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Most expensive hotels

In their eager to paint the picture of the rich and famous lifestyle Forbes lists the
world's most expensive hotels and not as one could guess Waldorf Astoria NYC isn't even at the list but instead you can rest at The Mansion at the MGM Grand in Vegas for about $5 grand, nothing more than the room included and only for the night. Meals and the mini-bar is separately paid for. Hell, this have to be good pillows in that bunk. And a map since the villas you hire range from 2,400 to 12,000 square feet. And of course there is original Picasso, Leger and Matisse on the wall. But the map might not become handy since every villa comes with at least one private butler.

Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys is more pricier since the room (only the room) is starting at somewhere $1395/night. Other resorts is including everything from food, expensive French wines, scuba diving and game drives to laundry service as in Frégate Island Private in the Seychelles and The Turtle Island at Fiji (where you can play Brooke Shields in the Blue Lagoon).

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