Top 10 most expensive hotels in the world

Cannes, Geneva, Tokyo, new York, Moscow are just some of the cities in which are located the most expensive hotels. In these Executive or Royal Suite stop stars, top athletes and politicians. The us portal Celebrity Net Worth has compiled a list of top 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world.

So, in tenth place in the list is the penthouse at the Martinez Hotel in Cannes . A night in a luxury room with a city view will cost 18 thousand us dollars (RUR 553 thousand).

In ninth place – the Moscow Ritz-Carlton. To rent a room Ritz-Carlton’s legendary five-star hotel in the capital of 18.2 thousand. (559,6 thousand rubles). Windows from floor to ceiling, majestic furniture, heated floor, a Grand piano and a library. 760 square meters with views of the Kremlin and Red Square. Note that the portal “RBC real Estate” already wrote about the most expensive hotel room in Moscow . Then Ritz-Carlton took second place (in November last year it cost 430 thousand rubles per night), and the first has got the presidential Suite at the Lotte Hotel Moscow (490 thousand rubles.).

The following line top 10 is the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, UAE. Rent Royal rooms with luxurious four-poster bed, handmade furniture and rich carpets will cost 19 thousand dollars. (584,2 thousand rubles) per night. Dvejetainis is served by its own lift, the room has a cinema and in addition put a Rolls Royce with a driver.

Seventh place in the rating belongs to the Royal room at the Paris hotel Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome – it can be rented for 20 thousand dollars. (615 thousand rubles.). The room covers an area of 230 sq. m with dining room, kitchen, bar, private Spa treatment room, sauna and Jacuzzi.

The sixth place ranking is the Royal room at The Atlantis hotel in the Bahamas. The handmade parquet flooring, several rooms and a living room overlooking the ocean will cost us $ 22 thousand. (676,4 thousand rubles). Number consisting of 10 rooms, is a coherent link between the two towers of the hotel.

The presidential Suite at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Japan, is the fifth largest in the cost of renting for the night. Luxury room with pool, tea ceremony room and a huge living room is 25 thousand dollars. (768,7 thousand roubles).

On the fourth line of the rating was a room Villa La Capula in Rome’s Westin Excelsior. Night in a luxurious room, decorated in a Baroque style, will cost 29 thousand dollars. (891 thousand rubles.).

Three leaders opens the penthouse in the famous hotel new York Four Seasons Hotel. The penthouse has nine rooms occupying the entire top floor of the hotel, is serviced by a separate Elevator. Rent a room for $ 34 thousand. (1 million rubles).

Second place the cost of rent took a thematic penthouse Hugh Hefner at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas. Two-story room, decorated in the style of Playboy, worth 40 thousand dollars. (1.2 million rubles) per night. From pleasant bonuses – around-the-clock Butler service, a swimming pool with views of the city and, of course, a rotating bed under a mirrored ceiling.

And, finally, the most expensive one in the world can be rented for 59 thousand dollars. (1.8 million rubles) for the night – so much asking for the Royal penthouse Suite at Geneva’s hotel President Wilson Hotel. Located on the top floor, four-room Suite can comfortably accommodate up to 40 guests in a cocktail lounge-room.

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