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5 of the World’s Most Expensive rooms

Not many of us can afford a luxury hotel room let alone an outrageously expensive presidential suite: but we all love to dream. When this post came across our desk from Escape Travel, we thought it’d be fun to share a little fantasy with you on a Saturday morning. Who doesn’t want to take a peek at how the other half lives?
Everyone dreams of staying at a luxury hotel, but hearing the colossal amount of money you have to drop just for a nightly visit leaves most people mouth agape, particularly when you can

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Not many of us can afford a luxury hotel room let alone an outrageously expensive presidential suite: but we all love...

When this post came across our desk from Escape Travel, we thought it’d be fun to share a little fantasy with you on a Saturday morning. Who doesn’t want to take a peek at how the other half lives?Everyone dreams of staying at a luxury hotel, but hearing the colossal amount of money you have to drop just for a nightly visit leaves most people mouth agape, particularly when you can pick up Hawaii holiday packages and other great destinations at such heavily discounted rates. Nevertheless, here are the five of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. Decide for yourself if the amenities are enough to justify such a large cost!

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Ritz-Carlton’s Presidential Suite, Tokyo

Nightly Price: $25,000

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Westin Excelsior’s Villa La Capula Suite, Rome

Nightly Price: $29,000

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Four Seasons Hotel’s Ty Warner Penthouse, New York

Nightly Price: $34,000

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Palms Casino Resort’s Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Las Vegas

Nightly Price: $40,000

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Presidential Wilson Hotel’s Royal Penthouse Suite, Geneva

Nightly Price: $53,000

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