Royal Two Bedroom Suite, The Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah – Dubai
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The 780 square metre Royal Suite has been designed with an opulent colour scheme, sumptuous furnishings and exclusive amenities including a private lift and cinema. Both floors of this exquisite Suite feature sublime uninterrupted views over the Arabian Gulf. For a casual £12,000 a night this decadent suite could be all yours.
Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée – Paris
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Gaze at the City of Light from the comfort of a spacious Royal Suite, and experience the best five-star hotel in Paris. Lavishly decorated with French Regency furniture, stunning antiques, and touches of silk and damask, the suite speaks to the city’s history and beauty. The view alone is worth its £19,506 a night price tag, from the balconies you’ll enjoy stunning views of avenue Montaigne and the Eiffel Tower.
The Royal Penthouse Corinthia Hotel – London
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The ultimate London address for the ultimate price of £22,000 a night. The two story suite offers panoramic views over the city. Its total space comes to 465m², which includes 10-seat dining room, a grand staircase leads to two bedrooms with king-size beds and bathrooms as well as two further bedrooms. A private spa suite and hidden den to the butler’s kitchen and walk-in wine cellar.
Two Story Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas
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The extravagant two story villa spares no expense. For £22,531 at weekends and £12,893 on weekdays, it comes complete with pool, personal glass elevator, massage room, private balcony, media room and dry sauna. With all this and more, the 9,000-square-foot palace is the ultimate Las Vegas suite
Amanyara Villa, Amanyara – Turks & Caicos
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Amanyara – “peaceful place” – shows luxury is best served beachside and poolside. It’s £22,540 a night villas embody the Caribbean spirit blending indoor-outdoor living via open-air living spaces, large decks, day beds, outdoor showers, infinity pools, lush landscapes and even private reflecting ponds.
Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, Cannes – France
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At £27,416 the Penthouse Suite of the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez is situated on the 7th floor, this prestigious 300sqm suite offers a bedroom with king bed, living room & dining room and a spacious marble bathroom. The private terrace alone is 270sqm boasting stunning views over the Bay of Cannes and the famous Boulevard de la Croisette.
Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite, Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur – India
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If this majestic hotel – a restored ancient royal castle – is good enough for the Maharaja, it’s good enough for you. The opulent Presidential suite glimmers in gold leaf, stucco, ivory, silver, ornate mirrors and furniture, and Italian marble floors. At £28,595 per night, the 16,000-square-foot suite has six bedrooms, dining room, theater, library and kitchen staff over four floors.
Delana Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island – Fiji
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The entire island is owned by Red Bull’s billionaire owner and consists of 25 villas, but this is the best. It has panoramic views of the island, free massages, horse rides on the beach all these luxuries and more could be yours for £34,089 a night (although you need receive an invite first!).
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel – New York City
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The Ty Warner Penthouse is the highest hotel penthouse suite in New York City. The 4,300-square-foot space is a cool £36,956 a night. Complete with Panoramic windows and cantilevered glass balconies dub this “a castle in the clouds.” The lavish penthouse took 7 years and £38 million to build. The room has its own art concierge and also a huge library, even though it only houses three.
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson – Geneva
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At £53,000 a night, the Royal Penthouse Suite at Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson is the most expensive hotel room in the world. Guests are not left wanting for much: the suite has 12 bedrooms and 12 marble bathrooms, plus a wraparound terrace with views of the Alps that have been said to move a handful of famous musicians to song (there’s a Steinway piano, should the backdrop not be enough).
Owner’s Villa, Cheval Blanc Randheli – Maldives
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Those all-important three little words “price on request”, need we say more about the private island and villa. The Owner’s Villa sprawls across its dedicated island and is accessible from a private berth and jetty. This four-bedroom villa is the epitome of exclusive privacy with unique facilities including its own spa, oversized 25-metre long outdoor pool, pristine beaches and exotic gardens.