When you visit a new place, you will want to mingle in the atmosphere, go sightseeing, shop for souvenirs or try out the local cuisine. The least you will like is to crash at night in some hideous hotel where the beds have bugs, the floors have molds, hot water isn’t running or you can’t flush the toilet. You are on vacation after a year’s work, and you want to have a good time. You deserve the best, don’t you?
If money isn’t a problem, you may want to try one of the most reputable hotels in the area. We have built a list of the 10 most expensive hotels in the world in 2013.
10. Paris (France) – Park Hyatt Hotel
The Imperial Suite at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Paris comes with a massage room and steam shower. The terrace is huge – 59 square meters – and offers a panoramic view of the whole city. You will be charge a bit less than $15,000 for a night here.
9. Paris (France) – Four Seasons Hotel
The Royal Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in Paris has 244 square meters and is by far the most luxurious accommodation you can get in France. It comes with antique furniture, a steam room and a guest powder room. The hotel is located right in the heart of Paris – within a short walk away from Champs-Elysees. A night in this suite will cost you $15,000.
8. Geneva (Switzerland) – Le Richemond
The 230 square meters Royal Suite at the Richemond Hotel in Geneva comes with its own swimming pool and a 27 square meter terrace with a view on the city and the mountains. The windows are bulletproof. A night here will cost you $16,000.
7. Dubai (United Arab Emirates) – Burj Al Arab
When you say Dubai, everybody automatically thinks of the famous “seven-star” hotel in the middle of the artificial island. The Royal Suite here has 799 square meters, and guests will get their own private movie house, a Rolls Royce with a chauffeur and discounted access to a helicopter. A night in this villa costs $17,000.
6. Moscow (Russia) – Ritz-Carlton Hotel
The luxurious 236 square meter villa at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel has a direct view on the famous Red Square. It includes full-board meals, a piano and a library. You will be charged $17,000 for a night here.
5. Bahamas – Atlantis Resort Hotel
Being in Bahamas is a thrill as it is, there’s hardly anything that can make the experience more pleasurable. Well, this suite thrives to top your visiting experience with even more excitement. The villa has 440 square meters, ten bedrooms and four bathrooms. You will get your own butler and kitchen staff. Michael Jordan is among the celebrities that checks in here whenever he visits Bahamas. A night here will cost you “only” $24,000 per night.
4. Geneva (Switzerland) – President Wilson Hotel
The President Wilson Hotel in Geneva offers the King’s Penthouse, that has a whopping 1,195 square meters, 6 bathrooms, and 4 bedrooms. It also comes with a party hall where you can entertain up to 35 guests. If you are worried about your security, you should know that the suite has bulletproof windows. A night here will cost you $31,000.
3. Manhattan (New York, USA) – Four Seasons Hotel
Located in midtown Manhattan, the Four Seasons Hotel offers a luxurious Penthouse with a huge panorama of the city. The suite has nine rooms, and the service includes a butler for your whole stay. A night in the Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel will cost you $32,000.
2. Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) – Palms Casino Resort Hotel
If you are visiting Vegas and have hit the jackpot at the casino, nothing ends the night better than a good rest in the 929sqm Hugh Hefner villa at the Palms Casino Resort Hotel. The room comes with a butler, a Jacuzzi with a panoramic view of Las Vegas, and total privacy. The Hugh Hefner Suite at this hotel will cost you $38,000 per night.
1. Athens (Greece) – The Grand Resort Lagonissi
They say that if the 1,188 square meters Royal Villa at this hotel doesn’t impress you, nothing in the world can. The suite comes with a breathtaking panoramic view where you can enjoy the sunset from everywhere inside. Yes, you can even lie in the bathtub and watch the sunset – the bathroom has remote-operated blinds. A butler and a private chef are included. A night in the Royal Villa at this hotel will cost you $48,000.