VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C. — A night at the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort near Tofino will set you back approximately $3,681 for two guests during July and August, making it the most expensive hotel in North America, according to results from a Travelmag.com survey.
The study that determined the most expensive luxury hotels in the world during the height of summer travel shows that North Island Lodge, a private island resort in the Seychelles, tops the list of the most expensive hotels in the world. There, a one-night stay will cost approximately $6,559 per couple. Another three private island resorts, four luxury safari lodges in Africa and an Italian resort round out the top 10.
Two additional North American resorts rank within the top 20. The Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana ranks 19th and the Queen Charlotte Lodge in B.C.’s Queen Charlotte Islands ranks 20th.
The top 10 list of most expensive hotels in the world, includes:
1. North Island Lodge (Mahe, Seychelles) $6,995
2. Fregate Island (Seychelles) $5,246
3. Laucala Resort (Taveuni, Fiji) $5,040
4. Khwai River Lodge (Okavango Delta, Botswana) $3,800
5. Savute Elephant Camp (Chobe, Botswana) $3,800
6. Eagle Island Camp (Okavango Delta, Botswana) $3,800
7. Singita Sasakwa Lodge (Serengeti, Tanzania) $3,700
8. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort (Vancouver Island, Canada) $3,681
9. Le Dune, Forte Village Resort (Sardinia, Italy) $3,114
10. Mnemba Island Lodge (Zanzibar, Tanzania) $3,100
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