Talk about Expensive!!!
Currency fluctuations and price hikes over the last two years has meant that some suites are now worth a lot more, or a lot less, than they were. In this ranking we are including taxes in the room rates, seeing as those nightly charges alone could pay for a 10-day vacation package for most mere mortals.
Following are the ten most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World:
10. The Apartment at The Connaught Hotel – London: $24,600
The Connaught Hotel’s remodeled two-bedroom penthouse has been designed to feel like the home of an urbane private collector. Designed by the legendary David Collins, who tragically passed away last year shortly after completing the project, The Apartment is an appropriately stunning legacy. The reception room is filled with an array of specially commissioned art and furniture, carefully picked antiques and limited-edition books.
The master-bedroom suite has a four-poster bed with delicate silk draping, while cabinetry is upholstered in lilac and navy leather. Two landscaped decked terraces designed by Tom Stuart-Smith overlook the chimneys and rooftops of Mayfair, while a Connaught butler is on hand to arrange a private dinner party with menus designed by Michelin-starred Hélène Darroze. The Connaught will even arrange for Lanvin silk dresses, Balenciaga suede jackets and Christian Louboutin satin heels to be placed in the suite prior to your arrival. Now, that’s what we call service.
9. Presidential Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe – Italy: $26,000/Night
Located in the glamorous Porto Cervo, the jetsetters’ playground created in the 1960s by the Aga Khan, Starwood Hotels’ Cala di Volpe is the epitome of laid-back luxury. The hotel’s presidential suite has three bedrooms, a solarium, a fitness area and a huge private swimming pool.
The suite is decorated in the classic romantic Sardinian style with beamed ceilings and terracotta-tiled floors. A large terrace provides sweeping views of the sparkling azure coastline.