A recent survey conducted by Luxury-Hotels.com has identified three Canadian resorts among the most expensive hotels in the world.
The survey focused on the main summer-travel months of July and August 2017. The minimum price a vacationing couple will have to pay to stay overnight at a particular hotel or resort served as the basis of comparison.
At a minimum rate of $3,347/night, the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort — a luxury tent camp located near Tofino, B.C. — ranks as the world’s eighth most expensive hotel and the most expensive hotel in North America. King Pacific Lodge in Milbanke Sound, B.C. and the Queen Charlotte Lodge in in Haida Gwaii, B.C. also made the list.
The 20 most expensive hotels in the world ranking is as follows:
1. North Island Lodge, Seychelles ($6,995)
2. Laucala Resort, Fiji ($5,700)
3. Khwai River Lodge, Botswana ($4,710)
3. Savute Elephant Camp, Botswana ($4,710)
3. Eagle Island Camp, Botswana ($4,710)
6. The Brando, French Polynesia ($3,947)
7. Fregate Island, Seychelles ($3,637)
8. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Canada ($3,347)
9. The Ranch at Rock Creek, U.S. ($3,120)
10. Le Dune, Forte Village Resort, Italy ($2,851)
11. Four Seasons Tented Camp, Thailand ($2,772)
12. King Pacific Lodge, Canada ($2,631)
13. Amangiri, U.S. ($2,499)
14. Turtle Island, Fiji ($2,499)
15. Morukuru Family, South Africa ($2,480)
16. The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, U.S. ($2,460)
17. Maia Luxury Resort & Spa, Seychelles ($2,310)
18. Villa del Parco, Forte Village Resort, Italy ($2,179)
19. Queen Charlotte Lodge, Canada ($2,0620)
20. Belmond Hotel Cipriani, Italy ($1,871)