The world’s most expensive hotels

Here are a few hotels in case you’re in the mood for an expensive getaway.

Looking for an expensive holiday? Try these amazing hotels across the world, offering the best of luxury to guests.

Bulgari Resort and Residences, Dubai: Bulgari Hotel & Resorts, Dubai is located on the man-made Jumeira Bay, an island carved into the shape of a seahorse and connected to central Dubai coastline by a 300-meter bridge. It includes a private marina with 50 boat berths and the world’s first Bulgari Yacht Club with unparalleled views over the sea. There are 101 rooms and suites available, as well as 20 Bulgari villas with pool, garden, and sea views. The Bulgari Resort & Residences Dubai also has a lot to offer.

COMO Laucala Island, Fiji: The resort, which is located in the South Pacific, has 25 Residences in a unique, Eden-like setting. The lodging is tastefully mixed with the rainforests, white beach, and cobalt reef, giving it a sense of harmony. COMO also offers a variety of experiences to the table, ranging from sailing to soulful, island-sourced dining. You’ll find everything you’re looking for there! PARADISE = LAUCALA ISLAND.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: Rangali Island, home to the Conrad Maldives, is a beautiful island paradise. This premium resort embraces the Maldives as it was supposed to be – pure, quiet, and absolutely memorable – a lifetime away from the outside world. The magnificent Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is set on two different islands connected by a bridge and provides vast private villas. It has two award-winning spas and an all-glass underwater Ithaa Restaurant.

Four Seasons Hotel, New York: The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is located in the center of TriBeCa, where art meets architecture and is just steps away from the city’s most genuine neighborhoods. Whether you prefer to rejuvenate in the globally designed spa with a heated indoor pool or dine at CUT by famous celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, come and explore a new brand of urban elegance with them.

Hotel President Wilson, Geneva: This landmark hotel, nestled against the spectacular background of the Mont-Blanc, is one of the most modern locations in Geneva, facing Lake Geneva and minutes away from the most attractive parks and stores along the famous avenue du Rhône. Their 204 guest rooms and 22 suites are elegantly decorated and equipped, with exquisite furniture and sophisticated amenities.

The Mark Hotel, New York City: This boutique hotel contains The Mark Restaurant and is located in Manhattan, only one block from Central Park. Mark Hotel features a state-of-the-art gym and big guest rooms with an attractive style. The furniture is made of ebony and sycamore in each room. The Mark has a concierge desk where visitors may arrange for a variety of activities.

The Setai Hotel, Miami Beach: This resort provides yoga and tai-chi sessions right on the beach in Miami’s iconic Art Deco neighborhood. The suites are decorated in an Asian manner. Three infinity pools and a business center are available at Miami Beach Setai. Recommendations are provided from concierges. According to independent reports, this is the guests’ favorite portion of Miami Beach.