The most expensive hotel suites in the world are designed to cost a few months' rent in a standard apartment. These hotel suites boast of the highest quality of service anyone can offer, along with some other freebies only catered to the most elite. Here are some of the most expensive hotel suites in the world:
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland. This is Europe's largest suite--it takes up the entire top floor of Hotel President Wilson. Bring 11 of your closest friends and be treated like prince and princesses for a night. For $65,000 a pop, you're sure to get service that's fit for royalty. The suite includes 12 luxury bedrooms, a panoramic terrace, marble baths with Jacuzzi tubs and Hermes bath products, and much more.
Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai, China.China's most expensive hotel suite costs $30,000 a night, and it's located on the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Its features include a 3m wine bar, a fully stocked and equipped kitchen, a luxury private wine cellar, a 50 sq m bathroom complete with Acqua di Parma bathroom amenities, and so much more.
Maharajah's Pavilion Presidential Suite, The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel, Jaipur, India. The hotel itself is one of Jaipur's first royal residences when it was built in 1727, and after being successfully restored, the it became a famous accommodation for royal families all over the world. The Maharajah's Pavilion Presidential Suite, expectedly, is a masterpiece with its highly ornamented walls and furnishings finished with gold leaf foiling and ivory inlay, double-height ceilings, and etc. A night costs $15,000 per stay.
Grand Penthouse at The Mark, NYC. With a price tag of $75,000 a night, it's impossible not to include the Grand Penthouse Suite on this list. Located in the heart of New York City, it offers unparalleled views of the Central Park, and occupies the 16th and 17th floor of The Mark. This hotel suite has everything you could possibly wish for, along with a grand piano! So if you feel like you want to burn a lot of cash for one day, go check in at the Grand Penthouse at The Mark.