The Most expensive hotel suites in the world

Splurging on a vacation during the year is one of the luxuries in life that will never get old, especially if you can afford to splash out on an amazing hotel room or suite for the duration of your stay. 

If you’re looking for somewhere spectacular to stay during your next vacation, we have put together a short guide that includes three of the most expensive hotel suites in the world, and they are worth every penny!

Underwater Suite, Atlantis, The Palm – Dubai

Atlantis, The Palm 

Guests will wake up to views of the Ambassador Lagoon, which contains the ancient ruins of the mythical lost city of Atlantis, and an amazing 65,000 marine inhabitants. Both the bedroom and the bathroom have floor to ceiling windows boasting these views, ensuring uninterrupted views.

What’s more, guests can enjoy unlimited access to the resort's amazing attractions, one of which is the resort’s very own aquarium. Likewise, guests can take advantage of the many exciting events happening every month – the latest being the celebration of Finding Dory!

Price: approximately AED 20 000 per night ($5,445.21).


The Apartment, Connaught Hotel – London

Designed by David Collins (a world-renowned designer), The Apartment at Connaught Hotel in London has two bedrooms and is outfitted with a collection of specially made furniture.

The stunning penthouse features a luxurious living room and has a wrap-around balcony with topiary that boasts panoramic views of the city below. Additionally, the apartment offers a private butler and menus designed by chef Helene Darroze (a Michelin-starred chef).  

Price: $23,500 per night.


The Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson – Geneva

The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is the most expensive hotel suite in the world. It includes twelve bedrooms, each which includes an en-suite bathroom. 

Additionally, the suite includes a private elevator, gym, and pool table, all of which looks out onto the glistening Lake Geneva.

Price: $67,000 (on average) per night.