If you were to splurge on a weekend getaway and there will be no issues about staying in an extravagant hotel, will you fall for it? In case you will, here are some of the most expensive hotels in the world.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai
This five-star but seven-star rated hotel when it comes to service is the most expensive hotel rates in Dubai. With a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce you can ride from the airport going to the hotel, 17 types of pillows to choose from, rooms glittering with gold, computer and gold-plated iPod in every room, what more can one asks for? This nautical-shaped luxurious hotel has 220 duplex suites, a helipad, a Sky View Bar and an illuminated lobby.
A gigantic aquarium filled with different marine species is the main attraction in the restaurant, found at the center. The suite-only accommodation hotel offers discreet check-in, personal butlers and a private reception on every floor. The most expensive room, The Royal Suite is 780 square meters and costs $18,716 per night.
Grand Resort Lagonissi in Greece
Located in a private peninsula in the Athenian Riviera, this 5-star resort has villas, penthouse suites, and bungalows, all of which are luxurious. The Grand Resort has 10 restaurants which offers Greek and international cuisine. For a fabulous experience, the resort offers world-class facilities and impeccable services, from custom-concierge to travel arrangements. One of the suites is priced at $35,000 per night.
Ty Warner Penthouse in the United States
Where else will the most expensive hotel be located in America but in the Big Apple. This 400-square meter palatial suite in New York standards has a 360-degree panoramic view. It has a private elevator, a personal trainer, art concierge and a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce and a 24-hour butler. Rate is at $50,000.