Revealed: The cost of a month in isolation at the world’s most expensive hotels

Revealed: The cost of a month in isolation at the world’s most expensive hotels

The coronavirus has left many businesses financially strained, especially in the travel and tourism industry. Hotels have also been hit hard with many being forced to close due to the ongoing pandemic.

But with many people sitting at home in lockdown, some people are already planning their future holidays.

And if one of the world’s most expensive and luxurious hotels is what you’re after then look no further.

After researching the cost of a night at some of the world’s most expensive hotels, one company has estimated how much it would cost to stay at them for a month.

Visa wavering company Official-Canada-ETA has revealed the cost of a month in isolation spent in luxury.

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From massage services, water sport activities and multiple boutiques and shops, you will get everything you could possibly want.

Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco, £28,150

This hotel offers traditional architecture, palace-like interiors and lush gardens as well as private riads.

The hotel has a collection of 53 riads with their own unique style, cosy lounges, stunning bathrooms and views of the Atlas Mountains.

The hotel also has three restaurants which aim to satisfy every palate.

Four Seasons, New York, US, £26,244

A five-star hotel in the centre of Manhattan just moments away from Central Park and Madison Avenue shopping – it can’t get much better than that.

With park and city views, stunning interior design and 52 storeys, this hotel is not only an architectural landmark but a popular destination for celebrities and businessmen.

There’s also a bespoke cocktail bar and a Rolls-Royce house car and chauffeur.

For just over £26,000 for a month’s stay, it may well be worth the eye-watering price tag.

Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, USA, £4,282

The most reasonable hotel stay for a month is in Vegas where if you stay for four nights or longer you can receive 25 percent off your room.

With sharks suspended in walls, a basketball net above the bed and a rooftop bar and lounge, this hotel has it all.

Not only is this a hotel but a casino too so you can be right in the middle of the action.

The Scotch 80 Prime restaurant also offers beautiful cuts of steak, rare whiskeys and a cosy atmosphere.

Published at Sun, 26 Apr 2020 13:10:00 +0000