Christmas decoration extravagance at the Kempinski Hotel Bahia, Spain

The most expensive Christmas tree right now is one at the Kempinski Hotel Bahia, near Marbella, Spain. Designed by Debbie Wingham, it is decorated with red, white, pink and black diamonds and is worth a fortune, $15 million.

This Christmas tree is decorated with jewelry from Bulgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Chanel, 3D-printed chocolate peacocks, feathers, ostrich eggs and bottles of perfume. Kempinski Hotels is a hotel group with head office in Geneva founded in Berlin in 1897. It  operates 76 five-star hotels and residences in 31 countries. Kempinski Hotel Bahia, on the Costa del Sol, it’s at one hour drive from the Malaga Airport. It has incredible views out over the Mediterranean and the coast of Africa and Gibraltar.


Extravagance is a rule and nothing different is this magic Christmass tree. Debbie Wingham, who designed it, is known because she always made special and expansive things, from a $17 Million dress to the infinite. She loves diamonds. She is an expert at exquisite opulence – as a face of the human existence – and  it’s said „if you need an ultra-rare, glamorous and expensive version of something, Debbie Wingham is the woman to call.”