These super bougie penthouses and suites established around the world are for those guests who can spend the highest prices to get the most luxurious treatment.
Let’s start with the most extravagant hotel room in the world which starts at $80,000 per night. It is on the higher end of the average American annual income. Touring the Swiss Alps might seem dreamy enough as it is, but the rich and famous get the entire top floor of the hotel, which includes 12 bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms, and a terrace with a stunning view of the Alps. Guests have included Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.
Central Park is an iconic part of New York, and in the luxurious room at The Mark Hotel, guests get their own 2,500-square-foot balcony with expansive views of the park.
You’re not just paying for the view: At 13,000 square feet and $75,000 per night, it’s one of Manhattan’s most opulent living spaces. You also get legendary chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s private room service, so you don’t even need to step out for a mouth-watering dinner.
Here is another one from New York. This hotel is slightly pricier than The Mark Hotel exclusive penthouse. The Ty Warner luxury room (starting at $50,000 per night) doesn’t give the same amount of space or the view, but the Four Seasons hotel does give its elite guests 360-degree views of the city from four different cantilevered glass balconies. The glass balconies make the Empire State Building observation deck look pedestrian.
You can literally travel like an A-list Hollywood celebrity if you book a stay in the Grand Hyatt Cannes’ top-tier room, a hot spot during the Cannes Film Festival. The $41,000-per-night, the 17,976-square-foot penthouse has a huge terrace with expansive views of the Boulevard de la Croisette, the hotel’s private beach and the bay.
Dubbed as a “resort in a resort,” the beautiful hilltop estate at Laucala Island (starting from $45,000 per night) literally puts you above the rest. It is located at the top of the island’s green hills; it comes with a panoramic pool area, two guest houses, a personal cook, a chauffeur, and a nanny, so you can indeed focus on relaxing.
Ever wanted to experience the life of royalty? This is your chance, although it comes with a hefty price tag. When you stay at the Raj Palace, you’ll feel like royalty. The Raj Palace is one of India’s most stunning palaces, and now part of the palace functions as a hotel. The Maharajah Pavilion (from $65,000 per night) is a luxurious multilevel penthouse with double-height ceilings, decorative crystal chandeliers, a terrace, and also a private museum.
Just imagine all the Maharajah and Maharani who lived in the rooms before you.