The Most Luxurious Hotels in the World
Written by Selena Singh-Russell
Most of us spend lots of time planning our vacations so that they’re as good as can be. It is largely agreed upon that one of the most important parts of a vacation is the accommodation.
Usually, when we are looking for an accommodation, we try to book one that is safe, comfortable and close to all the coolest attractions. But, have you ever dreamed of going beyond the necessities and staying at one of the world’s most expensive hotel suites? We’re sure you have. Just what do they offer though? Well, at the very least, you can expect fine furnishings, state-of-the-art security and exceptional service.
Keep reading to find out more about four of the most expensive hotels in the world and what they offer.
Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
There are actually five hotels on Atlantis Paradise Bahamas: The Royal, The Beach, The Coral, The Cove and The Reef. They’re all impressive, but the most expensive room is The Royal Bridge Suite, located on the 23rd floor of The Royal. This luxurious suite consists of 10 rooms.
It also has floor-to-ceiling windows, a 22-karat gold chandelier, a grand piano, marble floors, whirlpool tubs, a full-service bar. Add to that seven butlers and unlimited access to the movie theatre and it’s not hard to understand the hefty price tag of $25,000 per night.
The Plaza, New York
At $30,000 per night, you can bet that The Royal Three Bedroom Suite in The Plaza, New York will live up to your expectations. The suite is 4,400 square feet and it overlooks Fifth Avenue.
It has a library, chef’s kitchen, living room with grand piano, dining room for 12 guests, powder room and a fully equipped fitness room. There’s also an elevator with private access and white glove butler service. And of course, it comes with a private chef. So, you don’t need to spend even more money on fancy restaurants—you can have whatever you’d like to eat in the comfort of your room.
Titanic Mardan Palace, Turkey
Located on the shores of the Turkish Riviera, the Titanic Mardan Palace is one luxurious accommodation. It’s so big, you’d think it were a town in itself.
The hotel boasts 16 bars, a sprawling spa and six a la carte restaurants. Its five-acre pool complex is also bound to be a winner in everyone’s books.
The hotel cost over $1.5 billion to build and has been attended by stars such as Mariah Carey and Tom Jones. It features a Disneyland-like design, gold leaf details and marble floors. The prices of rooms vary, but for a Grand Duplex Suite, you can expect to pay around $1400 per night.
Burj Al Arab, United Arab Emirates
The Burj Al Arab is one of the world’s tallest and most recognizable hotels.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of luxury services including personal butlers, chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce cars and spa. If you’re a fan of swimming, you’ll love its infinity pool and man-made beach. You’ll also have a spectacular view of the waters, no matter which room you’re in. And if you’re picky about pillows, this is the hotel for you, as it has a 17-pillow menu.
The Royal Suite, which has hosted Justin Bieber and other celebrities, costs up to $24,000 per night.