New York City is one the most expensive cities in the world to live in, and even visiting for a weekend can put quite a dent in your pocket. But those who don’t mind shelling out thousands of dollars will definitely find some of the most luxurious hotel rooms in the world in the bustling city. Would you believe that one suite costs more than $40,000 per night? We’ve compiled a list of the 12 most expensive hotels in New York City. We invite you to indulge in the suite life.
12. Waldorf Astoria Presidential Suite
The Waldorf Astoria is an NYC landmark. The lavish hotel has set the global standard for fine dining, luxury accommodations and 5-star events. The Presidential Suite boasts 2,245 sq. feet of living space, 3 bedrooms and 3.5 marble bathroom suites with master boudoir. The lush loft has accommodated eight decades of U.S. Presidents. One night in the Presidential Suite will cost you $9,500.
11. Two-Bedroom Penthouse Suite at Trump Soho Hotel
A two-bedroom penthouse suite at Donald’s renowned Manhattan hotel will cost you $10,000 per night. The lavish apartments rest on the 46th floor and command expansive city views of the Hudson River and East River Bridges. Inside you will find Italian marble countertops, custom-designed furnishings by Fendi Casa and luxurious Acqua di Parma amenities. By booking the “Penthouse Experience” you will also be entitled to a house car, your choice of a Bentley or Maybach.
10. The Royal Suite at Ritz Carlton – Central Park
The Royal Suite resides on the 22nd floor of this opulent hotel. Just spending one night in this 1,980 sq ft luxury suite can cost up to $14,000. The chambers feature 700-thread-count linens custom designed by Pratesi, a floor model telescope to capture the breathtaking views of Central Park and complimentary access to Club Lounge.
9. Empire Suite at The Carlyle
The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel attracts the sophisticated traveler who’s in search of a true Manhattan experience. Book a night in the three-bedroom Empire Suite and expect to spend about $15,000. The art-deco inspired apartment was designed by Thierry Despont and presents 2,600 sq. ft. of living space. Enjoy unobstructed views of Central Park with floor-to-ceiling picture windows and 24-hour room service.
8. Towers Royal Suite at The New York Palace Hotel
The New York Palace is a luxuriously classic hotel situated on Madison Ave. The Towers Royal Suite is perched high on the 45th floor overlooking the bustling city streets of Manhattan. The suite’s French decor is reminiscent of the King Louis XV to the Napoleon eras. The apartment is furnished with exquisite silks and imperial golds. One night in the Royal Suite costs $15,000.
7. Tribeca Penthouse at The Greenwich
The Greenwich hotel rests in the trendy Tribeca neighborhood. Co-owned by actor Robert DeNiro, the hotel’s design is sophisticated and minimalistic. The TriBeCa Penthouse was created by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt and Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki. The penthouse’s design incorporates the philosophical beliefs of Wabi: beauty found in imperfection and authenticity. In the suite you’ll find coffee tables made out of boulders, a centuries-old French farm trough and a stair rail made out of an old rake. The suite also offers a 4,000-square-foot terrace with a heated spa pool. One sleep costs $16,000.
6. Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental New York
The Mandarin Oriental hotel situated on Columbus Circle overlooks Central Park and offers breathtaking views of the New York City skyline. Indulge yourself by retiring to the 2640 sq. foot Presidential Suite. The master bedroom features upholstered silk walls and a spacious walk-in closet paneled with sycamore. The adjoining bathroom is decorated in honey onyx and offers an over-sized soaking tub. One night on the 53rd floor will cost you $18,000.
5. The Tata Suite at The Pierre
The Pierre is an iconic flagship of the Taj Hotels that sits on the city’s grandest street, Fifth Avenue. The Tata Suite is the hotel’s Presidential Suite, situated on the 39th floor boasting stunning views of Central Park. The suite features Turkish marble bathrooms, a custom silver leaf table that accommodates eight and a pantry kitchen. One night in these sumptuous surroundings will cost $20,000.
4. The Peninsula Suite
The Peninsula New York is exquisitely located on Fifth Avenue and 55th Street in Midtown Manhattan. The grandiose Peninsula Suite features six rooms, including a spacious master bedroom and bathroom, dining room with adjoining kitchen, elegant living room, study, second bedroom and bathroom and guest powder room. Slumber on a hand-stitched bed by Savoir or marvel at the dramatic foyer featuring Brazilian cherry wood flooring and Murano glass chandeliers. The luxurious apartment costs $24,000 per night.
3. The Royal Plaza Suite at The Plaza Hotel
The Plaza hotel offers 102 lavish suites which boast the largest square footage of any luxury hotel in New York City. The 2700 sq. foot Royal Plaza Suite features three plush bedroom and overlooks Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain. The suite’s decor is inspired by the milieu of the royal court of Louis XV. The Royal Suite is accessed via private elevator and offers over-sized ensuite baths decorated with marble mosaic tile and 24-carat gold plated Sherle Wagner fixtures, a private library and state of the art fitness facility. Enjoy complimentary butler services. This opulent suite costs $30,000 a night.
2. The Presidential Suite at The St. Regis
The classically sophisticated St. Regis hotel rests at 5th Avenue and 55th street. The St. Regis is one of the most expensive hotels in New York City and boasts recently redesigned guest rooms, suites and public spaces. Retire to the Presidential Suite which features a large foyer, formal dining room, living room and wood-paneled library. The master suite offers an expansive luxury dressing room, spa-style bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and lavish bedroom with a private sitting area. Escape to this chic accommodation for only $35,000 a night.
1. Ty Warner Penthouse at The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons, New York’s tallest five-star luxury hotel, boasts 368 spacious hotel rooms and luxury suites off Park Avenue. Make your way to the 52nd floor and experience elegance at its finest in the TY Warner Penthouse. The 4300 sq. foot suite offers a 360-degree view of the city – Uptown, Downtown and Midtown and the finest quality finishes. The master bedroom features walls with hand-applied straw marquetry by French artisans, hand-stamped Venetian velvet, Thai silk with 22-carat gold threads and custom-designed furniture. The suite which cost $50 million to construct and decorate, sells for $45,000 per night.