Ever dream of spending more than $80,000 on a hotel stay? What about $83,200 a night?
As the number of millionaires in the world grows in comparison to 20 or 30 years ago, so too does the yearning for the best of the best luxury accommodations made to quell the desires of these richer travelers. Back in the 1990s, five-figure hotel rooms existed, but not nearly as many as there are now, and hotels are clamoring to provide the top rooms and amenities that money can buy.
Imagine overlooking the most beautiful skylines and natural landscapes the world has to offer—all from your own private Jacuzzi or heated swimming pool. Picture yourself sleeping in a different room and luxurious bed each night because there are anywhere from four to 12 of them in your single suite.
Envision a welcome massage coupled with two private saunas ready to provide you with utmost rest and relaxation amenities. And don’t forget the private staff that hangs in the background, ensuring that you have everything you could possibly want and need, from delicious food served at a private dining table fit for 16 to a chauffeured Rolls Royce.
Think these hotels are a little too rich for your blood? Check out these 10 of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world to see for yourself.
Royal Suite At Burj Al Arab
Ringing in at $22,900, this Dubai suite from Burj Al Arab provides Hermes bath products and five-head rain showers to create the ultimate bathroom experience. The suite also features 17 types of pillows, a rotating four-posted bed, full-size Jacuzzis, a private butler and even the free use of a 24-carat gold-plated iPad.
It’s also a sight to be seen with its rich golds, purples and reds that color the room and its exotic features. What’s also unique about Burj Al Arab is its Al Mahara restaurant, which is located under the sea, and the fact that it only offers suites, which go for no less than $2,000 a night.