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The 10 Most Extravagant Hotel Rooms in the World

You go to hotels to get away and to be pampered, but some hotels offer special rooms with a whole other level of pampering.

These exclusive suites and penthouses located around the world are for those guests willing to spend the highest prices to get the most luxurious treatment. We researched the most extravagant hotel rooms, which offer everything from unparalleled views to butler service and even your own helicopter.

Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

Royal Penthouse Suite Dining Room, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
Royal Penthouse Suite Dining Room, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland
Matteo Barro—Marriott International

The most expensive hotel room in the world starts at $80,000 per night, which is quite a bit higher than the median American annual income. Visiting the Swiss Alps might seem dreamy enough, but the ultra-premium way to do it gets you the entire top floor of the hotel, including 12 bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms, and a terrace with a sweeping look at the AlpsGuests have included Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.

Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York City

Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York City
Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel, New York City

Central Park is classic New York, and at the best room in The Mark Hotel, you get your own 2,500-square-foot terrace with expansive views of the park. The inside isn’t shabby either: At 12,000 square feet and $75,000 per nightit’s one of Manhattan’s most kingly living spaces. You also get famous chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s exclusive room service, so you don’t even have to step out for a high-end dinner.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York City

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York City
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York City

Just a bit pricier than The Mark Hotel penthouse, the Ty Warner room (starting at $50,000 per night) doesn’t offer the same amount of space, but the Four Seasons does give its most exclusive guests 360-degree views of Manhattanfrom four cantilevered glass balconies. That makes the Empire State Building observation deck look downright pedestrian.

Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes

Penthouse Suite Terrace, Grand Hyatt Cannes
Penthouse Suite Terrace, Grand Hyatt Cannes

You can travel quite literally like an A-list Hollywood star if you stay in the Grand Hyatt Cannes’ top-level room, a hot spot during the annual Cannes Film Festival. The $41,000-per-night, 17,976-square-foot suite has a massive terrace with views of the Boulevard de la Croisette, the bay, and the hotel’s private beach.