For most of us choosing where to stay when we travel is a balance of budget, location and facilities. Imagine for a second that money was of no concern and allow yourself to follow us on a tour of accommodations that far surpass the term holiday rental.
Here are the 15 most expensive hotels you could choose to drop your bags, admire the view and roll around on bedsheets fit for a king.
Its 25th-floor station gives stunning views from its two private rooftop gardens on a smog-free day.
Expect a wine cellar and 3m long wine bar as well as a bathroom larger that most Hong Kong apartments.
Interior design is a modern oriental fusion both opulent and sleek.
Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai