Switzerland has the most expensive average hotel room rates in Europe, and the price tag on the outrageous Royal Penthouse suite at Geneva’s Hotel President Wilson could be the reason why.
At $81,000 a night, the suite is the most expensive hotel suite in the world.
The 12-bedroom suite takes up the entire eighth floor of the hotel and has hosted heads of state from Bill Clinton to Mikhail Gorbachev.
There are also magnetic contacts outside the suite which can detect if there is an intrusion and the two main bedrooms have panic buttons which are linked to the hotel’s security.
However, If you what to experience what it feels like to sleep in a $83,200 a night suite, there is one option available if you cannot afford the $83,200. Since the suite has 12 bedrooms, you can link up with 23 others to pay $3617 each. It could be your family and friend.