While many of us would just do something more useful instead of spending $65,000 on a hotel stay but some people just have all that money to spare, and a luxury hotel stay does no harm. A vacation guide for any place will walk you through some of the best and affordable places to spend your time there, but we have picked the most expensive hotels all around the world.
That is probably one of the first places that come to mind when thinking of luxury hotels. A stay in Burj Al Arab at Jumeirah will cost you $19,000 per night. The hotel does not only answer all your needs, but it also offers a list of luxury facilities, that most cannot even imagine.
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers a world-class dining, and unique spa to its guests in 153 elegant guest rooms at the cost of $20,000 a night in the Imperial Suite. The hotel is located in the heart of Paris, near the best shopping and tourist attractions of the city.
The Paradise Island in the Bahamas, Atlantis boasts the largest open-air marine habitat in the world. The Aquaventure is a waterscape spread over 141 acres offering 11 pools, a beach running across four miles, the iconic Mayan Temple’s Leap of Faith slide, ocean-front golf course, and the Atlantis casino; all at the cost of $22,000 per night.
The Ritz-Carlton in Japan is an urban oasis on the top of a magnificent skyscraper. Offering panoramic views of the entire city, the hotel lets you enjoy the authentic Japanese culture at the Midtown’s tea house in the sky. Paying $25,000 each night for the Presidential Suite will grant you fine dining experience with mesmerizing views.
Italy’s capital Rome is one of the richest places in culture and history. The Westin Excelsior located in the most popular of Rome’s streets costs $31,000 for a night’s stay in Villa La Capula Suite.