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Here is a list of the Top 5 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in the World. I don't like categorizing or putting labels on people but for this article I'm going too. I am not going to say all of us but the vast majority of us wish we were an actor, singer, professional athlete or CEO of a Fortune 500 company. The one thing at the end of those wishes; the thing that drives us to be in the public eye or have power is MONEY. We work hard every day to survive and indulge in life's little pleasures, whether it's driving a nice car, wearing "name-brand" clothes or eating at fancy restaurants but sometimes we wish we had more; and that's the reason we are so intrigued with "WEALTHY PEOPLE".
We hear in the news or read online that "so & so; so" celebrity spent $200,000 at the bar during his birthday party and we always say, "I don't care how much money I have, I would never do that", you are probably right. I'm going to build you up right now then burst your bubble so please don't hold against me. The reality is, we can eat where they eat and most importantly, we can vacation where they vacation. The top celebrity travel destinations are Hawaii, France, Cabo San Lucas and the Caribbean; there are affordable vacation deals to all of these places. Here's where I burst your bubble….. But can we stay where they stay or would we if we could?? It goes back to the $200,000 bar tab. Here is a list of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world; you might want to brace yourself for some of these prices. Would you if you could? These are in US DOLLARS.
#5 – The Bridge Suite at the Atlantis,Paradise Island, Bahamas:$25,000 a night,
Just as Atlantis Paradise Island is the premier luxury resort destination in the Bahamas, the Bridge Suite is Royal Tower's premiere accommodation. Royal Towers Bridge Suites offer guests spectacular views and ten sumptuous rooms full of unique amenities—including a 1,250-square-foot living room with a grand piano and twin entertainment centers, a dining room capped with a 22-karat gold chandelier and truly spacious bedrooms. The suites have 12-foot ceilings throughout with full length windows looking out from the bridge spanning Royal Towers' 23rd floor. Bridge Suites also offer vacationers a permanent staff of seven, who access the rooms via a private entrance.
#4 – The Ty Warner PenthouseManhattan, New York.$34,000 a night
With cantilevered glass balconies and floor-to-ceiling bay windows, the Ty Warner Penthouse offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of all Manhattan. Penthouse guests enjoy amenities as impressive as their quarters: TVs programmed for every channel worldwide, unlimited global telephone calling, the services of both a personal butler and a personal trainer/therapist, and a private chauffeur for unlimited travel during your stay in your choice of a Rolls Royce Phantom or a Mercedes Maybach. Covering the entire top floor of the Hotel, the nine-room Ty Warner Penthouse is accessed by its own private elevator. Let's not forget about the library, private spa room and indoor-outdoor Zen garden with a waterfall that overlooks downtown Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
#3 – Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at The Palms Resort and Casino,Las Vegas, Nevada. $40,000 a night
Resting high atop the Palms Fantasy Tower, the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa offers an extraordinary style of living. Upon exiting your private glass enclosed elevator, you'll witness over 9,000 square feet of exclusive amenities including pop up plasma TVs, fully-equipped gym with sauna and spa-style treatment room, media room, full bar and eight-foot round rotating bed. Invite 250 of your closest playmates and end the night in your private outdoor, cantilevered Playboy Jacuzzi pool with glass end wall overlooking the Strip below.
#2 – The Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece . $50,000 a night
This amazing villa consists of two master bedrooms, spacious living room and butler's quarters with a separate entrance. Additionally a separate bar area and a fully equipped kitchen and BBQ facilities by the outdoor heated pool. If it's raining outside or just to cold, enjoy the impressive indoor heated pool with fully equipped gym and steam bath. Guests that book at the Royal Villa have the exclusive benefit of flying to Athens in a private jet from all European Airports, courtesy of the hotel.
#1 – Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel,Geneva, Switzerland. $65,000 a night
The Hotel President Wilson remains an incomparable destination in the heart of Geneva. The choice of many dignified authorities, this elegant hotel offers a world of unique privileges. Just steps away from one of the city's most beautiful parks and close to the main international organizations and chic boutiques. Take an enchanting stroll along Lake Geneva and experience an elegant combination of a distinguished location and modern architecture.
The guests reach this floor by a private elevator that is specially meant for the guests who stay there. The suite consists of four bedrooms, six bathrooms with mosaic marble floor, a cocktail lounge to invite around 40 guests for a party and it has a view of a water fountain, a large mahogany table can seat 26 guests and a terrace with a spectacular view through the bulletproof windows of the picturesque city of Geneva.
Would you if you could or is it another one of those, "I don't care how much money I have, I would never do that" moments?
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