Tourism Review News Desk - Feb 15, 2010

People have various tastes and their requirements for accommodation can vary quite considerably. Often hotel guests are satisfied when the room they are staying in is clean, there is a comfy bed and shiny bathroom and of course a TV set. However, what about the upper class? Where do they stay when traveling? brings you the top 10 most expensive hotels in the world according to! Prepare your credit card. We start at $15,500 a night.

10. Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt-Vendôme

Paris, France
$15,500 a night

750 square-foot Imperial Suite is located on the second floor of the Park Hyatt-Vendôme’s Haussmanian building. This suite has high ceilings, dining room, kitchenette and a bar. You can also relax in “In Suite Spa” that is outfitted with a steam room, whirlpool and built in massage table.

9. Royal Suite, Four Seasons George V

Paris, France
$16,000 a night

In George V in Paris you can stay, in case you can afford it, in one of their two Royal Suites. These are equipped with antique furniture. Each suite has a marble entrance, a full kitchen, sauna and separate bathroom for guests. The two 2,600 square-foot suites are split into two separate spaces, one for sleeping and one for entertainment. There is also a private office in both of them.

8. Royal Armleder Suite, Le Richemond

Geneva, Switzerland
$17,500 a night

Le Richemond was reopened after restoration of the 7th floor in 2007. The 7th floor is entirely occupied by a luxury suite. The suite is bedecked in gold, mosaics. It also has parquet floors, 300 square-foot terrace with wonderful view of Geneva and the Alps.

7. Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
$18,000 a night

Burj Al Arab Royal Suite has marble floors, mahogany furniture, and bedroom with rotating four post canopy bed. If you stay in this suite you can use Hermes bathroom products, Faubourg fragrances your private elevator, and private cinema. If you pay a bit extra, you will get a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce or helicopter.

6. Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton

Moscow, Russia
$18,200 a night

This luxurious 2,500 square-foot suite has for instance a heated floor you can use in severe Russian winters. In the suite there is a piano for your private use and also a big library. You have also a nice view of the Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral from the windows.
You can enjoy five meals a day and autonomous energy supply system and secure telecommunication array.

5. Bridge Suite at The Atlantis

Paradise Island, Bahamas
$25,000 a night

This Bridge suite has 10 rooms. It is called Bridge suite because it fills the entire space that is linking two hotel towers. One of the most famous guests who spent a night in that room was for instance Michael Jackson.

4. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel

Geneva, Switzerland
$81,000 a night

This suite takes the entire top floor of the hotel and as we know that president Woodrow Wilson suffered from high blood pressure, we can expect a really peaceful stay in this part of the hotel. The Royal Penthouse Suite has four bedrooms and its cocktail lounge can hold up to 40 guests.

3. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons

New York, USA
$34,000 a night

This suite is located on the top of the Manhattan’s tallest hotels offering guests 360-degree views of the city skyline. Floor to ceiling windows surround all sides of the massive suite with nine rooms. Its walls are inlayed with platinum and gold-woven fabrics. The suite includes a private butler as well as TVs able to receive every channel from the entire world.

2. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort

Las Vegas, USA
$40,000 a night

Here in Las Vegas you have at least the chance to win enough money to stay in this suite. The playboy themed 10,000 square-foot two-story suite includes non stop butler service, rotating bed with mirror ceiling as well as a $700,000 jacuzzi that cantilevers out above the Las Vegas strip.

1. Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi

Athens, Greece
$50,000 a night

This suite offers guests a private version of everything imaginable: heated pool, steam room, private beach, or private butler, chef or pianist! Everything is possible for only $50,000  a night.

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  1. I wonder what is the purpose of this kind of articles - to make millions of people who read it and don't belong to the upper 10,000 envious?
    Anyway, yes the suites are beautiful. Can the people who can afford them really enjoy the beauty?


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