The most expensive hotels in the world (photo, video)

Five-star Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi (UAE) was submitted to the Guinness Book of Records in 2012 as the most expensive place for vacations.

Official video of the hotel:

For the most expensive vacation package in the world, Emirates Palace offers the “once-in-a-lifetime” seven-night experience for two in the Palace Suite, 680-square meters. The package costs $1 million per week and includes first-class airline tickets, a chauffeur-driven Maybach, a personal butler, daily spa treatments, day trips via private jet, dive fishing, exclusive tour of the Persian Gulf in the sunset and daily gifts, among them – specially created for the Emirates Palace Gold Champagne, jewellery made of selected pearls from Robert Wang for lady and collectible hunting rifle from Holland Sporting Guns – for gentleman.

Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi

Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi

Overall, the hotel has 302 rooms and 92 suites, 16 of them are Palace Suites on the sixth and seventh floors. 22 three-bedroom suites are reserved for hosting Heads of State or Government, and during the official visits Ukrainian presidents Viktor Yuschenko and Viktor Yanukovych also stayed there.

The cost of staying begins from $400 per night for the cheapest Coral Room in the low season.

In 2010 EmiratesPalace set the record when in its hall there was installed the world’s most expensive Christmas tree, decorated with precious stones – diamonds, pearls, emeralds, sapphires, gold and silver balls and others. The Christmas tree cost the hotel $11 million.

In May 2009, EmiratesPalace set the machine that sells gold bars of different weights, Department of Tourism Abu Dhabi reports.


And the most expensive hotel in the world by value of the building is the 5-star  Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel tour:

It was opened in February 2011 after four years of construction.

Marina Bay Sands features three 55-storey (200 m high) towers which are connected by a 12.4 square meters sky terrace similar to gondola with gardens and swimming pools on the roof, named Sands SkyPark.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

The main Infinity swimming pool has a 150-metre vanishing edge perched 191 metres above the ground, that produces a visual effect of water extending to the horizon, vanishing, or extending to “infinity”.

The Infinity pool and the rooms with floor to ceiling windows reveal stunning views on the most beautiful part of Singapore – Marina Bay.

Infinity-pool of Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

Infinity-pool of Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

The roof of the “gondola” is so big that it can fit three football fields. There are 250 trees and 650 different plants in the tropical garden.

The hotel is also compared to the ship because at the foot of three towers are constructed the buildings similar to waves.

The hotel has 2,500 rooms, shopping center, conference hall, two theaters, a museum and several restaurants. This building had cost the investors $5.7 billion

The cheapest price for staying in a double room per night is $290 on

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