A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Facilities provided may range from a modest-quality mattress in a small room to large suites with bigger, higher-quality beds, a dresser, a fridge and other kitchen facilities, upholstered chairs, a flat screen television and en-suite bathroom.

Well, certainly not too much if you have the cash to pay for it. Here then are the ten most expensive hotels in the world that would make you wish that vacation would last forever.

So Let’s Check Out The Top 3 Most Expensive Hotels in the World.


1) The Grand Resort Lagonissi

Location : Athens, Greece
Price : $47,527 per night

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It has an amazing view of the sunset, with a glass panel allowing an unobstructed look. Yes, the view extends even from the bathtub, what with its remote-operated blinds. It has a heated pool, a sauna, your own private beach and an extremely comfortable and adjustable bed. If you need service, you can call on the butler to ask your own private chef to prepare your meal while the pianist performs relaxing music.

2) Palms Casino Resort Hotel

Location : Las Vegas, Nevada
Price : $38,070 per night

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929-square-meter Hugh Hefner Suite at the Palms Casino Resort Hotel, You will have your own butler, even as you enjoy the rotating bed topped by a mirrored ceiling. You can even enjoy a view of Las Vegas while relaxing in the Jacuzzi.

3) Four Seasons Hotel

Location : Manhattan, New York
Price : $32,370 per night

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New York never sleeps, and this hotel will allow you to enjoy every minute of your stay with an amazing room that features a full panorama of the city. The Penthouse has nine rooms. You need not to worry, because you will have your own butler to run around for you.


Do you KNOW ?

The largest chain of hotels is the Inter-Continental Hotels, with 4600 hotels and above 674,000 rooms.


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