10. The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Staying there would cost you around Dh82,400 ($22,900) a night. The suite features 17 types of pillows, a majlis style lounge, and library as well as a cinema room. A personal in suite elevator, private dining room for 12. Two large dressing rooms. The world’s largest brigade of butlers, available 24 hours. Full-size Jacuzzis and separate five-head rain showers. A set of his and hers full size Hermes amenities in each bathroom and much more
9. The Presidential Suite at St. Regis, New York
Staying there would cost you around Dh105,343 ($29,262) a night. This luxury suite is meant to accommodate two Adults, but could take a maximum of four people. Amenities include a full kitchen, separate living room, formal dining room and powder room. This piece of prime real estate in one of the world’s most expensive cities has floor-to-ceiling windows with 5th Avenue, 55th Street and Central Park views. You’ll also get a dressing room, spa-style bathroom and a Jacuzzi tub.
8. Amanyara Villas in Caicos and Turks
Staying there would cost you Dh105,346 ($29,263) a night. The property includes a volcanic rock infinity edge pool, an expansive living and dining pavilion. A shaded terrace and poolside dining. An office, a living and dining pavilion, an in-villa spa treatment room, media room and personalized gym. There’s also a Jacuzzi for cooler winter days.
7. The St. Regis Villa at St. Regis in Mauritius
Staying there would costs Dh108,000 ($30,000) a night. The St. Regis Villa on Mauritius is the largest villa on the island. It includes four spacious suites opening out onto the ocean. Each suite has full direct ocean view and opens up to a private deck with private sun loungers. Three of the suites offer a private pool outside on the deck.
6. Royal Residence at Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives
Staying there would cost Dh126,000 ($35,000) a night. The five bedroom retreat consists of the main ‘Sanctuary’ bedroom and three guest villas – one king size, one twin size, and a two-storey guest house comprising one king bedroom and one twin bedroom. The Royal Residence can host 10 adults and 4 children or 12 adults comfortably and includes dining and living room area, which is fully stocked with classic books, a flat screen TV, video games, home theatre system, and comfortable couches to lounge on as well as a dining table that seats eight people. The living room area leads out onto the expansive deck wrapped around a designer pool. The outdoor area also features a sunken seating lounge that is enveloped by a lily pond, a stretch of private beach, your very own open air teppanyaki restaurant, private jetty, sundeck and bar.
5. The Royal Suite at St. Regis Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi
Staying there would also cost Dh126,000 ($35,000) a night. The Royal Suite is a duplex spanning across the upper two levels of the hotel. It sleeps five guests and comes with a private pool, dining room, living room, butler service and spa.
4. Hilltop Estate Laucala Island in Fiji
Staying there would cost Dh159,310 ($44,253) a night. The Hilltop Estate is located up in the green hills of Laucala Island. The villa is considered a resort within a resort. It has 4 bedrooms, a living room with its own panoramic pool, a private cook, a chauffeur and a private nanny.
3. Owner's Villa, Cheval Blanc in the Maldives
Staying there would cost Dh171,500 ($49,000) a night. The Owners Villa is located on its own private island. The 1-ha dedicated island is accessible from a private berth and jetty. This four-bedroom villa has its own spa, 25-metre long outdoor pool, beaches and garden.
2. The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons in New York
Staying there would cost Dh180,000 ($50,000) a night. The Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons Hotel New York took seven years to complete. It is located 52 stories high. The Penthouse features four glass balconies, A chauffeured Rolls-Royce; dedicated Guest Relations Manager; and a masseuse. The suite includes a 700 square foot library with a 26 foot cathedral ceiling, a baby Grand Piano, a chromatherapy infinity soak tub and an oversized steam rain shower experience.
1. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel in Geneeva
Staying there would cost Dh288,000 ($80,000) a night. The people who stay in the most expensive hotel suite in the world are generally heads of state and foreign dignitaries as well as VIPs and celebrities. It has got full views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps. In the suite, you can find a Steinway grand piano, a billiards table, a private fitness room, two dining rooms, two kitchenettes, a personal assistant, a chef, and a butler. The suite houses 12 bedrooms. 12 private bathroom featuring Hermès bath amenities, a glass-enclosed steam and rainforest shower, a hammam, and a Jacuzzi. The entire floor is equipped with cameras, alarm buttons, and bulletproof windows. The Royal Penthouse Suite includes access to a secured private elevator.