Most Expensive Hotels on Planet Earth

Aug 21, 2012 by

The most expensive hotels of the world are built as the modern monuments of luxury and style.

Summary

They are meant only for the elite class and no ordinary man can ever dream of hiring their rooms.  The tariffs are extraordinary with high standards of architecture, services and products which only the billionaires can afford. Everything about these hotels is so grand that whatever is said is too short to describe them. Billion and trillions of dollars and lot of efforts and manpower are invested on building them. Middle East and European countries are the proud owner of majority of these hotels owing to their wealth and high net worth of residents. Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Lebanon, Rome are some of the countries among them.

Luxury Hotels

Luxury Hotels

This article pays a salute to these great architecture of extravagance and elegance by describing their grandeurs and spill out the giant statistics behind these structures. They will be treated as great treasure of the world by the generations to come.

  • Hotel Emirate palace, Abu Dhabi

This is the world’s most expensive hotel. It cost around 2 billion pounds to build this hotel. The lavish surroundings feature 6000m² of 22 carat gold foliage; over 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers (including some of the world’s largest chandeliers) and the world’s biggest dome, being higher than St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

The rooms start at around 300 pounds per night. But if you’re genuine or at least Hollywood royalty, then there’s always a rather royal special package of 7 nights

The price tag for all these week’s special luxuries is $ 1, 000, 00

  • The Burj al-ArabHotel, Dubai

It is a luxury hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At 321 metres (1,053 feet), it is the tallest building used exclusively as a hotel. It stands in the sea on an artificial island 280 metres (919 feet) away from the beach in the Persian Gulf, connected to the mainland only by a private curving bridge.

The Burj al-Arab does not have ordinary rooms; rather it is divided into 202 duplex suites. The smallest suite occupies an area of 169 square metres (1,819 square feet), and the largest one covers 780 square metres (8,396 square feet). It is one of the most expensive hotels in the world to stay in. The prices for the least expensive suites are in the range of $1,000 to over $6,000 a night. The most expensive suites can cost over $15,000 a night.

  • Westin Excelsior in Rome

Located on Rome’s prestigious via Veneto, Westin Excelsior in Rome has been synonymous with refinement, luxury and comfort for close to a century. Since 1906, The Westin Excelsior, Rome has hosted celebrities, statesmen and artists visiting the Eternal City. The hotel, which was named to Condé Nast Traveler’s 2011 Gold List, enjoys a prime location in the celebrated Via Veneto district.

Subject of a $7 million renovation, the signature Villa Cupola is the largest suite in Europe and its grand style is reflected throughout the hotel in the sumptuous furnishings of the recently remodeled 281 guest rooms and 35 suites.

At this amazing hotel you can stay in the lap of luxury in the Villa La Capula Suite. There is 6000 square feet of space to relax in. Two bedrooms, with balconies off the main rooms, a private kitchen and full dining room. Enjoy a movie in the movie theater with a glass of wine from the well-stocked wine cabinet. For nearly 30,000 dollars a night this room could be yours.

  • President Wilson Hotel in Geneva

Just steps from one of the most beautiful parks in Geneva, ideally located facing the magnificent panorama of the lake and mont-blanc, The President Wilson is the city’s most contemporary hotel.

The Royal Penthouse Suite in the President Wilson Hotel is about the most expensive you can find anywhere, nearly $53,000 for a nights stay. A private elevator takes you to a six bathroom four bedroom suite. There is marble throughout, including in the cocktail lounge that is actually in the room! Don’t forget the amazing views from the expansive windows of Lake Geneva.

  • Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas

The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas is 9,000 square feet and consists of 2 floors, 2 bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 bathrooms, while holding a capacity of 250 of your favorite individuals on the 34th and 35th floor of the Palms Fantasy Tower Suites. This 10 million dollar accommodation features contemporary and luxurious modern amenities, and is the most expensive unit out of the 101 Fantasy Suites and top 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world. The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas contains floor to ceiling windows that hold captivating views of Las Vegas, and the distant strip.

A night in Sky Villa will cost you about 40,000 dollars, so it isn’t for regular folks! Boasting two levels of living space, a glass elevator, 24 hour butler service, pop up plasma screen televisions, and a health and beauty spa at your door for massages and pedicures. Hefner spent nearly 10 million dollars renovating this space, and included a rotating round bed under a mirrored ceiling.

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