The 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites In The World (Part I)

If you’re headed on a vacation, you’ll naturally want the best of the best. We present the 10 most expensive hotel suites around the world.

10. Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai


The two-bedroom Presidential Suite costs from US$26,000 per night and occupies most of the 25th floor of the hotel. There is a private wine bar and cellar, a 50sqm bathroom, and two private gardens with amazing views of the city. The suite’s 4.8m ceilings make the view all the more appealing. Bill Murray, Henry Cavill and Ha Ji Won have graced the hotel with their presence.

9. The Royal Plaza Suite In New York’s Plaza Hotel


The 4,490sqm Royal Plaza Suite has three bedrooms and bathrooms, and also made a guest appearance in the second Home Alone movie. It costs US$30,000 a night to stay, and includes fantastic views of the Pulitzer Fountain, the Fifth Avenue, and the rest of Manhattan. The room was made to look like the French court of Louis XV, although there are modern touches like an entertainment room, internet access, flat screen TVs and iPads.

Other in-room amenities include a private library with selected books by luxury book publisher Prosper Assouline, a dining room that seats up to 12 people, and a living room with a grand piano. En-suite baths also have 24-carat gold plated Sherle Wagner fixtures–a nice touch.

8. Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, France


The Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez is known for hosting celebrities who come in droves during the Cannes Film Festival every year. Its Penthouse Suite, which costs about US$37,500 a night, has view of the Bay of Cannes (naturally), the hotel’s private beach, which is the largest in Cannes, as well as the Boulebard de la Croisette. Model Doutzen Kroes was spotted at the hotel this year, during the film festival.

7. The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas


Named after the Playboy founder, the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas costs US$40,000 per night to stay in. It’s two storeys high, and has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms. There is a cantilevered pool enclosed with glass, as well as massage rooms, private terraces, and a 24h butler service.

6. The Estate Owner’s Suite At The Laucala Island Resort


There is nothing better than staying at the estate owner’s suite of Fiji’s Laucala Island Resort–it comes with a catch as one has to submit an application just to stay there. It’s well worth the money as it includes the gourmet food, horseback riding along the beach, champagne, and a massage at the spa. Oprah Winfrey and Elle Mcpherson have stayed here.

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