The Most Luxurious RVs for 2022
These RVs Will Give You the Ultimate Glamping Experience
The numbers don’t lie–RVing has increased dramatically in popularity over the past few years. As a result, the market has expanded to include a broader range of vehicles catering to a variety of travelers entering the lifestyle.
We’ve seen an increasing number of entry-level models built specifically for those who want to go camping without spending tens of thousands of dollars to start. Conversely, the top-end of the RV market continues to evolve, too, offering vehicles that are the epitome of luxury and glamor.
Luxury RVs are spacious, comfortable, and built from premium materials inside and out. They include features and amenities more commonly found in homes rather than a camper, like heated floors, full-size appliances, and auto-configuring satellite dishes. In some ways, they have more in common with a yacht rather than other RVs and have price tags to match.
While most of us will never be able to afford one of these pricey RVs ourselves, it is still fun to see what they bring to the table. These are the most luxurious RVs for 2022.
Foretravel Motorcoach Presidential Series Realm FS605
The 45-foot Foretravel Motorcoach Presidential Series Realm FS605 is a luxury hotel suite on wheels. The RV comes with one and a half bathrooms, a king-size bed in the primary bedroom, and a queen-size air bed in the couch. It features custom laminate cabinets, quartz countertops, leather sofas, two motorized dining tables, a stacked washer/dryer combo, and a custom-built vanity in the bathroom.
The FS605 also includes three 4K television sets, a built-in Wi-Fi router, a blu-ray player, and a 5.1 surround-sound system in the living room. The kitchen is equipped with a convection microwave oven, a two-burner induction stove, a residential-size refrigerator, and a dishwasher. LED lighting is standard throughout the vehicle, including a built-in vacuum cleaner, electric day/night shades, and a fireplace. A bathtub—complete with spa jets—is an optional upgrade.
The FS605 rolls along on an adjustable air suspension and has a Cummins X15 engine that delivers 605 horsepower and 1,950 foot-pounds of torque. A four-point hydraulic leveling system ensures the motor coach sits neatly at any campsite, while two awnings extend the living space into the outdoors. This RV even has a custom paint job that requires 750 man-hours to complete.
All of this can be yours for approximately $1.3 million.
Newmar King Aire
The King Aire has always been one of the most opulent motorhomes on the road, and that continues to be the case with the 2022 model. This 45-foot RV offers some of the most luxurious features imaginable, including chairs and couches wrapped in Italian leather, heated theater seating with a built-in massage function, and a king-size memory-foam mattress in the primary bedroom. The coach features three slide-outs, one-and-a-half baths, and a large living room adjacent to a spacious and open kitchen/dining area.
The King Aire’s interior remains comfortable in all weather conditions thanks to three individual air conditioning units equipped with heat pumps. The RV’s tile floor is kept warm by an electric radiant heating system, while a Cummins Onan diesel generator supplies power. As a backup, the motorhome comes with a lithium-ion battery pack recharged with built-in solar panels. All of the systems are controlled remotely using an included tablet.
Inside, the King Aire’s kitchen offers quartz countertops, oak cabinets, and premium appliances, including a residential-size Viking stainless-steel refrigerator. The RV has four televisions—including a 55″ 8K model in the bedroom—and a built-in Wi-Fi router and LED mood lighting. A Bose sound system provides audio for music and movies, while smart locks, exterior lighting, and a camera system keep the motorhome safe.
The Newmar King Aire starts at $1.5 million.
Newell Coach P50
As the flagship model from Newell Coach, the P50 has everything you could ask for in a luxury motorhome—and probably a few things you never knew you wanted. The RV rides on a custom platform that includes a comfortable air suspension, a 605-horsepower Cummins engine, Allison transmission, and an automatic leveling system. The vehicle also features keyless entry, two sliding storage bays, and a built-in power washer.
The P50 also has four slide-outs that expand the primary bedroom suite and kitchen/living room area. The cabin is kept comfortable by four roof-mounted air conditioning units, with power provided by an onboard 20-kilowatt generator. The motorhome even has a built-in security system with multiple monitors and cameras positioned around the vehicle.
Inside, the P50 isn’t short on amenities either. The kitchen comes with a two-burner induction stove, a convection oven, microwave, garbage disposal, and dishwasher. The motorhome has four 4K TVs, a Marantz audio receiver, integrated surround sound speakers, and wireless Bluetooth connectivity. There are quartz counters in the kitchen and the bathrooms and heated tile floors throughout. Two nightstands flank the king-size bed, and premium laminate cabinets and dressers abound.
Pricing for the Newell Coach P50 starts at $1.2 million.
Dynamax Dynaquest XL
The Dynamax Dynaquest XL proves that not all luxury RVs need to be Class A motorcoach. This Class C model is 39 feet long and built on a Freightliner chassis powered by a 450-hp Cummins turbo diesel engine. Its standard features include adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, a Garmin navigation system, and a 7″ touchscreen infotainment interface that offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Dynaquest includes two patio awnings that automatically retract if wind speeds exceed safe limits. The exterior of the vehicle also includes LED lighting, aluminum-wrapped slide-out toppers, and an outdoor entertainment center with a 32″ TV. A numeric keypad facilitates entry into the cabin, and the RV’s exterior storage bays include doors that lock remotely.
The interior of the Dynaquest offers two additional televisions—one in the bedroom, the other in the living area—an electric fireplace, Bose sound system, and a tri-fold sleeper sofa. Other highlights include a residential refrigerator with an ice maker, a convection microwave oven, and a stainless steel gooseneck faucet. The bathroom has a glass shower and skylight, while the expansive bedroom comes with a king-size digital smart mattress, a plush padded headboard, and a cedar-lined closet.
With its starting price of just under $425,000, the Dynamax Dynaquest XL is a relative bargain for a luxury RV.
Living Vehicle Pro Travel Trailer
While not as well known as some brands in the RV industry, Living Vehicle delivers an outstanding luxury experience with its innovative travel trailers. The company’s LV Pro model is its top-of-the-line option built to live off the grid for up to four weeks at a time. It comes with a 100-gallon fresh water tank and solar panels that generate 1320 watts of power stored in a massive lithium-ion battery pack. The trailer is so efficient that it can run its HVAC system for hours at a time from solar power alone.
With its fantastic features and amenities, boondocking in the LV Pro isn’t exactly roughing it. The trailer offers sleeping accommodations for up to four campers, with queen-size beds in the primary bedroom and the living area. It has a residential-style kitchen that includes an island for food prep, a three-burner stove, a dishwasher, and a solar-powered refrigerator. The interior space can transform into a remote office when needed, and it comes with a spacious bathroom that includes a spa-inspired shower and skylight.
Outside, the travel trailer has a fold-out patio accessible through sliding glass doors. An expansive solar awning deploys at the touch of a button and supplies more power to the LV Pro’s battery pack. An auto-leveling system ensures that the towable remains stable on rough terrain, and the RV is just as comfortable in the winter as it is in the summer. It can even serve as a remote charging station for an electric vehicle, providing Level 1 charging at any campsite.
The Living Vehicle Pro starts at $430,000, while the Pro-EV—which offers Level 2 EV charging—is priced at $470,000.
Entegra Coach Cornerstone
The Entegra Coach Cornerstone has been one of the best-selling luxury RVs for years, and for good reason. This vehicle is well known for delivering style and comfort, along with exceptional dependability and performance. Like other manufacturers in this segment, Entegra uses a 605-hp Cummins engine to keep the Cornerstone motoring along, but everything else about this model is unique and alluring.
From the driver’s seat to the living room and bedroom, the Cornerstone is singularly focused on keeping RVers comfortable and happy. That starts with leather massage chairs for the driver and co-pilot and extends to the plush leather furniture found throughout the rest of the vehicle. Hand-laid porcelain tile floors, ceiling fans, and LED lighting provide a sense of elegance, while a Bose sound system and bar area—complete with beverage chiller—make this RV the perfect place to host a party.
When not watching one of the three onboard TVs, campers can gather around the electric fireplace or snuggle up for a nap on the king-size Sleep Number bed. Later, they can make a snack in the well-appointed kitchen equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, induction stovetop, and a residential refrigerator that includes an ice maker and water dispenser. Dual roof-mounted awnings, an outdoor entertainment center, and an exterior Dometic freezer round out the package.
Starting price for the Entegra Coach Cornerstone is just under $820,000.
DRV Mobile Suites
If you’re in the market for a luxury fifth wheel trailer, a DRV Mobile Suite should be on your shortlist. Spacious and comfortable, these travel trailers blend modern design and features with open floor plans and high-quality materials. The result is an RV that offers an impressive list of amenities that will make you the envy of the campground.
With 11 Mobile Suite floor plans to choose from, DRV gives prospective buyers a lot of room for personal customization. When designing their RV, customers can choose from several exterior paint schemes and pick from various materials used to construct the floor and cabinets. There are even custom fabrics for the sofas and dining room chairs and a variety of accent pillows to accompany the furniture.
The interior of the Mobile Suite comes with LED lighting, ceiling fans, crown molding accents, and residential theater seating in the living room. It has a microwave, stovetop, stainless steel sink, polished countertops, and a custom tile backsplash. The trailer includes multiple LCD TVs, a range-extending Wi-Fi router, and the option to add external awnings, and a built-in Cummins generator.
Pricing for a DRV Mobile Suite varies by floorplan, with most starting around $200,000.
Marchi Mobile eleMMent Palazzo Superior
The crown for the most luxurious RV on the market today has to go to the Marchi Mobile eleMMent Palazzo Superior. This built-to-order 45-foot motorhome includes some unique features not found on any other vehicle—including a two-story design and multiple climate zones. Its cockpit looks like something you would find on a jet aircraft, with plenty of displays and instrument clusters. Most notable is its fishbowl-inspired frontend—with auto-tinting glass—that draws attention on the road and at the campsite.
With its multiple slide-outs and open floorplan, the Palazzo Superior offers over 730 square feet of living space. As you would expect, it comes with all of the typical amenities, including several flatscreen TVs, a well-equipped kitchen, and a bedroom that includes a luxurious king-size mattress. But it has more than a few features to set it apart from the crowd, including a built-in wine cabinet, a spa-like bathroom with a rainfall shower, and a massive couch over four meters in length.
But the Palazzo Superior’s signature feature is its rooftop lounge. This lofted deck has a pop-up sun shield, leather couch, and a heated floor. A high-end sound system from Steinway & Lyngdorf pumps music to the setting, which includes LED lighting for nighttime dance parties. A set of stairs located inside the vehicle provides access.
The motorhome has a 600-hp Volvo engine and an overpowered HVAC system to keep it comfortable at any temperature. It also comes with 200-gallon fresh water and gray water tanks, as well as a 65-gallon black water tank. An automated sun canopy, with lights and an audio system, deploys from one side of the vehicle, while exterior basement storage accommodates plenty of luggage and supplies.
Because this RV is built to meet the exact specs of its owner, Marchi Mobile is tight-lipped on pricing. The cost of the Palazzo Superior is estimated to start at around $3 million.
If you’re looking to elevate your glamping experience, any of these RVs can help you achieve that goal. Provided you don’t mind paying a little extra for the comfort and amenities they offer.