The most expensive hotel room in the world costs over £100,000 a night
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If you’ve got a seriously deep set of pockets, you could spend a night – or two, why not? – in the world’s most expensive hotel room, living the life of luxury surrounded by priceless art.
OK, the first thing to note here is that this is probably out of the price-range of 99.9 percent of people reading this – Hi Elon, if you’re here! – but it’s still interesting to see how the other half live, isn’t it?
We are talking – as you’ve probably guessed – about Las Vegas.
In Sin City, there’s a hotel room that is so lavish that it costs a cool $100,000 to stay for just one night.
To be fair, once you’re in there, you’ll have an experience that you probably can’t get anything like anywhere else.
But is that unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime opportunity worth the cheddar?
You’ll have to be the judge.
It’s called the Empathy Suite and it was designed by renowned British artist Damien Hirst, as well as architecture firm Bentel & Bentel, coming straight out of New York City.
Hirst is known for his expensive and elaborate artworks, which often use many diamonds just to drive up the price.
Oh, and he also pickles a number of animals in formaldehyde, such as sharks.
Naturally, there’s one of those artworks in the room, replete with no less than two taxidermy sharks.
The rest of it isn’t quite so macabre though, with many of the finishings coming in chrome and glass.
You’ve got a wonderful view of the city from the windows, and the suite has two floors and even a private swimming pool therein.
The whole suite occupies an area of 836 square metres and also boasts a cinema, a 13 seater bar, and a lounge capable of hosting 52 guests.
There’s a dining room, two large bedrooms, huge amounts of storage, and a spa with massage and fitness rooms.
Continuing on – because there’s a lot going on here – there’s also a jacuzzi and a fleet of employees to help out.
Amongst them is a 24-hour butler service, as well as a chauffeur and bar staff.
As this is in Las Vegas, there’s also A-list level access to the casino, as well as VIP access to the KAOS Dayclub and Nightclub and the Pearl Concert Theater.
In the price, you also get $10,000 worth of credit at the casino resort, and if you have a credit card worth more than $1,000,000 at the casino, you can use the suite for free.
Still, that’s not really free, is it?
Anyway, it’s a rhetorical question, because the vast majority of us will never be able to afford such luxury.
Oh well, it’s nice to have a little look.