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Astronomically Expensive Hotel Rooms

Looking to spend a fortune on luxury accommodation? Book in to one of these outrageously expensive hotel rooms:

 

Grand Penthouse at The Mark

Location: New York City, US

Average price per night: 86,094 US Dollars

 

When it comes to opulent hotels rooms, you cant do any better than the Grand Penthouse at The Mark in New York. Covering two floors at the very top of the building you will find a five-bedroom suite, a private library, not one but two wet bars and a dining room, all filled with custom-built furniture. Guests of this suite have access to a private elevator, through which they gain access to a stunning terrace and magnificent views of the New York skyline. Additionally there is an in-suit hair stylist and a 24-hour tailoring service.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons Hotel

Location: New York City, US

Average price per night: 57,384US Dollars

 

The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in Manhattan presents patrons with unparalleled luxury. At 4,300 square feet, this hotel room features everything from original works of art to unique furnishings selected to enhance the luxurious mood of the space. Guests staying in this suite have the opportunity to appreciate views of Manhattan from any of the room’s four cantilevered glass balconies, which are amongst the highest in the world. A mind bending 50 million US Dollars was spent on the construction of the room that took no less than 7 years to complete and now individuals staying in the world famous hotel room have access to everything from a personal trainer to a chauffeured Rolls-Royce service.

 

The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Average price per night: 68,000 US Dollars

 

At 1,680 square meters The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson is one of the most luxurious in the world. With a panoramic terrace and 12 deluxe bedrooms, guests staying in this suite have access to a private fitness room, an exquisite marble bathroom (amenities by Hermès) and a private lift as well as many other superb features. The décor is just as amazing and includes a collection of rare books, a Steinway grand piano, a high quality billiards table and a massive flat screen TV. It’s no wonder that this room has been occupied by the world’s richest and most famous celebrities, like Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Rihanna and Michael Jackson.

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