If money was no object on your next vacation, OROGOLD is guessing that you would likely splurge on one of the finest hotels at your destination. While this may not be true, it’s always fun to dream, which is why OROGOLD has put together a list of some of the world’s most expensive hotel rooms.
Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President, Geneva, Switzerland
The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President in Geneva, Switzerland, is known to be one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, with a one night stay costing around $67,000. The suite boasts 12 gorgeous bedrooms, as well as 12 marble bathrooms, and overlooks the Swiss Alps and Lake Geneva. With 1800 square meters of space to play around in, as well as a fine art collection, a Steinway grand piano, a sprawling terrace and a 103-inch plasma TV, OROGOLD wouldn’t blame you if you never wanted to leave your suite!
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York
Although the Ty Warner Penthouse at New York’s Four Seasons Hotel may cost around $45,000 a night, you can be sure that you will be getting a good night’s sleep since your head will be resting on 18th Century Japanese silk pillows. For when you aren’t out and about in the Big Apple, there is plenty else to keep you occupied, from the grand piano to the private library, giving you a place of peace and refuge in the busy city. Plus, with the hotel’s 360-degree city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as their elegant glass balconies, you will be able to take in the action of the city without having to leave the comfort of your stunning room, which also happens to be the highest hotel room in New York.
Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji
Described as being a resort within a resort, the Hilltop Villa on Laucala Island, Fiji, will set you back around $40,000 a night, but it isn’t as simple as making your booking and turning up on the day. Instead, potential guests need to fill out an application form, which the owner will then need to approve before accepting your booking. The villa’s unusual design, landscaped gardens and panoramic island views make it seem like you are in paradise, while the butler, nanny, private cook and chauffeur will ensure that your vacation is as stress-free as possible. If you are lucky enough to be able to stay at the Hilltop Villa, OROGOLD recommends spending a day exploring the many beaches and plantations on the island on some of the estate’s native Fijian horses.
From the most costly hotel room in the world in Geneva, Switzerland, to a truly unique villa on a Fijian island, these hotel rooms are definitely worth travelling for. While the majority of us are unlikely to be able to make them a regular vacation spot, they are all hotels that OROGOLD would recommend looking into further if you are ever in need of some truly extra-special accommodation.