Seven ridiculously expensive hotel suites around the world

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Unless you’re visiting Moscow in the dead of winter or Palm Springs in mid-August, you’ll pay a pretty dime if you opt for an upscale stay. But there is expensive, and then there is ridiculously expensive. These accommodations belong to the latter category. From a royal location in Abu Dhabi to a presidential pad in Las Vegas, here are seven hotels with some of the most expensive suites in the world.

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi

This 377-room luxury property is considered by many to be the most exclusive Hotel in Abu Dhabi. Located a short drive from the city center, the property feels removed from the hustle and bustle, but is still close to the tourist attractions of Saadiyat Island. Guests enjoy personal butler service and have access to a private white sand beach. Amenities are beautiful and expansive, and include a spa with mosaic-tiled hot tubs, four restaurants, and four outdoor pools. The bedrooms are large and all have a balcony with a wonderful view. The most elaborate suite here is the Royal Suite, which can cost around $ 35,000 / night.

The Westin Excelsior, Rome

This Beaux-Arts property has occupied prime space on the famous Via Veneto since 1906 and was made famous by Federico Fellini’s film La Dolce Vita in 1960. The Elegant Hotel, rebranded by Westin several years ago, has hosted celebrities and statesmen, and also has the distinction of having the largest suite in Europe, the nearly 12,000 square foot Villa La Cupola, which costs about $ 30,000 per night.

Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul

the Shangri-La Bosphorus is a top notch luxury hotel where the Shangri-La Suite could cost you $ 20,000 or more per night. Housed in a former waterfront warehouse on the European side of the Bosphorus, interiors are particularly lavish and rooms are among the largest in the city. The dining options and leisure facilities are also top notch and the in-room technology such as television mirrors impresses.

Four Seasons New York

The 368 rooms Four Seasons in Midtown East has all the luxury essentials: elegant reception in the lobby, a fine spa and fitness center, and some of the largest guest rooms in town. The most luxurious accommodation option is the Ty Warner Penthouse, which sadly costs around $ 45,000 / night.

Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris

208 luxury rooms Hotel Plaza Athénée Adopt classic Parisian or glitzy Art Deco style. The Christian Dior spa, five restaurants supervised by Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse and event spaces inspired by haute couture distinguish this property on Avenue Montaigne from the lot. But it’s the little touches – like the cool orchids in the marble interiors, the pillow and linen menus, and the personalized minibars – that make the property memorable. And if you book the Royal Suite, with a cost per night of around $ 27,000, you’ll truly be living the high life.

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Presenting itself as “the most luxurious hotel in the world”, Burj-al-Arab is a destination in itself. Located just off the coast of Dubai on an independent island, visitors can access the estate over afternoon tea or dining at one of the seven restaurants. Almost every aspect of the property is meant to evoke extreme decadence, from the butler assigned to each of the 60 floors, to the 24-karat gold iPads in the two-story suites. Here, the Royal Suite costs around $ 24,000 / night.

Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, Las Vegas

Room 5 030 Venetian is a huge, extravagant tribute to a place far from the desert, complete with gondola rides and a replica of St. Mark’s Square. Compared to other Vegas themed properties, the Venetian stands out with huge rooms, a world-class spa, and plenty of top-notch restaurants. Occupying three floors, the Penthouse Suite can cost guests an average of $ 25,000 / night; I hope they win big at the slots!

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