Did You Know That Hotels Have Secret Rooms?
Most people aren’t aware of hotels’ secret rooms. This might be due to the fact that they’re usually kept away from the general public and reserved for only the most high-end guests.
This suite is hidden away inside Iceland’s exclusive new hotel The Retreat at the Blue Lagoon, which is located by Reykjavik. It gets its name from the geothermally heated pool that the 62-room spot sits next to. The secret room, at 2,100 square feet, is three times the size of the other options offered at the hotel.
The decked-out room’s rate sits at an incredibly pricey $10,500, and that’s just for one night. On top of this, there’s a two-night minimum, so guests will have to spend over $20,000 to experience its luxurious amenities and exclusive private spa. And it’s completely unlisted on their website. The image above shows the amazing view of the lava landscape’s lagoon from the private balcony.
The 21 Boulevard penthouse at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas is not just unlisted, it’s also completely unbookable. This lavish suite is only available to people who spend a million dollars at the Reserve, the hotel’s high-roller lounge. This ridiculous price tag isn’t even close to city’s most expensive suites, which typically peak around $35,000 per night.
This last room is the presidential suite at the JW Marriott Essex House in New York. While it’s not exactly a hidden room, it’s certainly treated like one. Guests are only able to book it through email so that the managers can make sure the interested parties are fit for the room. This system is also used by the St. Regis in San Francisco, which has very high standards for its presidential suite. Check out more details below…