Home ART & DESIGN ARTICLES 9 Worldwide Most Luxurious Hotels

9 Worldwide Most Luxurious Hotels


Most Luxurious Hotels

The most expensive hotels in the world are extremely extravagant. Even if flying in a first class and five star hotels are not an option for many of us, it is still interesting to see how the rich live. We present you 9 most expensive and most luxurious hotels in the world.

Burj Al Arab, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

Burj Al Arab is one of the most recognizable and most famous luxurious hotels around the world. The average price to rent a room is 1,611 dollars per night, but also the cost can reach up to $ 5,000 per night. One of the best things about the Burj Al Arab is his appearance. Reception on each floor, a team of highly trained butlers, you will simply get the best possible treatment during your stay.

image credit to tourist-destinations.com


image credit to ipadwallsdepot.com

image credit to dailymail.co.uk

Le Dune, Forte Village Resort, Sardinia, Italy

This is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world located in Sardinia, Italy. Seaside resort is built on one of the best landscape locations on Earth. You pay $ 2,500 per night and get luxury as you have not met until now, idyllic views of the Mediterranean and access to all resort services.

image credit to sardegna.com

The Mansion at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, USA

Designed by Italian high fashion, residence MGM Grand is located in Las Vegas. The hotel prides itself on its exclusivity and privacy. The prices are very high – the price of a room is about $ 5,000 per night. The design and decor are breathtaking and the staff at this hotel is truly remarkable.

Royal Mansour Hotel, Marrakech, Morocco

If you ever leave to Marrakech and you have $ 2,000 extra in your pocket to spend, use them to spend a night in this hotel. $ 2,000 is the average of the whole apartment per night. The hotel is styled according to traditional Moroccan architecture and is very hospitable. Every detail is the epitome of luxury and elegance.

The St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora

Located on Bora Bora, French Polynesia this luxury hotel offers the most exclusive accommodation and services. Resort boasts a wide range of apartments, villas that are either over water or on land. The average price is around $ 1,500 per night. Beaches with white sand, clear water, variety of different marine animals and jungle-covered mountains, this resort is one of the most luxurious and most romantic places in the world.

Hotel Le Bristol, Paris, France

Hotel Le Bristol is one of the most expensive hotels in the world. The price of a room is about $ 1,000 and can reach up to $ 10,000 for the luxury suites. Hotel Le Bristol has something to offer everyone. Pool which is made of teak wood and glass leading to huge solarium with a view on Paris.

The Wakaya Club & Spa, Fiji

This resort is located on a private island in Fiji and boasts the unusual nature and picturesque landscapes that may play a major role in room rates. The average price of a room per night is around $ 2,400 but can be as high as 7,600 dollars for the royal suite. Prices are all inclusive.

The Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece

People say that if this hotel does not impress you, then nothing in the world will not impress you! Each apartment comes with an amazing panoramic view and you can lie in the bath and enjoy the sunset, because bathrooms have remote control blinds. Top of that, it includes only for you private chef and butler which are available at any time. But to stay in the royal villa will cost around 48,000 dollars.

The Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

One of the most expensive hotels in the world, President Wilson offered massive Royal Penthouse of 1195 square meters which has 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. It also has a grand hall for party for more than 35 people. No need to worry about your safety because the penthouse is equipped with bullet-proof windows. The average price is around $ 31,000 per night.

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS



Leave a Reply