Hotel, motel, Holiday Inn. Splurging on a fancy hotel room offers the chance to (temporarily!) live like a celebrity.
If you're willing to drop thousands of dollars for a few over-the-top nights away, look no further than these 10 luxurious suites. These are the 10 most expensive hotel rooms in the world:
The Apartment at the Connaught Hotel
Designed by the late architect David Collins, the Apartment at London's Connaught Hotel is a lavender dream. This tastefully done suite starts at $24,000 per night and includes a wrap-around balcony and a personal butler.
Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort
Starting at $35,000 for a weekend night, this two-floor, 9,000-square-foot villa in Las Vegas features a private glass elevator, glass-encased pool, terraces, massage and fitness rooms, and butler service.
Penthouse Suite at the Hôtel Martinez Cannes
This nearly 18,000-square-foot suite starts at $41,000 per night and has a massive terrace with views of the Boulevard de la Croisette, the bay, and the hotel's private beach. Unsurprisingly, this is a especially popular spot during the annual Cannes Film Festival.
Penthouse Suite at the Hotel Cala di Volpe
Located in Sardinia, Italy, this top-floor space starts at $41,177 per night and has three bedrooms, a private pool, wine cellar, and its a private rooftop with impressive coastline views.
Hilltop Estate at the Laucala Island
From $45,000 per night, this hilltop estate in Fiji is situated at the peak of the island's green hills. The resort includes with a panoramic pool area, two guest houses, a cook, a chauffeur, and a nanny.
The Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi
For $50,000 per night, guests get to enjoy a three-bedroom suite in Athens, Greece that's equipped with two pools (outdoor and indoor), a garden, a private beach, a massage area, and a gym. Not to mention, there's a chef, butler, personal trainer, pianist, and limo and helicopter service.
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons
This Manhattan hotel room, which starts at $50,000 per night, offers 360-degree views of the city from four cantilevered glass balconies.
Maharajah Pavilion at the Raj Palace
This restored ancient royal castle in Jaipur, India features the multilevel Maharajah Pavilion, which has double-height ceilings, crystal chandeliers, a terrace, and even its own private museum. The incredible suite starts at $65,000 per night.
Grand Penthouse at The Mark
Starting at a staggering $75,000 per night, guests can experience New York City like never in this 12,000-square-foot penthouse suite. The 2,500-square-foot terrace offers expansive views of Central Park, and room service is provided by famous chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson
And we now present you with the most expensive hotel room out there: Located in Geneva, Switzerland, this penthouse costs a whopping $80,000 per night. Encompassing the entire top floor of the hotel, this lavish suite has 12 bedrooms, 12 marble-clad bathrooms, and a terrace with a sweeping look at the Swiss Alps. High-profile guests have included Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.