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Here is where you should go on vacation if you have money to spend.
In this article, I’ll show you the world’s top seven most costly hotel rooms.
Number 7. The Penthouse Suite, Faena Miami – $50.000 for night
The Faena Hotel’s Penthouse Room is every bit as magnificent as you’d expect from a $50,000-per-night suite. The suite, however, is located in Miami, unlike the other hotel rooms on this list, and it shows. Every structure is maximal at every opportunity, and the architecture is entirely art deco. The leopard print living room is guarded by a golden greyhound statue, and every inch of it is gold-leafed. A Damien Hirst art installation titled “Gone but not Forgotten” that is, in fact, a golden woolly mammoth skeleton, can be found at the building’s entryway.
Number 6. The Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island – $50.000 for night
Though it isn’t the most expensive option on the list, Laucala Island is the most removed from reality. Dietrich Mateschitz, the CEO of Red Bull, owns the island and keeps it looking like a tropical paradise. There isn’t a single location on the private island where the grass isn’t flawlessly green, the ocean isn’t crystal blue, or tall palm trees don’t stick out from meticulously kept gardens. The Hilltop Villa, which costs $50,000 per night and is located at the summit of that pristine island, is aptly named. It includes a chauffeur, a nanny, a full kitchen staff, and even your own horses to ride on your private beach.
Number 5. A Private Island, Cheval Blanc Randheli – $50.000 for night
If living on a hill above a private island with a couple of dozen other elites isn’t exclusive enough, guests may rent an entire island for $50.000 per night at Cheval Blanc Randheli. The hotel is located in the Maldives, amidst a coral reef, and is as tropical and beautiful as it gets. The private island is much nicer because there are no other people around to distract you or block your view. Aside from a full staff of personal chefs, bartenders, and even a private pianist, that is.
Number 4. The Penthouse Suite, Hotel Martinez – $55.000 for night
The hotel is tastefully decorated and furnished throughout, but the Penthouse Suite, which is located on the top level and has its own private patio, is the pinnacle of luxury. The bedroom, living room, dining area, and even the closet all fashionable while still being pleasant. Even a leopard print carpet looks good in the closet. During the Cannes Film Festival, celebrities pay $55.000 per night to stay here and dine at the hotel’s special two-Michelin-starred restaurant, the La Palme d’Or.
Number 3. The Grand Penthouse, The Mark – $75.000 for night
The Mark is a Central Park East hotel that delivers nearly as much luxury as New York can, notably in the Grand Penthouse, which is the hotel’s pièce de résistance.
The Grand Penthouse is the largest room; however, it is not the most expensive. The suite is approximately 10,000 square feet in size, with a 2,500-square-foot private terrace. The living room is the size of a full grand ballroom, with 26-foot-high ceilings (which would make many New Yorkers scream), and a 30-foot-wide foyer. To avoid being a one-trick pony, the suite is tastefully adorned on both floors with 100 percent original furniture pieces. Guests spend $75,000 a night to have that much space and style while overlooking Central Park.
Number 2. The Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel Wilson – $80.000 for night
In Geneva, Switzerland, the Hotel President Wilson boasts views of both Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. The best views are from the hotel’s top floor, which is dedicated entirely to the Royal Penthouse Suite. The opulent apartment includes 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, one of which includes a jacuzzi with a panoramic view of the lake. A 103-inch television and a complete grand piano are also included in the suite. The room is not even targeted at celebrities, but rather heads of state and nobility, with a nightly rate of $80,000.
Number 1. The Empathy Suite, Palms Casino – $100.000 for night
*drum-roll, please* the Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas is the world’s most absurdly costly hotel suite. It costs a whopping $100.000 per night and comes with some very extraordinary amenities. The room was designed by Damien Hirst, who infused it with his signature weirdness. Two white sharks, preserved in formaldehyde and hanging near one of the windows, raise a few valid issues.
There’s a 13-seater bar fashioned of what appears to be fake medical waste for some reason. The medical motif continues with pill wallpaper and window stickers before giving way to the polka dot and butterfly themes. The suite offers a lot of luxury, but the design is what really stands out.