Top 6 World's Most Expensive Hotel Suites for 2016

Top 6 World's Most Expensive Hotel Suites for 2016
1. The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson $80,000 per night

The Royal Penthouse Suite of the Hotel President Wilson is famous for being the largest one in Europe (1'680 sqm in total) and the most luxurious Suite in the world. The Suite has even been awarded “World's Leading Hotel Suite” at the prestigious World Travel Awards. Located on the eighth and top floor of the hotel, the Royal Penthouse Suite offers to the most demanding guests 12 luxury bedrooms including marble bathrooms, as well as a private terrace with a unforgettable panoramic view over the lake and the Mont-Blanc. With every conceivable amenity, such as one of the 3 biggest Bang & Olufsen TV screen in the world (BeoVision 4-103 flat-screen) with sound system, a Steinway grand piano, a billiards table, a collection of ancient books and pieces of art, as well as a private gym, the suite leaves nothing to be desired. This truly unique suite stands for pure luxury with maximum security, from bulletproof windows and safe to a private lift to take guests directly to their majestic living quarters. View more photos

The Ty Warner Penthouse

2. The Ty Warner Penthouse $55,000 per night

When you stay at the Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at Four Seasons Hotel New York, you're at home in an exquisite work of art. Designed by Peter Marino and I.M. Pei, who came out of retirement to complete his original vision, the 4,300-sq.-ft. (400-m²) Penthouse features one-of-a-kind furnishings and original works by international artists, all of which were hand-selected by Marino or Pei. Soaring 700 feet (213 meters) above Manhattan, guests of the Ty Warner Penthouse enjoy unobstructed panoramic views of Manhattan from the Suite's four cantilevered glass balconies, the highest in the world. A chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom, a round-the-clock personal butler, and unlimited caviar, champagne and massages are also at your disposal. This one-of-a-kind suite truly is the crown jewel in Manhattan's ultimate luxury hotel.

The Royal Villa at Lagonissi Resort

3. The Royal Villa at Lagonissi Resort $47,000 per night

Designed for royal and prestigious guests, the Royal Villa encapsulates the essence of luxury in its splendidly appointed interior and exterior spaces welcoming esteemed guests to experience the epitome of luxury living. The Royal Villa features two master bedrooms with king size beds, a spacious living room with a fireplace and dining table, a fully equipped business corner, a fully fitted kitchen and grill as well as outdoor BBQ facilities. The villa comes complete with an indoor and an outdoor heated pool, a fully equipped gym and steam bath, a private massage area with a massage-table, two oversized marble lined bathrooms and a guest bath. Furthermore there are the Butler's quarters with a separate entrance and a bathroom. Privileged guests are welcome to sunbathe on the spacious outdoor terrace, dive in the crystalline waters of the pool, maintain their work out routine while on holidays and follow their own private path to the dazzling shore of the bay.

The Shahi Mahal Suite

4. The Shahi Mahal Suite at The Raj Palace Hotel $45,000 per night

The Shahi Mahal Suite offers unparalleled luxury in the Raj Palace, the oldest mansion in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. The lavish palace was converted into a luxury heritage hotel in 1996, and is an unmatched example of Rajasthan's regal character, charm and grandeur. Each opulent suite has its very own museum inside, displaying a range of antique clocks, weaponry and jewelry. The suites are decorated in priceless antique Indian furniture. Walls are adorned with hand-painted murals and grand crystal chandeliers hang from the ceilings. The hotel's dining room is home to the world's largest chandelier, along with a large collection of royal silverware.

Sky Villa at Palms Resort

5. 2-Story Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Resort, Las Vegas $40,000+ per night

The two-story 9,000 square foot, 3-Bedroom Villa includes a glass elevator, rotating bed, and a glass wall Jacuzzi that extends out over the hotel and offers amazing Strip views. Other amenities include: Terrace with Playboy Pool and sunbathing area, indoor water features, show tub, steam room, gym, media room, massage and spa rooms, poker table, wet bar, espresso machine, fireplace, three bedrooms, and pop-up plasma TVs.

Penthouse Suite at George V Hotel, Paris

6. Penthouse Suite at George V Hotel, Paris $37,000+

This $37,000 per night suite could be described as a perfectly decorated apartment. Its three bedrooms are detailed with white orchids that stand out against the golden walls. Each bedroom has its own private terrace and spacious wardrobes flooded with natural light. Through the large windows, guests can admire the most significant Parisian icons including the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and the wonderful architectural complex of Les Invalides. The common areas offer exclusive details, such as Baccarat glassware and Knoll chairs.