cannot destroy and thieves cannot rob.

    • but people that can afford it do give loads of money to charity so if they want to chill in over priced hotels then that’s their choice

  • wooooow. staying for one night is 125 times more than one month salary in my country. i live in iran. and my salary is 200$ per month

  • nice hotels but i would rather save 1000 people around the world who need it more than to stay at these places. At the end of the day you never take your money with you

  • They are very nice.
    However, One does not need to stay in these places to have a elegant and luxurious time.

    – James

  • its everyone choice were and how to spent their money!!for us who cant?enjoy life!just enough money from the fruit of our labor……..then spent it for are family.

  • Hello guys!

    I am a harvard graduate and I am 42 years old. I wanted to check out a nice hotel to live in. I am PhD in economy and my stocks have grown a big deal leaving me with a lot of money. Though I don’t get why you’re making fun of the poor. They are people that are unfortunate, they should be respected.


    • my dad gives money to poor and most of the ones that wrote that they are rich_ are not rich at all.

    • i hope you succeed in your life .we are living in global village and when i see someone like you want to respect or help to other people from all over the world without considering language ,race ,etc be satisfied and excited in the other side on the world.i hope to visit you one day.if you want to come in my country ,IRAN i can introduce famous hotel in my country .

  • That was so funny how you people say you are rich even though you used slang. REAL RICH PEOPLE USE PROPER WORDS

  • @half the people who’ve posted above – Honestly brah, you can’t use incorrect grammar or spelling (in what is probably their second language) to judge someones financial situation. I, personally, know a couple of friends that have insanely high net values, however, struggle to even convey general messages in English; as it is their second language.

    Wouldn’t be surprised if a few people on here actually had what they claimed, CAUZ I NO I HAVE 3 FARARI IN MY GARAJ DWN STERS

    Come to the UAE. You’ll be put in your place in an instant. :))))

  • Im a child of one the owners of ritz in moscow, and I’m 17 and i have 4 security guards a bentley, and a house with parent in the best part of moscow, Rublevka- Barvikha village. So relax

  • for those who are worrying about others money, worry about yours “only”. they are not talking about rooms here this website is about suites, not any other ordinary suite, but those who care for themselves unlike you people….. come on the only pathetic person is you… if i was that rich, i would spend $65k then risk my life, of course i am worth more…. but a bullet proof suite would work….. nothing is free in america…. if i had that money burj al arab would be the first on the list, know that is what i call luxury… rolls royce

  • Only Indian Politicians Can make my dream to stay a single night here. Though i m not so lucky enough so my dreams shattered. I want to know that, Do any normal Indian citizen can see those hotels, i m not talking about staying there. Strange but true. Please love poor people.

  • You are all pathetic. This is nothing compared to the hotels in the future. But we’ll bang okay?

  • why dont you try to stay in our hotelllits very relaxing here…… crimson resort and spa..here in cebu city philippines

  • Lol the real funny thing is guys I am a poor person and proud, I work just to live a life and struggle to make £500 for a car but honestly Im happy I have a loving family a loving bf you can sleep in your luxurius bed and make love to your money buy Im gonna live my life and love that the happy way! your money can’t buy happiness it cant buy you love it cant buy family it just makes you rude and arogant. Iwould choose poor and happy any day over rich and alone! have fun in your posh hotels because if you take a bf or a gf there or a friend you never know who to trust they might just be using you for your money! IAt least all the people in my life are genuine and I am happy all poor people and proud stand up and shout because we won’t die alone we won’t know who not to trust but we will die loved not for money but for us loved and happy! I am 18 and saying this!

  • Ok why don’t we just ignore the comments about what we own and our salary. People here are confident enough to talk about how much money they have, but would they be able to talk about all the bad things they have done in their life, and their regrets (we all have them)? Maybe its time to start looking at ourselves instead of our paycheck. People experience different events and places because of different circumstances and dont judge people when you have nothing to judge. Yep, I’m Indian. Before you go off at me, let me tell you something about myself so you have something to judge on. I’m a 13 year old girl living in Australia. Parents want me to become a doctor and have already planned an arranged marriage while I want to be a pilot and fall in love. I’m not looking for any pity, but just remind yourself that you dont know what people are going through before you put them down.

  • Are you people all on blow? Let me point out a few key facts here:

    #1. Thee rich stay in these hotels simply because they can. so piss off you bleeding little wankers!
    #2. We’re all idiots for posting three years worth of comments on this article.

  • To the majority of those posting on this:

    Thanks for the very entertaining feed! It is truly wonderful to see such a widespread gathering of graduates of the SCHOOL OF MORE GOODER ENGLISH on one feed!!

    In addition, I and my fellow readers do certainly appreciate this group of “billionaires”
    (and Billion – Heirs) for sacrificing part of their NASCAR Raceday to share their glorious
    and brilliant insight on the topic, which seemed to be forgotten around the 2nd or 3rd post.
    I only wish I was as fortunate and enlightened as most of you seem to be.

    Thanks for the laughs, and enjoy those Pork Rinds!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • for those who are leaving nasty comments about the poor people:
    no one cares about your money, we only care that your are being downright
    bratty and stuck up. Ive seen poverty down in Guatemala and its not something to
    joke about. And by the way, most of us are not poor, we are middle class.
    If someone is at home with a computer typing comments, do you really think
    they are poor? You guys are just plain dumb

  • I’ve been to Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel and President Wilson Hotel.I always longing to go to the Burj Al hotel in Saudi Arab because of the Arabic culture.Any suggestion about there or any good place at there to visit?Please help me.

    • Hi Jacky,
      I live in Dubai in United Arab Emirates where Burj Al Arab is and Burj Khalifa the Highest Tower in the world.
      If you wish to stay in Dubai i suggest to stay at Burj Al Arab and you can always visit Burj Khalifa and try the Tower tour and enjoy as short stay at Armani hotel. Also you can try the Cavali Club and so many places in Dubai..
      Don’t forget to try desert safari to enjoy the Arabic culture and entertainment …
      Good luck and please feel free to contact me if further info needed.



  • what a waste of money the best hotel i ever had was sleeping on the tent by river with fire around and stars at sky and with my girl. just so so beautiful i just can not describe with words.

  • Being rich is fun but not easy. If you were this rich, you’d have to stay in expensive hotels and buy expensive things. If you don’t believe it, then stay broke. You just won’t understand. The most expensive hotels are the best to stay in. Y’all sound like poor people.

  • Hmmm,

    All of you there are immature. Stop being a child. Grow up.

    To the writer of this site, you did a great job. It plays to my eyes. Amazing!
    Pls post more beautiful pictures and amazing facts around the world. We need it for a break.
    Take care y’all

  • in this amount u can feed 15000 ppl for three times a day ,in this amount u can bring 15 dying ppl to life ,in this amount u can provide building of 100 childrens for school instead of sleeping or enjoying for one night by doing these things u can bring satisfaction for whole life and even after life .thank u

    • you can also stay in a kick ass room ppl do what they choose and should not be judged for it as long as they are not hurting others.

  • it was a very great experience with ya mum she was wonderful better than ever btw: tell her that she should meet me on the top floor on the right world trade center at 9:00 AM September 11, 2001.

  • To dream ahh just to dream…..:)))) I am getting ready for bed and going to dream! No night mares tonight. All of the hotels look wonderful! Too bad we can not mix them up a bit. Hugh heff’s pool, mixed with the hotel that will pick you up in a heli coptor that also boasts a submarine dive to a under water reastraunt mixed with the views of the Bahamas mixed with the 200 bottle of wine selection. oMG just to dream it:)))))……..puts another meaning to “what dreams may come” :))))

  • One more thing thoese who can do, thoese who can not dare to dream. No jealousy here, I have fun everyday, and even more fun just thinking about my next adventure :):)money or not. Besides, if we did not have dreams or aspirations then where would we be as a society? No matter what we are all one human family. Like it or not, I think sometimes it is easier to be me and dream, and do what I can do with what I have, than to actually indulge in th best of the best. Only because I feel my dreams are better and reality goes by way too fast. I digress the things that I do indulge myself in (for me only) does satisfy me. One last note: do just do that’s all we can do ::::))))))

  • I know where my resource comes from; my Savior. He does want you to enjoy the riches of life. Not all riches of life are monetary, however. But there is nothing wrong with spending monies on these luxuries. If I am sacrificing my tithes, offerings, and time to do the needful to help build His Kingdom, then why can’t I enjoy these hotels. They look awesome! If I go above and beyond and give to the needy or poverish 1M, can I not then spend ?? On a hotel stay.

  • I agree I would love to stay at one of these hotel rooms and if I had the money I would. Those that are judging are those who cannot afford it and are just plain jealous. I mean really that is ridiculous to judge somebody that you do not know. I will admit it I am a little jealous of the person who can afford to stay there. At least I am old enough to admit it. So kudos and have fun to those of you that can.

  • Who needs a hotel when you can have tropical island resorts for less the 1/2000 of the price of these hotels, some are amazing!!! From the ko ngai resort in thailand

  • I live I a budget suites in dallas its awesome. I have a $15 an hour job and I still save a lot of money. but I spend it on crack and whores. good times!!!

  • I can book the royal penthouse suite at the pres. Wilson in geneva right now for chf 10.220 (a little over $11.500)

  • With so many going hungry, homeless, and poor, I never want to find myself in a position to be this shallow. I don’t care how much one gives to charity. If you are paying this amount of money to stay in a hotel, then you are spending too much money period. That’s the bottom line.