Earlier this month the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam launched The Mayor‘s Residence, the most expensive hotel room in the Netherlands. It costs almost 25,000 euros per night, but then you also have something.
Imagine, the morning starts at your own accredited Guerlain Spa, including treatments and massages. Afterwards you will fly up and down to Zeeland by helicopter, where you will pick oysters together with Star Chef Sidney Schutte and then return to enjoy a private dinner. Sounds like a perfect day, doesn’t it? These are just a few examples of what the new Mayor‘s Residence in Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam has to offer. This residence can accommodate 15 people and is spread over three floors with nine large rooms and suites. For €24,450 you can book an overnight stay in the most expensive hotel in the Netherlands. This palace on the Amsterdam canal will include a butler, housekeeper and own chef and is therefore considered the most expensive hotel room in Amsterdam.
Spicy hotel rooms can also be booked outside the country’s borders. See below the 6 other most expensive hotel rooms in the world
6) Penthouse Suite in the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez; Cannes, Southern France
During the annual Cannes Film Festival, the Penthouse Suite in the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez even occasionally sleeps Hollywood stars. These celebrities then pay over €27,000 per night. For this money you can enjoy real luxury with a view over the bay of Cannes.
5) The Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
For €30,000 per night you will stay at this resort on a private island paradise in Fiji. What you get for that? A private chef, a babysitter and one of the most beautiful swimming pools in the world.
4) Maharajah‘s Pavillion in Raj Palace; Jaipur, India
The city of Jaipur is known for its impressive architecture and this hotel is no exception. In the old palace is the Maharajah’s Pavillon with a total area of no less than 16,000 square metres. The second floor of the suite was the ruler‘s private floor and overlooks the courtyards of the palaces and gardens. For €34,000 per night this suite even has a private museum with the old throne of the king as its highlight.
3) Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel; New York, United States
The construction of the Ty Warner Penthouse Suite took no less than seven years, but then you have something. For about €40,000 per night you can look 360 degrees across the city. In addition, the room has four glass balconies, a continuous waterfall and a piano.
2) Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson; Geneva, Switzerland
For a night in the Royal Penthouse Suite on the entire top floor of the President Wilson hotel, you’ll be paying around €70,000. What does the hotel give you for that? A private lift and a terrace with views of Lake Geneva and the Alps, for example. Furthermore, the suite has its own billiards, library and coktail room. Also striking is that the windows are made of bulletproof glass. Reservations can only be made directly through the hotel‘s director.
1) Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, America
Compared to this hotel room in Las Vegas, the above hotel rooms seem like a ‘bargain‘. For a night in this suite of over 800 square metres you pay €90,000. You’ll get a view of the famous Strip, a swimming pool, jacuzzi, butler service and €10,000 to spend at the casino. In addition, the rooms in this suite are designed by artist Damien Hirst.
Look, and so the coronation restrictions that prevent us from travelling to all these hotels still have advantages: this way we can save money!