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The Most Expensive Hotel In The World Has A Suite For $100,000 Per Night.

Trust fund babies and lottery winners looking for a glamorous way to part with a pretty penny, listen up, as we’ve got the most expensive suite for you.

The most expensive hotel has a suite that will set you $100,000 per night which was designed by artist Damien Hirst himself.

This suite is located at Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas.

Just completing a two year renovation, rumoured (at about 1 billion dollars), to be the most costly in history, the Palms Casino Resort now has one of the world’s most extensive art collections outside of a museum. The revamped 1395 rooms and suites include the Kingpin Suite, which houses bowling lanes ($15000 a night), and The Hardwood Suite, with its own basketball court ($20,000 a night).
Most expensive room?
The Empathy Suite: $100,000 a night

What do you get?
In this 8500 square foot, Damien Hirst-designed penthouse you’ll find an outdoor, cantilevered pool ‘hanging’ hundreds of feet in the air, pillars covered in his signature dots, six specially commissioned art works, including two sharks suspended in formaldehyde, a 13-seater bar and spectacular views over The Strip.

Extra treats?
24-hour butlers, a chauffeured car and $10k credit to use in the resort.

Who stays?
If you’re a casino big spender (over a million dollars), you get to stay for free but they are tight- lipped about who has actually paid to sleep here.

or call +1 702.942.1222 to request a stay.

$100,000 a night is certainly not for the faint of heart

Grand tour of Empathy suite, World’s most expensive hotel room

Don’t have the extra zeros to make it in the most expensive suite? Not to worry we have you covered with the next best options.

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The Mark, New York

This swish uptown hotel on the Upper East side is near the Met, Central Park and lots of upscale shopping in Fifth Avenue. With only 141 rooms, it gives off an exclusive boutique vibe from the moment you set foot on the famous black and white striped marble lobby floor. Interiors are all understated elegance, and culinary genius Jean- Georges Vongerichten presides over the kitchen. Most expensive room? The Penthouse. $75000 a night This is the worlds’ largest suite – and was, until the Empathy Suite was born, the most expensive. It now comes in at a respectable second, and everything is oversized - even the entrance, at an impressive 35.5 feet wide. What do you get? Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, custom-made furniture, a rooftop terrace, two bars, spectacular city views, a library, a conservatory, and a living room so big it can be turned into a full-size grand ballroom Extra treats? A chauffeured car of your choice for 12 hours daily (they have a relationship with super-car brand McLaren), a cruise around New York Harbour on the hotel’s beautiful sailboat, 24-hour check-in, roundtrip airport transfers by car or helicopter, dedicated butler service (including packing and unpacking), and in-room snacks provided by Jean-Georges. Who stays? Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner, Oprah Winfrey, Kerry Washington, Emma Watson, and Common.

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Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

Overlooking Lake Geneva, most of the hotel's 228 rooms and suites are a touch corporate, although they do have Bang & Olufsen TVs and Hermès products in the bathrooms, and a seriously indulgent La Mer spa. Most expensive room? The Royal Penthouse Suite, £66,800 a night Sprawled across the whole of the 8th floor, overlooking Lake Geneva, this is the largest suite in Europe. What do you get? The penthouse fills its 1680 square metres with a lake-facing Jacuzzi, a billiard table, a Steinway grand piano, a telescope for star-gazing, a wrap-around terrace, 12 bedrooms and - at 103 inches - the world’s biggest TV screen. Extra treats? When you have that kind of money to play with there is always someone out to get you, so the suite has bullet-proof windows and a panic button. Who stays? Heads of State, Saudi royalty, Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Céline Dion, Rihanna

Hotel Martinez, Cannes

Right on La Croisette, this gleaming white, art deco icon, with 400 rooms and a two-star Michelin restaurant, plays host to many a celebrity-filled shindig during the Cannes Film Festival in May. We have it on good authority that Elton John stayed there while in town for his Rocketman preview. Most expensive room? The Penthouse, £53,000 a night What do you get? Works by Matisse and Picasso on the walls, four bedrooms, a 270 square metre rooftop terrace with sea views (great for those post-screening parties) ,and, it goes without saying, butler service. Who stays? Scarlett Johansson, Robert de Niro, Eva Longoria, Diane Kruger, Susan Sarandon

Four Seasons Hotel New York

This uptown classic has one of our favourite New York lobbies, with its impressive stone pillars and soaring ceiling. The 365 rooms are sleek, stylish and monochrome, with Bulgari products in the palatial marble bathrooms. Most expensive room? The Ty Warner Penthouse, $50,000 a night What do you get? Named after the hotel’s billionaire owner, the world’s most expensive one-bedroom penthouse suite takes up all 4300 square feet of the Four Seasons 52nd floor. It was designed by Peter Marino and the legendary I M Pei (who died this year at the age of 102), with panoramic views of Manhattan from the suite’s four cantilevered glass balconies, which are the highest in the world. And as if that wasn't enough, you have a private spa with a Chinese, onyx-clad, chromotherapy infinity soak tub, and a ‘Zen Room’ with a waterfall cascading from the ceiling, against a wall made of green bowenite semi-precious granite. Extra treats? A chauffeured Rolls-Royce, a personal trainer, in-suite L.Raphael spa treatments, and your own Guest Relations Manager on call 24/7. Who stays? Russian billionaires, Hollywood royalty, and A -listers getting changed before the Met Gala.

Faena Miami

This OTT extravaganza is the second property by hotelier Alan Faena, who opened his first hotel in Buenos Aires 15 years ago and named it Faena Hotel + Universe - which tells you all you need to know about its maverick owner. As well as housing one of the top five most expensive suites in the world, the Faena Miami has interiors overseen by Baz Luhrmann, a spa where the treatments were devised by Alan Faena’s personal shaman, and celebrity chef Francis Mallman ruling the kitchen. And it is also home to a woolly mammoth created by Damien Hirst. Most expensive room? The Penthouse Suite, $50,000 a night What do you get? Two floors and 10,000 square feet to play in, five bedrooms, a huge outdoor terrace, very flamboyant interiors (think tiger print and lots of red and turquoise), a massive marble bathroom with a huge ocean-facing window, and a master bedroom (pictured) with floor-to-ceiling windows with 180 degree sea views Extra treats? Butler, a grand piano, and a chef’s kitchen Who stays? Kate Holmes, Serena Williams

Laucala Island, Fiji

Fiji’s most exclusive resort is made up of 25 exclusive villas built on a private island in the Fijian Pacific archipelago. Owned by Red Bull CEO Dietrich Mateschitz, Laucala is all coconut plantations, sandy beaches, blue lagoons and green mountains. It may be a 32-hour slog on a regular flight from the UK but the kind of folk who book will be arriving in a private plane anyway (Laucala has its own airstrip). Most expensive room? The Hilltop Estate How much you say? If you have to ask, you can’t afford it (but rumoured to be around the £34k mark) What do you get? Perched at the very top of the island, this is like your own mini village with 360 degree views of the island, three bedrooms and 11000 square metres of private space. You've got two swimming pools, lush tropical gardens, a thatch-roofed library, outdoor pavilions, a private kitchen and personal staff including a chef, chauffeur and nanny. Extra treats? If you can bear to tear yourself away from all that, you can gallop along the beach on one of the resort’s horses, mess around on one of their boats- and even a submarine - or play a few rounds of golf. Who stays? Ludacris, Oprah Winfrey, Elle MacPherson, Tony Hawke

Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace

Owned by celebrity chef/hotelier Nobu Matsuhisa, the Nobu Hotel is an oasis of Asian zen-like calm in bright and brash Vegas. Part of the massive Caesar’s Palace, right on the Strip, it has only 182 rooms, which is practically a cottage by Vegas mega-hotel standards. Most expensive room? Nobu Villa, $35,000 a night What do you get? The Villa is 10,500-square-feet of stylish, David Rockwell-designed space, with fire and water features, a barbecue pit, its own elevator, a private terrace with a spa tub, a steam room and a zen garden. And if you have bagged the master bedroom, you get your own massage room en suite. Extra treats? 24 hour butler, full board, limo airport transfers and a free bar. Who stays? Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran

The Setai, Miami

Set right on South Beach, The Setai is a haven of peace away from the buzz of the city. The hotel has 141 rooms, split between the 1936 Vanderbilt Art Deco building and one of Miami’s tallest skyscrapers. Most expensive room? The Penthouse, £33,000 What do you get? The 10,000 sq ft Penthouse suite takes up the entire top floor of the 40-story ocean front glass tower. You’ll find your own rooftop pool, a Jacuzzi, four bedrooms, a butler’s room, a music room and a Sub Zero & Wolf (the Rolls Royce of the culinary world) bespoke kitchen. Extra treats? Bose Wave system, a Digital entertainment and Information system, Frette linen, and, if you have a spare $560, there’s Tsar Imperial Beluga Caviar on the room service menu. Who stays? The Kardashians, Britney Spears, David Beckham, Beyoncé, Jay-Z

BVLGARI Resort & Residences, Dubai

On its own private, man-made island, with a lovely white sand beach, the resort is accessed by a 300-metre bridge from the mainland. The low-rise, European-style design b, courtesy of y Italian architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, is a stylish change from all Dubai’s futuristic skyscrapers. Most expensive room? Villa Dubai, £33,573 What do you get? The cherry on the resort’s very elegant cake is the three bedroom Bulgari villa, taking up over 1000 sq metres with its gardens and three bedroom interior. You have your own private beach, personal security guard, a beautiful oval pool lined with cabanas, indoor Jacuzzi, with furniture by B&B Italia, home cinema with 65 inch screen, a private gym and a hammam. Extra treats? If you have your own yacht – and let’s face it, at these prices you probably do – then you can moor it right out front in Bulgari’s very first yacht club and marina. Who stays? Bella Hadid, Alicia Vikander, Jon Kartajarena

Royal Mansour, Marrakech

Commissioned specially by King Mohammed VI, the Royal Mansour is built in the style of a medina with 53 riads - each with their own pool and staff- spaced out over 1.5 acres of exotic gardens. Most expensive suite? The Grand Riad, £30,000 a night What do you get? This palace within a palace covers 1800 square metres, and has sweeping views of the Medina and the distant Atlas Mountains. You have your own private garden, an 11-metre pool, a huge roof terrace on two levels, one with a tented lounge and dining area, a billiards room, private lift, a hammam, a home cinema, a fitness room, and butlers on hand to pander to your every whim. Who stays? Staff are sworn to secrecy but a quick Insta-snoop reveals Izable Goulart and Jessica Alba are fans.

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