World’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

For most of us, visiting a swanky hotel room is a treat for a birthday, a holiday or a special occasion. The whole experience of being in a hotel takes you away from everyday life, even if it’s just for a night. You can spend hours sat on the bed in your fluffy robe watching TV and eating food completely guilt free – who wouldn’t want that? Although the price may be a little out of reach, we have put together a collection of the world’s most expensive hotel rooms, because it’s nice to dream sometimes, isn’t it?

The Connaught – The Apartment – London – £16,800 per night
The top floor of the Connaught Hotel is where you will find The Apartment. Flooded with natural light, this spacious top floor feels surprisingly homely thanks to the soft blue colours and furnishings that have been selected by interior designer, David Collins. A Connaught chef is available to cook for up to 8 people in the suite and there is a butler on hand 24/7 to cater to your every need! If that wasn’t enough, the Apartment also offers your very own barman and personal trainer – wow!

The-Connaught

 

Hotel Principe di Savoia – Presidential Suite – Milan £12,259 per night
Being the only hotel room in Milan to have its own private swimming pool, you just know this is a special place! Some of the famous faces that have stayed here are George W.Bush, Queen Elizabeth II and George Clooney and well if it’s good enough for them; it’s definitely good enough for us! It comes with three bedrooms and a fully furnished kitchen and dining room along with fireplaces, a library, piano and huge windows that open onto a terrace overlooking the roofs of Milan.

Hotel-Principe-di-Savoia

 

The Atlantis Resort – Bridge Suite – Bahamas – £15,685 per night
This room offers absolutely spectacular views and has 12-foot ceilings throughout with full length windows to ensure you never feel short of space. With ten rooms to choose from, all offering unique facilities including a grand piano, twin entertainment centres and a dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier you will certainly be very happy here! The suite also offers 7 members of staff to cater to your every need throughout your stay.

The-Atlantis-Resort

 

Four Seasons George V – The Penthouse – Paris – £16,182 per night
The view of the Eiffel Tower from your own private terrace? Um, yes please! This Penthouse suite offers a soft Parisian feel that you just won’t find anywhere else. With crystal glassware, a plasma-screen hidden behind a black mirror and marble mosaic floors, this space certainly has it all and it is done in such an elegant way.

Four-Seasons-George-VIf you had the chance to stay in one of these incredible suites, which would it be? Let us know on our Facebook or Twitter page!

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