CNBC’s Phil Han reports on plans for a new luxury hotel in Macau called the 13. It is being built at a cost of $1.4 billion. Subscribe to CNBC International: …

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    Look at this standard of living and you will understand one of the reasons why there is so much corruption in the world today. Some people would sell their souls to live like this. Vacationing like this is more about the ego than about quality of life. Not that there is anything inherently wrong with living like this. It's just that the people who can afford this level of living likely have egos as big as Donald Trump and think that they are better than the common folk.
    Even at $100,000 a night you can bet all these suites will be booked up, due to the burgeoning super rich class today and the fact that as mentioned it is all about symbol status and the ego to live this large.


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