There are a whole bunch of hotels that will make you pay top dollar in the 5 figure sense for the best sense of
insanity peace you’ve felt ever. Above is the Park Hyatt Vendôme in Paris for $20,000. Hmm Is that the suite or a hallway?
Presidential Suite at the Plaza Hotel, New York City — $20,000. Pretty but so are showrooms.
The Bridge Suite is slightly more pricey. Located at Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, it treats guests to ten-room chamber atop a bridge for $25,000. We guess this wouldn’t be good for anyone suffering from Vertigo. 25,000 for a view of the ocean for one night. Then again, 25,000 divided by 10 might be good for a group of the
ridiculously rich affluent.
Ritz-Carlton Suite, the premium suite at the Ritz-Carlton in Tokyo rests on the 53rd floor for $25,000 a night. Looks..exciting. We really don’t like the picture. We hope they don’t advertise like that.
Looks like a little Sistine Chapel was employed in the artwork with touches of Greek vase? This is Villa Cupola suite at the Westin in the center of Rome, which offers god knows what to guests for $29,255.
Presidential Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia costs $34,000 per night. Its three bedrooms, two living rooms, three bathrooms, and private pool occupy multiple floors and strangely enough the hotel still blatantly charges guests for internet access.
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York comes with a full-time butler, use of the hotel’s Rolls Royce, and spa treatments — for $35,000 per night, well at least they’re offering something.
$40,000 per night, the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort is pricey, but some of the amenities — like a cantilevered jacuzzi suspended over the Las Vegas strip — are unusual.
For a night in the brand new Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite, the Raj Palace charges $40,000. Chances are it is a palace. We’ve seen these kinds of palaces. Talk about service and pampering.
The most expensive seemed to be the Royal Penthouse Suite at President Wilson Hotel which offers ultra-tight security for high-profile visitors, sliding armoured doors and the ability for guests to monitor visitors on closed-circuit television. People on the world’s most wanted list or James Bond would love this for the $65,000 a night it costs.
We don’t know. They are probably lovely hotels but seriously, they are ridiculously over-priced. Why bother visiting the city where you’ve travelled if you’re just going to stay in a hotel with a butler named Albert?