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The world’s most expensive hotel suites

Love Exploring Logo By Karlina Valeiko of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 31: Built in 1904, the hotel is bound to impress guests with its opulent interiors, which feature marble, lavish crystal chandeliers and decorative murals. The extravagant Presidential Suite, once a favorite of Salvador Dali, has large windows looking out onto both Central Park and Fifth Avenue and a butler is on hand to arrange a spin in the hotel’s Bentley Mulsanne. The suite measures 3,000 square feet (270sqm) and has two luxury bedrooms.

$35,000: Presidential Suite, St. Regis, New York City, New York, USA

Built in 1904, the hotel is bound to impress guests with its opulent interiors, which feature marble, lavish crystal chandeliers and decorative murals. The extravagant Presidential Suite, once a favorite of Salvador Dali, has large windows looking out onto both Central Park and Fifth Avenue and a butler is on hand to arrange a spin in the hotel’s Bentley Mulsanne. The suite measures 3,000 square feet (270sqm) and has two luxury bedrooms.

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