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REVEALED: THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS IN THE WORLD
Most expensive hotel suites in the world, would you pay £130,000 a night? From an underwater submarine hotel in St.Lucia to luxury hotels in Las Vegas, have you ever wondered...

Most expensive hotel suites in the world, would you pay £130,000 a night?

From an underwater submarine hotel in St.Lucia to luxury hotels in Las Vegas, have you ever wondered which hotel is the most expensive in the world? Merchant Cash Advice has looked at seedlists of the most expensive hotels to reveal the top 10 most expensive hotels worldwide. Would you pay over £130,000 for one night?

The most expensive hotel is ‘Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine’ in St Lucia, costing a whopping £130,000 a night. For over £74,000 a night you can stay at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas with a view of the shimmering lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas charges over £44,000 a night, complete with an upscale steakhouse and poolside cocktail bar.


HotelsLocationPrice of room (per night)
Lover’s Deep Luxury SubmarineSt. Lucia£129,697.84
Palms Casino Resort Empathy SuiteLas Vegas, Nevada£74,113.05
Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse SuiteGenève, Switzerland£59,290.44
The Mark Penthouse – The Mark HotelManhattan, New York City£55,587.38
Laucala Island Resort Hilltop EstateFiji£45,316.31
Four Seasons HotelLas Vegas, USA£44,469.90
Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel MartinezCannes, France£39,281.74
The Muraka Suite – The ConradMaldives£37,058.25
The Hilltop VillaFiji£33,352.42
The PlazaNew York, USA£29,641.60

Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine

At £129,697.84 a night, the Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine Hotel, St Lucia, is the most expensive hotel in the world. The 5-star accommodation is beneath the waves where you will be staying in a submarine which includes a private captain, chef and butler. The Lover’s Deep Submarine is fully equipped with the ultimate in luxury, as well as helicopter transfers, beach landings and champagne-soaked breakfasts. 


Palms Casino Resort Empathy Suite

The Empathy Suite at The Palms, Las Vegas, is the second most expensive hotel room in the world at £74,113.05 a night. With a two-night minimum stay the suite is located on the upper floors of the 40-story Palms Casino Resort, with a view of the shimmering lights of the Las Vegas Strip. 


Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite

Hotel President Wilson Royal Penthouse Suite, Switzerland, is located on the entire top floor of the hotel and has a panoramic terrace with breathtaking views over Lake Geneva and charges £59,290.44 a night. The wraparound terrace comes complete with a telescope for stargazing on clear nights. The two master bedrooms have a vast walk-in dressing room and a marble bathroom with a jacuzzi facing the lake, as well as a separate shower, steam and mirror TV. There is also a private gym, chef and chauffeur available to you at all times.


Four Seasons Hotel

The Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, attached to Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, charges £44,469.90 a night. This luxe, art deco style hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as mountain or street views. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi, marble bathrooms, minibars and coffeemakers, as well as flat-screen TVs. There is also the choice of Italian restaurant/bar,  upscale steakhouse and a cocktail bar. If that wasn’t enough there is also an outdoor pool, waterside bar and spa!



Posted 18th November 2021

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