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The Jewel Penthouse at The New York Palace
When you arrive at the suite, you’ll be greeted by an indulgent welcome package: Champagne, white roses and Michel Richard Truffles all compliments of the hotel.
A dedicated staff member is available to provide you with both a packing, and an unpacking service.
If the 2 story Cascading Crystal Chandelier doesn’t stop you in your tracks, the view of midtown Manhattan & St. Patrick’s Cathedral through 18 foot floor to ceiling windows will certainly do the trick. An experience that only gets more spectacular as you step out onto the custom designed outdoor terrace, where you can continue to soak up as you lay back in the spa of your dreams.
The hotel provides a car service to whisk you to and from the airport, or just around town.
Their house car? A Maybach of course, along with more luxury cars.
Prominent Beverly Hills Jeweler Martin Katz provided millions of dollars worth of diamonds for display in the suite. The jewelry is a permanent display in the room, so don’t get the urge to take any home with you. Don’t worry though, Mr. Katz kindly provides a complimentary diamond microband ring for all guests of the Jewel Penthouse, and a personal consultation.
After taking a bath in one of 6 marble bathrooms and indulging in the complimentary luxury bath products you’ll fall asleep on luxury imported linens, after selecting your pillow of choice from an extensive pillow menu.
Three stories, 6 bedrooms, 5,000 square feet and approximately $25,000 a night on average.
The Apartment at the Connaught Hotel in London, England
This 2 bedroom, 3,068 square foot suite comes with not only a beautiful feature fireplace, but a wrap around balcony with a topiary, where you can gaze upon the remarkable view across Mayfair and Carlos Place.
Stunning double height ceilings make the architecture as intriguing as the interior design. The interior is equipped with a collection of specially made, custom furniture, and has a private library stocked with with limited edition books.
Luxury of this magnitude includes a fully stocked Butler’s pantry for 24 hour Butler Service.
2 bedrooms, king sized beds, $26,000 a night.
The Presidential Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe in Porto Cervo, Italy
Filled with natural light and seated at the high tower of the hotel, this suite’s view of the Italian coastline and its sweeping villas are unlike any other.
Guests can easily maintain a workout routine in privacy by visiting the private fitness area, followed by a quick steam in the private steam room. Clean up with a bath in any of the suite’s massive 3 bathrooms, all with dual vanities in Sardinian marble and hand painted wall tiles in bright colors overlooking the impeccable view.
The suite is adorned with locally sourced and hand painted furniture and picturesque arched windows. The ceramic bright tiled floors compliment the overall minimalist decor that is loaded with charm. Beds are luxury king size, with hand carved wooden frames with wrought iron headboards.
All balconies open to cool, shaded balconies with teak patio furniture and your own private swimming pool.
Currently listed at $16,000 daily rate, other reports have found this suite to go for an average of $26,000 a night.
Shangri-La Suite at the Shangri-La Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey
$26,385 will get you the single most luxurious night of your life in the Shangri-La suite at the Shangri-La Bosphorus in Istanbul. The suite overlooks the Bosphorus straight, a view you can enjoy from any one of three separate terraces.
You also can relax in any of the three marble bathrooms, keeping toasty with the heated floor or entertained by the 19 inch tv embedded in the mirror.
Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental in Pudong, Shanghai, China
Taking up most of the hotel’s 25th floor, the Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Oriental in Pudong is absolutely incomparable to anything else you’ll find in Shanghai.
Two private roof gardens adorn the outdoor space, loungers and an astounding view make the area more than comfortable.
A hotel shuttle bus will take you around Pudong, as will the house car service.
If you’d rather stay in, you’ll feel more than satisfied after you discover the 10 foot wine bar and private wine cellar, all to go along with the fully equipped kitchen.
With a decadent list of luxury amenities, guests will be waited on hand and foot during their stay.
The average price of a single night’s stay is $26,450.
Royal Suite at the Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, France
For an average of $27,000 per night, guests staying in the largest hotel room in Paris will have their choice of four bedrooms, three living rooms, a private kitchen a private Jacuzzi and a steam room. Details about the room are kept quite private.
The decor speaks for itself, there is nothing else like it in the City of Love.
Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens, Greece
Located on the southern side of the Peninsula, this suite’s beachfront and private pool are the cherries on top of this decadent accommodation.
The pool is heated so you don’t get the chills after the sun goes down, but if its hydro massage device doesn’t get you feeling relaxed, maybe a private massage in your private massage area on your private massage table will do the trick.
The private terrace has lush gardens that too overlook the ocean front.
Two bedrooms, both masters, and one seriously over-sized bathroom are nothing compared to the private path leading to the beach, at level with your private deck. All for the low low price of $35,000 a night.
Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez in Cannes, France
Imagine being able to look out onto the Bay of Cannes from your massive outdoor terrace, with an incomparable view of the famous Boulevard de la Croisette. In fact, you can gaze on the once in a lifetime view from your terrace’s private jacuzzi. If you want a little more privacy you can relax in your private sauna and hammam instead.
$37,500 a night and you too can bask in the glamour of this seventh floor penthouse with its two master bedrooms, a living room, dining room and two marble bathrooms.
Hilltop Estate Owner’s Accommodation at the Laucala Island Resort on the Laucala Island, Fiji
Not only is this particular accommodation expensive and equipped with the finest luxuries, it’s also among the most exclusive in the world.
Guests must first send in an application, and wait to be invited to the property by the owner.
Who is the owner? Red Bull billionaire Dietrik Mateschitz.
The hotel features 25 luxurious villas.
The Hilltop Residence is among the most expensive of the villas, with its unique location on top of the green hills of Laucala island. The a panoramic view of the south seas is so immaculate that photos simply don’t do it justice.
If you think a welcome basket is good, you’ll love a welcome massage at their in-house spa. Gourmet dining and beach front horseback riding sets this resort far above the rest.
The resort provides you with a personal private cook, chauffeur and nanny.
One night in this suite will run you an average of $40,000.
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in NYC
Ornate hardly describes this suite, which took the better part of 7 years and $50 million dollars to complete.
Gaze upon the gorgeous view of NYC through the 360 degree floor to ceiling views. Rest your head on Japanese silk pillows and relax with a book from the suite’s private library which is stacked with over 100 books on art and culture.
It’s also the highest hotel room in New York City.
Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President in Geneva, Switzerland
Are you ready for the priciest suite in the entire world?
The list comes to a close with the Royal Penthouse suite at the Hotel President in Geneva, Switzerland.
This 1,800 square meter suite includes panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. The suite is decorated with a handpicked art collection,a a wrap around private terrace that spans 1700 square meters.
You’ll never be without entertainment in this suite, which offers a Billiards table, a Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4-103 flat-screen TV with sound system, and a Steinway grand piano.
With 12 bedrooms and 12 marble bathrooms, guests have plenty of options.
Any guests especially concerned with privacy or security can take comfort in the suite’s private elevator and bullet proof glass.
$67,000 average per night price, (With reports showing guest paying as much as $83,200) the Royal Penthouse Suite is the most expensive hotel room in the world.