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TOP 5 Most Expensive Hotels

Here’s a list of the TOP5 most expensive hotels.

1. Palms Casino Resort

The Palms Casino Resort has just completed one of Las Vegas’ most ambitious transformations. A gorgeous, property-wide $690 million renovation, bringing with it the next era of entertainment in sin city; from the resort’s collection of new award-winning restaurants, to expanded gaming spaces, luxurious rooms and suites, one-of-a-kind entertainment venues, a museum-worthy contemporary art program and world-class musical residencies.

2. The Mark

Located on New York’s Upper East Side in a beautiful 1927 landmark building, is The Mark hotel, which combines nostalgic comfort, modern design, and an exceptional level of personal service. Drawing on the expertise of an extraordinary group of talents from the designer, to a Michelin Star chef, the world’s most celebrated hairstylist, and a visionary hotel manager.

3. Hotel Martinez

Located in Cannes, The Hôtel Martinez embodies the light-heartedness of the Côte d'Azur and the Mediterranean lifestyle, known for a warm and friendly atmosphere. Inspired by the legendary Art Deco style of the hotel in the 1930's and the colors of the French Riviera, the 409 rooms and suites are an ode to the Riviera style, creating a “Mediterranean dream.”

4. Hotel President Wilson

Hotel President Wilson is one of the most popular spots in Geneva, facing the magical scene that is the Mont-Blanc. There you can discover a culture of service reflecting the Genevan lifestyle and fine Swiss heritage. With large bay-windows offering a panoramic view over Lake Leman, all 204 Rooms and 22 Suites of the luxury hotel combine comfort and timeless elegance. Enjoy Spa La Mer and Michelin star cuisine from famous Chef Michel Roth.

5. Laucala Island

Laucala Island in Fiji is where no expense has been spared for an exclusive tropical hideaway. 25 Fijian-styled villas are set among coconut plantations, beside deserted beaches and atop the island’s volcanic mountains, overlooking rich coral reefs and endless green jungle.

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