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When money is no object, where should you stay? For the ultimate in luxury and extravagance, these lavish accommodations offer opulence and comfort beyond your wildest dreams. From stunning views to outlandish amenities, these hotels provide the perfect backdrop for an ultra luxurious getaway.
President Wilson Hotel (Geneva, Switzerland)
The Royal Penthouse Suite is one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. This suite encompasses the entire 8th floor of the hotel and features an incredible panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps, a private terrace, and a Steinway grand piano. The living room alone is 2,500 square feet. Inside, guests will find a fully-equipped kitchen, 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a dining table that seats 26, and a meeting room for 16. This 18,083-square-foot suite at the President Wilson Hotel has hosted heads of state like Bill Clinton, the King of Saudi Arabia, and Tony Blair as well as notable figures like Bill Gates and Michael Jackson. (Photo Credit: Marriott.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $75,000-$80,000
The Mark (New York, NY)
Housed in a 1927 landmark building, The Mark is located on one of the Upper East Side’s finest blocks, surrounded by museums, shops, restaurants, and Central Park. The Mark Penthouse Suite is the largest penthouse suite in the USA and comes with a rooftop terrace overlooking the park, five bedrooms, six bathrooms (and two half baths), a dining room for 12, a grand ballroom with 26-foot ceilings, and a library. It measures over 10,000 square feet total. (Photo Credit: The Mark.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $75,000
Four Seasons Hotel (New York, NY)
The Ty Warner Penthouse is another of the world’s most luxurious hotel suites. This suite at the Four Seasons measures over 4,300 square feet and features a stunning view of Central Park. Inside, guests will find a zen room with an indoor waterfall, a private spa, a library with cathedral ceilings, a skylight, a gilded bronze Lalanne chandelier, and a Bösendorfer baby grand piano. This is said to be the most expensive one-bedroom suite in North America. (Photo Credit: Four Seasons.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $50,000
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island (Maldives)
Have you ever wanted to stay under the sea? The Muraka Suite at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island lets you sleep 16-feet below sea level in the Indian Ocean. The two-level ultra-modern residence includes a private seaplane transfer, a dedicated chef, a speedboat and jet skis, and a film crew available 24 hours a day. There are three bedrooms (two above the water), two bathrooms, a viewing tunnel, and an outdoor deck with an infinity pool. (Photo Credit: Hilton.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $40,000-$50,000
Grand Resort Lagonissi (Athens, Greece)
The Grand Resort Lagonissi’s Royal Villa measures 4,413 square feet. It includes an indoor and an outdoor heated pool, two master bedrooms with king-sized beds, a living room with a fireplace and dining table, a fully equipped business center, a kitchen and grill as well as outdoor barbecue facilities. The villa comes complete with a fully equipped gym, a steam bath, a private massage area with a massage-table, two oversized marble lined bathrooms, and an extra guest bath. There are also butler’s quarters with a separate entrance and an additional bathroom. (Photo Credit: Grand Resort Lagonissi.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $45,000
Burj Al Arab (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
The Burj Al Arab‘s Royal Suite is one of the most opulent hotel suites in the world. This two-story, lavish suite is 8,396 square feet. It features a grand entrance, private library, walls covered in 22-karat gold, two bedrooms (one has a rotating bed), three bathrooms, a private cinema, a 12-person dining room, and a butler. There are 27 phones and guests receive a custom-made 24K-gold iPad to summon the butler. (Photo Credit: Burj Al Arab.)
Estimated Cost Per Night: $25,000
Anthony’s Take: If you have the money, you can live like royalty. These suites are sure to impress even the most jaded traveler with price tags that cost more than many homes for a one-week stay. Maybe some day (after I win the lottery).
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