If you are deep-pocketed and you feel like traversing the world, you can visit these places for a change of environment.
Dubai has become synonymous with “extravagance” in the last few decades. It is one of the most spectacular and expensive destinations in the world. The hotel rates in Dubai are very high. For example, the Burj al-Arab charges $1300 a night, but it is the world’s most luxurious hotel. It offers Jacuzzis, Rolls-Royce fleet, butlers, etc.
In Paris there are several luxury hotels including Shangri-La, Mandarin Oriental and Le Meurice. These hotels charge $800 or more per night.
Sweden sits comfortably atop Europe both figuratively and literally. Travelling from JFK International to Stockholm will cost you about $1000. And once you are there, you are most likely to visit the Hotel Sven Vintappare. Here, they charge $250 nightly, a rate that includes breakfast.
Tokyo is densely populated with millions of residents; it is the largest urban agglomeration on earth sitting on an island at the edge of the continent. This is a very expensive city. The four-star hotels in this place are consistent both in price and quality of service. Expect to be charged an upward of $300 a night.
Singapore has become the most expensive city surpassing Tokyo. It has a population of over 5 million residents and an area of 275 square miles. It has and endlessly tropical climate. Your visit to Singapore can’t be complete if you don’t spend a night at the most famous Raflles Hotel. But be ready to part with $700 a night which excludes 17% that you will pay in taxes and fees.