The World’s Most Exclusive Hotels

See some of most expensive hotels around.

Eli Blueby Eli Blue

Want to split 15K amongst 15 to 20 friends to go all out at one of the world’s most exclusive resorts? Here are our top 5 picks for most expensive hotels in the world.


Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi

For $50,000 a night, you could have access to a three bedroom powerhouse with two heated indoor and outdoor pools, your own butlet, pianist, and chef, and one of the finest views on the planet.


Atlantis Bridge Suite – $25,000 a night

On exclusive Paradise Island in the Bahamas, this room is booked in advance for years by celebrities. Connected by Royal Tower buildings with sweeping views of the entire island, the red, black, and gold suite comes with 10 rooms, 12 foot high ceilings, a state of the art entertainment center, two master bathrooms, and your own butler. Think that 300 square foot Golden Nugget room was something? This suite's living room is 1,250 square feet alone.


President Wilson Hotel – $23,000 per night

Located in picturesque Geneva, the President Wilson hotel is commandeered by its Imperial Suite, occupying the entire top floor and accessed only by private elevator, with views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss alps. The suite has five bedrooms and fits up to 40 people. This hotel is a security haven, with professional trained security guards lining the peremeter for guests dropping by at the United Nations headquarters next door.


Burj Al Arab – $18,000 a night

This diamond encrusted hotel on its own Dubai island is home to the Royal Suite which is loaded with luxury products, including Hermes and Faubough perfume along with your own elevator, movie theater, and your choice of a private chauffeur.


Plaza Hotel – $20,000 per night

The Plaza Hotel is New York City's finest, with its crown jewel the 4,400 square foot Royal Plaza Suite providing sweeping views of Central Park and Fifth Avenue. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a kitchen equipped with Viking appliances Gordon Ramsay would be proud of.  It is perfect for a large troupe of guests, with a 12-person dining table and a butler’s pantry that can be used by a personal chef assigned to you by the hotel. Need to sneak past a crowd? It also comes with its own private elevator.