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If you need to ask the rate, these hotels aren't for you

Affluent travelers may fly first-class, but the super-rich won't be found on a commercial plane. They live what the magazine Elite Traveler calls the "private jet lifestyle," a money-is-no-object existence often filled with 40 or more trips a year, including 10 of the intercontinental variety. They're the ones most often drawn to the magazine's annual list of the top 100 hotels and resorts, because it takes a person with very deep pockets to afford these pricey accommodations. The most expensive penthouse-style hotel/resort suites on this year's Elite Traveler list, with location and cost of a one-night stay:

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