A hotel is a business that provides paid short-term lodging. Nevertheless, the level of comfort varies, and this is what distinguishes one from another. Some hotels are like heaven on earth, with “out of this world” amenities in ideal locations.
Here is a list of the top 10 most expensive hotels in the world in 2023.
10. The Royal Suite, Burj Al-Arab
The Burj Al Arab is a luxurious hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the world’s tallest hotels, managed by the Jumeirah hotel company, despite the fact that 39 percent of its overall height is non-occupiable space.
The Burj Al Arab is located on an artificial island 280 meters (920 feet) off Jumeirah Beach and is linked to the mainland by a private curved bridge. The structure’s form is intended to imitate a ship’s sail. It has a helipad near the roof, which is 210 meters (689 feet) above ground.
Cost per night – $28,000
9. The Royal Suite, The Plaza
The Plaza Hotel is a premium hotel and condominium apartment complex in New York City’s Midtown district. It is located between 58th Street and Central Park South, in the southern corner of Central Park, on the western side of Grand Army Plaza, after which it is called.
Cost per night – $40,000
8. The Hilltop Villa
The Hilltop Villa is Namibia’s greatest urban development project. Since 2011, a closed new development area of about 220,000 square meters (22 hectares) has been under construction. Apartments, residences, a 100-bed hotel, medical facilities, and business buildings are all included. The Hilltop Villa is being constructed in Windhoek’s Kleine Kuppe neighborhood.
Cost per night – $45,000
7. The Muraka, Conrad Maldives
The Muraka became the Maldives’ and the world’s first underwater hotel room when it opened its doors in 2018. It is part of the Hilton Worldwide-owned Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort. On the second floor, there is an en-suite master bedroom, an en-suite twin bedroom, a sun terrace, and an infinity pool, and an underwater part with a double bedroom and an en-suite bathroom. This bedroom features a curving acrylic glass ceiling and walls, allowing guests to see the sea life outside, and its en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet have floor to ceiling glass parts.
Cost per night – $50,000.
6. The Penthouse Suite, Hôtel Martinez
The Hôtel Martinez is a well-known art deco-style Grand Hotel on Cannes’ Croisette. It was founded by Emmanuel Michele Martinez, son of Baron Giovanni Martinez and Giuseppa Labiso Costanza of Palermo, Sicily, Italy, a noble old Italian family with Spanish heritage.
Cost per night – $53,000.
5. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel
The Four Seasons Hotel New York is a premium hotel located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, that first opened its doors in 1993. The Ty Warner Penthouse Suite.
Cost per night – $60,000.
4. The Mark Penthouse, The Mark Hotel
The Mark Hotel is a luxury hotel located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, at 25 East 77th Street and Madison Avenue. Originally built in the Renaissance Revival style in 1927, the building was acquired in 2006 by Izak Senbahar of Alexico Group and Simon Elias, and the interiors were recreated by French designer Jacques Grange in 2009.
Cost per night -$75,000.
3. The Royal Penthouse, Hotel President Wilson
The Royal Penthouse Suite of the Hotel President Wilson is said to be the one of the most expensive hotel suite in the world. The 12-bedroom penthouse occupies the full eighth story of the hotel and has entertained leaders of state ranging from Bill Clinton to Mikhail Gorbachev.
Cost per night – $80,000.
2. Empathy Suite, The Palms
The Palms Casino Resort is a hotel and casino in Paradise, Nevada, on the Las Vegas Strip. It has 703 rooms and a 94,065 sq ft (8,738.9 m2) casino. The Palms debuted on November 15, 2001, with Station Casinos and The Greenspun Corporation as minority owners. The resort served to both locals and visitors, but it also grew famous with celebrities and young adults.
Cost per night – $100,000.
1. Lover’s Deep, Luxury Submarine Hotel
The most luxurious and expensive hotel in the world is not on land, but in a submarine called Lover’s Deep beneath the water in St. Lucia, an island republic in the West Indies in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the Atlantic Ocean’s border.
Cost per night – $150,000.