To many of us, the extent of luxury is splurging on a fancy meal, buying an outfit worth five grand or some such. But there are places out there that change the way we look at luxury as a concept altogether. There are hotels around the world that would cost more than a year's salary for us to spend one night in. The absolute cream of the hospitality business. And we have a collection of the very best rooms at those hotels right here. Presenting, 14 of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. Stays that would do far more than burn a hole in one's pocket. But read on to know exactly what makes them an experience almost exclusively within the reach of royalty. Grand Penthouse at The Mark in New York City, US. Average price per night: â‚¹59.23 lakhs Spread over the top two floors of this expansive hotel, the 1,115 sq. mt. Grand Penthouse is the ultimate sinful luxury stay money can buy. Its five bedrooms with custom-made furniture, a library lounge, two wet bars and a dining room that could easily fit a party of 24, sit under a towering ceiling. You're brought to the breathtaking views of New York City from the regal terrace garden in a private elevator.
World class chef Jean-Georges, who operates the hotelâ€™s signature restaurant, can prepare a special romantic menu served on the terrace. If that weren't enough, in-suite hair styling by FreÂ´deÂ´ric Fekkai Salon and round-the-clock suit tailoring from Bergdorf Goodman is made available for penthouse guests.
Average price per night: â‚¹41.23 lakhs
The two-storey suite has panoramic views over Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps and 12 palatial bedrooms complete with 12 marble bathrooms, a Steinway grand piano and a display of strikingly expensive artworks. The 2 luxurious master bedrooms have each got vast walk-in dressing and a marble bathroom with Jacuzzi facing the lake and a separate shower and steam.