Most expensive hotels

A list of the top expensive hotels has been released:

Four Seasons, New York
Located in the Big Apple, the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel boasts floor-to-ceiling windows offering a 360-degree view of Manhattan. The suite comes with its own indoor-outdoor Zen garden, infinity-edge bathtub and private spa. The suite also includes the services of a personal trainer/therapist to help you work out. Not to mention your own personal butler, and private chauffeur to ensure you get to wherever you need to go in your choice of Rolls-Royce or Mercedes. And all for around £23,000 per night!

Ritz-Carlton, Moscow
The Ritz Carlton Suite in Moscow is the place to stay for the rich and famous. The suite is furnished with floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic views of the Kremlin, Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral. You’ll be surrounded by luxury with marble baths, a living room with grand piano and beautiful Russian imperial furnishings. The Ritz Carlton Suite is available from £10,500 per night.

Burj Al Arab, Dubai
With its distinctive “billowing sail” architecture, its position on its own man-made island and reputation for being just a tad shorter than the Empire State Building, the Burj Al Arab certainly looks the part. And with its glittery gold, Versace-designed decor and underwater restaurant that is reached by submarine, it certainly has the wow factor. Book one of the Royal Suites and you’ll be whisked to the hotel by Rolls-Royce from the airport, where you’ll enjoy your own private cinema, rotating bed and whirlpool bath with Hermes bath products – plus your own butler to tend to your every need. For an additional charge, you’ll be provided with a chauffeur-driven Rolls or helicopter to take you wherever you wish to go. All for a royal £11,800 per night.

The Atlantis, Bahamas
The Bridge Suite forms the bridge between the two Royal towers of the Atlantis hotel overlooking the incredible views of the resort and marina. You’ll have ten rooms at your disposal, including two bedrooms, a living room and dining room. You’ll also have your own private kitchen, which comes with its own chef, butler. For its more musical guests, there’s an entertainment centre with bar and piano. Setting you back a cool £14,500 per night.

The Westin Excelsior, Rome
The Villa La Cupola suite, located on the fifth and sixth floors of the Westin Excelsior hotel, overlooks the Via Veneto and gets its name from the 12m-high, domed roof it is situated beneath. Further Roman touches can be found in the Pompeiian style Jacuzzi, complete with mosaic floors. The suite also offers a private cinema, fitness room, sauna and steam bath, plus a 24-hour butler service and private limo airport transfers. What’s more, you’ll also have access to the suite’s private wine cabinet, with over 150 wines to choose from! All for around £20,400 per night.

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* Premium £40.26 includes Insurance Premium Tax based on an adult aged under 55 taking out a “Standard” Annual Multi-trip 24/7 travel insurance policy for Europe travel excluding personal possessions cover. Cover details and prices are correct at time of going to press (August 2010) and are subject to change.