They say money can’t buy happiness. But it sure can buy some happy moments in one of these luxury hotel suites! From massive oceanfront villas to extravagant penthouses, these luxury hotel suites have it all. Most of us will probably never be able to afford even one night at luxury hotel suites like these, but hey, we can dream, right?
If you’re one of the lucky few and money is of no concern for you – lucky you! Here‘s a list of the world’s most expensive luxury hotel suites.
1) Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala Di Volpe
Price: From US$41,120/night
Set on the Costa Smeralda coastline of Italy is the dreamy Hotel Cala di Volpe. The hotel resembles a sleepy fishing village that’s surrounded by a lush, green Mediterranean landscape. At the rooftop is the multi-level Penthouse Suite with three bedrooms, three bathrooms with Jacuzzi and two living rooms.
The luxury suite also boasts of a gym, private wine cellar, solarium and an enormous terrace with a private swimming pool. A stay here also entails the service of a butler who will attend to your needs.
2) Les Grands Appartements, Hôtel De Crillon
Price: From US$41,750/night
Designed by Karl Lagerfeld, the two apartments at Hôtel de Crillon are often combined to create one large suite with three bedrooms. It features bespoke furniture, unique bathroom decor, a dining room and ultra-contemporary dressing rooms.
The luxury space also has a private bar, underfloor heating and offers incredible views over Paris and the Place de la Concorde. Need anything or want to make special arrangements for dinner? Simply ring up the 24/7 dedicated butler service.
3) Grand Riad, Royal Mansour
Price: From $43,500/night
Want to live like Moroccan royalty? Make your dreams come true at the Grand Riad in Royal Mansour. Designed by King Mohammed VI, no expense was spared in its creation.
Apart from three lavish bedrooms, each with its own walk-in dressing room, this massive space also has its own home cinema, personal bar and gym, and a spa room. The rooftop is spectacular with a plunge pool, Bedouin tent and an open fire. It also features one of the best views of the city, rivaling the Koutoubia Mosque tower.
4) Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island Resort
Where: Laucala Island, Fiji
Price: From US$45,000/night
The vacation home of Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz, Laucala Island is a lush playground that provides total privacy. Set atop verdant hills, the resort offers panoramic views of the impossibly lush jungle and bright-blue waters.
The estate is gigantic. There’s a main residence with its own panoramic pool landscape, private airstrip, two spacious guest residences. Special services include a private chef, a chauffeur and nanny.
5) Penthouse Suite, Hôtel Martinez
Prices: From US$50,000/night
Cannes attracts the rich and famous every year thanks to the Cannes Film Festival, and Hôtel Martinez is the obvious choice for the world’s most legendary stars. The hotel’s Penthouse Suite is simply breathtaking, with views overlooking the Boulevard de la Croisette, the bay of Cannes and the hotel’s private beach.
The suite features four bedrooms, a separate dining room and a spacious work area. There is also a lounge, sauna, along with access to a private garden and outdoor terrace with views of the sea.
6) The Muraka Suite, Conrad Maldives
Price: From US$50,000/night
Why does The Muraka Suite warrant $50,000 a night? This one is underwater – the first of its kind in the world. The two-level suite has a master bedroom that is 5m underwater, so you can fulfill all your little mermaid dreams right from the comfort of your bed.
On the second level there are two bedrooms, an infinity pool, and sun deck a ladder that leads into the blue waters. A stay here also entails the services of a butler, private chef, on-call personal trainer and spa therapist!
7) The Residence, Intercontinental Geneva
Price: From US$59,000/night
Behind grandiose doors as tall as those of the Versailles Palace, the Residence at Intercontinental Geneva offers stately elegance of opulent palaces of the past. Designed by New York architect Tony Chi, this suite offers fantastic views over Geneva and its surrounding mountains and lakes.
The incredible Residence features nearly two of everything – open-plan living spaces, dining rooms, powder rooms and hammams. And of course, a private butler on hand to attend to your every need.
8) The Mark Penthouse, The Mark Hotel
Where: New York
Price: From US$75,000/night
Dubbed “The Castle in the Sky”, this ravishing penthouse in The Mark Hotel features five bedrooms over two floors and a living room so large, it can be turned into a ballroom. It also boasts of a conservatory, library, outdoor dining space and private rooftop terrace overlooking Central Park.
Extra perks include a dedicated butler service, chauffeured car of your choice for 12 hours daily and a cruise around New York Harbour on the hotel’s sailboat!
9) Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson
Price: From US$81,000/night
Up until 2019, Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson held the title of the world’s most expensive hotel suite. It takes up the entire eighth floor with 12 bedrooms and safety features such as a private elevator and bulletproof windows.
Luxury features include a grand piano, billiard table, rare book collections, a star-gazing telescope and a Jacuzzi overlooking Lake Geneva. And at 103 inches – it also houses the world’s largest TV screen. What more could you ask for?
10) Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort
Where: Las Vegas
Price: US$100,000/night (minimum two-night stay)
Just when you thought Las Vegas couldn’t get any more extravagant, Palms Casino Resort debuted the world’s most expensive suite. Created in collaboration with British artist Damien Hirst, staying here will set you back a jaw-dropping $200,000.
This is definitely not your usual hotel suite. It is decorated with Hirst’s most famous works, which include two sharks suspended in formaldehyde. There’s also a large outdoor cantilevered pool, salt-therapy room, gym, massage room and multiple lounges. In addition to a chauffeur and 24-hour butler service, guests staying here also receive $10,000 credit at the resort.