Many people traveling choose a room with standard requirements: a large bed, a TV, a bathroom, a small refrigerator and affordable WiFi.
And when traveling the richest people of the world, their needs are fundamentally different from the standard amenities ...
$ 15, 500 per night - Imperial Suite, Hotel Park Hyatt-Vendôme - Paris, France
Located on the second floor of the Park Hyatt-Vendôme, this imperial suite occupies an area of 230 squares. High ceilings, dining room, kitchen, bar. Tired of walking around Paris guests can relax in a private spa room located in the room. There is also a sauna, jacuzzi, massage table.
$ 16, 000 per night - Royal Suite, Hotel Four Seasons George V - Paris, France 3
$ 17, 500 per night - Royal Suite, Hotel Le Richemond - Geneva, Switzerland
Royal Suite Hotel Le Richemond re-opened the doors in 2007 after a long restoration of the seventh floor, and he takes all. The room is decorated with gold mosaics. A terrace of 90 square meters offer breathtaking views of Geneva and the surrounding Alps.
$ 18, 000 per night - Royal Suite, the hotel Burj Al Arab - Dubai, UAE
Two-storey suite, a huge staircase, marble floors, mahogany furniture, luxury rotating bed. Guests can enjoy the beauty products from Hermes, the flavors of the Faubourg, a lift in his own possession and a cinema. And in addition to all this, you will be given Rolls Royce with the driver, well, or a helicopter ...
$ 18, 200 per night - Ritz-Carlton suite hotel The Ritz-Carlton - Moscow, Russia
Floor-to-ceiling windows, magnificent furniture, heated floors, a grand piano and a library. 760 square meters with views of the Kremlin and Red Square. Five meals, a private energy supply system and secure telecommunications, approved by the KGB.
$ 25, 000 per night - Bridge Suite Hotel The Atlantis - Bahamas
Bridge Suite, which consists of 10 rooms in the hotel The Atlantis in the Bahamas resort is connected link between the two towers of the hotel. According to Forbes magazine in the suite stopped right honorable guests such as Oprah Winfrey (Oprah Winfrey) and Michael Jackson (Michael Jackson).
$ 33, 000 per night - Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel - Geneva, Switzerland
28th US President Woodrow Wilson (Woodrow Wilson) suffered from high blood pressure, so he thought highly tranquil setting of the Royal Penthouse suite at President Wilson Hotel. Located on the top floor, four-room suite can comfortably accommodate up to 40 guests in a cocktail lounge-room. This number is considered the best among the visiting Geneva for the UN demanding companions.
$ 34, 000 per night - Ty Warner Penthouse, Hotel Four Seasons - New York, USA
Glass walls, views of Manhattan at the 360 degrees of the highest hotel in New York. Nine-room suite, the walls are decorated with pearls, gold and platinum., Private butler, unlimited calls around the world, TV with all the channels from around the world.
$ 40, 000 per night - Hugh Hefner Sky Villa hotel Palms Casino Resort - Las Vegas, USA
Themed Suite Hugh Hefner (Hugh Hefner) in the style of Playboy's hotel Palms Casino Resort differs from other above luxury rooms Jacuzzi $ 700, 000 on a platform hanging over the city of Las Vegas. More than three thousand square meters, two floors, non-butler, and, of course, a rotating bed under a mirrored ceiling.
$ 50, 000 per night - Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi - Athens, Greece
Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi offers guests at the disposal of all that you can imagine and wish. The only people you meet, relaxing in the heated pool, sauna or on the secluded beach - a dedicated butler, chef and pianist.