Ever wonder what it feels like to bathe in the biggest bathroom in Beijing? Or how about what the panoramic views look like from the highest priced hotel room in the Paris? For the mega rich and famous, these million dollar amenities come standard wherever they stay. But they aren't just reserved for the celebrities and billionaires of the world...anyone with deep enough pockets can bask in the ludicrous luxury and extreme exorbitance of some of the most expensive accommodations on the planet. So from private island getaways to posh penthouses, here is a rundown of the most extravagant hotel rooms in the world that you can actually stay in - that is, if you can afford it!
Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons, NY
Towering 500 feet above Manhattan on Billionaire’s Row, the sumptuous Penthouse Suite is an architectural marvel accomplished by visionaries I.M. Pei, Peter Marino and Ty Warner. This extravagant suite - named one of the top five most expensive hotel rooms in the world - takes up 4,300 sq. ft. inside the illustrious Ty Warner Hotel and has one of the most magnificent bedrooms in all of North America, with unbeatable views of Manhattan and a $65,000 bed with actual gold woven into the bedding! Every detail of this lavish apartment is oozing elegance, from the rare furnishings and hand-picked priceless art on the walls to the private spa with a dedicated masseuse and four glass cantilevered balconies overlooking the gorgeous skyline. Of course, no billionaire New York experience would be complete without a private chauffeur, who will take you anywhere you want in a badass Rolls Royce as long as you're staying at the Penthouse.
Delana Hilltop Estate at Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
Located atop the lush Nawi Mountain landscape on Luacala island, the Delana Hilltop Estate is a private residence occupied by the billionaire owner and founder of Red Bull, Dietrich Mateschitz. Although he owns this exclusive mountain top retreat in Fiji, Dietrich is known for occasionally renting out his remote player pad to a few lucky guests here and there. The rustic Fijian retreat may have thatched roofs, but guests are hardly roughing it in 20,000 sq. ft. of handsomely furnished indoor/outdoor living space that includes a library, private infinity pool with attached waterfall and large master bedroom with a solid wood soaking tub. Those who actually get pre-approved to stay in Dietrich’s suite also get access to the island’s many outdoor adventure activities as well as a private cook, chauffeur and their very own private airstrip - in case you decide to pack your personal jet.
Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Settled on the shores of Lake Geneva, the President Wilson Hotel is the epitome of excess, with unparalleled views of Switzerland and hands down the most luxurious amenities in Europe. The President Wilson’s Royal Penthouse Suite - tied with The Mark’s Grand Penthouse for the world's most expensive hotel - has hosted heads of state, distinguished dignitaries and legendary artists from around the world. This massive 18,000 sq. ft. penthouse pad has 12 well-appointed bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms and a wraparound terrace that offers panoramic views of the Alps and pristine Lake Geneva. Inside, guests can host huge dinner parties in the dining room with the help of a private butler, play on the same Steinway that has seen the likes of Rihanna and Michael Jackson, watch TV on a formidable Bang & Olufson flat screen and feel totally secure behind bulletproof glass and steel-enforced entries.