Traveling the world is not an inexpensive hobby. Yes, there are a lot of budget-friendly options that tourists can take advantage of to make the most of their experience when traveling as well as saving them a couple of bucks along the way, but let’s just dream for one moment that money was no object, and you had the opportunity to stay in some of the most luxury hotels in the world, places that are normally reserved for the rich and famous, maybe even those of royal caliber. What would that be like?
Well, on this list we are going to find out by looking at 17 of the Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the world, seeing what makes them so special and what it would cost to be able to stay there.
Table of Contents
- 1. Suite Impériale, Ritz Paris, France
- 2. The Two-Story Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA
- 3. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, France
- 4. Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island, Fiji
- 5. Five Bedroom Terrace Suite, The Mark, New York, USA
- 6. The Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France
- 7. Sterling Suite, The Langham, London, UK
- 8. Royal Suite, The Plaza, New York, USA
- 9. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Sardinia, Italy
- 10. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York, USA
- 11. Maharajah Pavilion, Raj Palace, Jaipur, India
- 12. The Grand Riad, The Royal Mansour, Morocco
- 13. Royal Penthouse Suite, Corinthia London Hotel, UK
- 14. John Jacob Astor Estate, The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives
- 15. The Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France
- 16. Jewel Suite by Martin Katz, Lotte New York Palace, USA
- 17. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
- The 17 most expensive hotel suites
1. Suite Impériale, Ritz Paris, France
Only 1 km away from the world-famous Louvre Museum this suite is located in Paris at the 5-star Ritz Hotel. It has a stunning view of the Place Vendôme and was conceived in 1898. According to Vogue Au, the stunningly iconic suite is estimated at $39,510 US per night. The suite is described as being a “classic work of art” as it mirrors the arts and designs that can only be found in famous French museums.
It also has one room that is a complete replica of the Marie-Antoinette bedroom exhibit at the famous Palace of Versailles that promises to transport its guest into true 18th-century luxury and refinement as it is decorated with period furnishings, delicate fabrics, and intricate wallpaper along with exact moldings and scrollwork’s as well as a fireplace in the bathroom that is next to a tub that matches all of the marble designs and finishes. Making this suite a true portal into 18th-century French elegance.
2. The Two-Story Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA
This stunning suite is found in fabulous W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas at the Palms Villa Casino and Resort next to the world-famous Brenden Theater and is only 0.8 miles from the famous Las Vegas strip. It comes with its own personal glass elevator as well as its massive 9000 square foot interior estimates according to Vogue Au at a whopping $45,489 US per night. Not only that but it also boasts a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool, private balconies and terraces, a personal fitness room, and 24-hour personal butler services.
The suite is described as “Jaw-dropping” by Majestic Penthouses and it’s understandable why with the stunning yet modern decorations, mood lighting, and elegant furnishings. It is well known to have been a part-time home to many different famous celebrities when they come to play in Las Vegas and proudly takes hold of the reputation for being one of the most expensive and luxury suites in the world.
3. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, France
This stunning penthouse suite in The Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez has over 7,976 square feet of space and is located in the French Riviera but overlooks the Boulevard de la Croisette and offers stunning views with its 3,122-square-foot terrace. This suite is most famously used by guests attending the annual Cannes Film Festival but it also has a significant reputation due to it being confirmed to have actual works of art by Picasso and Matisse hanging on the walls of the four bedrooms.
According to Vogue Au, this suite is offered at $54,496 US per night making it one of the most expensive and exclusive suites on this list that is only available to the elite of the elite. On the property, guests will also find a 2-Star Michelin restaurant as well as beautiful outdoor pool areas and is just but one of 400 rooms and suites available. Although due to its sheer size and it being the penthouse suite it is the most well-known and sought-after accommodation the hotel has to offer to those guests who not only can afford it but also meets the specific criteria to make them eligible to stay there.
4. Hilltop Estate, Laucala Island, Fiji
According to the Suite Hub, this Hilltop Estate in Fiji is not just any suite, it’s described as a “resort within a resort” that is located on the high hills of the Laucala Island that overlooks all of the other resort areas as well as providing guests with a stunning panoramic view of the entire landscape as well as gardens and the other two villas that occupy the area. It can comfortably hold 6 guests as it has 3 large bedrooms and two stunning bathrooms and is estimated to cost around $58,486 US per night by Vogue AU.
This secluded villa was created as the ultimate and most importantly – a private – get-away destination for the rich and famous who want the ability to relax and rejuvenate in the beautiful island paradise of Fiji. Not only does it offer breathtaking views all around but it also captivates with its luxurious island vibe and decorations that would make the large price point attractive for anyone who is able to afford it.
5. Five Bedroom Terrace Suite, The Mark, New York, USA
This famous suite has always held a reputation for being one of the most elite accommodations in New York and is also known as the largest most expensive suite in North America, but now it is also currently known as the suite where the now British Royal Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, held her royal baby shower. It is around 10,000 square feet and according to Vogue AU, it is estimated to cost at a cool amount of $58,486 US per night, however, according to Robb Report, it can even go as high as $75,000 per night depending on the status of the guest as well as the time of year it is rented.
The main feature – compared to so many others – is the 2500 square foot terrace that allows guests stunning one-of-a-kind views of not only Central Park but the Manhattan Skyline as well. There are 5 bedrooms inside the penthouse with two massive master suites in both the east and the west wings.
It has four fireplaces, wet bars, and two powder rooms as well as a formal dining room that can seat up to 24 guests, a large library/lounge area as well as a fully stocked kitchen – with your own personal butler – and a grand living room with 26-foot ceilings as well as a grand piano in case anyone was feeling like playing (or hiring someone) to play it.
On top of all of that, guests are also granted access to the Bergdorf Goodman – which is a designer clothing store – while they’re staying at the Mark.
6. The Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France
Not only is this suite in this landmark hotel well known for its exclusivity and price point but it has also made several appearances in Hollywood classics such as The Devil Wears Prada and Sex and the City, making this expensive suite a wildly sought after accommodation for the rich and famous when they’re staying in Paris. According to Grand Luxury Hotels, this suite has some of the best – if not the best – views of the beautiful and culturally significant sites of Paris.
It is a mere 5-minute walk away from the Alma-Marceau metro station or another 7 minutes walk away from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées putting it in the prime location for anyone wanting to experience Paris in all of its glory. Vouge Au has estimated this suite to cost around $39,959 US per night. The delicate and beautiful decorations make this suite a fan favorite for guests as it speaks volumes to the wonderful style and elegance of French designers, making it a truly luxurious experience.
7. Sterling Suite, The Langham, London, UK
The Langham Hotel in London revealed its most impressive addition to its iconic structure after months of renovations and changes and has dubbed it – The Sterling Suite. This super-exclusive suite is perfect for A-list celebrities or traveling dignitaries as it was created with the idea in mind to be separated from the main hotel to provide private and secure access to its guests. It not only has a private elevator but also offers exclusive access to its very own lobby area and is said to have extensive entry control protocols in place to guarantee privacy for its guests.
The penthouse is said to be around 10,00 square feet and can host up to 12 guests with its six large bedrooms. It is decorated with a mixture of classic elegance as well as having a modern twist with its intricate details and furnishings. Vogue AU estimates this suite to begin at $38,991 per night however that is subject to change depending on the number of guests as well as the added entry protocols needed based on their status and privacy needs.
8. Royal Suite, The Plaza, New York, USA
With views overlooking the famous Pulitzer Fountain as well as Fifth Avenue, The Plaza’s Royal Suite is the perfect option for travellers looking to experience New York in style. The large 4,500 square feet 3 bedroom suite – each with its own bathroom – offers an “extraordinary experience” according to The Plazany.
Not only does it offer all of the basic necessities that a grand suite can offer but it is also well known for its beautifully crafted mosaic floors and walls, as well as the 24-carat gold fixtures in the master bathroom. This suite screams elegance and luxury and according to Vogue AU, is estimated to cost at $38,991 US per night, starting price.
9. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Sardinia, Italy
This beautiful suite is located in the picturesque beachfront property of Porto Cervo in Sardinia. Not only is the hotel itself a fan favorite with celebrities and international jet setters but this suite, in particular, is the prize jewel of the 100 rooms available in the hotel.
It is described by Robb Report as being decorated in a “colorful and whimsical fashion with nods to Sardinian artisan craft traditions” and is around 2,700 square feet of heaven that has three bedrooms each with its own bathroom as well as hot tubs and two living rooms with a private gym, a steam room and a solarium.
There are also multiple balconies, a huge private swimming pool as well as an alfresco dining area large enough to comfortably seat eight guests. Vogue AU has estimated this suite to start at around $53,517 US per night depending on how many guests will make use of the private suite making it one of the most exclusive and expensive suites on this list.
10. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York, USA
Providing its guests with wow-inspiring and unobstructed views of both the New York Skyline and Central park this 4,300 Square foot apartment on the 52nd floor – and is the only suite on the 52nd floor – of the Four Seasons hotel in Manhattan is surely one that not only screams luxury and elegance but exclusivity as well. According to FMS, this suite had a total construction cost of $50 Million and is seen as the most expensive (per night) suite in America.
All of the furniture in the suite is described as being custom made and one of a kind – as well as having some rare pieces as well – and is also said to be of the highest quality which offers potential guests one of the finest and most expensive living experiences.
Not only is the Four Seasons in Manhattan one of the most famous hotels but it also boasts its reputation for being a landmark in New York. The starting estimate, according to Vogue AU, for this suite is $64,985 per night however, as with many of the other places mentioned on this list, it is subject to change depending on how many people are staying there as well as their various needs when it comes to extra amenities or personal preferences.
However, when taking into consideration all that this suite has to offer it’s no wonder that it is so incredibly exclusive and only available to guests with high-ranking statuses.
11. Maharajah Pavilion, Raj Palace, Jaipur, India
The Maharajah’s Pavilion is made up of four floors, all decorated in the most regal and carefully picked finest antique Indian furnishings it is no wonder that this suite is made for royalty. Not only does it have its own private lobby but it is recorded as the only available to rent accommodation in the world with its own private museum right there inside it. It is said to be the home of the previous throne of Thakur Sahib as well as also having been their host once where they stayed on the second floor.
That is also where you will be able to gain access to view the incredible Charbagh gardens. The third floor consists of a private library, a large dining room, a fully furnished kitchen as well as a second bedroom. The fourth floor consists of a private spa and bedroom, a private bar and lounge, as well as a swimming pool and jacuzzi on the large terrace. According to Vogue AU, this incredibly exclusive and private four-floor home away from home is estimated to start at a staggering $84,480 US per night making it the second most expensive hotel suites on their list.
12. The Grand Riad, The Royal Mansour, Morocco
Experience life as a true Moroccan royal by staying in this beautiful suite located in the old city of Marrakech. Decorated with the idea to transport its guest back in time they make use of carefully selected furnishings with intricate designs and patterns.
According to Highsnobiety, the suite will cost around $43,480 US per night as guests are immersed in Moroccan culture and history during their stay. The suite hosts up to eight guests comfortably, has multiple beautifully crafted marble bathrooms as well as a stunning living area and fully stocked kitchen. Along with a spa room, fitness facilities, and personal bar, the suite also offers stunning views that are said to rival those of the Koutoubia Mosque tower itself.
13. Royal Penthouse Suite, Corinthia London Hotel, UK
The suite made for absolute Royalty as described by its name offers to quest a full 180-degree panoramic view of the city of London when standing on the outside rooftop terrace. On the inside, the two-story suite is decorated with royalty in mind with its palatial theme as every item was hand-picked and placed to add to the glorious feeling of experiencing true sophistication and majesty.
It has its own private elevator to add to its exclusivity and privacy that opens directly into the suite’s entrance hall. It also has a large living space as well as a unique oval-shaped dining room that will comfortably entertain ten guests. Not only does it also come with a private spa, but there is also a hidden den that leads to the butler’s kitchen (butler included) as well as a walk-in wine cellar.
According to Vogue AU, this incredibly exclusive suite is estimated to start at around $36,391 US per night although, again, it might be subject to change when external factors are considered.
14. John Jacob Astor Estate, The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives
A scene of stunning overwater villas – that is only accessible by seaplanes from the Velana International Airport – is waiting for potential travelers on the luxury island resort in the Laccadive Sea at Dhaalu Atoll. The John Jacob Astor Estate is a resort on its own private island and is truly the ultimate escape from life with its panoramic views of nothing but pure tropical bliss as far as the eyes can see.
It has everything you will need to make this experience the most glamorous and sophisticated one. Vogue AU states that this exclusive resort experience begins at $34,078 per night where guests can enjoy the Iridium Spa – “the first-ever overwater hydrotherapy blue hole pool in the Maldives”, according to FROSCH.
15. The Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France
Boasting with its Parisian style, this suite is decorated with the most luxurious decorations and finishes that truly inspire the feeling of “Paris je t’aime”. Gracing its guests with stunning views of the City of Lights as well as the Eiffel Tower from your very own private terrace it is no wonder that this suite continues to enjoy the reputation of one of the most exclusive and expensive suites in Paris.
Everything about this suite was set up with a loving and thoughtful touch to ensure that guests not only have everything that they need but so much more than they didn’t even know they wanted. With stunning black mirrors that carefully hide televisions to beautiful marble mosaic walls and floor fixtures as well as walls decorated in luxury fabrics by Lelièvre. This stunningly elegant suite is estimated to range from a starting price of $32,622 US per night, according to Vogue AU.
16. Jewel Suite by Martin Katz, Lotte New York Palace, USA
This suite was created with the idea and aesthetic of its given name – The Jewel Suite. It is 5,000 square feet of absolute heavy with each detail carefully crafted by its collaborating designer Martin Katz. Its goal was to capture the style and glamour of the early 20th century by using elements of Art Deco styles and aesthetics that include the outstandingly beautiful two-story crystal chandelier as well as various other creations by the designer that is valued at more than $1.5 million US.
The cost per night, according to Vogue AU is estimated to start at $32,492. They offer full service around the clock as well as extra necessities upon request by the guests staying true to their promise of offering a quality experience based on excellence.
17. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
According to both The Lonely Planet and Vogue AU, this is the most expensive suite in the world with an estimated starting price of an unbelievable $103,976 US per night. It is most famous – apart from the price of rental – to be the biggest suite in Europe at 1,680 square meters and has a surprisingly large amount of high-profile celebs as well as heads of state that have stayed there even at its high cost.
Seeing as it is the penthouse it is of course located on the very top floor of the hotel, but what makes it special is the complete wraparound terrace that gives the guest a pure unobstructed and breath-taking panoramic view of their stunning surroundings of the Geneva Lake even adding a unique spin of placing a telescope on the balcony for guests to be able to stargaze at night.
The large suite has 12 bedrooms all immaculately furnished and even brags with its superiority by having Hermès bath products in each marble bathroom as well as a window-facing jacuzzi. The suite also comes with a private chef and chauffeur that are available to guests 24/7 as well as a fitness center, entertainment room as well as the world’s largest TV in the cinema-style room. The list goes on and on with this suite and its staff offering the most glamorize and luxurious experience of any traveler’s life.
The 17 most expensive hotel suites
So here in all of their out-of-this-world glory, are 17 of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. They give “Travelling in style” a whole new meaning and one can only hope to one day be lucky enough to be able to visit them.