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Nine of the Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World
The Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World
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Nine of the Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World

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Itching to drop $75,000 on one night of fun?

Ty Warner Penthouse in the Four Seasons Hotel, New York City

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Starting Rate: $50,000

This penthouse suite bears the name of the hotel's owner, and it does its namesake proud with design by architects IM Pei and interiors conceived by Peter Marino. The 4,300-square foot space has just one bedroom (a 600-square foot master suite filled with 18th-century Japanese silk pillows, hand-stamped Venetian velvet, Thai silk with 22-carat gold threads, and custom-designed furniture). Chill out in the spa room, peruse the extensive library stocked with hundreds of volumes on art and culture, play the suite’s grand piano, or soak in the chromatherapy infinity soak tub with views of the city below. Penthouse guests have access to a chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom, a personal trainer, and full spa treatments, unlimited caviar and champagne and a butler to serve it all. The penthouse sits on the top floor of one of Manhattan’s highest hotel, soaring 700-feet over the streets of the city and offering 360-degree-views of Manhattan.

The Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World

Nine of the Most Expensive Hotel Suites in the World

Ty Warner Penthouse in the Four Seasons Hotel, New York City

Starting Rate: $50,000

This penthouse suite bears the name of the hotel's owner, and it does its namesake proud with design by architects IM Pei and interiors conceived by Peter Marino. The 4,300-square foot space has just one bedroom (a 600-square foot master suite filled with 18th-century Japanese silk pillows, hand-stamped Venetian velvet, Thai silk with 22-carat gold threads, and custom-designed furniture). Chill out in the spa room, peruse the extensive library stocked with hundreds of volumes on art and culture, play the suite’s grand piano, or soak in the chromatherapy infinity soak tub with views of the city below. Penthouse guests have access to a chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantom, a personal trainer, and full spa treatments, unlimited caviar and champagne and a butler to serve it all. The penthouse sits on the top floor of one of Manhattan’s highest hotel, soaring 700-feet over the streets of the city and offering 360-degree-views of Manhattan.

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