Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in America
If money were no object and you had your pick of any hotel room in America for a night, which would you choose? The country's most in-demand destinations are filled with luxury options, but only the best of the best can get away with charging nightly rates that reach well into the five figure range.
When visiting these big-ticket properties, it helps to be an A-list celeb or visiting dignitary, but anyone willing to pony up the dough can enjoy one of these over-the-top options for an unforgettable overnight experience.
1. Four Seasons Hotel, New York - $ 50,000 a night
While its regular rooms aren't too shabby, the Four Seasons has cemented its commitment to luxury by offering North America's most expensive hotel suite. The 4,300 square foot Ty Warner Penthouse, which took seven years and $50 million to construct, offers unobstructed, panoramic views of the city from its glass balconies some 700 feet above Manhattan. Guests enjoy extras such as personal butler service, a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce, and a $65,000, custom-made bed with 22-karat gold woven throughout the bedspread.
2. The Palms, Las Vegas - $ 35,000 a night
In a city full of high rollers, The Palms lures big-wigs off of the Strip thanks to its over-the-top offerings. On the weekends, the two-story sky villa comes in as Las Vegas’s most expensive option for an overnight stay. Highlights include a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool, private terraces, massage and fitness rooms and even a dry sauna.
3. The Setai, Miami - $ 32,000 a night
Situated on one of America’s most famous hotel streets – Miami Beach’s Collins Avenue – The Setai stands out thanks in part to its opulent oceanfront penthouse. At 10,000 square-feet, the jaw-dropping accommodations take up The Setai’s entire 40th floor, offering 360-degree city and beach views. The night spread include four bedrooms, gourmet kitchen, and large dining room, as well as a 3000 square foot rooftop tropical sanctuary.
4. Park Hyatt, New York - $ 30,000 a night
The Park Hyatt impresses with its 2,239-square foot Presidential Suite. For $30,000 (and up) per night, guests relax while surrounded by natural stone floors, museum-quality artwork, and panoramic views of 58th Street.
5. The Plaza, New York - $ 30,000 a night
6. The Greenbrier – White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia - $ 25,000 a night
7. Beverly Wilshire, Four Seasons, Beverly Hills - $ 25,000 a night
8. Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas - $ 25,000 a night
9. New York Palace, New York - $ 25,000 a night
10. The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York - $ 20,000 a night
These expensive hotel rooms are only for those who have extravagant taste, and money to burn, retreat to luxurious digs, where opulence are unmatched. And the experience gained is just delightful luxury.