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The World’s Most Expensive Hotel Suites Have Been Revealed

The World’s Most Expensive Hotel Suites Have Been Revealed

When you’re young, getting a bargain on great accommodation is one of the best things that can happen to your holiday. But imagine, for a second, the options open to you if money was no object.

The folks over at Elite Traveller have pondered the same thing for the past few years, releasing their annual list of the world’s most expensive suites overnight. You’re gonna want to sit down for this.



Geneva, Switzerland: Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson

$105,000 ($80,000USD)

Frequented by the likes of Bill Gates and Rihanna, the President Wilson Hotel’s Royal Penthouse Suite consumes the entire eighth floor of the ritzy establishment and overlooks picturesque Lake Geneva. It boasts 12 ensuite bedrooms over more than 1600 square metres, along with a personal chef, butler, and security team.

Photo: Hotel President Wilson


Jaipur, India: Maharajah Pavillion, Raj Palace

$85,000 ($65,000USD)

The former home of India’s princes, Jaipur’s Maharajah Pavillion is fit for royalty. All-gold-everything furniture and décor adorn the 1500-square-metre apartment, while giant chandeliers, elaborate mosaics and a Jacuzzi are all par for the course.

Photo: via Elite Traveller

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New York, US: Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel

$65,000 ($50,000USD)

Imagine having a Rockerfeller Centre-worthy view of New York to call your own. At New York City’s Ty Warner Penthouse, you can have it. At 152m above ground, the suite’s four cantilevered glass balconies are the world’s highest. The one-bedroom penthouse also comes with a Rolls-Royce chauffeur service and a dedicated guest-relations manager.

Photo: Four Seasons

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New York, US: Terrace Suite, The Mark

$58,500 ($45,000USD)

With uninterrupted views of the New York City skyline and Central park, The Mark’s five-bedroom Terrace Suite sprawls over two stories on the city’s famed Upper East Side. Designed by French interior designer Jacques Grange, it comes with a full-size ballroom.

Photo: The Mark


Laucala Island, Fiji: Hilltop Villa

$58,500 ($45,000USD)

Billed as “a resort within a resort”, Fiji’s Hilltop Villa is the best in a slew of villas atop an island owned by Redbull co-founder Dietrick Mateschitz. When it’s not occupied by Mateschitz, the six-room accommodation can be rented by cashed-up travellers and boasts a private cook, chauffeur, nanny, airstrip, golf course and equestrian training facility because sure, why not.

Photo: Leading Hotels of the World

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Martinez, France: Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes

$54,600 ($41,930USD)

Available in one, two, and three-bedroom iterations, the Grand Hyatt’s 300-square-metre Penthouse Suite boasts a balcony almost the same size. And with uninterrupted views of the Bay of Cannes, there’s no doubt the high-rollers who stay there are making the most of it.

Photo: Hyatt


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Sardinia, Italy: Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe

$53,600 ($41,177USD)

If you’re going to hang out in a bona fide Italian paradise, you’re best doing it in a bona fide Italian palace. The Penthouse Suite at Sardinia’s Hotel Cala di Volpe comes with its own private pool and a solarium – not that you’d need it.

Photo: The Luxury Collection

New York, US: Suite 5000, Mandarin Oriental

$46,865 ($36,000USD)

In New York City, the Mandarin Oriental’s Suite 5000 has an entire wall adorned with Swarovski crystals. It’s also the only hotel in the world to offer the exclusive Dior Cabine fashion experience, where the fashion house’s latest collections are made available to guests renting the suite to peruse at their leisure.

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Las Vegas, Nevada: Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort

$45,500 ($35,000USD)

Las Vegas can be an overwhelming place, but we’re willing to bet a two-storey, 850-square-metre hotel escape would make it easier to bear. The Palms Casino Resort’s Sky Villa boasts a private glass elevator, 24-hour butler service, and a private pool overlooking the desert’s world-famous Strip.

Photo: Palms Casino Resort

(Lead photo: The Mark)

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