Live in Luxury With These Expensive Labor Day Getaways
With places like this in major cities throughout the world, why would the rich ever want to stay home for a backyard BBQ? Fantasize about your dream Labor Day vacation here. Who knows? Maybe one day you’ll have the wallet to indulge in these luxurious hotel rooms.
The Ritz Carlton suite in Tokyo costs $20,000 a night. It is in the tallest tower in the city, offering unparalleled views. Of course, that isn’t to say that the inside of the suite is lacking. With four king-sized beds, a private den and dining room to fit 16, it’s perfect for luxe families and those with large entourages.
If the family is craving dips in the pool and ocean, the St. Regis villa on Mauritus island is just the place. The four bedroom private residence comes with four private pools, a gym, private beach access, an office, lounges and a dining area. It truly takes family Labor Day weekend at the beach to a whole other level at $30,000 per night. (Featured image.)
For a European adventure, the penthouse suite at the Four Seasons George V in Paris is the home away from home anyone with extra money in the bank can hope for. It is like an apartment, with four bedrooms equipped with private marble bathrooms featuring saunas, steam rooms and bidets. It runs $30,700 a night.
Los Angeles, California
Party with Bieber in Beverly Hills (or not). The penthouse suite at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel is larger than most LA apartments. The 5,000 square feet suite features a full wrap-around balcony and dining room to properly entertain famous guests. There is something oddly appealing about staying in the largest hotel room in Los Angeles, even it costs $25,000 per night.