Ahad, 7 Jun 2015

10 Hotel Paling Mahal Di Dunia

Kalau on holiday, sudah tentu kita akan the best hotel yang boleh kita menginapkan BUT sudah tentulah dalam bajet kita. Kalau bajet setakat 100 ringgit jea sehari lepas tu nak stay kat yang berbintang-bintang memang penatlah.

Untuk kali nih, aku nak kongsi hotel yang paling mahal didunia. Harga per night toksah nak cerita lah. Makan gaji setahun pun tak lepas lagi nak bayar.

Jom kita start cuci mata. Kita mula dari yang less hingga ke the most expensive...

10.The Royal Penthouse, Corinthia Hotel, London

Price: £22,000
The views from the Corinthia’s Royal Penthouse terrace include Big Ben, Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s, the London Eye and the Thames. If you’re not distracted by the views, there’s a private spa suite, wine cellar and fridge stocked with goods from Harrods. Interiors are filled with specially commissioned British art, mirrors that morph into television screens, and lots of velvet and silk.
9.Two Storey Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
 Price: £22,531 on weekends, £12,893 in the week
Nowhere will you find a cantilevered, glass-enclosed swimming pool except in Las Vegas. It even overlooks The Strip. The Palms Casino Resort’s Two Storey Sky Villa also has a dry sauna, 24-hour butler service and a glass lift. Fan of basketball? Check into the hotel’s Hardwood Suite which has a full court (from £16,108 per night). 

 8.Presidential Suite, St Regis, New York 
Price: £22,539
Modelled on a Fifth Avenue apartment, with an imagined globetrotting owner, the St Regis’ Presidential Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Fifth Avenue. As well as the usual offerings – deep tubs, mirror TVs, butler service – the suite also allows guests access to the hotel’s Day & Night Bentley Fleet.

7. Amanyara Villa at Amanyara in the Turks & Caicos 

Price: £22,540
The Amanyara Villa in Turks & Caicos combine indoor and outdoor living: think a black infinity pool, day beds and outdoor showers and baths. Rooms are serviced by cooks, housekeepers, and come with golf buggies, so getting around the 18,000 acre nature reserve, in which the Amanyara resort is based, shouldn’t be a problem. The rate does not include local tax and service charge.

6.Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, Cannes
 Price: £27,416
The Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez has had a rich and long history, with many-a-star staying under its blue-tinged sign during film festivals past – and we bet the Penthouse Suite has seen a thing or two. The suite, which is one of the largest in Europe, overlooks the Boulevard de la Croisette, the Bay of Cannes, and the hotel’s private beach (the largest in Cannes).

5.Shahi Mahal Suite, Raj Palace, Jaipur 
 Price: £28,595
Expect nothing less than a suite fit for a Maharaja at the Raj Palace, which was an actual palace built in the 1700s. The four-floor Shahi Mahal Suite, which is accessed through a private entrance through the Charbagh gardens, is decorated in gold-leaf and ivory. It also has a theatre, library and roof terrace with whirlpool tub.

4.The Palace, Jumeirah Bodrum Palace, Bodrum 
Price: £28,872
There are more bathrooms than bedrooms in Jumeirah Bodrum Palace’s most bling-tastic offering: The Palace. Expect gold lion statues in the pool, a private pier and its own hammam.

3.Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji
 Price: £34,086
Described as a ‘resort within a resort’, the Hilltop Villa perches atop Laucala’s high green hills. It's got panoramic views from its lap pool, unusual design and verdant, landscaped gardens. There’s access to a nanny, private cook and chauffeur, as well as the opportunity to explore the plantations and beaches on the estate’s Fijian horses.

2.Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons, New York 
Price: £36,956
The Ty Warner Penthouse is the highest hotel suite in New York city. Designed by I.M Pei and Peter Marino, it is a lesson in elegance: artesan materials are used throughout the rooms, including hand-applied straw, stamped Venetian velvet, Chinese onyx and Japanese silk. The glass-balconies (there are four) and floor-to-ceiling windows mean uninterrupted, 360-degree views. 

1.Owner’s Villa, Cheval Blanc Randheli, Maldives 

Price: Price upon request
A sign of true oligarchy comes in three words: ‘price upon request’. Such is the pricetag at LVMH’s Maldivian hotel, Cheval Blanc Randheli. The Jean Michel Gathy-designed, four-bedroom Owner’s Villa is on its own private island and has a 25-metre swimming pool, dedicated chefs, an outdoor shower... and Guerlain products.


Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva 

Price: £53,000
The most expensive hotel room on our list (and quite possibly, the world), is the Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva. For more than £50,000 per night, you can lounge on a 1,700 square-metre terrace with views of the mountain-lined Lake Geneva, play a Steinway grand piano, wash in your pick of 12 marble bathrooms and sleep soundly behind bulletproof glass.

Sumber :  www.telegraph.co.uk/travel