The world's most expensive hotel suites – where a night costs the same as a HOUSE

But if you want to stay in any of these you’ll need a year’s salary spare, or even two or three years’ salary. For just one night.

This year’s list of the priciest hotel suites in the year is out from private jet magazine Elite Traveller – check out which are the new contenders from last year's list.

Here’s the top ten – which feature bulletproof windows, grand pianos, rooftop swimming pools and expensive art collections.

They say money can't buy you happiness, but it clearly can…

1. Royal Penthouse Suite, President Wilson Hotel, Geneva – £61,320 per night

The Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson features 12 palatial bedrooms, 12 marble bathrooms and panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps.

If the amazing views get tiresome, there is plenty to look at inside, including a multimillion pound art collection.

The more security conscious travellers will also be relieved to hear of the private lift and bulletproof windows.

2. Five bedroom Terrace Suite, The Mark, New York City – £57,473 per night

The penthouse suite at The Mark Hotel in New York City boasts two wet bars, a rooftop terrace and even its own library room.

The lavish five-bedroom 12,000 square foot room is spread over two floors of the hotel,  boasting views over the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

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When it comes to dinner time, guests can entertain up to 24 people at the huge table, before taking the party outside and on to the roof terrace.

3. Penthouse Suite, Grand Hyatt Cannes, Martinez – £40,774 per night

The Penthouse Suite at Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez occupies a vast 17,975 square feet of space, with a panoramic terrace and Turkish bath and artwork by Picasso.

While the suite is used by luxury brands like Chopard and L’Oréal during Cannes Film Festival, it’s made available to VIP guests throughout the rest of year.

4. Penthouse, Faena Hotel, Miami – £38,309 per night

If you're ever in Miami beach then you'll want to check this one out… if you have a spare £38,309 spare per night.

The two-level suite has gathering areas and dining rooms, as well as a whole five bedrooms which have a furnished balcony each.

Design and furnishings are by Frank Pollaro, and rooms all look out to the Atlantic Ocean.

5. Hilltop Villa, Laucala Island, Fiji – £34,487 per night

The Laucala Island resort is so exclusive that guests have to be invited to make a booking at the hotel, which is owned by Red Bull co-founder Dietrick Mateschit.

The 120,000 square foot rooftop villa looks worth it though – with panoramic views of the island and the sea.

As well as a luxury villa, the suite also comes with a private chef, nanny and butler.

6. Grand Riad, Hotel Mansour, Marrakech – £33,296 per night

You'll live like a king in the Grand Riad, the largest suite at the Hotel Mansour.

It has four bedrooms and sits on its own compound with a hammam and two swimming pools.

There's also a billiard table, marble bathrooms, and the King of Morocco's family have been known to stay here.

7. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Cala di Volpe, Sardinia – £31,558 per night

The penthouse suite Hotel Cala di Volpe offers three bedrooms and a huge terrace with panoramic views over the coastline.

Guests can also enjoy their own private solarium, fitness area and swimming pool.

8. Royal Suite, The Plaza, New York City – £30,638 per night

The decor inside the royal suite at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée is impressive, but what's even better is the view outside.

Guests can soak up the view of the Eiffel Tower from their own private balcony.

If they get bored, they can also relax in their private Jacuzzi and sauna.

9. Princess Grace Suite, Hotel du Paris, Monaco – £28,355 per night

The posh suite covers 9,795 square feet of space – that's ten times the size of the average UK home.

As well as several lounge spaces, guests can also entertain on a private terrace and a lavishly decorated dining room.

There are also two huge bedrooms, a sauna and steam room and an office, all in cream and gold, with crystal chandeliers.

10. Suite 5000, Mandarin Oriental New York, New York City – £27,566 per night

Who needs to go outside when you're staying at Suite 5000?

The three-bedroom apartment features its own film and record collection for guests to use.

They can also call up personal stylists for a private shopping session in the comfort of the living room and have access to a whole wardrobe of Dior clothes.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed the hotel that's been voted the best in the world – although you'll never guess where it is.

There's also the most luxurious airline in the world, so you can book yourself a first class ticket to your expensive hotel suite.

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