Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
Though it was mysteriously absent from the Travel Channel's list of the most expensive hotel suites, the Atlantis Bridge Suite. Perhaps they did not consider the possibility that a hotel would charge an astounding $25,000 per night for a suite. The Atlantis is a premier destination in the Bahamas, known for its spectacular architecture and huge casino. The suite has 10 rooms, including a 1,250-square-foot living room with grand piano and twin entertainment centers, a dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier and bedrooms with wardrobes so large "you could drive a car into them." The suite has a full kitchen and a permanent staff of seven, who access the rooms via a private entrance. There are 12-foot high ceilings throughout with full length windows and the suite's location is on the bridge that spans across the 23rd floor of the resort's two towers gives it the most spectacular views money can buy. Celebrity guests have included Michael Jackson, Oprah, Celine Dion and Bill Gates, but if you spend enough at the casino, the staff might just be able to fit you in for a night.