Saturday, January 22, 2011

World's Most Expensive Hotel Rooms



1. Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel

Geneva

Cost: $65,000 a night. For a lofty price, guests can enjoy 18,083 square feet of luxurious accommodations overlooking sparkling Lake Geneva. Enter the marble bathroom and guests will find their own personal hot tub. By the way, you’ll be scrubbing up with Acqua di Parma bath products. Room service is 24 hours, and rumor has it, this suite is très secure -- with the ability to lockdown and watch suspicious hotel guests on closed-circuit TV. Of course there’s also satellite TV and a nearly limitless selection of movies and music. The suite also features a safe because if you can afford this room, you’ll be traveling with lots of treasures.




2. Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi

Athens

Cost: $45,000 a night. Nearly 4,500 square feet in size and overlooking the Aegean Sea, the Royal Villa drips with decadence. Several fireplaces, marble bathrooms and BVLGARI bath products, an indoor heated pool -- and outdoor one -- are just some of the amenities. Also at a guest's disposal is a staff of four -- one for personal training, another for spa treatments, a butler and a limo driver. And guests might even enjoy the exclusive service of flying to Athens by private jet, though certain conditions apply.