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Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

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The most expensive hotels in the world

Who among us hasn't dreamed of staying in a presidential suite in the most expensive hotel at least once in our lives? One with large and spacious rooms, a swimming pool right on the balcony, and a view from the window that is hard to describe in words. And there are those for whom such a life is a reality. So here's a list of the best accommodations in the world. By the way, a night in some of them costs no less than an apartment in Kyiv.

5th place - Laucala Island Resort (Fiji)

Just imagine: the remote island of Laucala, surrounded by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, tall palm trees and incredible beaches. It is among such beauty that the Laucala Island Resort hotel is located, which is not without reason called a paradise for millionaires.

The local villas, each of which ranges in size from 170 to 1200 square meters, occupy a third of the entire land area. By the way, this is the only accommodation on the entire island where no more than 250-300 tourists can live at the same time. So no one will interfere with your quiet (or not so quiet) vacation.

Wealthy people who come here on vacation can choose houses with ocean or mountain views. There are also villas hidden in the rainforest or on the highest point of the island.

All guests have round-the-clock access to a lagoon pool with an area of almost 2 thousand square meters, 5 restaurants, a golf course, a SPA complex, a riding school and a diving center. By the way, each villa is assigned a butler and other service staff, and local chefs can prepare any dish to order.

Another interesting nuance: next to each house there is a small boat, which can be used to move around the island. If this is not your option, you will be taken anywhere by local eco-friendly transport.

The price of one night at Laucala Island Resort starts from $25,000.

Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

4th place - Atlantis Paradise Island Resort (Bahamas)

Paradise Island has long been synonymous with big money. It is home to some of the best and most expensive hotels in the world, including, of course, Atlantis Paradise Island Resort.

This is not just an accommodation for tourists, it is a whole city with 4 thousand rooms of different classes and sizes, 10 tennis courts, more than 30 restaurants with different cuisines, 11 swimming pools, a casino and a golf course. If you think that's all, you're wrong. The hotel also has a water park and an underwater tunnel where you can admire sharks, rays, and other marine life.

Guests can choose from thousands of different rooms with different decorations and views. The largest of them has 10 spacious rooms with a total area of 900 square meters.

The service here is, of course, also at a high level. You can count on any service around the clock: from room cleaning or cooking delicacies to SPA procedures.

The cost of such a pleasure starts from $25,000 per night.

Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

3rd place - Four Seasons (New York, USA)

The most expensive hotel in the United States of America is located right in the center of the world-famous Manhattan district of New York. It is a luxurious high-rise building with panoramic windows, comfortable rooms, and impressive prices.

Guests can enjoy unlimited massages, a restaurant with the most delicious delicacies from renowned chefs, as well as unlimited champagne and black caviar throughout their stay at the Four Seasons.

The largest suite is located on the 52nd floor. It consists of 9 rooms and 4 balconies. It is interesting that here you can see original works of art by famous painters and sculptors.

A night in this hotel costs from $34,000.

Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

2nd place - Grand Resort Lagonissi (Lagonissi, Greece)

Leonardo DiCaprio and Mel Gibson have stayed at this incredible hotel on the shores of the Saronic Gulf. And it's no wonder, because it has all the conditions for the most comfortable stay.

The 29-hectare territory is home to large and comfortable villas, each with its own beach, swimming pool and sauna. Around the clock, guests can use the services of a chef who will prepare any dish for them, even if they have to deliver some food by plane. Also, each house is assigned a butler who is ready to fulfill even the strangest wishes of tourists. There are also pianists who work almost around the clock.

In addition, there are massage rooms, heated swimming pools, 10 restaurants, a fitness club and a SPA center. The cost of one night starts at $35,000.

Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

1st place - Grand Hyatt Martinez (Cannes, France)

This hotel can rightfully be considered the best in Europe and beyond. It does not have many rooms, but it has many interesting features. For example, the Grand Hyatt Martinez has a large collection of unique paintings, each of which costs thousands of dollars. There are also several restaurants, terraces, a jacuzzi, a SPA center, and many other things that make your vacation incredible

The most expensive room has an area of 300 square meters and is considered the largest penthouse in the EU. It is decorated in Art Deco style, has a marble bathroom and a terrace overlooking the Croisette.

All guests of the hotel can use the services of a personal butler around the clock, visit the private beach, get massages and taste delicious dishes. You can also relax here with pets, but you will need to pay extra for them.

Room rates start at $45,000 per night.

Unlimited champagne and your own pianist: what the world's most expensive hotels offer guests

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