Hotel Rooms So Expensive You’d Need A Lottery Win For A Single Night.
Most of us dream of traveling the world and learning about different cultures. But as easy or simple as it may seem, it requires planning and money. Most of us working people have budgets and time constraints while the elite can travel luxuriously at a moment's notice.
With the growing number of millionaires in the world, the desire for the having the best of the best keeps on increasing. Today, hotels are making the most money by providing attractive rooms and tempting amenities. Who would not like to enjoy the view overlooking the beautiful skylines and landscapes from your Jacuzzi or private swimming pool? Check out some of the most lavish and exclusive hotel rooms in the world.
Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons New York
The suite at a $45,000 per night offers more than what you will expect. It has four glass balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows for the guests to enjoy wonderful Manhattan views. It also has a Zen room, spa room, art concierge, library, invisible audio system, butler, personal trainer, and a chauffeured Rolls Royce.
Royal Plaza Suite at Plaza Hotel
The Plaza Hotel in New York offers its suite at a price of $30,000 per night. The suite, along with the three lavish bedrooms, provides spectacular views of Manhattan. It also has an entertainment room, a living room with a grand piano, a dining room and a private library.
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Presidential Suite at Grand Hyatt Martinez Cannes
The suite located on Boulevard de la Croisette costs around $41,000 per night. It comes with four bedrooms, two lounge and dining rooms, two studies, two saunas and four bathrooms. The bedrooms are decorated with the original art from luminaries such as Picasso, Matisse and Nicolas de Staël.
Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab
This luxurious suite in Dubai at $22,900 comes with a private butler, a rotating four-poster bed, Jacuzzi and an ultimate bathing experience with Hermes bath products and five-head rain showers. To top it all, it provides the guests with a 24-carat gold plated iPad to use without any charges.
Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort
The posh villa, with a price tag of $40,000 per night, overlooks the magnificent Vegas strip with luxuries that are completely worth the price. It includes a private terrace, a private glass elevator, massage room and dry sauna with a 24-hour butler service. The resort also offers a suite at $25,000 per night that comes with an indoor basketball court.
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