Take a Tour of the World's Most Expensive Hotel

Macau's newest hotel was built for a whopping $1.4 billion.

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If you thought Kim and Kanye's was the epitome of extravagance, think again. A new Baroque-inspired hotel, , takes the cake as the ultimate luxury indulgence.

According to the , The 13 is the brainchild of Chinese billionaire Stephen Hung, chairman of Louis XIII Holdings Ltd., which was named after the French king who built — you guessed it – the Palace of Versailles.

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Located in the gambling capital of Macau, the opulent palace cost a staggering $1.4 billion to build, and takes the rank as one of the world's most expensive hotels with a price tag of over $7 million per guest room.

Dripping in gold and outfitted with scrollwork, elaborate frescoes, crystal chandeliers and chrome furnishings, The 13 is every bit the French manse. The "entry-level" Villa du Comte room (only a modest 2,000 square feet in size) boasts an expansive Roman bath, vaulted ceiling, neoclassical columns and a retractable marble floor.

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The amenities don't end there. The 13 will also house an invitation-only L'Atelier for guests to shop couture products, as well as an outpost of Paris' three-Michelin-star restaurant, L'Ambroisie.

The "all-villa" hotel is set to open late this summer. All of its 200 suites will have 24-hour butler service, as well as a fleet of customized Rolls-Royce Phantoms to chauffer guests.

Though nightly rates have yet to be released, there's no doubt the price tag will measure up to this over-the-top, one-of-a-kind experience. 

Take a look at the lavish property below.

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