Luxury hotels continue to pop-up on all corners of the globe, and as a whole the travel industry is evolving to meet the demands of jetsetters who want the ultimate in comfort and opulence.
From New York to Geneva, there are hotels all over the world that have a lot to offer luxury customers who expect the creme de la creme, at all times. Travelers can have it all, whether that means classic French decor at the Four Seasons George V in Paris or 24-karat gold walls at a restored palace in Jaipur, India.
For guests who are willing to spend a pretty penny on their travels, we have rounded up ten hyper-luxurious hotel suites from all over the world. With these amenities come sky high prices, a one night stay at some of the rooms on our list cost more than some small homes.
Which begs the question, how much is too much to spend on a hotel room? Weigh in below!
The Royal Suite at the Four Seasons George V in Paris, which runs $25,000 per night, is spacious and decorated for royalty. The suite includes an oversized living room, private office, private terrace, a dining area that seats up to eight guests and a fully equipped kitchen. The bathroom has its own steam room and sauna. 32 Avenue George V, Paris, France, fourseasons.com/paris.
Four Seasons George V/
The Royal Towers Bridge Suite in the Atlantis Bahamas offers a 1,250 square foot living room (to put that in perspective thats the size of a respectable New York City two-bedroom apartment), twin entertainment centers and a grand piano. The private dining room is decorated with a 22-karat gold chandelier. Be prepared to spend $25,000 per night for the privilege of a sleepover here. Casino Drive, Paradise Island, Bahamas; atlantis.com.
The classical elegance of the Villa Cupola room in the Westin Excelsior in Rome includes a private wine cellar, cinema and spa with its own fitness center, pool, jacuzzi and sun deck. The suite has also been dubbed the largest hotel suite in Europe, and has a pricetag to match, $30,000 per night. 3 Piazza D'Ognissanti, Florence, Italy; starwoodhotels.com.
The magnificent three-bedroom, three-bathroom Royal Plaza Suite in The Plaza Hotel is inspired by the aesthetic of the royal court of Louis XV. It includes a grand piano, a dining room that seats up to 12 people, an Assouline-stocked library, a state-of-the-art kitchen, access via a private elevator and butler services. Of course, amenities like this will cost you. This suite runs $30,000 per night. 768 5th Avenue, New York City; theplaza.com.
The gorgeous Unique Presidential Suite in Sardinia, Italy's Hotel Cala di Volpe overlooks the Costa Smeralda. Enjoy its classic Italian decor with ceramic tiled floors, hand-painted wall tiles, Sardinian marble and local artwork. Amenities include a private wine cellar, pool, fitness area and rooftop terrace. Just prepare to spend $33,000 per night. Costa Smeralda; Porto Cervo; starwoodhotels.com.
Hotel Cala di Volpe/
The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa is a 9,000 square foot "luxury playground" with a full bar, Playboy branded pool, rotating king-sized bed, sun-bathing deck and a panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip. Located in Palms Casino Resort, this luxe suite can entertain up to 250 friends. It will cost you big to entertain said friends, $35,487 per night. 4321 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas; palms.com.
Palms Casino Resort/
The Penthouse Prestige Apartments in the Hotel Martinez in Cannes overlooks the Bay of Cannes, include state-of-the-art technology, a spa bath, sauna and first-rate butler service. These A-list rooms have A-list prices, and run $37,500 per night. 73 La Croisette, Cannes, France; hotel-martinez.com.
The Grand Resort Lagonissi in Athens, Greece is home to the Royal Villa that features two master bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchenette and grill, indoor and outdoor heated pools, a private gym and a private massage area. There is also a private path to the beach, a staff of four at its guests' disposal as well as the opportunity to fly in by private jet. To call this spot home will run you $45,000 per night. 40 KM Athens Sounio Ave, Lagonisi 19010, Greece; lagonissiresort.gr.
Grand Resort Lagonissi/
The Raj Palace in Jaipur, India is fit for royalty. Its priciest suite, the Shahi Mahal Presidential Suite, is currently undergoing renovations. When its opens the suite will include a private swimming pool, spa, home-theater and 24-carat gold walls and will run $45,000 per night. In the meantime, guests can stay at the luxe four-story Maharajah's Pavilion Presidential suite for a mere $15,000 per night. Jorawer Singh Gate, Amer Road, Jaipur, India; rajpalace.com.
The most expensive suite on our list is The Royal Penthouse at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, which runs $65,000 per night. The suite includes 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a billiard room, Steinway grand piano, fitness center, private terrace and private elevator. When can we move in? 47 Quai Wilson, Geneva Switzerland; hotelpwilson.com
Hotel President Wilson/