These Are The Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World

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When you’re looking for a luxury experience, many hotel suites offer spectacular opulence, but which ones are the grandest of them all? The mega-rich stay at some exclusive, top-notch destinations on the types of trips that are truly remarkable and beyond your wildest dreams.

Grand accommodations include private chauffeurs, jaw-dropping views and a whole floor of the hotel to yourself in some cases. Some places run up to $80,000 a night — or more! So if you want to wake up feeling like royalty, check out some of the most expensive hotel suites in the world.

Amanyara Villa – Amanyara, Providenciales – Turks & Caicos

Found in Turks & Caicos, the Amanyara resort is a peaceful, secluded place that many people dream of visiting. Flourishing greenery, white sand beaches and turquoise waters surround the hotel. Even better, the resort’s most expensive suite, Amanyara Villa, takes luxury to a new level.

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Amanyara Villa comes with six stylish bedrooms, 14,450 square feet of indoor-outdoor space, personal day beds and a direct path to the beach. It’s the ultimate destination for privacy and relaxation. If you’re in the mood for some outdoor activities, the suite offers your own black infinity-edge pool and access to snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding in the ocean.

Price: $20,000 per night

Presidential Suite – Mandarin Oriental Pudong – Shanghai, China

Life is crowded and fast in the heart of Shanghai, but the Mandarin Oriental Pudong helps you forget about the city’s chaos. Each room fabulously combines classic style and modern technology. The hotel’s Presidential Suite is even more marvelous. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stellar views of the stunning Huangpu River and Lujiazui financial district from any of the suite’s rooms.

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With 8,482 square feet of space, two private sky garden terraces and different rooms for resting, dining and entertaining, the suite is a great place to escape your fast-paced life. Finding ways to unwind won’t be a problem at all. The suite includes your own butler, gym, Jacuzzi, steam room and spa room.

Price: $23,175 per night

The Apartment – The Connaught – London, UK

Since 1897, The Connaught has boasted glamour and attracted all sorts of guests, from actors and presidents to fashion icons. The most notable space in the hotel is the Apartment, a comfy penthouse filled with books, paintings and sculptures. The suite already has two bedrooms, but what if you still need more space?

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You can book the entire sixth floor to gain access to nine bedrooms. The Apartment comes with a spacious dining room, living room, balcony and double-height ceilings. There staff ratio is usually three staff to one guest, so you can count on VIP treatment.

Price: $24,350 per night

Jewel Suite by Martin Katz – Lotte New York Palace – New York, NY

Lotte New York Palace’s Jewel Suite is out of this world, thanks to jewelry designer Martin Katz. Spanning 5,000 square feet, the dazzling residence has a two-story crystal chandelier, a 12-person dining room and a living room with a grand piano and fireplace.

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The extravagance doesn’t stop there. The suite features three large, cozy bedrooms, a private rooftop stone spa and unforgettable views of Manhattan. You also receive a free Martin Katz diamond microband ring when you stay here.

Price: $25,000 per night

The John Jacob Astor Estate – St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort – Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives

Whether you’re taking a vacation for romance or family fun, the John Jacob Astor Estate is the perfect place for a getaway. The estate is the Maldives’ largest overwater villa, so of course, it comes with impressive perks. The suite offers a sanctuary for entertainment and leisure.

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Featuring a 990-square-foot swimming pool and Jacuzzi on the deck, the estate lives up to its massive reputation. Each of the three bedrooms has a cinema room and spa suite, and you even have access to a personal butler.

Price: $26,220 per night

The Penthouse – Four Seasons Hotel George V – Paris, France

Walking into the Four Seasons Hotel George V is like traveling back in time to the early 1900s. However, there’s no need to worry about a lack of modern technology at the hotel. It boasts massive floral arrangements, a luxurious spa and three restaurants with five Michelin stars. The Penthouse Suite is even more impressive.

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Found on the eighth floor, the suite offers jaw-dropping views of Paris, including the Golden Triangle’s rooftops and the Eiffel Tower, from a private patio. Rooms are filled with white orchids and white floral fabric walls. During the day, natural light brightens the space through the glass walls near the terrace.

Price: $26,500 per night

Royal Bridge Suite – Atlantis, The Palm – Dubai

Royalty and celebrities like Kim Kardashian have enjoyed staying at the Royal Bridge Suite at Atlantis, The Palm. How could they not? Found on the 22nd floor, the suite features a spacious balcony with ocean and city views. The scene inside is just as beautiful as outside.

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Dazzling chandeliers hang from the ceiling, while natural light flows in through the huge balcony window. The suite includes a game room, entertainment center, library and 16-person dining table. You also receive your own private butler and chef.

Price: $27,000 per night

Imperial Suite – Le Bristol Paris – Paris, France

Icons such as Charlie Chaplin, Rita Hayworth, Josephine Baker and Sophia Loren fell in love with Le Bristol Paris. Featuring classic French splendor, the hotel comes with 18th-century interiors, two restaurants with four Michelin stars and a La Prairie spa.

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As the hotel’s largest suite, the Imperial Suite spreads across 3,475 square feet. Designed for comfort and elegance, the residence boasts a sitting room that’s decorated with French Taillardat furnishings and elegant fabrics from the floor to the ceiling.

Price: $28,006 per night

Sterling Suite – The Langham – London, UK

The Langham has been located in the heart of London since 1865. Previously famous for its high-tech services, the hotel is now popular for its excellent drinking and dining options. The property is also known for its Sterling Suite, a 4,843-square-foot area with six bedrooms.

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Offering an extravagant dining room, a private media room and a dual-tone piano, the suite is the hotel’s most luxurious space. You can also close off the elevator from the main hotel and turn it into a private elevator. Did we mention a personal butler is included?

Price: $30,000 per night

The Peninsula Suite – Peninsula Paris Hotel – Paris, France

The Peninsula Paris Hotel has a lot of history. Posh society events took over the property in the early 1900s. Following World War II, the hotel was an international conference center. Today, the property is famous for its modern technology amenities and six restaurants.

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Found on the second floor of the hotel, the Peninsula Suite is a 3,400-square-foot space full of traditional Parisian designs. With high ceilings, big double-doored windows and beautiful art masterpieces, the suite is a lush place to relax. Need to get around? No problem. You can use the hotel’s 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II during your stay.

Price: $31,000 per night

The Royal Suite – Hôtel Plaza Athénée – Paris, France

The city of love is abundant with luxury hotels and suites, including the Royal Suite at Hôtel Plaza Athénée. With a private steam room, Jacuzzi and balcony viewing the Eiffel Tower, the suite is one of the most extravagant and enticing places in the city.

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Since 1913, the hotel has highlighted Parisian glamour. It’s no surprise that fashion icons are attracted to the property, including Christian Dior. A wide variety of famous guests have actually stayed at the hotel, including royals, actors, singers and even spies.

Price: $31,300 per night

Royal Suite – Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park – London, UK

Spreading across 2,604 square feet, the Royal Suite at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park includes an extravagant living room, dining room, kitchen and two bedrooms. The space mimics a modern city apartment, so you will feel right at home, no matter how far you’ve traveled.

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There will be no question that you’ve found a spacious luxury escape, thanks to the high ceilings, sleek decor and bright atmosphere. Outside the suite, the sweeping balcony allows you to view trotting horses from the Household Cavalry.

Price: $31,746 per night

Suite Impériale – The Ritz – Paris, France

Located on Place Vendôme, the Ritz was once home to icons such as Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Marcel Proust. The hotel continues to be a popular rest stop for royalty, fashion designers and creatives.

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Many guests are attracted to the Ritz’s most marvelous residence, Suite Impériale. The living room and three bedrooms are decorated with period paintings and furniture, and one bedroom is a copy of Marie Antoinette’s room in Versailles.

Price: $33,000 per night

Presidential Suite – The St. Regis – New York, NY

With direct access to Fifth Avenue, the St. Regis New York provides an easy walk to famous places in the city, like Central Park and the MoMA. If you think the hotel’s location is superb, check out the property’s Presidential Suite. On its own, it’s a 3,000-square-foot, two-bedroom suite, but what if you want more space?

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No problem. You can expand the residence to a 3,350-square-foot space with three bedrooms. The suite already includes a comfy lounge, wood-paneled library and kitchen. Love natural light? The long windows allow light to flood into the suite.

Price: $35,000 per night

Suite 5000 – Mandarin Oriental New York – New York, NY

When the Mandarin Oriental in New York first opened Suite 5000, the space wasn’t available to book through the hotel’s website. The only way guests knew about the suite was through word of mouth. In other words, it was VIPs only. Today, you can reserve the space by emailing the hotel.

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Spanning 3,300 square feet, Suite 5000 features three bedrooms and an entertainment center filled with movies and music personally picked by Academy Records. Even better, the suite offers a closet of hand-selected outfits and accessories from Dior. The residence is on the 50th floor, so imagine how breathtaking the views are from the top.

Price: $36,000 per night

Royal Penthouse Suite – Corinthia – London, UK

There will be no question that you’ll feel like royalty as soon as you walk into the Royal Penthouse Suite at Corinthia Hotel London. Taking up two floors, the 5,000-square-foot suite comes with a private lift and massage room.

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Some guests claim the best view of London is from the Royal Penthouse Suite, which offers 180-degree panoramic views of the city. Of course, you get the royal treatment from a butler, a cook and housekeepers.

Price: $36,391 per night.

Royal Suite – The Plaza – New York, NY

The Royal Suite at The Plaza in New York is inspired by the French court of Louis XV. With three bathrooms covered in mosaic marble tile and 24-karat gold-plated accessories in almost every room, the suite is oozing with glamour.

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It comes with velvet couches and dramatic chandeliers, and even the gym has lavish furniture. Hosting a dinner party? Impress your guests with the dining room that seats 12 people. The 4,400-square-foot residence also offers a private lift and a stunning view of Fifth Avenue.

Price: $40,000 per night

Penthouse Suite – Hotel Cala Di Volpe – Sardinia, Italy

Don’t let the rustic décor in the Penthouse Suite fool you into thinking this hotel is not swanky. With a private wine cellar, a swimming pool and a dining room with a view of the gorgeous Costa Smeralda, this 2,690-square-foot residence is dripping in extravagance.

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If you’re ready to drop more than $41,000 per night for the space, the Penthouse Suite is also full of charming touches, including beautiful timber pieces, domed archways, hand-painted furnishings and a colorful pastel staircase.

Price: $41,177 per night

Grand Riad – The Royal Mansour – Marrakech, Morocco

Out of the 53 individual three-story riads at the Royal Mansour, the Grand Riad is the most luxurious of them all. The impressive Moroccan décor and countless amenities make you feel like royalty. The Grand Riad includes a private entertainment center, bar, gym and spa area.

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The space is covered in onyx floors and gold walls. Crafted by hand, the ceilings are carved cedar. The view outside is just as breathtaking as the suite’s interior. From the Grand Riad, you can see the incredible city.

Price: $43,480 per night

Hilltop Villa – Laucala Island – Fiji

The Hilltop Villa is one of the most extravagant and serene places in Fiji. Found on a private island, the villa is the perfect destination for families or big groups. Speaking of private, the booking includes a personal driver, chef and nanny.

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The villa’s marvelous pool is surrounded by rich, green gardens. Of course, if the pool isn’t big enough for all your guests, you can head to the ocean and take advantage of one of the hotel’s 14 boats.

Price: $45,000 per night

Princess Grace Suite – Hotel De Paris Monte-Carlo – Monaco

Located in Monaco, the Princess Grace Suite was inspired by Princess Grace, a Hollywood movie star who became a princess after marrying Monaco’s Prince Rainier. The Monaco royal family helped decorate the suite by donating Princess Grace’s artwork, photos and favorite books.

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This dazzling suite is the ultimate luxurious destination. Spreading across two floors, the 9,795-square-foot space comes with two extravagant bedrooms, dressing rooms, two bathrooms, a sauna, a steam room, an office and a dining area. The terrace includes a garden, a heated infinity pool and a Jacuzzi. It also features 180-degree views of the Italian Riviera. Other perks include heliport pick-ups and a personalized minibar and wine cellar.

Price: $48,000 per night

The Muraka – The Conrad – Maldives

Want to sleep with the fishes — but in a good way? Now you can in the Muraka suite, the world’s first underwater hotel suite. It will cost $50,000 a night for the experience, plus, the suite requires a four-night minimum reservation. That brings the tab to a whopping $200,000, at minimum.

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However, if you’ve got the cash, there’s nothing more relaxing than falling asleep 16 feet below the Indian Ocean. The Muraka suite is actually two stories tall, offering both surface and underwater levels. You can also expect a private butler, chef, gym, bar, boat and infinity pool.

Price: $50,000 per night

Penthouse Suite – Faena Hotel – Miami, FL

Inspired by the Great Gatsby, the Faena Hotel in Miami is the essence of luxury. The Penthouse Suite is even more extravagant. Spreading across two stories, the residence includes indoor and outdoor spaces. The suite’s five bedrooms are covered in bold red and gold details as well as animal prints.

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Each room has its own balcony with jaw-dropping views of the ocean. Floor-to-ceiling windows let natural light flood into the rooms. With so much space, the suite is the perfect place to throw a soirée.

Price: $50,000 per night

Penthouse Suite – Hôtel Martinez – Cannes, France

During the Cannes Film Festival, celebrities often stay at Hôtel Martinez. Their favorite residence at the property is the 17,975-square-foot Penthouse Suite, which overlooks the hotel’s private beach, the Boulevard de la Croisette and the Bay of Cannes.

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The interior of the Penthouse Suite is light and bright, including the furniture, walls and decorations. On sunny days, the suite’s gorgeous wood-paneled terrace is a great place to lounge, so pack some sunblock, sunglasses and a hat.

Price: $53,200 per night

The Second-Floor Suites – Hotel de Crillon – Paris, France

You can feel like royalty at the Hotel de Crillon. Marie Antoinette took piano lessons at the elite property in Paris, so it’s fitting for a suite to be named after her. However, that’s not the biggest or most expensive suite in the hotel.

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If you’re willing to spend $56,000 a night, you can reserve all the second-floor suites, which includes the Suite Marie Antoinette, the Les Aigles Ballroom, the Batailles Ballroom, the Suite Duc de Crillon and the Suite Jardin. Now, that’s what you call a mega-suite.

Price: $56,000 per night

Five-Bedroom Terrace Suite – The Mark – New York, NY

The priciest suite at The Mark in New York includes two king bedrooms, two queen bedrooms and a full bedroom. With 4,788 square feet of space, is the residence actually a suite or a mansion? Regardless, guests think it’s a great luxurious getaway.

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Each of the five and a half bathrooms is accented with black and white marble, and the Italian toiletries are uniquely made for The Mark. The kitchen is exclusively designed as well. Need some air? The suite features a pavilion and a 2,500-square-foot terrace with a view of Central Park.

Price: $75,000 per night

Royal Penthouse Suite – Hotel President Wilson – Geneva, Switzerland

If you love giant spaces, take a look at the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson. You will have the eighth floor of the hotel all to yourself. In the 2,500-square-foot living room, you will find a grand piano, a library with rare books and billiards.

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You can also view Lake Geneva from almost anywhere in the suite, including from the Jacuzzi and the massive terrace. There’s no need to worry about a lack of security here. The suite comes with cameras, bulletproof windows and a panic button, especially for high-profile guests.

Price: $80,000

Empathy Suite – The Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas has always been known for its glitz and glamour, so it’s no surprise that a suite from Sin City sits very close to the top of the most expensive list. The Empathy Suite at the Palms costs a pretty $100,000 a night.

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Located on top of the Palms, the 9,000-square-foot, two-story sky suite features a salt relaxation room, an infinity Jacuzzi with a view of the Las Vegas Strip and butler service around the clock. Artist Damien Hirst designed the space and mounted two bull sharks fixed in formaldehyde and laser-cut butterflies in the room.

Price: $100,000 per night

Villa de Stephen – The 13 Hotel – Macau, China

Located in Macau, The 13 Hotel cost $1.6 billion to build and $7 million to deck out each room. You can expect suites of spectacular opulence, no matter which one you pick. Inspired by a 17th-century palace from the French Baroque period, luxury is not spared anywhere.

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The largest suite is the Villa de Stephen, a 30,000-square-foot space. You’re in for a treat if you choose it. The suite offers Rolls-Royce transportation, 24-hour butler service, stained-glass and marble bathrooms and a private elevator lobby.

Price: $100,000 per night

Glass Igloos – North Pole Igloos Hotel – North Pole

If you’re ready to break the bank, the most expensive suite in the world will run you $105,000 a night. Located near the North Pole, the igloo suite is part of a pop-up glamping property. Each luxurious igloo is actually a heated glass dome.

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For the price tag, you get more than just one night in an igloo. The booking also includes two nights in Svalbard, Norway, transportation between Svalbard and the North Pole, meals prepared by chefs, and Arctic guides.

Price: $105,000 per night

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