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5 Hotels with the Most Expensive Staycation Fees in the World, Some are IDR 1.4 M Per Night


Rachel Vennya visits the Burj Al-Arab while on holiday in Dubai. Photo: Instagram @rachelvennya
Hotel become one of the most important accommodations for travelers when traveling. Lodging has various types that distinguish facilities, room types, and prices.
The difference in this type of lodging also follows the type of vacation taken. Usually tourists who have a big budget will choose hotels with high prices and 5 stars just for the sake of staycation.

Not only facilities, 5-star hotels also have world-class luxury facilities that offer a sultan-style stay experience. There is money and goods, world-class luxury hotels are even priced up to hundreds of millions per night.

So, where are the most luxurious hotels with the most expensive lodging prices in the world?

The Red and White Flag on the Burj Al Arab in Dubai UAE. Photo: Indonesian Embassy in Abu Dhabi
Dubai is home to luxury hotel in the world, one of which is the Burj Al-Arab. Burj Al-Arab is a seven-star luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The skyscraper hotel stands majestically on an artificial island in Dubai.

To stay at this 7-star hotel, tourists have to pay a fee of IDR 395 million per night. The hotel, which was built in 1999, has become the largest super deluxe hotel in the world.

Based in downtown Manhattan, The Plaza has been one of New York’s most prized landmarks since 1969. For 100 years, the hotel has hosted world-class guests, from dignitaries, Hollywood royalty, to world leaders.

To stay in the Royal Suite room at The Plaza, tourists are required to spend IDR 564 million per night. This suite features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a lounge, a separate dining area that can accommodate up to 12 people, and a fitness room.

From the bedroom, you have a spectacular view of Fifth Avenue.

3. Emirates Palace, Dubai

Located in the heart of Abu Dhabi, Emirates Palace is the world’s most luxurious hotel with an all-gold interior. The hotel offers stunning views of the Arabian Gulf coast.

The hotel provides guests with a private beach area of ​​1.3 kilometers. So, guests feel like staying on a private island.

Emirates Palace is priced from 975 UAE dirhams or Rp 3.8 million per night to 21,750 UAE dirhams or around Rp 86 million per night.

Emirates Palace has 394 rooms and suites, 40 meeting and conference rooms, white sandy beaches, myriad swimming pools and fountains, two luxurious spas, marble imported from 13 different countries and more than 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers.

4. The Hilltop Villa, Fiji

Hilltop Villa is a hidden paradise that only the rich can visit. The hotel, which is located on Laucala Island, Fiji, is priced at US$45,000 or equivalent to Rp. 654 million per night.

The first villa, “The Delana” features a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, library, living room and large private pool. Then a hot tub and a solid wood soaking tub.

The second villa, “The Dua”, has similar specifications, but has two bedrooms with sliding doors in all rooms.

Lastly, “The Rua” has a separate living room and large private pool and is the second largest villa of the three available villa types.

Located near the Las Vegas Strip, The Palms is the most expensive hotel in the world. This hotel offers Empathy Suite rooms at a price of 100,000 US dollars, or about 1.4 billion.

For the cost of a staycation for one house in Jakarta, this hotel provides facilities in the form of two master bedrooms, a massage table, a cantilevered jacuzzi overlooking the Las Vegas strip, a relaxation room, and a private tour of the facilities and art collections. This hotel suite is tailor-made for art lovers.

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