1. Presidential Suite at the St. Regis, New York City:- Once the home of Salvador Dali during the ’60s and ’70s, this iconic hotel features a five-star suite that’s excellent among most other luxury accommodations. Price per night is $35,000.This 3,430-square-foot space includes two bedrooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen, a classic wood-paneled library, jaw-dropping views of Central Park, 24-hour English butler service, and use of the hotel’s Bentley Mulsanne.
2. Hilltop Estate at Laucala Island Resort, Fiji:- Red Bull billionaire Dietrick Mateschitz purchased this private residence from media mogul Malcolm Forbes and turned it into a resort with 25 superluxe villas with every A-list essential one can imagine: a horse-riding school, a 72-hole golf course, a Pilates studio, and a spa that makes its own skin-care products using pressed coconuts from the island. Price per night is $40,000.Mateschitz maintains a private pagoda-style villa, nestled on top of the island.
3.Royal Suite at Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris:- Marie-Jose Pommereau, the famed interior designer and co-founder of the French edition of Architectural Digest, completely renovated the Royal Suite two years ago. Now, the largest hotel room in Paris features décor from the 18th-century Regence period paired with modern amenities. Price per night is $40,000.The three-bedroom suite features mirrors that conceal TVs, a steam room with a Jacuzzi, and three luxurious living rooms.
4. Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson, Geneva:- Bill Gates, Rihanna, and Bill Clinton are just three of the guests who stay here the most expensive hotel room in the world. Price per night is $67,000.The 19,376-square-foot suite features four bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms, a billiard room, a “royal boardroom,” and an outdoor patio that offers panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. A private security team, private elevators, bulletproof windows, and waiting limos are just some of the “extras” that provide protection and privacy for A-list guests.
5. Villa Rockstar at Eden Rock, St. Barths:- Billionaires who want to channel their inner Beyonce will find this suite music to their ears. The sprawling five-bedroom space comes with a fully equipped recording studio, a screening room, a theater area, and a staff of four, and it’s located right on the beach although there are two personal Jeeps to take you anywhere else you may wish to go. Price per night is $34,000.In the words of Jack Ezon, president of Ovation Vacations in New York, “It’s spectacular.”
6. The Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens:- Leonardo DiCaprio and Mel Gibson, stay at the Royal Villa for its homey feel and vacation vibe. Every whim is taking care of by a personal butler, a private chef, and even an on-call pianist. Price per night is $35,000.For those who want to relax, there are panoramic terraces overlooking sprawling gardens and the water. For those who want a sporty time, the suite comes with a full-size private gym, indoor and outdoor heated pools, and a steam bath.
7. Maharajah’s Pavillion at the Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India:- Once the residence of the maharajah, this is the largest “suite” in all of Asia an opulent four-floor, 16,000-square-foot apartment. The second floor overlooks the inner courts of the palace and the Charbagh gardens. Price per night is $45,000.Bling is the thing here bedrooms are adorned in gold leaf and mirrored walls, furniture is gold and silver as well as culture. The pavilion has a library and a private museum displaying the Old Throne and Bolsters of the Thakur Sahib. Butler service, a Jacuzzi, and a swimming pool feel like a mere bonus.
8. The Apartment at the Connaught, London:- Designed by famed interior decorator David Collins, The Apartment is London’s most prestigious hotel suite. The bone-and-blue-hued space is basically a private penthouse for those with discerning style. Price per night is $23,500.In addition to round-the-clock butler service, a barman who keeps Krug champagne on ice, and a personal chauffeur, the concierge takes hospitality to the next level. For instance, one guest wanted to cook his wife her favorite meal, so a Michelin-starred chef was brought in via a secret door to assist.
9. Burj Al Arab in Dubai, UAE:- This wonder of the modern world is the fourth tallest hotel in the world. The shape of the building is reminiscent of a ship’s sail. It has a helipad and was designed by Tom Wright. It also claims to be a 7-star hotel.
10. Penthouse Suite at Cannes Hotel Martinez, France:- A Saudi sheikh loved this suite so much that he wanted to rent it for five years. The reason? Luxury has no limits here. Price per night is $37,000.The only hotel room to have a terraced penthouse on the Cote d’Azur, it offers views of the Lerins Islands and Cannes Bay that not many get to see. But the view is only made better with the private butler, the on-call car, the Art Deco-inspired silk furniture, and the five-star food.