Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Most Expensive Hotel Rooms Around The World

Do you know that people who stay at these hotel, most of them are billionaires, celebrities, head of state, CEO to spend their evening in great luxury. Imagine that you having your own luxury room with awesome views, luxury and romantic swimming pool or spa, gym and all the cool facilities. That’s really a great enjoy. But after that, you are going to burn a big hole in the pocket. Check out the list.
1 ) Bellagio Hotel – Las Vegas ($100,000+ and also have a credit line of $4 to $5 million.)
The Bellagio Hotel is one of the two certified five diamond hotels in Las Vegas. When you enter the Bellagio Las Vegas, you are completely submerged in the grandeur and beauty of the structure. When you first enter, you experience a splash of natural light from the massive ceiling sky light, which is a rarity in Las Vegas. There are massive glass structures, fountains and elegance in every aspect of the Bellagio Las Vegas hotel, letting every guest be as comfortable as possible while surrounded by beauty.
Each room in the Bellagio Hotel is cleaned daily, and designed to show off comfortable elegance, providing everything that you might need through the duration of your stay. With three thousand suites, you will be able to select the type of room that you want.
2 ) Atlantis Resort – Paradise Island ($34,000 a night)
The Atlantis Paradise Island is a resort and waterpark located on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The resort was created by South African hotel magnate Sol Kerzner and Kerzner International Limited. Paradise Island first opened its Coral and Beach Towers as the Trump Plaza, then changed its name to Atlantis when the Royal Towers were built. Both the Coral and Beach towers are completely refurbished inside to have the same theme as the Royal Towers.
The Coral Towers were chosen by Travel + Leisure magazine to be the best hotel to stay in. Atlantis Paradise Island has had a new edition added on, called the Cove and Reef Atlantis. The project was over 4 billion dollars, half the cost of the construction of the Royal Towers.
3 ) Westin Excelsior Hotel – Rome ($29,000 a night)
The Westin Excelsior Rome just went under a costly $7 million renovation. The hotel has a long history of hosting celebrities, statesmen and artists visiting Since 1906. It is, in fact, named on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2006 Gold List. It is located in the well known area of Via Veneto, an ideal location for shopping, restaurants and cafes. The Westin Excelsior, Rome has a great reputation for outstanding service and a wonderful location. The hotel presents its own Restaurant Doney, where you can choose from many Roman Specialties, prepared with the freshest ingredients and a skilled chef.
For the health conscious traveller, please enjoy a personalized workout with our trainer in the health club or treat yourself to a shiatsu massage in our fully equipped spa. The well known Villa Cupola is the largest suite in Europe and its magnificent style is shown all around the wonderful hotels with all the extravagant furnishings and newly remodelled 287 guest rooms and 32 suites.
4 ) Palms Hotel – Las Vegas (25,000 a night)
The Palms Las Vegas is one of the hottest Las Vegas hotels available. Perhaps the most spectacular thing about this hotel is the fantastic views offered from the highest stories. With views of Las Vegas from above, you’ll be able to see the sights that many can only dream about.  Palms Hotel Rooms  When you stay at the Palms, you can expect some of the most comfortable rooms on the strip. Each room has a wide variety of different amenities that are designed to make you feel at home while submersing you in luxury.
5 ) Plaza Hotel – New York City ($20,000 a night)
The hotel’s main entrance faces the southern portion of Grand Army Plaza, commemorating the Union Army in the Civil War. Grand Army Plaza is in two sections, bisected by Central Park South. The Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York has now unveiled a selection of new guestrooms and suites with enlarged marble bathrooms, deep soaking tubs and dual sinks. New suites offer an intimate New York residential ambience with hardwood floors in the living rooms, one and half bathrooms and full kitchenettes.
The fitness center will re-open in a spacious environment with front facing views and state of the art equipment. The hotel lobby has a new look with a lounge-like atmosphere. The addition of Two Presidential suites, each 2,000 square feet, as well as a new spa with private treatment rooms will be ready early in 2010.
6 ) Martinez Hotel - Cannes ($18,000 a night)
The Hotel Martinez is known for stylish living, where comfort and technology have aesthetic overtones, and from its eminent position on the sea front, on the famous boulevard de La Croisette in Cannes, the Hotel Martinez has established itself over the decades as the flagship hotel on the Riviera. From the outside, its architectural beauty makes it timeless and establishes its elegance and eternal youth. With seven floors that overlook the sea front and a floor area that covers 40,000 square metres, it is one of the top European luxury hotels. Beachfront access and a private area is offered at the Martinez Hotel Cannes, as well as a swimming pool, a restaurant, a lounge, 24 hour reception, and a fitness center.
7 ) Ritz Paris Hotel – Paris ($17,500 a night)
The Hotel Ritz Paris currently offers 161 rooms, one restaurant, and two bars. The hotel’s restaurant, L’Espadon, was awarded a star by the 2007 edition of the influential Michelin Red Guide. Even if nowadays you can change the video program or make a phone call without leaving your bed or marble bath (Charles Ritz was the first to provide private bathrooms for his clients), nothing has altered the pleasure of stretching out on a wide brass bed surrounded by fine antiques.
Add to that an atmosphere of luxury so enveloping that a new word (ritzy) had to be coined for it. Impeccable staff. The health club was modeled on a thermal spa of antiquity, and the restaurant L’Espadon has its own garden. The Cambon Bar, a Champagne bar with a private entrance at 38, rue Cambon is the newest addition to the hotel—which already boasts the Ritz Club, The Bar Hemingway and the Vendôme Bar.
8 ) Burj Al Arab Hotel – Dubai ($15,000 a night)
The Burj Al Arab is a luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is an iconic structure, designed to symbolize Dubai’s urban transformation and to mimic the sail of a boat. All the suites of this remarkable hotel are spacious to say the least, each taking two floors, with the floor to ceiling glass windows affording stunning views of the Arabian Gulf. Dining in the hotel is an equally memorable experience, with a choice of eight different restaurants, though the signature dining room, Al Mahara, should not be missed, with it’s enormous aquarium providing both the centerpiece, and a convenient location to store the seafood items on the menu.
9 ) Lanesborough Hotel – London ($14,500 a night)
The Lanesborough is a prestigious 5-star hotel on Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, central London. Operated by the American Starwood Hotels corporation, it is reputedly the most expensive hotel in London. A 24-hour private butler is available to each guest. The Lanesborough has accommodated visiting royalty, eminent politicians and entertainers. Opposite are Hyde Park and Apsley House, the former home of the Duke of Wellington. The hotel is next to Hyde Park Corner tube station.
All rooms are decorated with handcrafted Regency period pieces, with 1820′s furnishings and 21st century technology. A state-of-the-art fully interactive TV system with free movies on demand, with wireless keyboard and printer, gives free access to the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft® Office, movies on demand, as well as extensive CD and DVD libraries. All guest rooms offer a mobile phone that, upon request, can operate throughout Europe, additionally each room has a private telephone line and fax machine.
10 ) Peninsula Hotel – Hong Kong ($5,000 a night)
The Peninsula Hong Kong is one of the most internationally recognizable hotels in Hong Kong. Each one of the hotel’s opulent guest rooms is comfortable and stylish and equipped with advanced technology for the convenience of hotel guests – underlined, of course, by the world-famous Peninsula service. Renowned as one of the best French restaurants in Asia, Gaddi’s is Hong Kong’s most elegant dining experience while Felix offers a sleek and stylish city rendezvous with stunning views across the harbour.
Afternoon tea at The Peninsula’s Lobby is a Hong Kong institution, and the best authentic Cantonese food in town is served in Spring Moon.The hotel features a state-of-the-art fitness center and a huge Roman-style swimming pool. The pool opens onto the hotel’s sun terrace, providing an incredible view of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. The Peninsula Spa by ESPA offers luxurious bespoke treatments for both body and mind.

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