Surrounded by amazing bodies of water enjoyed not only by travellers but of marine biologists and surfers, Australia will always be a part of most travel bucket list. With a land area of 7.692 million kilometers, it is with no doubt as to why is a whole continent in itself. Australia also home to some of the most expensive hotel suites every traveller should try to check in at least once in their life. Here are five of the most expensive hotel suites in Australia.

The Chairman's Villa, Crown Towers Melbourne - $21,000 per night- Spanning 1090 square metres, the villa is as opulent, luxurious and decadent as its moniker suggests. Boasting a private gym, massage parlour, custom-made bed and a dedicated team of butlers you might never want to leave. 

SYDNEY SUITE, PARK HYATT SYDNEY - $18,000 A NIGHT- With its 93sq m outdoor terrace offering almost 360-degree views of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and Bridge, the Park Hyatt's premier suite's location is hard to beat. The palatial 350sq m, fourth-floor, two-bedroom apartment has a dining room for eight, spa bath, dry sauna and steam room. There's also al fresco dining for eight on the terrace, and a 24-hour butler service. See

QLD: Owner's Penthouse, One&Only Hayman Island - $12,000 per night- Boasting three bedrooms, three bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling beach-facing windows, and a full wrap-around balcony, this penthouse is simply breathtaking. According to, guests in the owner's penthouse are treated to an on-call butler's service, and can even have their luggage unpacked and re-packed for them when they leave for the duration of their stay.

SHERATON MELBOURNE PENTHOUSE - $7000 A NIGHT- Sitting on the 31st floor with sweeping views of Melbourne's city skyline, the Sheraton Melbourne's newly unveiled 261sq m Penthouse suite overlooks Victoria's Parliament House and the MCG. According to, the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom suite has a dining room for 10, a study/massage room, wine cellar fridge and 40-inch TVs in each bedroom. Its open terrace is said to be one of Melbourne's best spots to view sunsets and the city lights. See

TAS: Private pavilions at Saffire Freycinet - $2800 per night- A stone's throw from the world-famous Wineglass Bay, the 140-square-metre pavilions boast in-suite kitchens with the option of having meals - from à la carte to degustation - prepared by a private chef. But the real show-stopper is the private courtyard - because of the glimmering plunge pool of your very own in the middle of it.