Would you like to treat yourself to something that nobody can imitate so quickly? Sleeping through a mid-range car in 24 hours? If the value of a couple of nice mid-range cars is in your bank account, then you can easily check in and relax in the ten most expensive hotels in the world.
The most expensive hotels in the world: “Four-digit room prices” category.
Let’s start with the cheapest of the most expensive hotels in the world and slowly work our way up. For just 9,700 euros per night you can let Frank Sinatra sing you to sleep in the “Presidential Suite Frank Sinatra” of the Hotel Cristallo in Cortina d’Ampezzo. The King of Swing actually already resided in this house and lived in the 180 square meter suite.
The most expensive hotels in the world: “One and four more numbers before the decimal” category.
When Barack Obama is in Moscow, the United States lays out 12,700 euros for the, how could it be otherwise, presidential suite at the Ritz-Carlton. View of the Red Square through the surrounding window fronts included.
The Seychelles offer heavenly days and fantastic sunsets over the Indian Ocean. If you like it a little more luxurious in paradise, check in at the Lemuria Resort and move into your own villa. The family, security staff and all other employees can comfortably sit on 1,250 square meters.
The name Four Seasons already implies that the credit card should have at least gold status. Wake up in the Four Seasons George V in Paris, right on the Champs-Elysées boulevard, and watch the morning sun reflect in the glass Louvre. The two “Royal One-Bedroom-Suites”, the royal suites, offer the well-heeled guest a marble foyer and for winter nights in the city of love also a fireplace made of pure marble. If you like to sleep luxuriously and especially long, you can book an overnight stay at the Four Seasons George V for 13,000 euros. If you don’t sleep that long and would like to have breakfast in the hotel, you pay a little more.
Among the ten most expensive hotels in the world are two houses in Geneva. Geneva, the European headquarters of the United Nations and international economic center. The wealthy are bustling here. Those who have a little less wealth than the very wealthy can move into the classicist-romantic Le Richmond Hotel. The “Royal Armleder Suite”, which consists of a total of three bedrooms, three bathrooms, lounge and dining room for eight people, is already available for 13,500 euros per night. So that no guest wakes up dead the next morning, the windows are made of bulletproof bulletproof glass.
With the keyword Burj al Arab in Dubai, you certainly have a concrete picture in mind. The Arab tower stretches out on an island off Dubai like a sail at a height of 321 meters. The most expensive suite is probably at least in the middle five-digit range, but that’s not the case. For 14,400 euros there is the king suite, at the top of the hotel. Everything is completely private here: private reception, private elevator, private cinema, private helipad.
Even more expensive than Dubai is: Berlin. The Ritz-Carlton at Potsdamer Platz. The noble hotel in the heart of the German capital attracts with an apartment that Barack Obama, Madonna or Robbie Williams also like to move into. For 14,500 euros per night, guests receive a breathtaking view over the zoo and the evening relaxation bath allows the suite’s own bath butler to let you in.
An entire fishing village was built for prominent and super rich guests of Sardinia. However, this is not really a poor fishing village, but a top-class hotel complex. Anyone who has ever wanted to live like a princess in a tower and want to have a view of the huge complex is there for 17,000 euros. At these prices, the super rich are of course among themselves and can stroll through the village’s designer alleyways.
The most expensive hotels in the world: Category “More than a 1 and four more numbers before the decimal point”.
In contrast to the Four Seasons in New York, the Four Seasons in Paris is a bargain, see picture on the left. You can get lost in the “Ty Warner Penthouse”, 213 meters high above Manhattan. The top floor of the Four Seasons Hotel comprises nine rooms, including its own Zen garden and luxury spa. So that the guest doesn’t get lost in the Big Apple, the price includes a Maybach or a Rolls Royce including a chauffeur. Price per night in the city that never sleeps: 30,000 euros.
Four nights in the most expensive hotel in the world costs about the same as an average family home. Only that you can spend your whole life in a family home. The President Wilson Hotel on Lake Geneva is calling for no less than € 62,000 a night for the “Royal Penthouse Suite”. However, this is more a penthouse than a suite: twelve bedrooms with private bathrooms, a gym, library, dining room for 26 people and a helicopter landing pad. In addition: The view of Lake Geneva and the Alps with Mont Blanc. Who can afford to spend the night in the most expensive hotel in the world? Top-class politicians like Shimon Peres, Bill Clinton, Prince Albert of Monaco or the King of Saudi Arabia. Bill Gates, Michael Douglas and Rihanna have also dreamed of luxuriously sweet dreams here.