At the end of his show, Robin Leach wished everyone watching, “champagne wishes and caviar dreams.” For those of us that would rather have campground wishes and RV dreams, there are amazing towable and drivable luxury models available that are affordable. In the RV world, comfort and luxury are reachable under the million-dollar price point.
We created our own list of high-end travel trailers, luxury fifth wheels, and elegant motorhomes. We did this by pouring through the best RV manufacturers’ 2020 lineups. To verify our data, we also visited RV dealers and quested through an RV show (as an adolescent at an amusement park).
The Most Luxurious Travel Trailers For 2020
- Type: Travel Trailer
- Dry weight array: 7,788- 8,261 pounds
- Length range: 31.3- 33 feet
- Number of floorplans: 4
- Sleeps: Up to 5 people
- Price spectrum: $153,000- $178,000
You can’t have a conversation about high-end travel trailers without bringing up the legendary Classic by Airstream. This icon has been around longer than most modern RVs. In fact, there are Classics still on the road that are older than most people alive today.
The 2020 models offer four different layouts. Two of them offer queen-size beds and the other two have two twin-size beds in the master bedroom. The dinette and sofa fold out for additional guest sleeping.
What makes this flagship travel trailer of Airstream so luxurious is the attention to the fine details. Third-party components come from brand name vendors, so you know you’re getting the best. Faucets come from Kohler, Countertops are Corian made, and you’ll know that sound quality is from Bose once you hear it.
The handmade cabinets are made from European Beechwood. The seating and accents are made from Ultraleather and the cabinet hardware is imported from the finest makers from Germany. Everything in the coach gives a sophisticated warmth to the interior.
Airstream gives you a 60-inch television on a drop-down televator. The windows, tank monitors, and other controls are all controlled through a central tablet that comes with the RV. As a finishing touch, they even installed a doorbell.
Forest River Cedar Creek Champagne Edition
- Type: Fifth Wheel
- Dry weight array: 14,124- 14,429 pounds
- Length range: 40.11- 41.8 feet
- Number of floorplans: 3
- Sleeps: Between 4-6 people
- Price spectrum: $70,000- $120,000
If the RV is made by Forest River, you know it’s going to be an excellent unit. RV Pro’s Best of Show for 2020 in the High-Quality Fifth Wheel category was awarded to the Cedar Creek Champagne Edition. As you can see from the video, this unit is a dream come true.
Forest River starts out by using the best construction materials they have. Azdel sidewalls, Congoleum vinyl flooring, and other top choice materials. They also add MORryde steps, top quality hardwood maple cabinets, and the best components you would expect from a luxury fifth wheel. Unlike most RVs, the adjustable king-size bed is standard and the queen is optional.
Convenient components like a central vacuum system come standard. You can choose to add a wine refrigerator in the kitchen and/or a small refrigerator in the bedroom too. For those who like to walk around barefoot, you can choose to have the living room and bedroom with Shaw carpeting instead of flooring.
Other options include a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher, Splendide washer/dryer, and all of the entertainment center components with all the sources possible. Two of the three models come with an optional outdoor kitchen. What really makes this pull out kitchen high-end is the televator built into it.
- Type: Toy Hauler
- Dry weight array: 13,970- 15,915
- Length range: 41.9- 45.9 feet
- Number of floorplans: 6
- Sleeps: Between 6-10
- Price spectrum: $76,500- $142,000
The Jayco Seismic changes how toy hauler fans think of this type of RV. Most use their toy hauler RVs as a place to rest in between their outdoor ATV/snowmobile fun. This favorite high-end toy hauler brings luxury and comfort to the toy hauler category.
The styling in the RV rivals the most expensive travel trailers and fifth wheels on the market. The kitchen has all of the amenities including one of the biggest two-way refrigerators available. The garage comes pre-wired for a TV, pre-plumbed for a washer/dryer, and has an additional half bathroom making it capable of being its own living space.
For a more home-like feel, you can choose to have either flooring or carpet in the living area of the RV. The shower and bathroom backsplash use decorative stone and glass tile instead of composite plastic. For everybody’s convenience, the fifth wheel toy hauler has an upgraded 10-gallon quick recovery water heater versus the industry-standard six gallons.
The coach is thoroughly insulated and prepared for late season and winter camping with Jayco’s Climate Shield package. If your vacation plans include winter activities, the Seismic can be that mobile log cabin in the woods for you. The 40,000 BTU furnace will keep you so warm, you could shake off the cold before the hot chocolate is ready.
Regency Ultra Brougham
- Type: Class B
- Length: 25.1 feet
- Chassis: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500XD
- Engine Type: 6 cylinder diesel
- Horse Power/Torque: 188 hp @ 3,800 rpm
- Number of floorplans: 3
- Sleeps: Between 2-3
- Price spectrum: $120,000- $176,000
For a company that started in 2019, this Texas-based brand came out of the chute gunning for the “big boys.” The Ultra Brougham (pronounced “braum”) is a luxury Class B that redefines everything you think you know about the classification. This highest quality campervan has elegance and components seen in Class A motorhomes.
This RV comes in three different versions: the front murphy bed, the back full-size bed, and the rear set of twin beds that convert into a king. To keep walk-around space accessible, the full-size bed narrows at the end of the bed. The murphy bed has a small off-door slide out to give a walkway between the bed and the TV cabinet.
A luxury feature unique to this campervan is the exterior storage. Most have one or two bays. This coach has bays along the bottom of both sides of the vehicle and a separate pass-through bay that runs through the back of the RV. You have up to 1,000 cubic feet of storage.
Instead of an all-inclusive wet bath, Regency splits the bathroom. One door leads to the toilet and bathroom sink. The other is a shower that is roomy enough for most adults, and the door locks in place to create privacy in the bedroom.
The best materials are used inside. Corian countertops are used throughout. The best solid wood and vinyl flooring finish the look. They also use stainless steel for the sink and other features in the kitchen.
You’ll find a 6.7 cubic foot refrigerator/freezer installed, which is one of the biggest in this class. The oven is convection instead of gas. The coach’s A/C is an upgraded low profile 15,000 BTU system.
Although it’s long, we recommend you watch the video all the way through. The challenge RV manufacturers have with Class B campervans is finding a place for all of the features. This video focuses on how this motorcoach is the highest quality Class B on the market and points out all of the factory-installed amenities.
- Type: Class C
- Length range:24.3- 32.11 feet
- Chassis: Value Leader (Ford F350 or Chevy 3500) & Premier (Ford F450 or Chevy 4500)
- Engine Type: Ford Triton V-10 6.8L/ Chevy V-8 6.0L
- Horse Power/Torque: Ford 305 hp @ 420 rpm/ Chevy 341 hp @ 373 rpm
- Number of floorplans: 16
- Sleeps: 16
- Price spectrum: $58,000- $138,000
Since 1973, the Leprechaun has been the Flagship motorhome for Coachmen. Over the past few years, this RV maker has thrown all of the latest technology they have to make this coach a favorite high-end Class C motorhome on the market. With 16 different floorplans, it’s affordable to the widest customer base due to the value and premier chassis options.
The premier floorplans are the luxury level version of the coach. You can choose from the one floorplan that’s built on the Chevy 4500, or the four floorplans that are built on the Ford F450 chassis. Most of them come with a standard queen bed, but the 298KB has a standard king bed.
As a subsidiary of Forest River, they have access to all of the best construction materials that make this RV the best quality lightweight Class C when compared to its competition. The cabinets use strong magnetic locks, so you don’t have to worry about your cabinets becoming loose with age. Fine details like this are only part of what makes this a luxury motorcoach.
The dining area has a rotating table that allows those seated to get out of the booth without disrupting what’s on the table. The countertops are seamless to prevent liquids from going everywhere. They installed an upgraded 15,000 BTU A/C with efficient ducting to cool down the entire coach with one unit.
- Type: Class A Gas
- Length range: 33- 36 feet
- Chassis: Ford F-53
- Engine Type: Ford Triton V-10 6.8L
- Horse Power/Torque: 320 hp @ 460 rpm
- Number of floorplans: 5
- Sleep: Between 6- 10 people
- Price spectrum: $120,000- $204,000
The Fleetwood Bounder has been apart of the Fleetwood line up of Class A gassers for decades. This coach has many diesel type features that make it a high-end Class A gas RV. Fleetwood made it appealing for those who seek luxury, comfort, and style.
Each of the five floorplans has its own unique feature:
- 33C- Off-door wall full living area slide out
- 35K- Rear master bath, mid-coach ½ bath, off-door wall full living area slide out
- 35P- Full bath mid-coach with a washer/dryer, dual slide in the front living room
- 36F- A rear master bath, mid-coach ½ bath, two bunk beds
- 36FP- An exterior patio (not a toy hauler), bunk beds, and 1 ½ bath
Each version comes with cedar lined closets, a memory foam king-sized mattress, and CPAP prep in the overhead bedroom storage bay. The bathrooms come with porcelain toilets and sinks. Residential refrigerators come standard in the kitchen.
Driving can be luxurious as well. Fleetwood has added a collision mitigation system to the Bounder to warn you about potential danger. Both rearview and side-view cameras are standard features.
Fleetwood uses the finest construction and finishing materials to make the Bounder feel like a mobile mansion. They also include a tankless water heater to make sure you always have hot water. Your passenger will feel like their traveling like royalty kicking back in the copilot seat with the footrest up enjoying the journey.
American Coach Eagle
- Type: Class A Diesel Pusher
- Length: 45 feet
- Chassis: Liberty/Freightliner
- Engine Type: Cummins ISX15
- Horse Power/Torque: 605 hp @ 1,950 pounds/foot
- Number of floorplans: 2
- Sleeps: up to 4
- Price spectrum: $380,000- $587,000
It’s known as the Cadillac of Motorhomes. The American Coach Eagle soars above all others when it comes to high-end motorhomes. This most luxurious motorcoach can be considered a mobile estate, yet its price tag is still under one million dollars.
Everything you could think of in a motorhome comes standard in the Eagle. An adjustable king-size bed, cedar lined closets, a factory-installed safe, tiled bathroom, and many other superior features. Don’t forget the central vacuum system and the deluxe entertainment center.
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As the driver of this rolling palace, you can travel on your commander’s throne with an 8-way power chair that has everything you could want. Lumbar support, heat, air cooling, and even a footrest you can use when you’re not traveling. Who needs a recliner when you have a chair like this?
The Liberty/Freightliner chassis combines with their UltraSteer technology to give you the ultimate driving experience. The air suspension and tag axle assist with navigating all types of road conditions. Like a Cadillac, American Coach wants to give you the best traveling experience an RV can give you.
Product data was last updated on 2021-02-27 at 18:52.