The most expensive hotels in the world

@Grand Hyatt Martinez

Many people still think that the seven-star Burj Al Arab sail hotel is the most expensive in the world, but this is no longer the case. The list of hotels with the maximum price for accommodation changes every year, new ones appear, but the old ones keep their mark. If a couple of years ago the hospitable complexes of Turkey could boast of a place in the list of the most expensive hotels, now they don’t. In this article we will talk about the most luxurious and expensive hotels in the world.

Haute Couture Suite at @Plaza Athenée, France

Plaza Athenée, France

Not just a luxury hotel, but a world-class cultural phenomenon with a hundred-year history and an incredible constellation of famous artists, musicians, artists, and fashion designers. Opening in 1913, the Plaza Athenèe was already designed to be a success. Designed by respected architect Charles Lefebvre, location very close to the Champs Elysées, the best view from the windows in Paris, the highest level of service – this was the expectation at the beginning. And only then this place acquired such a history and such names that it is simply incorrect to call it something other than a palace.

In 1946, Christian Dior opened his first boutique here, on Avenue Montaigne, counting on the guests of the Plaza Athenèe. He was a regular customer and held many photo shoots of his new collections as well as their glamorous runway shows at the hotel. So Avenue Montaigne became known to the whole world as “Avenue of Fashion”. And in the 60s, this place was especially popular with movie stars of all kinds, because it was the golden age of cinema.

@Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE

Burj Al Arab in Dubai, UAE

The most famous hotel in the Emirates, which everyone seems to know already. Children learn about it in geography lessons. For adults, this is the first image that pops up in the minds at the mention of Dubai. Of course, the lion’s share of the success of this project is the shape of the hotel and its location. Settled inside the bay on a man-made island not far from the coast and having the shape of a traditional sailing boat, the building became a symbol of the poor fishermen who once lived in these places. This image of a ship in the bay has sunk into the soul of tourists from all over the world so much that now there are no empty rooms in the hotel.

Even the status of the world’s first seven-star hotel does not attract tourists as much as the fact that they will live in a sail. 23 years have passed since the opening, all the millionaires have already been here, and more than once. Maybe that’s why the price of living here has decreased somewhat compared to previous years.

@Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA

Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA

The Palms Casino Resort made history as the first resort in Las Vegas to be wholly owned and operated by an Indian tribe. The luxury hotel occupies two separate towers with 766 hotel rooms and suites, a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, entertainment and gambling in one of the world’s most luxurious 9,000 square meter casinos.

Vegas is the place where people come specifically to spend money. Of course, the hotel is no longer visited because of the view from the room, but to surrender to the passion for gambling. Such an abundance of luxury slot machines cannot be found anywhere else. Only in the main hall there are a little more than one and a half thousand. But there are still lower floors with automatic machines of higher rates. Wealthy people usually prefer the more traditional roulette, baccarat, blackjack and poker. Palm Casino is considered the best blackjack in Vegas. Interesting offers with casino games can also be found online using TonyBet login.

@Grand Hyatt Martinez in Cannes, France

Grand Hyatt Martinez in Cannes, France

The most luxurious hotel on the French Riviera, opened almost a hundred years ago, and today does not lose its luster and inspires, infects with a thirst for life and remains the most valuable pearl of this coast. Interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon worked on updating the look of the hotel, remaining true to the basic principle – hedonism, love not only for life, but also for the sea, the coast, the Croisette.

Penthouse Pierre-Yves Rochon created, inspired by the theme of cinema. It is not for nothing that in this rather big space, a division into female and male parts, called the Actor and the Actress, was conceived. The rooms are filled with works of art by famous Europeans.

@Grand Hyatt Martinez in Cannes, France