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MOST EXPENSIVE HOTEL ROOMS

Hotel President Wilson - Geneva, Switzerland $80,000/night

With 12 rooms (and, naturally, 12 bathrooms as well), the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is believed to be the most expensive hotel suite in the world at about 75,000 Swiss francs – or $80,000 – a night. Just blocks from the United Nations building, on Lake Geneva, the suite reportedly has housed heads of state and celebrities like Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Richard Branson and Bill Gates – not that a hotel of that caliber would confirm those names.

The Presidential Suite, The Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India - $45,000/night

US$45,000 per night. The suite is a four floor apartment with a private. The Pavilion has a private elevator connecting all four.

Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez Penthouse Suite, $37,500/night

Overlooking the gorgeous Bay of Cannes, this luxurious suite lets you spend your whole vacation soaking up the sun.

Four Seasons New York's Ty Warner Penthouse - $35,000/night

Named for the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s owner, the 4,300-square-foot suite covers the entire 52nd floor and has some of the city’s best views of Manhattan. Guests can take advantage of the 360-degree views through bay windows and from the four glass balconies that run at a diagonal to the city’s grid of streets—a unique touch thought up by Warner. He planned the suite with architect I.M. Pei—who came out of retirement for the project—and designer Peter Marino in a $50 million and seven-year process.

The Palms Penthouse - Las Vegas - $40,000/night

With two to chose from, a one-story and a two-story sky villa, these suites are extravagant beyond belief. Everything you could ever want in a hotel room comes standard in the Sky Villas. The Sky Villas get their names primarily because of the way they are open to the outside. Glass walls, balconies in every room, and a Jacuzzi that literally stretches out over the edge of the hotel and end in a glass well make these suites feel like your sleeping in the sky, with spectacular views of the Strip.

St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort Penthouse Suite - Abu Dhabi - $35,000/night

At 22,600 square feet, the Royal Suite at the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort in Abu Dhabi is being billed as the largest hotel suite in the United Arab Emirates and comes with a private movie theater, game room, spa and sauna, and outdoor swimming pool.

St. Regis Hotel Penthouse -New York - $15,000/night

This historical Beaux-Arts landmark has been serving the privileged since 1904, and thanks to a $100 million restoration in 2006, the Midtown gem continues to impress. Built by Col. John Jacob Astor IV of ill-fated Titanic fame, the St. Regis’s 237 guest rooms and suites feature Louis XVI furniture, crystal chandeliers, soaring ceilings, marble baths and silk-covered walls. Need more?

For a whopping $15,000 or more a night, the Presidential Suite comes with a dining room for eight, fully-equipped kitchen, library, three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Each floor has 24-hour butler service to tend to a guest’s every whim—including, even to unpack the suitcases. The legendary King Cole Bar and Lounge is home to Maxfield Parrish's famed 1906 mural of Old King Cole, and claims to be the birthplace of the Bloody Mary. Every inch of the property screams opulence—down to the mini chandeliers in each of the stalls on the first floor men's room.

The Penthouse | Paris Suite | Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Elegant, welcoming and completely memorable, The Penthouse imparts the sense of staying in a private Parisian residence. The Penthouse features luxurious finishes and furnishings, sumptuous amenities, and breathtaking views of the City of Light, including the Eiffel Tower from your own private terraces.

The comfortable living room offers thoughtful touches such as Baccarat crystal glassware, a plasma-screen television hidden behind a black mirror, a bookcase with a wide range of intriguing antique books, a refrigerated private bar, and window coverings operated by remote control. The adjacent conservatory has a marble mosaic floor and walls clad in luxury fabric by Lelièvre. Enjoy a delectable meal at the Second Empire pedestal table and relax in white Knoll armchairs while savouring incredible views.

Atlantis Royal Bridge Suite - Dubai

It majestically spans the arch which links the Royal Towers offering un-paralleled 180 degree views of The Palm and the Arabian Sea. The décor is exquisite and opulent reflecting the stature of the suite.

The St. Regis Mauritius Villa - EUR 22,190/night

Spanning 1,659 square metres, The St. Regis Villa is the largest and most exclusive full-service private residence in Mauritius, offering families and groups of friends the ultimate luxury experience, combined with bespoke service and refined elegance both befitting of the destination and true to the St. Regis brand.

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