Take a tour of the world’s most expensive hotel room
Join us on a tour of the world’s most expensive hotel room, designed by artist Damian Hirst
The Palms infamous Palms Resort Las Vegas may be luxurious and decedent, but it is not where you would expect to find the world’s most expensive hotel room. After all the UAE has an underwater hotel on the sea floor.
But at a minimum rate of $100’000 USD per night and a minimum night stay of 2 nights, the $200’000 USD minimum spend makes this room the most expensive hotel room in the world currently available to the public.
The room covers two entire floors with panoramic views over the Vegas Strip and includes double sided televisions, pool tables, a balcony swimming pool, full sized bar, kitchen, multiple lounges, two bedrooms and a secret butler’s entrance. The room also comes with optional chief, butler, bar tender and chauffeur. (Not all included in the minimum room rate).
Oh and the room is theme on medical waste, sharks and butterflies, all designed by Damian Hirst and featuring multiple one of a kind bespoke art works by the world famous artist. Although some of the medical themed installations may not be to everyone’s tastes.
What makes this hotel stand out even more, the price spread; right now via booking agents the cheapest room in the hotel is just $56 USD for one night stay. To be in the same hotel as the $200’000 USD minimum spend suit.
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