Most Expensive Travel Destinations for Vacation around the World

Expensive Travel Destinations

Enjoying vacations is loved by all of us. In fact, vacations give a chance to move away from the hectic routine and monotonous lifestyle and to overcome the long existed physical and mental tiredness

For this, one usually thinks about visiting spots, and often visualizes beaches with the sound of water waves, the crackle of trees swaying in the breeze, and the sand beneath the feet. But, for this, one has to identify a best destination place of their choice. Depending on one’s budget the destination should be planned.

There are numerous destinations around the globe, but today through this article some of the most expensive vacation destinations will be highlighted. If one’s pocket can afford any of these destinations then can choose the best out of these.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 1

❍ Maharajah’s Pavilion at Raj Palace in Jaipur, India

Maharajah’s Pavilion

This spendthrift four-floor apartment has its own private entrance and private elevator, which guests can ride all the way to the top. On the last floor, there’s a rooftop terrace, complete with a jacuzzi and panoramic views of Jaipur. And to really feel like a king, there’s a private museum on the second floor displaying the Old Throne and Bolsters of the Thakur Sahib. The palatial suite is available from $15,000 per night.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 2

❍ The Hilltop Villa at Laucala Island Resort in Fiji

Laucala Island Resort

Destination High atop Fiji’s Laucala Island resort is very expensive, the cost is approximately $44,000-per-night. In this villa guests can experience the ultimate in isolated luxury. The villa is located far away from the rest of public places and it’s only accessible via private road on an already private island. However, even the uber-wealthy might not be able to get in here. A reservation requires approval by the island’s owner.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 3

❍ The Penthouse Apartment at the Hotel Georges V in Paris, France

Hotel Georges V

One of Paris’s most famous luxury hotels is home to one of the city’s most iconic views. From the private balcony of the penthouse apartment at the Hotel Georges V, there’s an unobstructed view of the Eiffel Tower across the Seine — ideal for photo shoots or romantic gestures. Inside the hotel suite, there’s a flurry of luxe features, including a marble infinity bathtub. The room starts at about $26,500 per night.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 4

❍ Villa Manzu in Costa Rica

Villa Manzu

This estate spread across five acres of isolated peninsula into the Pacific Ocean. The entire property keeps only eight suites, ensuring serenity. Guests also have access to the villa’s wine room, stocked with sommelier-chosen bottles and award-winning cigars. This year the Kardashian clan stayed at the lodge for their Costa Rican vacation. It’s available and the starting cost is $16,500 per night.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 5

❍ Fogo Island Inn in Canada

Fogo Island Inn

It’s not cheap to reach the end of the world. Travellers who want to reach this boutique hotel at the end of the world (a remote island in Newfoundland, Canada) can either go on a timely journey or charter a helicopter ride in. Once they’ve arrived, guests can join a sponsorship program where they’re matched with locals to understand the area’s culture or instead relax in one of the hotel’s rooftop hot tubs. Fogo Island Inn’s most exclusive lodging, called the Flat Earth suite, only reveals its price upon request — although it’s rumored to be somewhere in the $3,100 per night range.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 6

❍ Chalet Zermatt Peak in Zermatt, Switzerland

Chalet Zermatt Peak

If one is tired of the slopes, wealthy skiers can easily think for this luxury, five-star cottage with 13 friends. It comes equipped with a Michelin-starred gourmet chef, ready to beat up apres-ski treats, and two in-house massages per day. A weeklong stay at the chalet starts at about $57,000 per night, but can reach up to $191,000, depending on the season.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 7

❍ Sail an Omani Dhow at Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman

Sail an Omani Dhow

Set sail on a restored Omani Dhow, a sailboat reminiscent of the golden age of Arabian voyages. Guests board the ship from the Six Senses Zighy Bay and set sail through the Musandam fjords, stopping in secluded fishing villages and private bays. It’s possible to book a spa therapist, cooking classes with the chef or dives in the bay aboard the Dhahab. It costs $22,000 for a three-day, two-night itinerary on the boat.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 8

❍ Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva

President Wilson Hotel

This exclusive hotel suite is biggest in Europe often acknowledged as the most expensive in the world. For $80,000 per night, guests have access to 12 rooms and over 5,500 square feet of space. However the crowning feature of the suite is the wrap around terrace with views of the Alps over Lac Lehman.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 9

❍ The Royal Suite at the Burj al Arab in Dubai

Burj al Arab

The Burj al Arab is often referred to as the world’s most expensive hotel. Those who want to stay in the most expensive room at the world’s most expensive hotel should reserve one of the Royal Suites on the 25th floor. The suite has two master bedrooms, each with their own Jacuzzi. The entryway is decked out in marble and gold and a grand staircase leads to the suite’s upper level. You can book it starting at $9,000 per night.

⧉ Expensive Travel Destination 10

❍ Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Beautiful hotels, an incredible art museum, the aquarium, and of course, a can’t-miss ice skating rink in Millennium Park are all great reasons to visit Chicago in the winter. Sure, the Windy City is, well, windy during this time of year, but that makes it all the more ideal for people looking for a culture-filled winter getaway. According to Smarter Travel, the median fare for flights from Canada and the U.S. sit around $300 on Kayak.

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