The World’s Most Expensive Hotels

All hotels can be defined as establishments that provide paid accommodations on bases of varying length, but the difference comes in as to the level of comfort you can expect.

Some hotels could be described as heaven-on-earth, others not so much. If you have got the money, however, these places certainly have the time!

The Grand Resort Lagonissi Royal Villa

Situated in Athens, Greece, this extravagant hotel is situated on the Athenian Riviera. It boasts 10 restaurants, almost 200 rooms, and nearly 80 suites. Available concierge facilities include chauffeured limousines, helicopter lifts, and yacht hire and all this can be yours for US$40 000 a night.

The Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez

This hotel in Cannes is a prominent feature in French luxury living. It was opened in 1929 by an Italian family of noble descent and its styled décor is distinctive. You will be able to take in scenic views of the city like royalty thanks to one of its exclusive offerings being private Jacuzzis overlooking the Bay.

The Raj Palace Hotel

The most expensive hotel in all of Asia is located in Jaipur, in India and it features a daily rate of at least US$43 000.

Built in 1727, the Raj Palace is branded as a grand heritage hotel. It was once known as The Maharaja’s Pavillion because he lived there.

The Laucala Island Resort Hilltop Estate

An opulent villa located on its very own island in the Fijian archipelago, you can only stay at The Laucala Island Resort Hilltop Estate if the owner, Dietrick Mateschitz feels you pass muster. Although it is impossible to book a stay at this exclusive resort, the hotel has nonetheless received many positive reviews.

Winning big thanks to lucky Aussie sports betting sites experiences would no doubt help get you in, as would being a friend of a friend of the founder of Red Bull. It has been described as the Apex of the World and you will pay a minimum of $44 000 a night to stay there if you do end up getting approved.

The Four Seasons Hotel Ty Warner

Construction on the Four Seasons Hotel Ty Warner in New York kicked off in 1989 and took seven years and $50 million to complete. It is actually one of the most expensive places to stay in the whole of the United States and boasts rooms as exotic as you would expect.

The accommodations offer 360° ceiling views and are decorated in gold and platinum woven fabrics. You will need to be able to pay $50 000 per night if you want to stay there.

The Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine

At $150 000 per night, you’ll find The Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine in the ocean around St Lucia, an Eastern Caribbean island nation famous for a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its western coast.

Your money will get you an unobstructed view of the incredible marine life around you and, if you’re lucky, you may find yourself becoming a member of the Mile-Low Club!