We all like to splash some cash on a nice luxury hotel. And while we do have a few very fancy and expensive hotels in Canada, they are blown away by the prices of the competition. Let’s take a look at how much you need to spend in order to get the most exclusive and expensive hotel rooms…or rather suites cause room would be a real understatement.
Number 3: The 12.000 $ Royal Suite at The Burj Al Arab, UAE
Widely known as the only hotel in the world giving itself a 7 star rating, this hotel does have a thing or two to marvel even the most experienced travelers. The Royal suite however is something special. It is a duplex (like all the suites in the hotel) covering 780 square meters, and it is sumptuously furnished. Besides that it has some exclusive amenities like a private lift and a cinema. It also boosts a dining room for 12, two large dressing rooms, private bars upstairs and downstairs and so much more. Only question remains….can you handle so much bling?
Number 2: The 45.000 $ Shahi Mahal Suite at the Raj Palace hotel, India
It might sound like a massive amount of money, but you get a lot in return too, at least if you can handle the overload of details on the walls, the gold furniture and the presence of a small army of loyal staff. Lucky enough, you don’t need to carry this burden all by yourself as the suite has 6 massive bedrooms, so you can invite some friends to come over and enjoy all of this luxury. Or why not watch a movie all together in the private theater, or have some intellectual readings at the in-suite library to name a few things you could do while staying at this suite.
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Number 1: The 68.000 $ Royal Penthouse suite at the Hotel President Wilson, Switzerland
Yes, you are reading it right! A royal 68.000 USD for a royal experience at the royal penthouse! Hence why only royalty (this includes celebrity “royalty” too) will be able to afford this luxury. But in return you do get a massive suite measuring a whopping 1.680 square meters! It has 12 bedrooms, a large terrace with panoramic views over the lake of Geneva and the Mont Blanc, a private VIP lift, a Steinway grand piano, a Brunswick billiard and we can go on for a while like that. To ensure your safety (as you will probably be a high target figure) the suite has bullet proof glass to give that extra sense of superiority.
What is the most expensive hotel room you ever stayed in? And was it worth it? We would love to find out!