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Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels in the World

By Vipin - November 07, 2023 02:57 PM

Find out the names of these uber-luxurious hotels that cost the earth - and are situated in all corners of the globe. From the remote Fiji islands to the throbbing centre of New York to the hot sands of Dubai - this list of the world’s most expensive hotels is certainly worth a look at.

1. The Lover’s Deep St. Lucia Submarine – The Underwater Hotel

Most expensive room rate: USD 292,000 per night.

Location: St. Lucia, Caribbean Islands

This submarine hotel famously known as The Lovers Deep is the most expensive hotel in the world.

As the name suggests, the most expensive and luxe hotel in the world is an underwater submarine space. The submarine hotel is specially designed to provide sensational romantic experiences and costs 292,000 USD (INR 2,17,34,450) per night! Claimed to be giving lovers a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the submarine takes you through deep blue oceans and comes with a private chef and soundproof rooms.

Swim past the coral reefs or the sunken battleship near the Red Sea. A private captain and butler are there to look after all you need. There’s also a two-person shower, champagne-soaked breakfast, and everything else that spells luxury. Are we ready

2. Kokomo Private Island Fiji

Designer: Lang Walker AO

Cost per night on this Island ranges: The price ranges from USD 500,000 for a 0.5 to 1-acre undeveloped private island to USD10 to USD 12 million for larger 60 to 70-acre islands.

No of Guest Kokomo Private Island hotel accommodates: 40 Guests

Location: Fiji Island

Who doesn’t dream of a private island for a hotel? Cradled by the Great Astrolabe Reef, the Kokomo Private Island provides the utmost luxurious experience amalgamated with sustainability. It offers villas, residences, yachts, and more to allow tourists to make the most of their vacation. It boasts of being versatile and accommodating to all –honeymooners, solo adventurers, and families. Lang Walker AO and his family worked with all their hearts and their efforts couldn't have paid off better!

The tourists also enjoy daily housekeeping, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, airport transfer, and a private beach! To add, a kids club, shuttle service, barbeque facilities, and front desk add to the experience. The villas are excellent choices for private couples, and these overlook the sea and have private pools. Residences are ideal for family getaways and are hidden on the hilltops overlooking the lush tropical environment. It also offers 24-hour long butler and nanny services. Singular rooms can also be rented, and the cost differs with the season. Not bad, anyway.

3.Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

Designer: Hirst

Most expensive room rate: USD 100,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Palms Casino has 703 air-conditioned rooms.

Location: Las Vegas

Palms Casino Resort is among the most expensive hotels in the world, taking extravagance to another level. Palms Casino is not just popular for having the most expensive hotel suites but also for popular celebrity sightings. This hotel is quite popular among celebrities, and the cast of Real World Las Vegas stayed at Palm Casino Resort. Even famous star Britney Spears once hosted her after-party at this resort. So you can imagine the level of popularity of this hotel.

The hotel offers salt relaxation rooms, 24-hour butler service, and an infinite jacuzzi. The hotel has been designed by renowned artist Hirst, and currently, this hotel is under renovation, so hold on tight, for this luxurious hotel is about to get even more luxurious.

4.The Mark Hotel

Designer: Jacques Grange

Most expensive room rate: USD 75,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Mark Hotel has 106 air-conditioned rooms

Location: New York

Ever since 1927, the Mark Hotel, located in the heart of New York City, has been New York’s most lavish hotel. Crafted by Jacques Grange, a better blend of modern amenities and first-class services with an antique reputation never existed. Made extraordinary with a fitness centre, Jacques Grange design, hair salons, pedicabs, dining rooms, and le shops, this Izak Senbahar-owned hotel welcomes all.

It costs its visitors 75,000 USD (INR 55,82,478) a night. Surprised? It’s in Manhattan! Located on the 15th and 16th floors, the 10,000 square feet interior space is heavenly! Adorned with four bedrooms, bathrooms, and a massive living room, the outside comprises a 2500 square feet terrace overlooking Central Park. Too good, right?

5.Hotel President Wilson

Designer: Marcel Jacquignon

Most expensive room rate: USD 80,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Hotel President Wilson has 204 air-conditioned rooms and 22 suites

Location: Geneva

Hotel President Wilson, located on the lakeshore in Geneva, is said to have the best lake-view rooms you can imagine. Its spacious conference room is popular for having huge International Conferences and meetings. It also has a ballroom, which has the capacity to accommodate 800 guests in one go.

Popular celebrities such as Bill Gates, Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Richard Branson, and many others have stayed here in this one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.

The Royal Penthouse suite costs 80000 US dollars, making it one of the most expensive suites. One of the windows in the suite is all glass, giving spectacular views of the lake.

There is a Steinway Grand Piano for people who like to enjoy music, a terrace with a telescope, a Billiards table, and a gym, so you don’t miss out on your workout.

6. Hilton Villa Fiji

Owner: Dietrich Mateschitz

Most expensive room rate: USD 61,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Hilltop Villa has 25 air-conditioned rooms

Location: Fiji

Protruding from the lush green hills of the island, the hilltop villa in Fiji is rightly compared to a resort within a resort. Its alluring views and atmosphere, panoramic view of the island owned by Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, and the most wonderful interiors, all add up to make for one oversized private home in the hills.

This luxurious hilltop villa in Taveuni features the most beautiful, exotic view and boasts excellent furnishings, a balcony, a private infinity swimming pool, all with utmost privacy. It facilitates water activities, a nanny, full-time professional chefs and housekeeping, and everything else to bury you in comfort. Indeed, calling it one of the most expensive hotels sounds good for this abode of extravagance, doesn’t it?

7. The Royal Suite Plaza

Designer: Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, Thomas Hastings and Joseph Finger

Most expensive room rate: USD 30,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Soneva Jani has 54 air-conditioned rooms, each with its own pool and plunge pool.

Location: New York

Adding another hotel to the most expensive hotels in the world, The Royal Suite Plaza, overlooking Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain, is among the favourite hotels.

This hotel was built in the year 1907 by Henry Janeway, Hardenbergh, Thomas Hastings, and Joseph Finger, making a perfect blend of modernisation and history.

Equipped with a private library, a large piano, a luxury closet, thermal floorings, and 24-karat gold-plated fixtures in the bathroom. Could it be any more lavish than this?

8.The Royal Suite, Burj-Al-Arab

Designer: Tom Wright

Most expensive room rate: USD24,000 per night.

Number of Suites: 202 Suites

Location: Dubai - United Arab Emirates

When we’re talking about Dubai, we have to expect posh. Burj-al-Arab is famous for being Dubai’s most iconic, awe-inspiring hotel and was the masterpiece of architect Tom Wright. Worth looking at once in a lifetime, this seven-star hotel is every wanderlust’s dream come true. A global icon celebrating the Arabian aura of luxury, the hotel is shaped like the sail of a ship and accommodates a man-made beach and infinitely expansive pool terrace. It is one of the tallest hotels in the world, reaching 180 meters high.

But the royal suite, perched on the 25th floor, is among the most expensive hotel rooms worldwide. The suite costs about 24,000 USD (INR 1,79,2425) per night, so it pays off for everything it offers. With 22-karat gold decorated throughout, 24-hour assistance, and much more. The suite is spread across two floors with a massive area of 780 square meters. The bathrooms (three of them) are the most beautiful and luxurious and will truly make you royal for a few days.

9.Soneva Jani, Maldives

Designer: Eva Malmström Shivdasani

Most expensive room rate: USD 20,000 per night.

Number of rooms: Soneva Jani has 54 air-conditioned rooms, each with its own pool and plunge pool.

Location: Maldives

Owned by Sonu Shivdasani and given shape by the designer Eva Malmström Shivdasani, a most exquisite, most desirable over-water luxury hotel, Soneva Jani in the Maldives provides rooms that transcend space and time. The Maldives is a regular hot spot for both Hollywood and Bollywood celebs, who are often spotted spending their vacation in the Maldives. And the very popular ultra-luxurious and one of the most expensive hotels in the world, Soneva Jani, has been a popular choice among these celebs. The mesmerizing turquoise water and the posh cute villas in Soneva Jani have hosted popular faces like Gwyneth Paltrow from Modern family, Dakota Johnson, Brad Falchuk, and Chris Martin, name a few.

It has villas you can rent, with some of them having slides going right into the water and retractable roofs for a stargazing night. With a swimming pool and children’s area, the villa is complete. Other than that, there’s a dine-in and wellness centre that offers the most relaxing spas. In fact, the entry-level villa is a one-bedroom suite spread across 4000 square feet across two floors. Just imagine how luxurious the higher, more expensive suites could go! The prices per villa usually increase with add-ons like spas, all-inclusive packages, and more facilitated rooms.

10.The Titanic Mardan Palace

Designer: Telman Ismailov

Most expensive room rate: USD 20,000 per night.

Number of rooms: 560 air-conditioned rooms,

Location: Turkey

Floating along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, an all-inclusive luxury hotel in the beautiful country of Turkey, the Titanic Mardan Palace is a 5-star hotel that boasts award-winning services and experience. Built by an Azerbaijani businessman, Telman Ismailov, the hotel comprises lagoon-style extended pools that enlarge into a private sandy beach, and the architecture reflects Istanbul’s most sought-after features.

Some of the rooms in this hotel are equipped with stately glass ceilings. There are eight top-notch restaurants, and the world’s largest outdoor pool connects with this hotel. There is also a kid’s section, gym, and bars and clubs for the best entertainment and experience. Surprisingly, one night at the Titanic Mardan Palace costs only 10,000 USD (INR 8,26,275)!

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