The Muraka Suite – The Conrad – $45,000
Coming in at number seven on our list of the world’s priciest places to stay is The Muraka.
The suite is in the Maldives at The Conrad and is said to be the world’s first underwater hotel room.
The Muraka is two stories tall, with the bottom storey about 16 feet below the Indian Ocean.
For $45,000 a night, you can expect to be upgraded to Hilton Diamond Status when you arrive; enjoy a private chef, bar, gym, butler, and infinity pool.
Keep in mind, though, that you must stay at least four nights.
So, if you want to stay there, you’re going to have to spend more than $200,000!
The hotel is on the island of Laucala in Fiji and costs $42,000 a night to stay there.
But, for that, you’ll get a four-acre villa that’s split into three separate villas; each one has one of the best views of the island.
The first villa is called “The Delana.” It has a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, a library, a living room, a private pool with a waterfall and a hot tub, and a wooden soaking tub.
The second villa, called “The Dua,” has the same features as the first one, but it can only sleep two people at a time because sliding doors separate all of the rooms.
Finally, “The Rua” has a separate living room and a huge private pool, making it the second-largest of the three villas.
If you want to get away with friends or your family, then The Hilltop Villa might be a good place to stay. It can sleep up to eight people and has all the amenities you need from a hotel.