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The Crème de la Crème of London Hotel Suites

Updated: Jan 27


The City of London has always been a playground for the rich and famous. Only in 2019 did it overtake New York City as the city with the most millionaire residents.


Inner-city suburbs such as Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Chelsea, Marelybone and Kensington are such prolific names that spring to mind when associating the wealth in London. London has also been known as the destination of choice for many middle eastern wealth magnates and sheikhs to call their permanent residency.


With a city of such impressive wealth, stature and class — it has to have hotel suites to match.


Here is a list of some of the most expensive hotel rooms you can book in London:


Crescent Pavilion Penthouse at The Berkeley: £16,000 a night

With sweeping views of Belgravia and Hyde Park thanks to a complete wrap-around balcony, this London Suite features two living rooms, a bar and a dining area.



Royal Suite at Claridge’s: £14,000

With 24-hour butler service and an old-school luxury feel in the heart of ritzy Mayfair, prolific Claridge’s boasts its Royal Suite for a cool 14,000 pounds.



Bulgari Suite I at the Bulgari Hotel: £16,000

An onyx marble rain shower, custom-made Bulgari bar, steam and shower rooms and king-size beds make the BS1 and Bulgari hard to beat. Not to mention views from Knightsbridge to Hyde Park…



The Penthouse at 45 Park Lane: £10,000

Situated on the entire top level on one of Park Lane’s most notable names, The Penthouse at 45 Park Lane is accessed by a private lift and boasts 360-degree-views of Hyde Park and its surrounds.



The Royal Suite at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park: £18,000

At what is estimated to be the priciest hotel suite in London based on price per square metre (reported by the Telegraph), this three-bed luxury suite features a dining room for 10, a rock crystal chandelier, and of course, around the clock butler service. Did we mention a spacious terrace with Park Lane views?




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