Hotels

These are the world’s most expensive hotel rooms

Seeing as though Aussies’ international jaunts this year are going to have to take place in our imagination, we’ve found some stunning inspiration for your clients’ accommodation fantasies.

The fancy folk over at the Luxury Bed Co has used data from Booking.com to compile a list of the world’s most expensive hotel rooms, based on rooms with a double bed for two adults.

So, share this list with your clients so they can feast their eyes on this selection of ultra-luxe digs and integrate them into their travel-based daydreams:

1o. Baur au Lac, Zurich Switzerland ($6,912.04 per night)

9. The Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park, New York City, US ($7,231.25 per night)

8. Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Thailand ($7,595.80 per night)

7. Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest, Hungary ($7,916.83 per night)

6. Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens, Greece ($8,301.34 per night)

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How about a weekend getaway in #FSAthens to start the New Year right? With oversized floor-to-ceiling windows that invite in the golden Greek sunlight and the breathtaking views to the Aegean Sea, your room in Nafsika can be the place where you plan all your adventures for the year ahead #WakeUpWithFS #FourSeasons 📸 @gavriilux Τι λέτε για μία απόδραση αυτό το Σαββατοκύριακο για να ξεκινήσει καλά το νέο έτος; Με μεγάλα παράθυρα που προσκαλούν στο εσωτερικό το φωτεινό ελληνικό φως και την εκπληκτική θέα στο Αιγαίο, το δωμάτιό σας στο Nafsika μπορεί να είναι το μέρος όπου θα σχεδιάσετε όλες τις περιπέτειές της νέας χρονιάς!

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5. The Lanesborough Oetker Collection, London, UK ($8,805.55 per night)

4. City of Dreams Macau – Nuwa Macau, China ($10,187.59 per night)

3. D’Inghilterra Roma – Starhotels Collezione, Rome, Italy ($13,169.32 per night)

2. Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires City, Argentine ($14072.55 per night)

1. InterContinental Geneve, Switzerland ($16,553.70 per night)


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