The Five Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in NYC

Whether you are on a vacation or a staycation in New York City, there are some immensely extravagant hotels to choose from. If you are looking for the most extravagant, meaning the most costly, you will not be disappointed in this list. You should keep in mind that the hotel rooms on this list are nothing short of amazing and would rival some of the most well-furnished and comfortable homes in the country. There are rooms and then there are rooms (suites) that come with exorbitant amenities to underwrite a remarkable stay. It is worth noting that with the cost of these rooms per night, you could buy a small home in Texas, even in a seller’s market.

Following is a list of the five most expensive rooms in NYC. Sit back and prepare to be amazed.

5. Suite 5000 at the Mandarin Oriental — $36,000/night

The Mandarin Oriental is a well-known hotel that rests in the heart of Manhattan. The hotel is known for its vast view that overlooks Central Park. While all of the rooms in this plush hotel have great views, the best view comes from the gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows in its flagship Suite 5000, which is on the 50th floor of the hotel. This 3,300 square-foot three bedroom suite can marvel many penthouse setups. The room has a media center that is stocked with highly NYC-centric films, and the sound systems are absolutely remarkable. This is not a listed accommodation on the company’s website, meaning that you will have to call in a reservation to reserve this exceptional suite.

4. Royal Suite at the Ritz-Carlton — $40,000.night

The Ritz-Carlton has long been recognized as one of the premier luxury hotels in the world, so it should come as no surprise that it landed a room on this list. Coming in at 4th place, the Royal Suite at this hotel has a lot to offer, and for $40,000 per night it should. At 2,000 square feet, this suite is the largest the Ritz-Carlton has to offer in NYC. The suite is on the 22nd floor and it overlooks Central Park. There is even a telescope so that guests are able to get an even better view. The perks include complimentary breakfast, cocktails, afternoon tea and dessert. To top things off, there is a caviar and champagne presentation that takes place every Saturday. The hotel also offers a flower arrangement class by a Jane Packer trained florist.

3. Royal Suite at the Plaza — $40,000/night

Here is another $40,000 per night accommodation. This well-furnished suite has been recently renovated and its residential-style layout will allow you to feel right at home. With three bedrooms, you can bring the entire family, including the kids. There is a beautiful chef’s kitchen that makes the room an ideal place to entertain guests. The alternative would be to hire a private chef to prepare the meals, which would provide an even greater presentation. If you are a reader like me than you will be extremely happy to know that the room has its own library. Man, it would be hard for me to leave a room like this.

2. Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at the Four Seasons — $50,000/night

The Four Season spared no expense when having this penthouse suite designed and built. According to sources, the hotel contracted famed architects, Peter Marino and I.M. Pei to collaborate with the owner, Ty Warner. This suite is absolutely huge, with more than 4,300 square feet of space. The penthouse is on the 52 floor of the building. What is remarkable is that with all of this available square-footage, they chose to only build in one bedroom. But, the hotel makes up for the lack of extra bedrooms with a private spa and four cantilevered glass balconies. You did get that there are four balconies, right? Booking this suite comes with a chauffeured Rolls-Royce.

1. Penthouse Suite at The Mark — $75,000/night

If you have a cool $75,000 per night to throw into a grand suite, The Mark has the ultimate in hotel suites all ready for your enjoyment. This is not only the top bill in NYC, it is one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the entire world. If it is space that catches your attention, try 12,000 square feet on for size. This makes it the largest hotel room in the united states. This duplex penthouse suite has a total of five bedrooms, two powder room, six bathrooms, a kitchen, a library and a dining room for starters. Did I mention the gorgeous view of Central Park?


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