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    7 of the Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World

    • May 4, 2017

    • By:Emma Reynolds

    These hotels take luxurious accommodations to the next level. Reaching far beyond comfy beds and numerous amenities, these hotel suites take into account detailed stitching, round-the-clock service, rare art and personalized services for their ultra-premier guests that travel across the world to enjoy each stay. While it just so happens that a one-night stay in many of these hotels can cost as much as college tuition, it comes as no surprise that they’re worth every penny to billionaires and A-listers alike.


    Look in awe at these gorgeous suites and penthouses at some of the world’s most sought-after destinations.


    Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva: $80,000


    Europe’s largest suite can fit up to 12 guests–but for quite the price tag. Though the price for this room is available upon request, we hear that it can cost you up to almost $80,000 per night. Whether you want to host an epic party, a low-key family reunion or just want to experience the most luxurious stay in Europe, you’ll find all your answers at this President Wilson Hotel’s Royal Penthouse Suite. Along with 12 luxurious rooms in one suite, guests will have access to a private staff, which includes a chef, personal assistant and butler. Guests will also find 12 marble baths, Hermès products, a 26-seat dining table and traditional furnishings that are antique-worthy. The view doesn’t hurt either, as it offers views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. It’s frequented almost exclusively by billionaires, if you can only guess why.

    Hotel President Wilson, 47, Quai Wilson, Geneva, 1211, Switzerland, +41 22 906 66 66



    Grand Penthouse at The Mark Hotel, NYC: $75,000




    In 2015, the Grand Penthouse at The Mark Hotel in NYC became the largest private suite in the United States, so you can only guess that it comes with a just as impressive price tag. With a roster of A-listers and billionaires flocking to this elite stay, it comes as no surprise that for a price tag of $75,000, this 12,000-square-foot penthouse is yours. Guests will have access to five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a 24-seat dining table and a private rooftop terrace. The living room, which can be converted into a grand ballroom, has 26-foot high ceilings. With astonishing views of the city’s skyline and Central Park, guests will also be pampered with round-the-clock staff assistance, including the three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

    The Mark Hotel, Madison Avenue At 77th Street, New York, NY, 212-744-4300


    Delana Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island Resort, Fiji: $55,000




    The private Fijian island of Laucala is one of the most exclusive getaways, starting at $55,000 a night. This exotic escape is beyond compare, with views of the South Sea and the resort’s private white-sand beach. You’ll feel transported another world with its posh decor of dark wood, stone flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and natural light. At the Delana Hilltop Estate, the goal is for you to be completely worry-free, which is why your needs are taken care of from childcare to cooking and more. Coming as no surprise, guests are treated to a welcome massage in the spa to help transition from travel mode to relaxation mode.

    Delana Hilltop Estate, +679 8880077



    Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons New York: $55,000




    Offering extravagance beyond compare, the penthouse of the Four Seasons New York makes you feel at the center of New York’s universe. Built by Ty Warner, the billionaire who earned his fortune from Beanie Babies, the penthouse suite has one-bedroom but takes up the entire top floor of the hotel. With floors made of Chinese onyx, a Bosendorfer grand piano, a sofa woven with silver and gold, 17-foot ceilings in the living room and more, this suite is only occupied 10 nights a year and never rents for anything less than the asking price of $55,000. The room also comes equipped with butler service, personal trainer and chauffeur services in a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

    Four Seasons Hotel New York, 57 East 57th Street, New York, NY, 212-758-5700



    Royal Villa at The Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece: Starts at $45,000



    You’ve never experienced Greece until you stay in The Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens. Enjoy tranquility along the Athenian Riviera, where guests will be surrounded in a posh and modern space with two heated pools–indoor and outdoor; a private terrace and access to the beach. You’ll get an airy, island vibe in this resort, along with beautiful views of the Aegean Sea. The villa also comes fully staffed with a butler, chef and even a personal pianist. For a small fee of $45,000 a night, those who are lucky enough to enjoy the villa will also enjoy a private massage area, remote-controlled mattresses and curtains, heated floors and a steam room.

    The Grand Resort Lagonissi, 40th km Athens-Sounion, 190 10 Attica Greece, 30 22910 76000



    The Apartment, The Connaught, London, UK: $17,170


    With impeccable views of London’s Mayfair neighborhood, the Apartment in The Connaught is a posh dream. Marble fireplaces and floors are adorned with soft lavender, blue, white and gold for a truly contemporary stay. True to its name, the Apartment offers home-away-from-home elegance only with an enhanced luxurious appeal. The two-bedroom penthouse stay offers up natural light, clean furnishings, Guerlain products, and a personal chauffeur and butler.

    The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London, W1K 2AL, +44 (0)20 7499 7070



    Maharajah’s Pavilion Presidential Suite, The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel, Jaipur, India: $15,000





    Feel like Indian royalty in this hotel in Jaipur, India, built in 1727. This super-exclusive stay may cost you $15,000 a night, but it’s worth every penny thanks to the attentive staff and amenities offered to the premier guests who opt for the Maharajah’s Pavilion Presidential Suite. As one of Jaipur’s first royal residences, this multi-level suite offers tall ceilings with crystal chandeliers; a terrace overlooking the palace’s historical layout and intricately decorated furnishings. Gold leaf foiling and ivory inlays make you feel akin to the royal guests that graced the hotel for three centuries.

    The Raj Palace, Jorawer Singh Gate, Amer Road, Jaipur (302002) India, +91-141-2634077 / 2634078/ 2634011