Australia has no shortage of luxury hotels.
But, the real cream of the crop lies in the hotel suites and presidential villas where a night’s stay can easily set you back a month’s salary.
Melbourne’s Crown Towers currently holds the title for the most expensive hotel suite in Australia with the “Chairman’s Villa”, costing between $20,000 to $27,500 per night and which can only be booked on request.
Meanwhile, Park Hyatt Sydney still has the most expensive hotel suite in Sydney with its contemporary “Sydney Suite” which was built as part of the hotel’s $60 million upgrade. The two-bedroom suite sets travellers back by $16,000 per night with an expected minimum stay of two nights.
We scoured through all the luxury hotels from five major Australians states to find the best suites each had to offer.
From baby grand pianos, 24-hour butler service, massage rooms and chauffeured limousines on call, here are the most expensive hotel suites in every Australian state — and the incredible perks that come with it.