The Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake hotel, located in Hanoi, Vietnam, took 11 years to construct.
Designers packed a great deal of detail into the posh property at this time.
The door handles and walls of the hotel are plated with gold, and precious bathtubs and toilets are also installed.
Chefs cook up mouthwatering plates of Tomahawk steak, 24K duck breast and beautiful desserts coated with gold leaves.
And they can enjoy picturesque views of Giang Vo Lake, which is located right outside if tourists don’t take in the breathtaking hotel.
Surprisingly, staying in the hotel overnight in a regular room isn’t really that expensive.
At the time of publishing, for just £ 126, you can book a King Bed.
However, executive suites are more luxurious and appear to cost £ 800 nightly.
What’s more, it will set you back a hefty £ 5,200 per square meter to rent out one of the apartments for a day.
Even though the more luxurious trips are expensive, guests believe the money is well worth it.
Owner Nguyen Huu Duong, who runs the organization alongside the brand of American Wyndham Hotels, is bound to be happy with this input.
The Blend reports that he aims to make “the most luxurious in the world” his 25-story hotel.
Before the Formula 1 Grand Prix that was supposed to take place in Hanoi, his bling construction was finished.
Sadly, after the coronavirus pandemic, the case was postponed.