10 famous hotels of billionaires

Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels in the World

They’ve seen it all: romantic nights, crazy days, happy newlyweds and gamblers. They stand out from the rest with their unique style and incredible luxury. “RBC.Style” presents 10 of the most expensive hotels in the world.

10. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai

The luxurious five-star hotel is located on one of the artificial islands of the Palm in Dubai. This is the perfect place when it comes to a beach vacation. There are three separate beaches with white sand, and the hotel itself has a diving center and one of the best water parks in the Middle East. The construction of the building cost the developers $1.5 billion.

9. Burj Al Arab, Dubai

If we say “Dubai” we mean the Burj Al Arab. Seven-star hotel was opened in 1999 and cost builders $650 million. Burj Al Arab is considered one of the highest hotels in the world, it is known for its original architecture and is a symbol of Dubai.

8. Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

Emirates Palace is a real gem among the Kempinski hotels. Located in Abu Dhabi, it offers its guests all 33 pleasures: swimming pools, spa and fitness, kids club and even camel riding. The hotel cost almost $6 billion to build and is one kilometer long from one wing to the other.

7. The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas.

This hotel is located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. The Cosmopolitan is the center of Las Vegas Strip and every now and then the “most anticipated shows,” weddings, and casinos are held there. Developers poured $3.9 billion into The Cosmopolitan, and it was well worth it. Just look at this gorgeous pool!

6. The Venetian, Macau, China

The hotel opened in 2007 and at the time housed the largest casino in the world. “The Venetian not only has a huge concert hall and luxurious rooms but also a real Venetian canal with gondola rides. The money not flushed down the casino can be spent by guests in the giant shopping gallery.

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5. City Of Dreams, Macau, China

The City Of Dreams is located across from The Venetian and is a veritable resort complex of three hotels, 200 stores and a huge casino. In addition to gambling visitors can entertain themselves by watching a variety of shows, visiting the spa and restaurants of Chinese and international cuisine. The complex was built in 2009 and cost the developers $2 billion.

4. Mardan Palace, Lara, Turkey

This hotel is owned by Russian businessman Telman Ismailov and is named after his father. Ismailov invested $1.4 billion in the project. Sharon Stone, Richard Gere, Tom Jones and Monica Bellucci attended the opening of Mardan Palace in 2009. The hotel looks “expensive-rich” with a fountain complex with a light show in front of the main entrance and bridges spanning the pools.

3. Resorts World, Sentosa, Singapore

Resorts World on Sentosa is in many ways “the most”. It has the world’s largest oceanarium, the region’s first entertainment theme park Universal Studios and an incredible amount of stores, restaurants and eateries. The construction price is also one of the “most-too-many,” at $4.9 billion.

2. Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, Huzhou, China

This 27-story ring-shaped building is located in Huzhou on the banks of Taihu Lake. The lobby has a ceiling decorated with 20,000 Swarovski crystals, a swimming pool, spa and restaurants. Construction cost the Sheraton chain in $1.5 billion.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Marina Bay Sands is sure to enter any hotel in the top ten – except for the ten worst, of course. The hotel is famous primarily for the roof, uniting the three buildings. There is a garden and swimming pool on the roof, and in the building itself there is a museum, stores, seven restaurants, two theaters and an ice rink. In addition, there is a casino with 500 gaming tables. The hotel cost $8 billion.

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These hotels were built by billionaires – they’re amazing!

In the pursuit of limitless hospitality, many billionaires are willing to provide bottomless investments: we are often talking about sums over $350 million. Their facilities are built in inaccessible corners of the earth or it is an incredible amount of investment reconstruction. And best of all, not all of these investments are for profit. Often it is beauty for beauty’s sake.

1. Kokomo Island, Kadavu Islands, Fiji

Lang Walker, who ranks 17th among the richest people in Australia, was so inspired by Kokomo Island that he invested in it 10 times more than he had planned. We are talking about the sum of about 100 million dollars.

The hotel is located on its own island, next to the fourth largest coral reef. Each villa is equipped with its own patio, and offers numerous water sports and a golf course.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

2. Heckfield Place, Hampshire, England

An hour’s drive from London is the hotel sponsored by Gerald Chan, formerly the co-founder of Hang Lung. Heckfield Place is a classic English pastoral picture: ornamental ponds, twined walkways, apple orchards and meadows.

The traditional country lifestyle is emphasized in everyday life: Heckfield Place uses renewable energy sources and develops biodynamic farming.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

3. Caldera House, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

A great place for outdoor enthusiasts and winter sports enthusiasts. The hotel is built right on a ski resort. Rocky mountain scenery, the popular Jackson Hole resort, and five minutes away is the giant Grand Teton National Park. This place is definitely worth a visit.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

4. The Post Oak, Houston.

One of the biggest hotel business owners in the United States, Tilman Fertitta, likes to put his money into building hotels. The Post Oak is his latest, and perhaps his most daring, project. The place is filled with luxury and glamour and even has a Rolls Royce showroom.

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These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

5. Vik Chile, Millahue, Chile.

The Norwegian-Uruguayan billionaire Alexander Vik sponsored the opening of the Hotel Vik Chile. It is a private property with vineyards and scenic valleys in Millahue, Chile.

The hotel even has its own brand of wine, which is made from the Vik Viña vineyard. The hotel was designed by Uruguayan architect Marcelo Daglio, and it was he who added luxury contemporary art to the rooms.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

6. Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge, Panama

Luis Bacon is a well-known fan of secluded places. What his previous projects are worth mentioning: a lodge in the Tordrillo Mountains in Alaska or the Taos Ski Lodge in New Mexico. The Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge is not an uninhabited area; there used to be a hotel here.

Nevertheless, this is the first private closed hotel in Panama. And this inaccessibility plays into the hands of lovers of tranquility and unspoiled nature – there is simply no one here to destroy it.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

7. L’Arlatan, France

This hotel can be called a landmark of Arles. And all thanks to the design of the rooms. The boutique hotel L’Arlatan was restored by an artist of Cuban origin, Jorge Pardo.

Here Pardo’s team turned antiquity into a work of art: the panels at the doors are inspired by the works of Van Gogh, the floors have a never-repeated pattern of two million mosaic tiles, and every piece of furniture here is a true work of art.

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

8. Dunton Hot Springs, Dolores, Colorado

Christoph Henkel, German by birth and British by residence, became an investor in the 1800s ghost town redevelopment project. The Dunton Hot Springs Hotel was built there.

It is a succession of tidy cottages built of hand-carved stone. The architecture was borrowed from historic blueprints of the area. A separate bonus: the view from the window on the mountains and the primeval forest.

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These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

These hotels were built by billionaires-they're amazing!

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