These are some of Dubai’s most expensive luxury hotel rooms

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The City of Gold is known for its all-out glitz and glamour — and with good reason: Dubai is bursting with five-star hotels that ooze opulence. With over 150 luxurious resorts located across the city, travelers who are willing to splash the cash are spoilt for choice.

But if you want the crème de la crème, the money-no-object exceptional experiences, some of the city’s luxury hotels offer extravagant suites, penthouses and exclusive villas that are amongst the city’s, and the world’s, most expensive hotel rooms — costing up to $100,000 per night.

The Malakiya Villa at Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf takes inspiration from traditional Arabic architecture.

From $3,800 per night: The Royal Malakiya Villa at Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf

The Royal Malakiya Villa is the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living. On its ground floor, expansive Arabian-inspired living spaces including a dining room and multiple lounge areas open onto a serene patio with a private plunge pool and cabanas. Upstairs, both bedrooms have large terraces overlooking the resort’s gardens and waterways, and on the roof, there’s space to dine, unwind, and sunbathe. To help them make the most of the space, guests here also have access to a private butler service, a dedicated “Abra” boat station, and access to the resort’s private beachfront.

The Grand Atlantis Suite has jaw-dropping views across the Palm.

From $8,860 per night: The Grand Atlantis Suite at Atlantis, The Palm

The Underwater Suite at Atlantis, The Palm, is probably its most famous room— but take your stay to the next level with the Grand Atlantis Suite, the hotel’s largest at 4,617 square feet (429 square meters). The suite’s private entrance is flanked by two giant fishtail fountains, and its terrace wraps around three sides of the building to provide views of both The Palm and the Arabian Gulf. Guests can enjoy butler service and 22-carat gold amenities, and soak in the outdoor hot tub or Jacuzzi. The room rate includes return airport transfers, daily access to Aquaventure Waterpark and The Lost Chambers, and access to the hotel’s exclusive Imperial Club (which offers breakfast, afternoon tea and sunset happy hour) and private beach access.

The Marina Royal Suite at The Lana has one of the best bathtub views in the city.

From $13,600 per night: The Marina Royal Suite at The Lana

This two-bedroom suite has one of the most coveted views in Dubai: the Burj Khalifa. The primary bathroom, with a standalone tub beside the window, overlooks the iconic downtown skyline. With a private terrace stretching almost the entire length of the suite and multiple entertainment rooms — including a lounge, dining room, and private kitchen — it’s the perfect party pad. The hotel is also home to one of the city’s only dedicated champagne bars and the UAE’s first Dior spa, so those with expensive tastes will be well catered to.

The Royal Penthouse at the Mandarin Oriental Jumeira is the ultimate beachside getaway.

From $20,420 per night: The Royal Penthouse at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira

The newly renovated, 9,149-square-foot (850-square-meter) Royal Penthouse oozes luxury from the moment you step into the private elevator. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer seascapes from every corner of the bedroom and living space, while the private roof terrace boasts its own private 7-meter lap pool with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf. A sunken outdoor fire pit, a 16-person dining room with a chef’s kitchen, and a private gym are all part of the exclusive experience here.

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