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The world’s most expensive hotel is in the Seychelles

If money weren’t an issue, where would you be going on vacation? If you had to choose from the most expensive hotels in the world, a recent report released by Luxury-Hotels.com can help you make the decision. According to the survey, the most expensive hotel is the Maia Luxury Resort & Spa located in Anse Louis in the Seychelles. Here, a night in a standard double room will cost you $2455. For that price, you not only get a room with a separate living space. In addition, you can plunge into a private infinity pool (one for each villa), and moreover, take advantage of a 24-hour private butler service. What else could you ask for? If that’s a little expensive for you, here are the rest of the top 10: 1. Maia Luxury Resort & Spa (Anse Louis, Seychelles) $2455 2. Hotel Pitrizza (Porto Cervo, Italy) $2335 3. Royal Mansour (Marrakech, Morocco) $2327 4. Hotel Cala di Volpe (Porto Cervo, Italy) $2286 5. Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa (Lithgow, Austalia) $2119 6. Hotel Romazzino (Porto Cervo, Italy) $2115 7. La Réserve (Ramatuelle, France) $2112 8. Jumeirah Dhevanafushi (Maldives) $2106 9. Saffire Freycinet (Cole’s Bay, Australia) $1576 10. Gora Kadan (Gora, Japan) $1459 Rankings were based on the average price of a standard double room in the period from June through August 2011.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. I’m surprised not to see North Island or Fregate Island (Seychelles) on that list, but I have stayed at Maia and it is a truly wonderful experience. Great villas, staff, food, setting, spa and a location that if you want to explore you can, but if you don’t the hotel and its staff will tend to your every need.

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