When looking for a place to stay while traveling, people aren’t looking just for a room. The whole experience is what captivates the guest. From the interior design to the restaurants and the spas, luxury hotels can often satisfy all your requests, just in one place. We’ve put together some of the most expensive hotels in the world, that can please the most demanding desires.
Rosewood, Hong Kong
With 413 rooms, Rosewood Hotel is located in the heart of Hong Kong, right next to Kowloon Bay. The project was designed by the New York–based Tony Chi, with the architecture done by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and one of its unique characteristics is the incorporation of green spaces and outdoor areas to reflect the vision of the vertical estate.
It has 8 restaurants and bars, with alfresco terraces and an exclusive lounge, the Manor Club, that provides an array of exclusive privileges for its guests. Its suites have a modern bedroom design can cost more than 5,000 euros, almost 35,000 yangs (the chinese coin), making it on of the most expensive hotels in the world.
Hotel de Paris, Monte-Carlo
With its Belle Epoque façade, Hotel Paris is one of the most expensive hotels, located in on of the most expensive cities in Europe — Monte Carlo, known by its luxury and ostentatious lifestyle. In 2018, the hotel reopened after a four-year restoration, and now offers an interior designed by Callender Howorth.
It has a four restaurants, one of them a michelin-star restaurant, a bar, thermes and a Princess Grace Suite, which occupies two floors and is filled with poems and flowers, that she loved. One suit can cost 15,000 euros.
Fogo Island Inn, Canada
With a totally different aesthetic is Fogo Island Inn, located in Canadá. The inn has only 29 suites or modern bedrooms, each one of them decorated with decked handmade furniture crafted by the island’s inhabitants, wood-burning stoves, and floor-to-ceiling windows, from where you can see harbour and skyline views. The most expensive suit cost is only available by request, and the average cost is 3000 euros, per night.
Located in one of the most wanted destinations, Maldives, Kudadoo is a private island, designed to escape from the routine and confines of everyday life. Design by Yuji Yamazaki, the sustainable resort offer limitless opportunities, since a Himalayans salt spa, to adventures such us swimming with manta rays, turtles, and dolphins, the resort’s slogan, “everything under the moon”, really makes justice to reality.
In Kudadoo, the hotel suite costs at least 3,000 euros per night, and the offer includes a private butler available 24 hours.
Travelling now to Singapoor, the place to stay in is the Raffles Hotel. After an extreme make-over by the New York–based design firm Champalimaud, the Raffles is noW one of the most beautiful and expensive hotels in the world. You can enjoy a day in spa and after that, for dinner you can choose one of the nine restaurants available.
Despite the renovation, the hotel still preserves the Tiffin Room that dates back to 1892 with its amazing patterned wood and mirror wall paneling. The hotel offer nine different types of suites, that can cost 10,000 euros.
Belmond Cadogan Hotel, London
The Belmond Cadogan Hotel was built ins 1887 and after a $48 million restoration, the hotel opens in 2019 with the design project by G.A. group and Russell Sage Studio. Guests can enjoy meals by the chef Adam Handling, go for a walk in its beautiful gardens and by staying near the center of London, enjoy the dynamics of the city.
A night in one of its 54 hotel suites, can cost an average of 2,000 euros.
Longitude 131°, Australia
Longitude 131º is located in the heart of Australia and is considered a magnificent design project, and one of the most expensive hotels in the world, but with an usual concept. In this hotel there aren’t the typical hotel suites, instead it has 16 luxury tentes right in the red dunes of the Central Desert. Its luxury tentes take camping to a whole other level, with view to World Heritage-listed natural icons Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).
You can enjoy cultural walks, outback cycling and a dinner under the stars. A night in one of this luxury tendes, with a minimalist bedroom design can cost from 1,500 euros to 5,000 euros. This makes Longitude 131° one of the most expensive hotels in the world.