If infinity bathtubs, helicopter transfers and fabulous views are your cup of tea, check out the hotel rooms you should be staying in.
Who doesn't enjoy a weekend away in a hotel?
Just being able to sleep in a comfy bed with crisp sheets, watch inane cable TV, swim in the hotel pool and have a powerful shower each morning would constitute a pretty great break in my book.
But what about the rich and famous?
What can they expect when they book a night or two in a hotel?
Well, for the seriously loaded, a hotel stay can be a completely different experience. Enormous rooms you could fit your house into, personal butlers and views to die for are the norm.
Some even include the services of the hotel helicopter.
Yes, if you have the money, the sky is the limit where luxury is concerned.
Take a look at what's on offer with some of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world.
If the rich and famous wish to spend some time in Moscow, the Ritz Carlton Suite is the place to stay (Barack Obama and his entourage reportedly chose to last year).
Furnished with floor-to-ceiling windows facing the Kremlin, Red Square and St Basil's Cathedral, you'd be hard pressed to find a more amazing view. Add on the marble baths, living room with grand piano and beautiful Russian imperial furnishings and you'll certainly feel immersed in luxury - plus you'll enjoy up to five meals a day.
It's available from just £10,500 ($16k) per night.
Burj Al Arab, Dubai
With it's distinctive "billowing sail" design, its position on its own manmade island and reputation for being just a smidgeon shorter than the Empire State Building (1,053 feet high), the Burj Al Arab is certainly looks the part. And with its glittery gold, Versace designed decor and underwater restaurant that is reached by submarine; it certainly has the wow factor.
Book one of the Royal Suites and you'll be whisked to the hotel by Rolls-Royce from the airport, where you'll enjoy your own private cinema, rotating bed and whirlpool bath with Hermes bath products. Plus your own butler to tend to your every need.
Fancy venturing outside? Well, if you're happy to pay an additional charge (what's a few more thousand?) you'll be provided with a chauffeur-driven Rolls or helicopter to whisk you wherever you wish to go. And all for a princely £11,800 ($18k) per night. Bargain.
The Atlantis, Bahamas
As its name might suggest, the Bridge Suite forms the bridge between the two Royal towers of the Atlantis hotel - and overlooking the resort and marina certainly makes for a pretty incredible view.
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