Check Into The World’s Most Opulent Hotel Suites
These stunning suites take luxury vacations to a whole new level.
Many hotel rooms offer the bare minimum with a bathroom and a place to lay your weary head. A few select others, on the other hand, are much more than that with floor plans bigger than the average house, 24-hour butlers, and authentic dinosaur skulls as casual decor. But with a price tag of up to $100,000 a night, these super-luxe suites aren’t for the average Joe.
Below, check out some of the most baller hotel suites on the face of the earth.
Empathy Suite, The Palms Casino Resort
$100,000 per night
The two-story 9,000 square foot suite was designed by artist Damien Hirst in collaboration with Bentel & Bentel, and features six of his original works and custom furniture and textiles with Hirst motifs.
In the suite is a curved 13-seat bar, a pool on the balcony inlaid with butterfly mosaics, a gray marble bathroom, and a Himalayan salt room decorated with butterflies and skulls.
Other luxe amenities include 24-hour butler service, chauffeured car service, and A-list access to on-site entertainment.
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson
$80,000 per night
Stretching the entire eighth floor of Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, the 18,000 square foot Royal Penthouse Suite is one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world at a cool $80,000 per night.
Inside you’ll find 12 opulent bedrooms, a 26-person dining table, a Steinway grand piano, and private terrace with lakefront views.
And in case safety is a concern due to its proximity the European headquarters of the United Nations, the suite is fully fitted with bulletproof windows.
The Shangri-La Suite, Shangri-La Bosphorus
$28,000 per night
The Shangri-La Suite at the Shangri La Bosphorus in Istanbul combines Ottoman and Asian design elements for a truly elegant suite with 180-degree panoramic views of the Bosphorus and Istanbul skyline from three private terraces.
The suite occupies nearly half of the hotel’s top floor and has two bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling heated marble bathrooms, a spacious living room, and dining room,
Other amenities include airport transfers with a Rolls-Royce and a full Turkish breakfast served in the suite.
The Royal Suite, Hôtel Plaza Athénée
$27,000 per night
The largest suite in all of Paris at a whopping 5,000 square feet, The Royal Suite takes up an entire floor of the Hôtel Plaza Athénée. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two drawing rooms, an office, and a kitchen make this space more of a stunning Parisian apartment than a hotel suite.
The hotel is located in the luxe Golden Triangle of Paris’s 8th Arrondissement by the Champs-Élysées, and you’ll be sleeping like royalty on bedsheets embroidered with gold thread.
Mark Penthouse Suite, The Mark Hotel
New York, NY
$75,000 per night
The Mark Hotel’s Penthouse Suite takes the cake as the largest hotel penthouse in the U.S.A. at over 10,000 square feet of sheer luxury.
Designed by French interior designer Jacques Grange, the suite covers the top two floors of the hotel and includes 5 bedrooms, 4 fireplaces, 6 bathrooms, 2 powder rooms, 2 wet bars, and a living room that can be transformed into a full-sized Grand Ballroom.
The suite also has its own conservatory, library lounge, dining room, rooftop terrace with outdoor dining and entertaining area, and obviously magnificent views of New York City.
Chalet Zermatt Peak
$97,600 per week
As the name implies, Chalet Zermatt Peak isn’t exactly a single suite but an entire ski chalet perched high above the village of Zermatt overlooking the legendary Matterhorn.
The sophisticated chalet is an alpine and architectural dream set over six floors with floor-to-ceiling windows, five bedroom suites, multiple balconies and terraces, full spa, indoor pool, and remote controlled lighting and curtains.
The experience comes with a full staff including private Michelin-starred gourmet chef, concierge, masseuse, and service staff.
Villa Alang Alang
$41,000 per night
Villa Alang Alang is a Balinese retreat in the La Californie neighborhood in Cannes that accommodates 18 guests in over 17,000 square feet with 8 bedrooms, an infinity pool, elevator, a boxing ring, and an actual dinosaur skull in the living room.
The villa also features a large spa with steam room and Turkish bath, an office, full gym, cinema, game room with a pool table, and a stunning wine cellar that’s stocked with fine wines and cigars.
Muraka Suite, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
Rangali Island, Maldives
$50,000 per night
If overwater bungalows are your thing but you also want to feel like you’re sleeping in an aquarium, the Muraka Suite at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is the one for you.
The Muraka features three bedrooms, a living room, dining, room, and entertaining spaces spread out over 6,000 square feet. Outside, the infinity pool overlooks the the picturesque turquoise lagoon.
The crowning jewel of the suite, however, is down the spiral staircase into the master bedroom that’s 16 feet below the Indian Ocean. It’s also a private underwater aquarium with a 180-degree curved acrylic dome and viewing area.
Other amenities include 24-hour private butler service, a private chef, and private jet skis,
The Peninsula Villa
Laucala Island, Fiji
$6,800 per night
Laucala Island in Fiji is owned by Red Bull head honcho Dietrich Mateschitz and has 25 lavish villas scattered around the northern coast of the island, each completely private.
Built to resemble an “island on an island,” the Peninsula Villa has a natural pool carved into the rock that juts out over the stunning clear waters of the South Pacific.
The bedroom offers 180-degree views of the water, and a private white-sand beach is concealed by its own jetty that guarantees total privacy. The residence also comes with its own buggy so guests can explore the island at their leisure.