The world’s most expensive hotel suites – including £ 129,000 per night submarine

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While most of us are used to budget vacations, there are people who shell out thousands of dollars for a single luxury night.

Merchant cash advance revealed the most expensive hotels in the world, with one costing £ 129,561 a night.

From an underwater submarine hotel in St. Lucia to luxury hotels in Las Vegas, the pricey cushions on this list have it all.

Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine – £ 129,561

St. LUCIA

At £ 129,561 (USD 175,000) a night, Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine Hotel in Saint Lucia wins the title of most expensive hotel in the world.



Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine Hotel is the most expensive in the world

This 5 star accommodation is under the waves where you will stay in a submarine. The luxury doesn’t end there, as it includes a private captain, chef, and butler.

Guests also have access to helicopter transfers, beach landings, and champagne-soaked breakfasts.

The submarine can navigate the Caribbean at the request of the guests or you can modify the trip to suit your own preferences.



The submarine can be sailed in the Caribbean
The submarine can be sailed in the Caribbean

Palms Casino Resort Empathy Suite – £ 74,035

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Empathy Suite at The Palms, Las Vegas, is the second most expensive hotel room in the world, at £ 74,035 ($ 100,000) a night.

With a two-night minimum stay, the suite is located on the upper floors of the 40-story Palms Casino Resort, overlooking the twinkling lights of the Las Vegas Strip.

Your money will get you two master bedrooms, massage tables, a cantilever jacuzzi, a salt relaxation room, and a private tour of the property’s art collection and amenities.



Here you have a view of the twinkling lights of the Las Vegas Strip
Here you have a view of the twinkling lights of the Las Vegas Strip

President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite Hotel – £ 59,228

Geneva, Switzerland

The President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite hotel in Switzerland is located on the entire top floor of the hotel, offering a panoramic terrace with a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva.

Priced at £ 59,228 (USD 80,000) a night, the wrap-around terrace is equipped with a telescope for stargazing on a clear day.

The two master bedrooms have a large dressing room and a marble bathroom with jacuzzi facing the lake.

There is also a private gym, chef and driver available to you at all times.



Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite offers a view of Lake Geneva
Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite offers a view of Lake Geneva

The Mark Penthouse, The Mark Hotel – £ 55,526

Manhattan, New York

The Mark Hotels Large Penthouse is the largest hotel suite penthouse in the United States, covering a massive 10,000 square feet.

For £ 55,526 (USD 75,000) a night, you can enjoy a spacious penthouse spread over the top two floors of the hotel with panoramic views of Central Park.

You will have access to five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two bars, two powder rooms and a large open concept living room.

What’s even more incredible than that is the fact that the living room can be transformed into a full-size ballroom.



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It is the largest sequel in the United States

Laucala Island Resort Hilltop Estate – £ 45,311

Fiji

This luxurious villa is set in the lush green hills of Laucala Island in the Fiji Archipelago and will set you back £ 45,311 ($ 61,142) per night.

You must apply for approval to stay here via a request submitted to the owner, Dietrick Mateschitz, who also owns Red Bull.

The estate is home to a panoramic pool landscape, two spacious guest residences and special services such as a private cook, driver and private nanny.



This luxurious villa is located in the lush green hills of Laucala Island
This luxurious villa is located in the lush green hills of Laucala Island

Four Seasons Hotel – £ 44,465

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas is attached to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and charges guests £ 44,465 ($ 60,000) per night.

This Five Diamond rated hotel enjoys a prime location on the Las Vegas Strip and features floor-to-ceiling windows with mountain or street views.

This art deco-style luxury hotel offers marble bathrooms and the choice of an Italian restaurant or an upscale steakhouse and cocktail bar. If that weren’t enough, there’s also an outdoor pool, waterfront bar, and spa.



Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas charges guests £ 44,465 per night
Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas charges guests £ 44,465 per night

Grand Hyatt Cannes Martinez Hotel – £39,277

Cannes, France

Located in Cannes, France, the Hotel Martinez is one of the best known seaside resorts on the French Riviera.

For your £ 39,277 ($ 53,000 USD) per night, you can expect to enjoy breathtaking panoramic ocean views from your own private wood-paneled panoramic terrace.

Part of its exclusive features include access to a personal jacuzzi overlooking the bay of Cannes.

You’ll also have king-size beds in each of the four bedrooms, a separate living and dining area, marble bathrooms, and a Turkish bath.



The Hotel Martinez is one of the most famous seaside resorts on the Côte d'Azur
The Hotel Martinez is one of the most famous seaside resorts on the Côte d’Azur


This is marketed as the world's first underwater hotel suite
This is marketed as the world’s first underwater hotel suite

The Muraka suite, Le Conrad – £ 37,054

Maldives

The Muraka suite is located in the Maldives at Conrad and is marketed as the world’s first underwater hotel suite.

Priced at £ 37,054 ($ 50,000) a night, the hotel is two stories tall, with the lower floor about 16 feet below the Indian Ocean.

Here you can live the luxury lifestyle, with access to a private chef, bar, gym, butler, and infinity pool. Don’t get too far ahead though, as there is a four night minimum stay requirement.

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