Whether you're looking for a bit of inspiration for your next trip or you're just having a little look into how the other half live, let's take a peek at some of the most luxurious, sought-after hotel rooms in the world. From breathtaking views of untouched land, to glass encased suites in the middle of the ocean, we explore a range of lavish destinations to suit those with a unrestrictive budget and a thirst for all things luxury.
This secluded suite is can be found at Oil Nut Bay in the British Virgins Islands, where guests can enjoy a remote getaway on their very own private island.
The Cliff Penthouse Suite is situated at the peak of the Atlantic Ridge, offering the most spectacular views of the Carribean sea, which can be enjoyed from your own private infinity pool embedded into the rocky coast.
The suite has a bright, airy king size bedroom which features a large glass door allowing guests to take in their stunning surroundings and gain instant access to the private terrace. An oversized lounge also awaits those staying at the Penthouse Suite, which is encased by frameless retractable glass, which brings even more of a light, open feel to the space.
From £1,750 a night.
This glorious suite is located in 225km² of unspoiled desert in Dubai’s protected conservation reserve, whose vast landscapes account for 5% of Dubai's total land.
During their stay, guests are welcomed to enjoy awe-inspiring views from their very own temperature controlled swimming pool, infinity plunge pool, jacuzzi and sauna before heading to the treatment room for some all-important pampering.
At the end of the day, you can head back to your beautiful suite, consisting of three large bedrooms and a spacious lounge, which both boast traditional, handcrafted furnishings and exquisite Arabian artifact displays.
£6,320.04 per night
The Apartment at the Connaught Hotel has been named the most engaging Penthouse suite in London. This luxury abode is located in Mayfair Village, just a stone’s throw from London’s famous Bond Street, where you can visit an array of some of the most elegant stores in the UK.
During your stay, you can enjoy some of the rarest, most stunning views in London, including a unique birds eye view over Carlos Place from your very own private balcony.
Every room in The Apartment has been meticulously designed by the award-winning interior architect David Collins, whose choice of soft tones and contrasting royal blues complement the finest fabrics that are used throughout this suite. And if that wasn’t enough, you will also be able to enjoy a range of magnificent original artworks that are on display throughout the suite.
£17,000 a night
The Beachfront spa luxury resort villa can be found on the unspoilt tropical paradise that is Rarotonga. This serene island offers unparalleled beauty and tranquility, making it the perfect destination for a spa break or honeymoon.
This spacious villa stretches out across two levels and has two large bedrooms with glorious four poster super king canopy beds. The villa also has two elegant marble bathrooms, with stunningly hand carved Italian mirrors.
During your time in this award winning villa, you will also have your own private tropical courtyard with a tranquil flowing waterfall, a swimming pool and a jacuzzi where you can relax and take in the peaceful surroundings and sensational views that the tropical lagoon has to offer.
£1076.79 per night
An unforgettable adventure awaits you at the Villa at the Chilean Patagonia, where guests can stay in their all-inclusive luxury lodge in the peaceful mountains of Awasi Patagonia, Chile. This break is all about freedom, privacy and relaxation. Which is why, when you make a reservation, you will be introduced to your very own Reservations Assistant who will design a tailor made program to suit your every need, taking all of your preferences, interests and expectations on board.
Your stay will include all of your meals, made by chef Federico Ziegler, all excursions and use of a 4x4 vehicle and private guide for the entirety of your stay.
The lodge is spacious, open and has a warm traditional feel, which helps create the perfect end to a fun-filled day of exploring. So, whether you’re reflecting in front of the cosy wood burner or relaxing in the hot tub taking in the breathtaking views of the Forest, Lake Sarmiento and Torres del Paine you can be sure to luxuriate in the delights that the Villa has to offer.
£1,945.64 a night
This beautiful eco-camp is situated in the heart of the Cambodian rainforest, offering guests a luxurious stay, in a way they’ve never experienced before. Even the arrival at the tented camp is unique - a zipline!
Shinta Mani was designed by renowned architect and landscape designer Bill Bensley, who has designed some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts in the world. The bright, traditional Cambodian colour scheme and comfortable furnishings that run throughout Shinta Mani provides the perfect setting for a relaxing evening of taking in the natural beauty that surrounds you.
When you’re not in your sleeping-quarters however, a whole host of activities are included in your stay, such as kayaking, foraging, mountain biking, spa treatments and more.
£2120 per night
Overlooking the quiet Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa below and the impressive Philharmonic Hall, the Deluxe Avant-Grande at the Belmond Grand Hotel is the perfect destination for a luxurious city break in St Petersburg.
Each suite in this stunning hotel is named after a famous artist, with each individual room being themed accordingly, to suit each artist’s style. For instance, room number 155: The Rodchenko suite, is named after Russian artist and founder of constructivism Alexander Rodchenko. The room is beautifully decorated with geometric shapes contrasting a white background, much like those seen in his work.
Each dazzling suite in this historic 5-star hotel features a personal entrance hall, king size bedroom, large marble bathroom, guest powder room and a dining table for six for those who choose to entertain.
With a unique history dating back to the Etruscan times, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco offers a selection of some of the most beautiful suites and villas Italy has to offer. Each building has been transformed from restored 17th and 18th century farmhouses into luxurious rooms that boast character, authenticity and style.
The elegant CdB Suite sits upon one of Italy’s most well preserved estates in the Val d’Orcia region of the Tuscan countryside. With its own private terrace, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the lavender fields and delightful vineyards that the UNESCO World Heritage Natural Park has to offer.
The suite features a large master bedroom, bathroom and walk-in wardrobe as well as a spacious living area and guest bathroom. Inside this spacious suite, you will also find an exquisite selection of handmade antiques boasting stunning leather details from Florentine artisans.
From £1,675 per person per night
The character and style of the majestic Royal Plaza Suite in New York City was inspired by the royal court of Louis XV. This three bedroom suite flaunts 4,500 square feet of space, featuring the most lavish extras, such as a grand piano, private library and fitness room. The Royal Plaza also has space for guests to entertain, such as the dining area suitable for up to twelve guests and powder room.
This immense suite boasts private elevator access, which reveals spectacular views over New York City, overlooking Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain. The Royal Plaza Suite has been said to be a favourite for heads of state, which is no surprise given its opulent design and luxuriant features.
£23,568.27 a night
This extraordinary hotel sits on (and in) the crystal blue waters of the Indian Ocean. The Muraka spreads across 2 levels. The upper level possesses a stunning, modern design that boasts 3 bedrooms, an elegant stand alone bathtub and an impressive infinity pool which allows guests to relax and unwind while watching the sunset as it twinkles across the delicate waves below.
The lower level, over 16 feet below sea level, is what provides guests with the most unforgettable experience. Surrounded by glass walls, this area gives guests a unique panoramic view of the hidden beauty of the Indian Ocean.
During your stay at the Muraka, you will also have your own personal chef, butler and fitness trainer to tend to your every need. Alongside use of private jet skis and spa treatments throughout your visit.
£39,362.50 per night
Granted, you'll need a healthy budget to enjoy a night or two in any of these! But whether you're planning on indulging or not, it's always nice to have a nosey at the finest hotel suites money can buy.