The 5 Most Expensive RVs In The World: Luxury RV Edition
By Kelly Beasley
Last Updated: August 11, 2022
So you're wondering, 'what is the most expensive luxury RV currently on the market?'
We have the answer.
The quick answer is: The Marchi Mobile EleMMent Palazzo Superior.
This luxury RV costs about THREE MILLION dollars. (Why get specific? You know you can't afford one, LOL!)
Now that you know which one is the most expensive, let's have a closer look at the ridiculous luxury that fills it and what top-of-the-line things it boasts.
(Psst- do you also wonder if anyone who owns SUCH an expensive vehicle ever takes it out? We would NEVER, LOL!)
After that, we will show you more luxury RV brands that, hee hee, you (and I) will probably never be able to afford (but it's still fun to look, right?).
1. Marchi Mobile EleMMent Palazzo Superior
Starting at $3 million
It looks like it belongs in a sci-fi film.
But that doesn't mean it doesn't have the usual amenities an RV needs (refrigerator, stove, bathroom, etc). Sure it does.
But that's the boring stuff. Let's focus on the fun luxurious features this high-end RV has.
In fact, there's only one true standout feature it has that we've never seen on another super-luxury RV.
And it's a whopper!
The most extreme feature is that it has a pop-up nightclub/bar on the roof!
The rooftop party spot also features heated floors, a sound system, a seating area, and stairs that drop down into the living space to access the nightclub.
The entrance features automatic double sliding doors. Now, THAT'S really cool!
Also, the very wide steps fold up to become the wall- that's another unusual and luxurious feature.
The good RV living space is bright and comes with seating and, well, we're not sure what kind of kitchen amenities it boasts. They don't say.
As far as design standards go, this most expensive RV brand is made from the same elements and materials as private aviation, yachting, and motorsports racing vehicles are.
They like to call it a 'private jet on wheels.'
There are likely MANY more mind-blowing luxe features that we aren't shown, but the fact is that this is the most expensive RV ever made.
It has slide-outs, a rainfall shower in the 'spa,' a wine cabinet, and likely every RV luxury you could ask for, including a rooftop bar/nightclub!
With that rooftop space, this most expensive camper offers up to 732 square feet of space.
What Makes This Most Luxurious Camper So Expensive?
We don't know the answer to this.
Try as we might to figure out what features cause the three million dollar price tag, the manufacturer claims this:
Specifications, fabrication, and technology may remain undisclosed to the general public for owner privacy.
As a result, not a lot of details about the unit are discoverable in this most luxurious motorhome.
We suppose it makes sense for them to crawl up the booties of the financial elite to make it 'classified' and thus make details unavailable to the general public (haha).
But the result is that we commoners are left wondering what makes the Palazzo Superior SO expensive aside from the good looks, unique design, and rooftop bar.
We do know their mattress is made from Hypnos Beds, the company that claims to have "the most comfortable beds in the world."
The Royal Family uses these mattresses, so they are 'fit for a king,' LOL!
The driver's cockpit and windshield resemble a yacht combined with a helicopter and indeed is the most unique cockpit you'll ever see on an RV.
That's about all the manufacturer releases about this fancy camper. The rest of the mystique is only seen in photos and video.
But Is The EleMMent Palazzo Superior The Nicest RV In The World?
'Nicest' lies in the eye of the beholder. It is too subjective for anyone but you to decide.
If you think it's the nicest, then it's the nicest!
Not into nightclubs or bars? Then let's have a look at the other most expensive motorhomes money can buy.
We shall start with the most unique of the bunch.
2. Furrion Elysium
Starting at $2.5 Million
First of all, this, as far as we have found, this is only a concept RV.
They don't intend to manufacture and sell.
It's still pretty cool to look at and think about!
It's a 43 foot long mansion on wheels with one of the most unique features you'll ever find on a rolling home.
Are you sitting down? OK.
This Furrion Elysium RV HOUSES A HELICOPTER. You read that right.
Like a toy hauler garage (sort of), the helicopter drops down inside the RV bedroom when you pack up. It pops up on top when you're parked.
Probably not super workable in a lot of campgrounds, LOL!
Your neighbors might complain about the wind from takeoff and landing, LOL!
The landing pad mechanically lifts for takoff and landing. It's made to fit a Robinson R22.
And would it even legal to land a helicopter on the roof of an RV in a campground? Hmm.
You: 'Yeah, but does it have a Jacuzzi?'
Us: WHY YES. YES IT DOES.
No joke, it also has a Jacuzzi on the roof.
It's small, as you should expect, and not very deep. But it HAS a Jacuzzi.
This luxury RV features a very vertical stairwell to get up to the roof.
Interior perks include two giant slides and all Furrion appliances, including a wine refrigerator, fireplace, stove, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, and a smart electric toilet.
The living area has plenty of storage space, but the bedroom has none. (It's a concept...)
The interior has about the most modern, sleek-looking design we've ever seen inside any fancy motorhome without being over the top and gaudy.
That said, the materials used in this luxury RV are not as exquisite and high-end looking as on most of the others listed here.
But yet again, finding specific details on this one is difficult. Probably because it's only a concept RV at this time.
We can find no details on them ever manufacturing the Elysium and selling one.
If you are genuinely interested, you'll have to inquire with Furrion.
Reps claim that this RV, if ever sold, starts at $2.5 million.
3. Cami Terra Wind
Starting at $1.2 million
We have another doozie for you.
This luxury RV looks more like a yacht inside and in fact, acts more like a yacht than any other class a motorhome you'll find.
Why does the Cami Terra Wind seem kind of like a yacht? Because this luxury RV camper is ALSO a boat!
Legit- it floats and has propellers. It's one of the highest-end luxury recreational vehicles you'll find.
Because it's ALSO A FREAKING BOAT!!!
The Cami Terra Wind is only for use in freshwater.
It has two 13-foot pontoons that pop out of the bays and inflate.
You'll need to find a ramp that is wide enough to accommodate the total width and also the slope can't be too great or you'll have problems.
At the back of the unit, the camper sports a big back drop-down deck that you can fish from, jump off of, grill, or just put out your chairs and watch the water.
The top speed in the water is about eight knots (9.2 mph).
There's no cheap components in this luxury RV. It sports marble floors, granite countertops, teak cabinets, and genuine leather.
This RV also has a Jacuzzi, though it's a Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom (very rare for an RV, but kind of a bummer after seeing the roof Jacuzzi!).
All appliances are residential grade. You get a state-of-the-art audio system and giant TVs.
The bedroom offers a full custom queen-sized bed, mirrored ceiling, and a slide-out. The bedroom is also where you access the deck/swim platform.
The kitchen has the usual appliances as well as some less common ones such as a dishwasher, washer and dryer, and a trash compactor.
This luxury RV manufacturer uses marble tile floors and high-end materials throughout.
It's expensive, but you don't have to buy a separate boat!
4. Vantare Featherlight Platinum Plus
Starting at $2.5 million, $7.7 million+ with Bugatti option
For sure, the previous crazy luxurious class a RVs had fun and unique features, but THIS ONE, to us, has the most practical and luxurious amenities.
Including one EXTREMELY extreme feature.
With this Class A, you can store A SPORTS CAR IN THE BASEMENT GARAGE. Everyone needs a car, right?
But this luxury RV offers an exceptional option to include with your purchase- a Bugatti.
If you don't know what a Bugatti is (we barely do, haha), it's one of the most exclusive and expensive cars in the world, made in France.
And you can bring it (or any other car that fits in the garage) with you camping, INSIDE of this RV!
And maybe you can even still tow one behind if you'd like, bringing two vehicles with you on your journey.
Additionally, Featherlite Coaches make their RVs using the most high-end materials we've seen. Let's have a look at what crazy luxury comes with this sucker.
Inside they use rare Inca marble, Italian leather, copper, pearlized Italian leather (whatever that is!), Swarovski crystals, antique bronze, and more materials we aren't at all familiar with but are expensive.
There's a built-in treadmill in one closet, and the unit has a unique liquor cabinet filled with signed crystal glasses by Michael Weems.
This luxury RV offers special touches that are very usable such as a custom fold-down desk that comes with a computer and printer.
The kitchen comes fully stocked with utensils (flatware made from South Africa), pots and pans, you name it. And the whole thing offers an international feel.
We could go on and on. There are so many fancy features to be named and so many materials that are high-end and exclusive and often from other countries.
Let's just say if you like high-end name brands nobody's ever heard of, and you want a turn-key RV, this brand has it all.
Everything is state-of-the-art and unique in one way or another.
5. Marathon Coaches
Starting at $1.8 million
Here's a Class A manufacturer that makes custom motorhomes for the elite.
None of this luxury brand's products resemble an RV on the inside (Granted, neither do the previous ones).
Well, Marathon Coach doesn't offer anything OVER THE TOP.
But their custom coaches ARE loaded with all of the most extreme technologies out there and very high-end materials, which is why this manufacturer made the list.
No two look alike because of the extensive customization the manufacturer offers.
Marathon Coaches are full of smart home comforts and top-of-the-line materials.
You'll find the same amenities in custom-designed luxury homes, such as imported leathers, fine fabrics, beautiful stone and woodwork.
Similarly, Marathon equips its coaches with exclusive electronic technologies for their camera system, audio/video equipment, surround sound, and more.
Some cool features to choose from are:
- Bunk beds that convert into a wardrobe
- Liquid crystal privacy shower
- All-in-one controls for things like the lighting and shades
You can opt for the folding bed, which gives you room to get around the bed when slides are in, and it also sits you 'up' when in bed and you want to watch your theater TV.
Even the patented 'freedom plus' sewer system is high-tech, with buttons to push to extend the sewer hose and also to retract it.
New Marathon coaches range in price from $1.8 million to $2.5 million.
So there you have it, the most luxurious RVs we could find.
Naturally, they are some of the most expensive RVs out there.
Luxury and cost go hand in hand.
These luxury RVs provide things like:
- Comfort like no other, including things like a porcelain tile floor and heated floors
- Quartz countertops + other fancy materials
- Bose sound systems
- A sports car as an option on one
- Even a hot tub on two of them
These things aren't things found in every RV on the road, not by a long shot.
Luxury RVs like these high-end RV brands can provide you with the best RV in the world, depending on your needs!
You'll find some of the nicest campers if you look at high-end motorhomes.
But these take the cake when looking for the nicest RV ever!
Author: Kelly Beasley
Hello! I'm the co-founder of Camp Addict, which my biz partner and I launched in 2017. I frigging love the RVing lifestyle but in December of 2020, we both converted to part-time RV life. Heck, I lived in my travel trailer for over 5.5 years, STRICTLY boondocking. I learned a lot about the RV life and lifestyle during those years. Now we share what we know with you here at Camp Addict.
After that many years of wonderful full-time travel, it was time for something new. These days, I'm often found working from my new Az home, and sometimes plotting and scheming whether or not to start collecting farm animals (or plotting my next RV trip!).