Spread all over the world there are hotel rooms that will boggle your mind. Unlimited comfort, extra luxury furniture and breathtaking sights. Strictly all inclusive. The lucky ones who can stay in these luxury suites, even if only for a night, will have all kinds of comfort – chef and butler included. However, there are very few people able to afford them. Starting from Italy, passing through China and landing in the US: here are the most expensive suites on Earth (and what makes them so special).
Suite Bridge, Bahamas
Into the hearts of the Caribbean is hiding a real pearl, with ten bedrooms and a sight over the Atlantic Ocean. With its 17.500 euro per night, the Suite Bridge of the Atlantis Hotel in Bahamas is certainly one of the most expensive suites in the world.
Who wouldn’t want to have a professional chef’s team ready to impress with local recipes? Celebrities such as Bill Gates, Celine Dion and Michael Jackson have all enjoyed the comforts that this hotel room has got. The shades of gold and light blue makes this suite bright and harmonious; perfect to enjoy a luxury and pure stay.
One Casino Drive, Suite 12, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Royal Penthouse Suite, Geneve
For whoever loves glitz and modernity, there’s only one location where you can really relax and unwind. It’s the Royal Penthouse of the President Wilson Hotel in Geneve: a mix of ultra-modern accessories and lavish furniture. With its 12 bedrooms, all equipped with private bathroom, this room ranks among the most expensive suites in the world.
A single night in this hotel means to pay up to 62.000 euro: a luxury destined only to a selected few. Among the lucky ones who had the chance to admire this beautiful suite are Michael Douglas, Rihanna and Bill Clinton.
The high price is also legitimated by loads of efficient alarm systems, a heliport and bullet-proof vests.
Quai Wilson 47, 1211 Genève, Switzerland
+41 22 906 66 66
Presidential Suite, Cannes
Classy, elegant and rich of precious details that make it unique: staying at the Presidential Suite of the Grand Hyatt in Cannes means living a daydream. Only one night in this hotel room can cost even up to 52.000 dollars.
The real crown jewel of this suite are the two roof gardens: guests can choose to relax in the Jacuzzi or under the ancient olive-tree. Into this suite, there are four bedrooms, two spas, two bathrooms and two living rooms. Without counting the possibility to choose between Turkish bathroom and hydro.
Even art lovers will be satisfied: all around the Presidential Suite are precious lithographs of Matisse, Picasso and Steal.
73 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes, France
+33 4 93 90 12 34
Suite Delana, Fiji Islands
Extreme luxury is what stands out at the Suite Delana. This hotel room is a giant villa placed in the deep hearts of the Fiji Islands, into the sumptuous Laucala Island Resort. A night in this hotel room costs 40.000 euro, but the comforts are guaranteed. The suite is placed on the top of the resort and grants a beautiful view; moreover, a panoramic pool and two villas for guests make it one of the most expensive suites in the world.
In total, the Suite Delana is able to manage a maximum of six people: a must-do luxury escape that would be impossible to not share.
Laucala Island, Fiji
+679 888 0077
Royal Bridge Suite, United Arab Emirates
To achieve this imperial suite it is necessary to take a private elevator. Just this detail could be enough to describe the Royal Bridge Suite at the Atlantis Palm, with its 924 square meters and an incredible view directly over The Gulf and The Palm Island.
To stay in this luxury hotel room the price goes up to 32.000 euro per night. Of course, all the guests may enjoy an excellent service: private dinner, hydro, fine porcelain and gold inlaid. And for those who want to share their own relax, it’s possible to have a dinner at the main table with a maximum of 16 friends.
Crescent Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 426 2000
Presidential Suite, Shanghai
For those who love the art of the Far East, its traditions and its taste in luxury, the keystone is only one: the Presidential Suite of Shanghai. An amount of 23.000 euro per night will be necessary to stay in this hotel room, laced at the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Pudong Hotel.
788 square meters of an ultra-modern design expertly mixed with furniture and lavish details; among these are a wine bar of three meters, a private winery, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom of 50 square meters and a roof with a spectacular view over the Chinese metropolitan skyline.
111 Pudong S Rd, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China
+86 21 2082 9888
Villa La Cupola, Rome
This suite takes its name directly from the majestic dome of 12 meters that overlooks its living room. In the heart of the Italian capital is hiding a jewel furnished with great details: 1100 square meters, on two levels, and several precious frescoes.
The opening dates back to 1999 and from then the fame of the suite Villa La Cupola at the Westin Excelsior Rome has spread all over the world. To top the success of this extra luxury suite are a Jacuzzi, a conference room, a Turkish bath, a wellness area, a solarium, a Spa and a living room for 10 people. Final price per night: 20.000 euro.
Via Vittorio Veneto, 125, Roma, 00187, Italy
+39 06 47081
St. Regis Villa, Mauritius
The recent opening of this luxury suite in the heart of the Mauritius islands has spread all over the world. A single night at the St. Regis Villa means to spend up to 30.000 dollars. The lucky ones will have for them the biggest and most exclusive resort of all the island. Inside, four bedrooms and four heated pool. In addition: a briefing room, a private wellness area, two living rooms, a wine bar and a dining room.
To crown everyone’s dream, the suite comes with a direct access to the beach, naturally exclusive. Crystalline waters and white sands supplement the image of this dream resort.
Le Morne Peninsula, Mauritius, Le Morne, Mauritius
+230 403 9000
Presidential Suite, Venice
300 square meters of pure luxury: with these numbers the Presidential Suite of the Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel in Venice wins the title for the biggest hotel room in the city and much more.
To stay in this hotel the price is about 12.000 euro per night. Among the lucky ones who enjoyed all its comforts there’s even the ex-first lady Michelle Obama. Divided on two floors, this hotel room has got a private wellness and fitness area, a walk-in closet, two bedrooms, two private bathrooms, a huge living room, a pool and a beautiful view over the tower of the city thanks to its 18 glazed windows.
Giudecca, 810, 30133 Venezia, Italy
+39 041 272 3311
Ty Warner Penthouse, New York
Dive into the chaotic and fluctuating luxury of New York: the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons has got a 360 degree view of over the American metropolis. To stay a single night in this luxury hotel room means to spend 27.000 euro per night. But the comforts are mind blowing: among the others, a private spa, a butler and a driver, strictly on a classic Rolls Royce.
The walls of this New Yorker suite are inlaid of gold and mother of pearl; the hydro with a view over Central Park is the icing on the cake that you can’t miss.
57 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022, USA