LiveExactly has compiled a list of the ten most expensive suites in the world. They range from $ 80,000 for a 12-bed suite to $ 36,000 per night for a three-bed space.
If you want to stay in any of these luxurious hotel suites, it is better to save now, with a one-night stay can exceed your average annual salary.
1. Suite Royal Penthouse, President Wilson Hotel, Ginebra – $80,000
The 12-room Royal Penthouse suite at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland, extends throughout the eighth floor and displays breathtaking views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
When the guests enter, they are greeted by a living room filled with light, adorned with a grand piano, a pool table and a collection of rare books.
2. Suite of 5 bedrooms with terrace, The Mark, Nueva York – $75,000
The five bedroom Mark Penthouse suite at The Mark in New York is amazing.
Spread over two floors, Elite Traveler says the 1860-square-meter apartment offers an ‘oasis over the city, with a pavilion with skylights and a 230-square-meter roof terrace overlooking Central Park.’
French interior designer Jacques Grange injected a good dose of modern grandeur into each room, from the 24-seat dining room to the living room with grand piano.
3. Suite Penthouse, Grand Hyatt Cannes, Martínez – $ 53,200
Located on the seventh floor of the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, the penthouse suite measures 300 square meters and has four rooms.
In addition to a living room, dining room and marble bathroom, guests can enjoy a private terrace of 280 square meters overlooking the bay of Cannes and the famous Boulevard de la Croisette.
Also included is a personal butler service at the price of $ 53,200 per night, as well as the use of a hot tub and a hammam. Eva Longoria, Bruce Willis and Robert Pattinson have stayed in the famous suite during the Cannes Film Festival.
4. Penthouse, Faena Hotel, Miami – $50,000
The elegant Penthouse at the Faena Hotel in Miami is priced at $ 50,000 per night.
The contemporary suite features two levels of spacious meeting and dining areas that are ideal for entertaining. Each of the suite’s five rooms has furnished balconies, so that guests can enjoy the views from sunrise to sunset over the coast.
Elite Traveler notes that film director Baz Luhrmann and his wife, the set designer Catherine Martin, are behind the design inspired by the Great Gatsby of Faena, with custom furniture created by the eminent designer Frank Pollaro, whose personalized creations are often seen in the superyachts
5. Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji – $45,000
A stay at Villa Hilltop at Laucala Island Resort in Fiji will have you frustrated in the morning, it costs $ 45,000 per night.
However, you can only stay at the hotel, owned by Red Bull billionaire Dietrick Mateschitz, by request or by reference. Set high on a green hill on an island owned by Mateschitz, the hilltop residence is listed as “a resort within a resort” and offers rooms for six guests when the business magnate does not stay there.
It is the jewel in the crown of almost two dozen luxury villas, with panoramic views of the island and the sea, almost 11,000 square meters of sleeping space, a private cook, driver and babysitter, and access to a private airstrip .