North Island Lodge, in Seychelles, is the most expensive hotel in the world

Topping the list of the world’s most expensive hotels is North Island Lodge, a private island resort located in the Seychelles. There, a vacationing couple has to spend, on average, $6,559 to stay overnight.

A recent survey from TravelMag.com established the 20 most expensive luxury hotels for the months of July and August 2014, the main summer holiday period.

The Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, a luxury tent camp located in the Clayoquot Sound World Biosphere near Tofino on Vancouver Island’s west coast, ranks as the world’s eighth most expensive hotel according to the survey.
The resort landed in the Top 10 thanks to an average nightly price of $3,681 for a couple during the summer months. In North America, no other hotel is more expensive.

Topping the list of the world’s most expensive hotels is North Island Lodge, a private island resort located in the Seychelles. There, a vacationing couple has to spend, on average, $6,559 to stay overnight. Another three private island resorts, four luxury safari lodges in Africa and a resort in Italy complete the Top 10.

North Island Lodge (Mahe, Seychelles) $6,995
Fregate Island (Seychelles) $5,246
Laucala Resort (Taveuni, Fiji) $5,040
Khwai River Lodge (Okavango Delta, Botswana) $3,800
Savute Elephant Camp (Chobe, Botswana) $3,800
Eagle Island Camp (Okavango Delta, Botswana) $3,800
Singita Sasakwa Lodge (Serengeti, Tanzania) $3,700
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort (Vancouver Island, Canada) $3,681
Le Dune, Forte Village Resort (Sardinia, Italy) $3,114
Mnemba Island Lodge (Zanzibar, Tanzania) $3,100

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