Apr 20, 2011

Ten Most Expensive Hotels in the World


With the autumn season hanging around in the Eastern Region of Perth, an array of activities are held from March 25 to May 15 this year to celebrate the autumn festival.  Besides the many events that take place during this yearly occasion, everybody can explore and experience the amazing Swan River, the picturesque Swan Valley, the fantastic Perth Hills and other attractions in the region. 
This is the best time for families and friends to enjoy the region and many community-based activities every weekend.  To take advantage of this annual event, better book a hotel room in Perth  for your family or friends or somebody special  and make your stay comfortable as much as possible. 
Speaking of hotel rooms, here are ten of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world that would blow you over when it comes to their prices per night as well as the amenities provided:

10. The Penthouse Suite, The Martinez Hotel (Cannes)

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The Penthouse Suite of Martinez Hotel is considered to be the most expensive yet the most luxurious room of the hotel.   Besides that its terrace provides you a great view of the Lerrins Islands and the Cannes Bay, this room is equipped with a Jacuzzi, open bar and a kitchen with a private butler on call 24/7 just to mention some of its comforts. 
Per night rate: $18,000

9. Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton (Moscow)


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With furnishings in classic Russian Imperial style, this 2,500 square foot suite greets you with a fantastic and romantic view of The Red Square, the Kremlin, Christ Savior Cathedral and St. Basil’s Cathedral among its well-preserved historical landmarks.  This luxury hotel room comes with a dining area, grand piano, heated floor and library.  Plus, they provide you 5 meals a day to satisfy your gastronomic delights. 
Per night rate: $18,200

8. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab (Dubai)

 

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Equipped with a dining area, private cinema, a rotating four-poster bed in the master bedroom, bathroom stocked with full-sized products from Hermes, this luxury hotel room spells out opulence in all its four corners.   To add more to your comforts, a private butler stands 24/7 to attend immediately to your needs.  This is one of the most expensive hotel rooms that sit on 8,400 square feet as for its floor area and it features an astonishing view of the Arabian sea.
Per night rate: $19,000

7. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt, Vendôme (Paris)


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With subtle luxury as its trademark, Park Hyatt, Vendome features one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world---the imperial suite.  Located on the fifth floor, this pricey suite overlooks the Rue de la Paix and the Louvre.  It has first-class amenities that would define what luxury living for you is: in-suite spa with whirlpool bath, built-in massage table, steam room shower, dining room, kitchenette and a bar.  For those who are here to stay for business, multiple-lined telephones, high-speed internet access with computer and a work area are provided for you to do business with ease and efficiency while enjoying your stay in this room.
Per night rate: $20,000

6. The Bridge Suite, The Atlantis (Bahamas)

 

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Covering 4,740 square feet, the Bridge Suite is located on top of a bridge that joins the Royal Towers buildings.  This most expensive hotel room offers a 360-degree full view of the entire property that adds to its amazing features.  It has already accommodated notable celebrities such as Celine Dion, Michael Jackson and Oprah Winfrey.  This suite has a large kitchen with a permanent staff of seven including a butler and cook.  Also, its large bedroom has its own sitting area with an enormous closet that is believed to fit in a car.  Its 2,500-square-foot living room features a grand piano and two entertainment centers. 
Per night rate: $22,000

5. Presidential Suite, Ritz-Carlton (Tokyo)




Formerly called as the Michael Jacskon Suite because the late King of Pop loved to stay here when he was in Japan for a tour or promotion, this luxury hotel room features a living room connected to a dining room, access to an indoor pool, fitness studio, a marble bathroom, a Sony Bravia flat screen television, a four-poster bedroom and a personal concierge.  Located on the 53rd floor, this suite looks over the Roppongi Hills and Imperial Palace outer gardens. 
Per night rate: $25,000

4. Villa La Capula Suite, Westin Excelsior (Rome)


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This suite is an example of excessive luxury living that the ancient Romans exemplify centuries ago.  Located on the fifth and sixth floors, it covers an area of 6,099 square feet and an additional 1,808 square feet of balconies and terraces that overlook the Via Venetto district.  Decorated with over-the-top luxurious amenities, this world most expensive hotel room showcases a Pompeii-style Jacuzzi pool, a private kitchen, stained glass windows, a private cinema with Dolby surround sound and a private wine cabinet.  Aaaahhh… La dolce vita!
Per night rate: $29,000

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel (New York)


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Located on the 52nd floor, this suite was designed by legendary architects Peter Marino, I.M. Pei and hotel owner, Ty Warner.  This posh accommodation offers a 360-degree view of New York City.  Not only that, it highlights several amenities such as a Zen Room with a waterfall, a library with grand piano and a tub overlooking Central Park.  If that is not enough to meet your extravagant needs, the penthouse also provides full spa treatment, a 24/7 private butler and a personal trainer to pamper you with what you need during your stay.
Per night rate: $34,000

2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort (Las Vegas)


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If you wish to experience how it feels to be in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion, then booking a night or two with this sexy suit in Las Vegas might be the best way for you to make it happen.  This villa is modeled after the original Playboy Mansion.  Actually, this is where Hugh Hefner goes to just to have a diversion of accommodation from his busy mansion.  This luxurious villa has three bedrooms, media room, spa and sauna rooms and a huge living room.  Although Playboy bunnies are not included in this package but it has the rotating bed with a mirrored ceiling above it to give you a sexy feel.
Per night rate: $40,000 

1. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel (Geneva)


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Having the best security in the world, this expensive hotel room sits entirely on the top floor of the hotel which can be reached by a private elevator.  It has a dramatic view of the city, Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. This lavish hotel accommodation is set in contemporary style as for its interiors and it features a cocktail lounge, library, four bedrooms, a terrace and six bathrooms.  This suite is always the top choice among celebrities and heads of state who are in Geneva for a meeting or convention at the United Nations Headquarters.
Per night rate: $53,000

2 comments:

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