Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The city of Dubai has emerged as a major global city within the last couple of decades. The capital the emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates the city is known for its upscale shopping driving nightlife and decadent skyscrapers one of these the hotel Burj Al Arab is the fourth tallest hotel in the world and sits on an artificial island off Dubai’s coast. Its priciest suite the Royal Suite is a wonder to behold perched on the 25th floor overlooking the goal and only accessible by private elevator. The least of its impressive features is its absolutely staggering size eighty four hundred square feet with a marble stairway greeting you at the entryway and massive pillars, all covered in 22 karat gold. The suite is divided into areas themed for men and women and also features a huge dining area private library and three spa quality bathrooms with marble and gold fixtures of course there’s also a private movie theater and if you don’t like the selection of pillows just pick different ones from the pillow menu. This incredibly extravagant suite in the heart of the Middle East most vibrant city goes for around 24,000 dollars per night.
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities and is known among travelers for its unique blend of the traditional and the ultra-modern. travelers who know their cuisine also know that Japan’s capital is absolutely second to none on the international dining scene. the Michelin Guide which Awards stars to restaurants and hotels for excellence room service awarded 191 total stars in its guide to fine dining in Tokyo that’s nearly twice as many as Paris the closest competitor. accordingly the ritz-carlton suite if the five-star hotel of the same name has modern luxury written all over it. the massive 3,300 square foot Suites it’s 53 stories up offering spectacular views of the Tokyo skyline in the Imperial Palace garden. the east-meets-west aesthetic echoes that of the city itself with luxurious bedrooms and two stunning bathrooms with marble surfaces complete with all of the amenities. the Suites location atop one of Tokyo’s finest hotels also offers easy access to some of the most acclaimed dining theater and museums in the world. plan your perfect night out while overlooking this amazing city and if you can afford the ritz-carlton suite it had better be legendary one night in this pinnacle of ultra-modern luxury will set you back $25,000.
Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris
Paris the French capital has been famous for its cuisine since the 18th century. there are over 9,000 restaurants in the city and many of the most famous French chefs owned restaurants in Paris it’s also been the capital of high fashion for centuries continuing to dominate trends in the fashion industry even today. located near the Eiffel Tower the historic Hotel Plaza Athenee has undergone several renovations within the last decade. in 2012 its luxurious Royal Suite underwent an upgrade that made it the most spacious and expensive hotel suite in Paris. the incredible 4,800 square-foot suite contains four bedrooms two bathrooms a full kitchen and an office. the updated interior design features a blending of classical and modern style and of course the decadent bathrooms are a main feature their fixtures are made from Italian marble imported from Verona and one bathroom features a full Jacuzzi and a steam room, while the redesign has given the space a more modern feel the antique furniture is from the era of Louis the 15th and ties in with the decor for a distinctly classical vibe the appropriately named Royal Suite is indeed fit for a king and it will help to be one if you hope to afford the going rate of about $26,000 per night.
Hassler Roma, Rome
When it comes to major historical cities very few Thai visitors to the ancient past like the majestic Italian capital of Rome. the city’s history spends well over 2,000 years and it is seen as the birthplace of Western civilization producing many of the first great achievements in arts science education and culture, today it is the fourteenth most visited city in Europe with millions of tourists every year coming to see its museums and ancient monuments realms Westin Excelsior Hotel has been called one of the most luxurious hotels in the entire world while some of its rooms come within shouting distance of affordability its luxury suite called the villa la cupola comes with a head-spinning price tag it features an unbelievable five floors of five-star luxury totaling 60 100 square feet and if that seems excessive keep in mind that it doesn’t include the balconies and terraces which tack on another 1,800 square feet the suite has its own private elevator leading to a fitness area along with a private theater and a total of seven bedrooms marble Italian walnut and hand-painted frescoes are among the elaborate and expensive decor antique chandeliers a private coppola your own wine cellar the luxurious appointments are almost too numerous to list of course you can simply book a night or two and check it out for yourself when in Rome if you don’t mind the $30,000 per night ray.
The Sky Villa, America
The American capitalist decadence Las Vegas is billed as the entertainment capital of the world and it never stops trying day or night to live up to that billing. the internationally renowned resort city and its famous strip are one of the hottest tourist destinations on the planet and Vegas has long been a leader in luxury hospitality industry as such its most expensive hotel suite is simply jaw-dropping in its extravagance the sky Villa suite at the Palms Casino Resort is located 30 stories above the strip a nine thousand square foot palace in the sky with private Butler’s attending to the needs of you and your guests, along with all the expected luxurious amenities the suite features a glass elevator to the master bedroom which has a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the city, a private gym and massage room and the ultimate showstopper the pool, the private heated pool is located on a two storey Aires overlooking the city that transforms into a private nightclub complete with neon lights in surround sound stereo system. it’s little wonder that a parade of rock stars and celebrities have stayed here and it’s only $35,000 per night.
The Hotel Martinez, France
France is one of only two countries on our list to make a repeat appearance the city of Ken on the French Riviera is of course world-famous for its international film festival perhaps the most influential Film Festival in the world in an important showcase for international cinema. the city is also known for its ultra upscale aesthetic and as a playground for the rich and famous and is home to a number of luxury hotels and resorts. the Hotel Martinez acquired by Hyatt in 2012 was opened in 1929 and quickly became one of the most respected luxury hotels in France. its penthouse suite is 3,200 square feet of luxury located on its seventh floor with an astonishing view of the Bay of town from its private Terrace which believe it or not is almost as large as the suite itself at a mind-blowing 2,900 square feet. the incredibly spacious bathrooms are outfitted in marble a suite wide Bose sound system caters to your every music need and a butler caters to any other need you might have. luxury like this in a city known for its love affair with all things Ritz use bound to come at a steep price $37,000 per night.
The Raj Palace, India
The Raj palace was once the oldest and one of the largest mansions in India and in 1996 it was converted into a stunning luxury hotel, in this hotel every suite is grand luxury each one has its own private mini museum and their decorated in priceless antique furniture, the hotel’s dining room is even home to the world’s largest chandelier but the crown jewel of the Raj Palace is the most expensive hotel suite in all of Asia, the Presidential Suite also known as Maharajah pavilion the four-story suite connected by a private elevator boasts an unbelievable 16,000 square feet of space the first floor contains the private lounge and bar, the second house is the private museum with walls intricately decorated with gold leaf and near work and also overlooks the courtyards and gardens, the third floor has a lavish dining area adorned with priceless decorations and the fourth has a private rooftop with amazing city views private spa and entrance for your private Butler set bathrooms have solid gold and silver fixtures antique furniture is crafted from silver gold and ivory every detail of this opulent suite screams luxury and well it should to live like the Maharaja for just one night. It’ll cost you $45,000.
Ty Warner penthouse, America
The only other American entry on our list is located of course in the Big Apple requiring no introduction New York City is simply the cultural and financial capital of the world. the global leader in commerce technology fashion and more and home to its fair share of world renowned luxury hotels opened in 1993. the Four Seasons New York is a five-star hotel with a sterling reputation for service and luxury even the least expensive of its guestrooms will set you back $1,200 and it’s Ty Warner penthouse located on the 52nd floor is at this time the most expensive hotel suite in the United States named after the hotel’s owner the 4,300 square foot suite was a collaboration between designer Peter Marino and famed architect IM Pei who came out of retirement to work on the project adorned in 22 karat gold and featuring sweeping 25-foot cathedral ceilings the Suites amenities are positively insane. In addition to the personal Butler personal trainer and private chauffeur it features unlimited global calling and TVs that can receive literally any channel in the world the Suites decor is absolutely impeccable walls inlaid with mother-of-pearl gilded bronze chandeliers and four French doors that open in the most perfect view of Central Park in the city, you won’t find a more luxurious or expensive stay anywhere in the US a cool $50,000 per night. Athens Freeze,