This is THE most expensive hotel room in the world at $83,200 per night, well beyond the average American's annual income. This thing is nearly 18,000sqft with 12 bedrooms, each with its own marble bathroom. Its wraparound terrace alone is 1,680sqft, with panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Swiss Alps, a private fitness center, a private "royal boardroom" (presumably for those late-night meetings that spill out of the United Nations buildings just a few blocks away and over to cigars and Manhattans), a private elevator, a handpicked art collection, one of very few Bang 7 Olufsen BeoVision 4 103-inch plasma TVs (with built-in surround sound), and a Steinway grand piano. The room also comes with a private butler, chef, and personal assistant, as well as its own security team and extensive safety measures like bulletproof glass. You can't make reservations online, which should probably go without saying by now -- but then, you’re a smart enough person to come up with better ways to blow 83 large. What do you tip on that, anyway?
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