The strength and confidence of super-luxurious hotel suites these days that demand a breathtaking price per night are worthy of notice. Maybe they never go empty over the weekend even with the hefty price tag or maybe they just don’t want to stoop below their standards. Hotel Martinez Presidential Suite in Paris, France asks for a price of $53,000 a night while Switzerland’s President Wilson Hotel Royal Penthouse Suite needs you to cough up a price of $37,000 for facilities like a cocktail lounge, a library, and billiards room. Staying in Europe, we have Grand Resort Lagonissi Royal Villa in Attica, Greece that is along the sea coast and uses this pretext of healthy salty air to charge you $35,000 a night. Now that isn’t really all that bad, especially if you consider the private marina and the private beach that you are entitled to.
Moving back home we have the Palms Resort Hugh Hefner Sky Villa that costs $40,000 for a night. It treats you with a Jacuzzi, a personal massage room, a sauna, and a rotating bed among other comforts. You also have an open terrace to breathe the pleasant night air. And finally, we have the Four Seasons New York Ty Warner Penthouse that provides you with a stunning all-angle view of Manhattan through the floor to ceiling windows. It has a classical library that’s illuminated with a glittering bronze LaLanne chandelier. It has a Zen garden and a Thai canopy bed among other comforts. After you pay the $30,000 bill you can be dropped off to the airport either in a Rolls Royce Phantom or a Mercedes Maybach. It’s all your choice baby!