Worlds Most Expensive Hotels

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World’s Most Expensive Hotels
If you are anything like me, before deciding to stay at any hotel, I research the heck out of out. Reviews, location, star rating on other websites, cleanliness etc. You say you’re a 4* / 5* but are you really? 
Unfortunately, I don’t have the funds to splash out on extravagant 5* hotels but it is nice looking at them, checking the rooms they have, what they include, do they come with a private butler, which I know some do?!. Like many, I would love to live like the rich and famous and enjoy one of these hotels one day but till then, let’s check out which ones make the world’s most expensive. 

Lover’s Deep – Luxury Submarine Hotel

Yes you read that right, a submarine hotel. The underwater hotel can be moored near the coastal reef off the coast of St Lucia and the cost, a staggering £175,000 per night! Known for an exclusive and luxurious one-of-a-kind experience for its guests that gives a soothing experience of the endless blue seas. The rooms provided are soundproofed so guests can have quality time with each other without being interrupted. It also has an extremely comfortable living room, a mini-bar separately provided in each suite, an en-suite bathroom, and everything can be enjoyed with an imaginary underwater view of the Caribbean Sea and life underwater. You can even enjoy dinner with a view of the corals and fishes passing through the windows. Me, personally, I have watched way too many shark stories, so I think I may give this one a miss (not to mention I don’t exactly have £175 grand laying around.). 

The Palms

Another stunning and very expensive hotel is The Empathy Suite at the Palms. Located in Las Vegas, guests can stay in their very own personally designed masterpiece by renowned artist Damien Hirst. The suite provides 2 king bedrooms, a private pool and a terrace with a two-story floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, along with numerous lounges that can fit around 50 people, massage rooms, a salt relaxation room, a gym (because who doesn’t like to work out on holiday) along with two bathrooms. Oh, I nearly forgot to mention this room has sharks suspended in formaldehyde and it will only cost you £72,976.00 a night to stay. 

Hotel President Wilson

If you are in Switzerland, Geneva and you have around £59,000 for a night to spare, the hotel to spend it on would be The Royal Penthouse in the Hotel President Wilson. Switzerland is a must when looking for the best holiday destinations in Europe and a stay at this hotel allows you to enjoy panoramic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Black as well as 12 bedrooms, 12 bathroom’s and a jacuzzi overlooking the lake. You will also be provided with a 24/7 personal assistant, private chef and butler! You will also have bulletproof glass here, you never know what could happen!  

Ty Warner Penthouse

Ty Warner Penthouse, costing at $45,000 (approx. £32,839.00) a night, it is the most expensive hotel room in North America. The 52-storey hotel offers four cantilevered, glass balconies, being the highest in the world along with panoramic views of New York city. Not only do you get a penthouse filled with a glass balcony, a large library with a 26 foot cathedral ceiling, a baby grand piano and a private spa room with a waterfall wall from ceiling to floor, you also get daily use of a Rolls-Royce and driver. Very extravagant to say the least but hey, I guess you get what you pay for. 
So those were some of the most expensive hotels in the world, there are many more, but I think these hit the top list. 
Which would you stay at? 
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