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Have you ever wondered that night stay in the most expensive hotel in the world can cost you a fortune? If you ever win a lottery or have a lot of money to spend just go out there and visit the most expensive hotel room in the world.

Dubai is a travel destination for many around the world but what about the most expensive hotel in Dubai? Is it worth a night as one of the most expensive hotel in the world is in Dubai? But what about other places.

If you ever wondered which is the most expensive hotel in the world then just read the article? The list also will provide you with insights into the most expensive hotel in 2020.

The hotels in the list are ranked based on the most expensive suites and the comfort and luxury these can provide you in just a night stay.

Note: The most expensive hotel in the world are not ranked in series of 1-10 or vice versa.

Most Expensive Hotel in the World

BVLGARI Resort & Residences, Dubai

The BVLGARI resort is located on a man-made island in the beautiful city of Dubai. The resort is accessed by a bridge that connects the mainland with the man-made island. European style designed architect is one resort which is different from the tall skyscrapers of Dubai.

The most expensive room in the BVLGARI Resort & Residences, Dubai is the Villa Dubai that is going to cost us £33,573 for a single day.  The villa not only provides you with all the necessities but also a level of comfort that is worth every penny. 

Amenities provided includes:

  1. Private beach
  2. Personal security guar
  3. Beautiful oval pool lined
  4. Home cinema with a 65-inch screen
  5. Private gym

The Setai, Miami

If you love the sea view and have money to spend The Setai is a must for you. Located at the South Beach of Miami is the Setai with its skyscraper of 40 storeys. If you want to spend a day in one of the most expensive hotels in the world you just need to spend  £33,000 and this is the price of its most expensive room the Penthouse.

The Setai hotel is 141 rooms and the penthouse is at the top of the hotel and takes up the entire glass tower of  10,000 sqr feet.

Amenities provided includes:

  1. Rooftop pool,
  2. Jacuzzi,
  3. Four bedrooms
  4. Butler’s room,
  5. Music room and
  6. Sub Zero 

Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace

Nobu hotel is owned by the highly renowned chef Nobu. Nobu Hotels are a chain of highly comfortable and executive hotels spread over 12 cities in the world. The brand is planning to open 6 new hotels in different exotic parts of the world.

Caesar’s Palance by Nobu located right in the center of Las Vegas provides an ultra-luxurious experience to its customers. A stay at Caesar’s Palace would cost you $35,000 for a night. The Villa is 10,500-square-feet.

The Amenities provided includes:

  1. David Rockwell-designed space, with fire and water features,
  2. Barbecue pit
  3. Elevator
  4. Private terrace with a spa tub,
  5. Steam room
  6. Zen garden.

Laucala Island, Fiji

The privately-owned Island is the place where the Laucala Resort lies. The island is spread over an area of 12 square km and is owned by the owner of Red Bull.

Laucala Island is all about coconut plantations, sandy beaches, blue lagoons, and green mountains. A day’s stay is going to cost you someway near about £34k.

Amenities include:

  1. Three bedrooms and 11000 square meters of private space
  2. Two swimming pools
  3. Lush tropical gardens
  4. thatch-roofed library,
  5. Outdoor pavilions
  6. Private kitchen
  7. Personal staff including a chef, chauffeur, and nanny
  8. Horse to roam around
  9. A submarine and a boat to run around
  10. Golf Club

Faena Miami

Another luxurious hotel from the beaches of Miami to feature in the list of most expensive hotel in the world is Faena.

The different verticals of the hotels are done by prominent experts in their field. The interiors of Faena Miami are done by  Baz Luhrmann, the treatments in the spa are advised by  Alan Faena’s personal shaman, and the kitchen is ruled by celebrity chef Francis Mallman.

A night stay is going to cost you $50,000 a night making it one of the top five most expensive suites in the world.

Amenities include:

  1. Two floors and 10,000 square feet to play in,
  2. Five bedrooms,
  3. A huge outdoor terrace,
  4. Flamboyant interiors
  5. Massive marble bathroom with a huge ocean-facing window
  6. Master bedroom with 180-degree sea views
  7. Butler
  8. Grand piano
  9. Chef’s kitchen

Four Seasons Hotel New York

Four Season is located on “Billionaires’ Row” at the city’s most prestigious address between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue and is one of the most famous and expensive 5 store hotels. The  52 storey building is an absolute masterclass.

The hotel has 365 rooms that are bundled with Bulgari products. Four seasons hotel new york price is $50,000 for a night. The most expensive room the penthouse takes up the entire 53,000 sqr feet of space on the 52nd floor of the hotel.

Amenities include:

  1. Private spa with a Chinese
  2. Onyx-clad
  3. Chromotherapy infinity soak tub
  4. Zen Room with a waterfall cascading from the ceiling, against a wall
  5. Chauffeured Rolls-Royce
  6. Personal trainer
  7. In-suite L.Raphael spa treatments
  8. Your own Guest Relations Manager on call 24/7

Hotel Martinez, Cannes

The most expensive hotel of the Hyatt brand is the Hotel Martinez opened in the late 1920s is widely known for it’s warm and friendly atmosphere full of zest for life. The hotel has around 409 guest rooms suites are designed to provide a complete French Riveria experience. The most exclusive rooms and suites boast stunning views over the sea.
The most expensive room, the penthouse costs £53,000 a night.

Amenities Include

  1. Works by Matisse and Picasso on the walls
  2. Four bedrooms,
  3. 270 square meter rooftop terrace with sea views
  4. Butler service.

Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

Hotel President Wilson is one of the most iconic addresses in Geneva. The hotel is facing the lake and is minutes away from the beauty of parks and boutiques. The hotel has is equipped with the most expensive things in the world.

The hotel has 204 guest rooms and 22 suites equipped with the highest quality LCD screens and white flooring.

The Royal Penthouse Suite sprawled across the entire 8th floor would cost you £66,800 a night.

Amenities include:

  1. Lake-facing Jacuzzi
  2. Billiard table,
  3. Steinway grand piano
  4. Telescope for star-gazing,
  5. Wrap-around terrace,
  6. 12 bedrooms
  7. 103 inches – the world’s biggest TV screen.
  8. Bullet-proof windows and a panic button

The Mark, New York

The Mark is termed as New York’s most bold 5-star hotel.  The Mark located on the East Side of Manhattan provides an unforgettable experience. The lavish hotel has 141 rooms with extraordinary white and black striped marble floor lobby.

Mark is the second most expensive hotel and also the second-largest hotel in the world. The hotel has an entrance that is 35.5 feet wide.

The second most expensive hotel in the world would cost $75000 a night.

Amenities Include:

  1. Five bedrooms
  2. Six bathrooms,
  3. Custom-made furniture
  4. Rooftop terrace,
  5. Two bars
  6. Library
  7. Conservatory
  8. chauffeured car of your choice for 12 hours daily
  9. Roundtrip airport transfers by car or helicopter,
  10. Dedicated butler service

Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

The most expensive hotel in the world is the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Night stay at the Palms Casino Resort is going to cost you $100,000 a night. The hotel has is quite huge and has 1395 rooms and suites.

  1. Outdoor, cantilevered pool ‘hanging’ hundreds of feet in the air,
  2. Two sharks suspended in formaldehyde
  3. 13-seater bar
  4. 24-hour butlers,
  5. Chauffeured car
  6. $10k credit to use in the resort.

Do you still think you or any of your friends can afford any of these expensive hotel in the world? Just let us know in the comment section. Or which one would you prefer if you won a lottery worth millions? You are just a  comment aways from us.

 

Dev

Dev is an engineer by education, semi banker by profession and a writer at heart.

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