THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOTEL SUITES IN THE WORLD

Hotel suites can be expensive. And we all splurge a little on extra luxuries while on vacation. But even our wildest fantasies probably can’t imagine spending a yearly income on just one night at a hotel – no matter how nice. There’s luxury, and then there’s luxury, beyond us mere mortals.

Here are some of the world’s most expensive hotel suites.

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1: The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

From $88,000 a night

For the security-conscious, or the merely paranoid, there’s nowhere better to stay than the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson Hotel, which has panoramic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc.

With bulletproof doors and windows, it’s the perfect safehouse for visiting heads of state, or privacy-conscious celebs.Taking up the entire top floor of the hotel, the suite has its own private elevator to whisk guests to an apartment with 12 rooms, which hold a Steinway grand piano, billiard room, library and private fitness center.

After all, some of its patrons have included Rihanna, Bill Clinton and Bill Gates, so if it’s good enough for them then it must be something more than just a little special!

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2: Maharajah’s Pavilion at Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India

From $60,000 a night

This positively palatial suite was a former Maharaja’s residence. At nearly 1,500 square meters, the suite is one of the biggest in Asia, and comprises a four-floor apartment lavishly decorated in gold leaf, stucco, ivory and mirror work.

With a private roof terrace and swimming pool offering panoramic views of the pink city of Jaipur, and its own private museum, there seems little reason to leave.

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3: Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons New York, America

From $56,000 a night

Sitting pretty on the 52nd floor, this 4,300-square-foot suite features a 360-degree view of Manhattan. It has cathedral ceilings, diamond skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows, offering the greatest luxury in the city: space. Inside the dressing room, walls are decorated with soft calfskin leather. This lavish suite comes with a 24-hour personal butler, personal trainer, and Rolls-Royce chauffeur.

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4: Hilltop Estate at Laucala Island Resort, Fiji

From $52,000 a night

Dietrich Mateschitz – the billionaire who co-founded the Red Bull empire – is the owner of this incredible resort. Guests are only permitted to stay if they have been referred or invited, so it is a truly exclusive experience. This is one of those cases where the estate offers everything you could possibly need, want and imagine; a private nanny, a 72-hole golf course, a top-notch spa and a horse riding school are just a few examples of the facilities. All of this does come at a fairly hefty cost – no less than $52,000 per night!

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5: Penthouse Suite at the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, France

From $50,000 a night

If you want to combine penthouse living and views of the Côte d’Azur, then this is the only way you can do it. However, at $50,000 per night, it’ll cost you! Aside from the stunning views, a stay at this hotel will provide guests with five star cuisine, a private butler and silk furniture. It’s pure luxury! While the suite will set you back a cool $50,000 most of the year, rates nearly double when the city plays host to swarms of A-listers for its annual film festival.

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