Many of these extravagant hotel suites are so exclusive that you can’t book them online (and you won’t find the price listed on the hotel’s website, either) — you must call to make a reservation and, in some cases, put down a deposit. If you’ve ever wondered where the world’s rich and famous stay when they’re traveling, read on to learn about 10 of the world’s most expensive hotel suites, starting with $25,000 for a single night as the lowest rate.
Five-bedroom terrace suite, The Mark, New York
Forget Central Park, the Hudson River, and Brooklyn for just one second because this suite deserves your full attention! Featuring two king bedrooms, two queen bedrooms and one full bedroom, there’s also an eat-in kitchen, terrace, foyer and living room. It’s on the 14th floor with terrace access and has views that look over the park and are minutes away from Fifth Avenue.
Penthouse, Faena Hotel, Miami
With panoramic views across the turquoise oceans that lap against Miami’s pearlescent white beaches, the penthouse suite at the Faena Hotel really is one of those dream holiday locations. The website describes the suite as featuring ‘two levels of spacious gathering areas and dining rooms that are ideal for entertaining’, with five bedrooms (each with a balcony), a butler, kitchen, double sink vanities, and walk-in wardrobe.
Grand Riad, Hotel Mansour, Marrakech
Sitting on the eastern edge of the medina in Marrakech, with roughly four hectares of garden, the four-bedroom Grand Riad has been stayed in by the likes of Moroccan royalty and has its own hammam and two pools, one on the roof, and a larger one at ground level, a billiard room and marble bathrooms.
Royal Suite, The Plaza, New York
How do we put this? This Fifth Avenue Central Park-located property is basically heaven in NYC. Deep breath, because this is what the suite has to offer: a luxury decor living room with grand piano, a dining room with table for twelve, separate library, a master bathroom featuring mosaic floors, a powder room, a fully-equipped fitness room, chef’s kitchen, and white glove butler service.
Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji
Want to live the high life? Well, you can quite literally at Laucala Island’s Hilltop Residence. Situated high up in the luscious green hills of the island, the suite comes with 1,200 sq m of living space, 11,000 sq m for bedrooms and private sleeping quarters, a private panoramic pool, two guest residences, a private look, chauffeur, and nanny.
Suite 5000, Mandarin Oriental New York
The three-bedroom, 3,300-square-foot suite is situated on the hotel’s 50th floor and has everything you could ever hope for from an NYC hotel room. Proudly displaying modern decoration and artwork from around the globe, it’s no surprise to hear several rich guests regularly nab paintings put on display in this suite, as well as covet its old-school record player and diverse vinyl collection assembled from Big Apple cult shop, Academy Records.
Royal penthouse suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
Stretching across the entire 8th floor (1,680 sq m), this suite is renowned as one of the biggest suites in the world. Stayed in by the likes of Michael Jackson, Richard Branson, Rihanna and Bill Gates, the Geneva-based location costs £61,000 to say for a night and offers a Steinway grand piano in the second living room, 12 double bedrooms, and a dining table with views across Lake Geneva.
Penthouse Suite, Hotel Martinez, Cannes
Situated on Boulevard de la Croisette this stunning suite covers 180 sq m on the highest floor of the hotel, offering a staggering 150 sq m private terrace overlooking the French Riviera. A king-size bed, living and dining room, walk-in SATC wardrobe, modern furniture, and working area are just a handful of other amenities at the property.
The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
The suite’s footprint is 19,000 square-foot penthouse, the largest in the Caribbean. Perched high above Seven Mile Beach on the seventh floor of the luxury resort, the suite has a full kitchen, dining room, private library and cinema, and a wrap-around outdoor terrace ideal for entertaining. The suite’s contemporary design comes from the use of fine woods and stones. Silk and wool rugs, linens, and velvets were used to create a relaxed vibe.
The extravagant suite is among the most luxurious 2-bedroom hotel suites in NYC. Inspired by the exquisite taste of luxury champagne, this sprawling urban oasis spans three floors and features spectacular decor and breathtaking views. The interior decoration of the one-of-a-kind Champagne Suite includes a 29-foot-wide mural by French artists Alex et Marine, a shimmering crystal pendant chandelier, and a Nouveau Nero polished marble foyer.
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