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They say money can’t buy happiness, but it sure can have you living like royalty for a night. Forget about paying rent for the next five years, and instead step inside the most baller hotel suites. From villas that overlook the most popular city landscapes to penthouse suites capturing breathtaking ocean views, these hotel rooms have it all. Just remember, this lifestyle doesn’t come cheap.

Starting at $39,500 per night, these suites are as expensive as it gets, but the perks and amenities that come with the hefty price tag make it worth the cost. So, crack open that minibar, toast to the good life, and check out the most expensive hotel suites the world has to offer.

The Penthouse, Faena Hotel 

Location: Miami Beach

Price: $39,500 per night

This impressive Penthouse Suite showcases a beautiful panoramic view of Miami through its floor-to-ceiling windows. The suite features two levels of spacious gathering areas, dining rooms, and five bedrooms each with furnished balconies. The penthouse was designed by film director Baz Luhrmann and his wife, set designer Catherine Martin.

Royal Suite, Plaza Hotel

Location: New York, NY

Price: $40,000 per night

Live your best Home Alone 2 life in the Royal Suite at the iconic Plaza Hotel. This luxurious room features top of the line amenities alongside an exquisitely designed living room equipped with a grand piano, a dining room, which seats up to 12 people, a library, and a fitness room to burn off last nights pizza bender.

However, the biggest highlight of the space is the master bedroom, which overlooks Fifth Avenue and has a separate dressing room and bathroom adorned with 24-carat gold plated Sherle Wagner fixtures. Only thing missing in this suite is the 10-scoop ice cream dish Kevin McCallister ordered.

The Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe

Location: Porte Cervo, Italy 

Price: $41,177 per night

This multilevel penthouse suite sits atop the Hotel Cala di Volpe and overlooks the beautiful Costa Smeralda. The wide rooftop terrace houses a swimming pool and dining room to enjoy the beautiful view. This 2,690-square-foot suite also features a Solarium, a private wine cellar, fitness area, local crafts and hand-painted furnishings.

All three bedrooms feature king-size Luxury Collection beds, a bathtub and Jacuzzi, a massive shower stall, dual vanities clad in Sardinian marble, and vivid hand-painted wall tiles.

The Grand Riad, The Royal Mansour

Location: Marrakech, Morocco

Price: $43,480 per night

Want to live like Moroccan royalty? The Grand Riad at the Royal Mansour should be your number one choice. This massive space has its own home cinema, personal bar and gym, and a spa room. Alongside the ornate décor, the Grand Riad has one of the best views of the city, rivaling the Koutoubia Mosque tower,

The Hilltop Villa

Location: Laucala Island, Fiji

Price: $45,000 per night

Tucked away on a hilltop on the Laucala Island, this massive four acre Villa transcends a traditional suite offering  sweeping views of the island and is split into three separate villas. “The Delana” offers up a master suite included with a library, a living room, a large private pool with waterfall & adjacent hot tub, and a large master bedroom with walk in closet and solid wood soaking tub. Next up is the “The Dua”, a cozy mother-in-law villa for two with sliding doors separating the sleeping area from the bathroom. Lastly, “the Rua” is a mid-size guest villa with a separate living area and a large private pool, so a maximum of eight people can enjoy everything this beautiful island has to offer.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons

Location: New York, NY

Price: $50,000 per night

The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons is the crown jewel of NY living experience. Featuring a 360-degree view of the city, the space includes four glass balconies set diagonally from each other giving guests views of Uptown, Downtown and Midtown 52 stories into the sky.

The Penthouse is a one-bedroom accommodation with a private spa and oversized rock crystal master bathroom. It also comes with a chauffeured Rolls-Royce, a dedicated Guest Relations Manager, and massages at your disposal.

The Penthouse Suite, Hôtel Martinez

Location: Cannes, France

Price: $53,200 per night

Experience this prestigious 1000 square foot suite on the highest floor of Hôtel Martinez, offering a large private wood-paneled terrace overlooking the sea, one king bed, living & dining room. It’s a celebrity favorite during Cannes Film Festival.

Mark Penthouse Suite, The Mark Hotel

Location: New York, NY

Price: $75,000 per night

The Mark Hotel’s ravishing grand penthouse is the largest hotel penthouse suite in the USA at more than 10,000 square feet, including 2,500 square feet of rooftop terrace overlooking Central Park. This spacious penthouse is set out over the top two floors of The Mark Hotel and includes 5 bedrooms, 4 fireplaces, 6 bathrooms, 2 powder rooms, 2 wet bars, and the living room, which can be transformed into a full-sized Grand Ballroom boasts 26-foot ceilings. If you want to feel like King of New York, this is where you do it.

Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Price: $80,000 per night

Until last week, the royal penthouse suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland was the most expensive room to date. The suite takes up the entire eighth floor of the hotel and comes riddled with luxury features from the living room filled with a grand piano, billiards, and rare book collection, to the bathroom that features Hermès toiletries, and a Jacuzzi overlooking Lake Geneva. What more could you want?

The Palms “Empathy Suite”

Location: Las Vegas

Price: $100,000 per night

The Sky Villa at the Palms Hotel received a newly $690 million renovation custom-designed by British artist Damien Hirst. This hotel space includes two master bedrooms, massage tables, a salt relaxation room, a cantilevered jacuzzi that overlooks the Strip, and a private, behind-the-scenes art tour of the property, among other amenities.

The space features six original works as well as custom furniture with signature Hirst motifs, alongside new artwork for a 9,000-square-feet palazzo, titled the “Empathy Suite.”  His 60-foot-tall Demon With Bowl and the centerpiece of his 2017 show at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, will also soon be installed.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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