New York City is a concrete jungle where dreams are made of, as a popular song goes. Much has been said and written about this city that is pulsing with life and excitement. This highly cosmopolitan and densely populated city is the center of commerce and finance, education, arts, entertainment, technology, fashion, and media conglomerates.
No wonder it is one of the most visited cities in the world. Almost 50 million visitors come to New York every year. Almost everyone wants to visit New York and see major points of interests like the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Times Square, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center and shopping centers along Fifth and Madison Avenue. They say that if you make it in New York, you can make it anywhere else in the world. One true test of having made it is to be able to live the high and luxurious life that the city has to offer.
Here are the 10 most expensive suites in the city that never sleeps.
10 2-BR Penthouse (Trump SoHo) $10,000
Soaring high above the lower Manhattan area is Trump SoHo and located on the top floors of this 46-story luxury hotel is their two-bedroom penthouse. Amazing views of the city is afforded with its floor-to-ceiling windows. This spacious penthouse suite has well-appointed living and dining rooms that make a guest feel right at home immediately. Well, a luxurious home, that is, as it is fitted with custom-designed furnishings by Fendi Casa, Bellino Italian linens, Italian marble, floating soaking tubs and Acqua di Parma amenities.
9 Royal Suite (The Ritz-Carlton) $14,000
The Ritz-Carlton New York offers the ambiance of a private home that is a stone's throw away from the Central Park with its Royal Suite. This one bedroom suite at the 22nd floor of this boutique hotel has one and a half bathrooms, linens designed by the world's most luxurious linen maker Pratesi, marble soaking tub, exclusively made amenities by Asprey and Cote Bastide, Bang & Olufsen TV, DVD and stereo system, and complimentary access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge.
8 Empire Suite Duplex (The Carlyle) $15,000
The Empire Suite is master planned and designed by Thiery Despont and the result is a uniquely spacious three-bedroom duplex that is in between a hotel accommodation and residential apartment. The 2,600 sq. ft. suite on the 28th and 29th floor also features a living space, four and a half bathrooms, full kitchen, an office space with an Apple computer and a private art collection.
7 Tower Royal Suite (New York Palace) $15,000
Enjoy royal treatment in this suite with rooms decked in the color of luxury, gold. It's easy to imagine the grand life of Versailles, which is the inspiration for the Tower Royal Suite. It is furnished with French decor, curated art and luxurious silks. Eight guests can comfortably live in opulence on the 45th floor in the heart of Manhattan at $15,000 a night.
6 Presidential Suites (Mandarin Oriental) $18,000
The higher the better holds true for this ultra-luxurious suite located at the 53rd floor where one can have amazing views of the Central Park and the skyline of New York. From handcrafted rugs to upholstered silk walls, the suite is impeccably designed and furnished with stunning custom-designed pieces and amenities.
5 The Tata Suite (The Pierre) $20,000
It’s no surprise really that The Pierre has been frequently used as a setting for movies and television shows, this Georgian style skyscraper that rises at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 61st Street is luxury and class defined. The Tata Suite has old-world elegance with a touch of Indian and Turkish feel with its marble floors, artworks and architectural details. This special accommodation comes with a personal butler servicing you from luggage handling and unpacking to preparing sumptuous in-suite meals.
4 The Peninsula Suite (The Peninsula) $24,000
The amazing service that comes with staying at The Peninsula Suite starts the moment you step out of the airport when you will be picked up by The Peninsula's BMW 7-series. With careful attention to elegant details this premier accommodation has six rooms: master bedroom, bathroom, dining room with kitchen, living room, study and a second bedroom. It features hand-stitched Savoir beds, luxury linens, pillows and duvets, dedicated iPad for use throughout the stay and complimentary services from unpacking, pressing and packing again.
3 Royal Plaza Suite (The Plaza) $30,000
You're definitely living the life in The Plaza's three-bedroom and three-bathroom Royal Plaza Suite that is overlooking the Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain. Each bedroom has a king size bed while each bathroom is fitted with 24-carat gold plated Sherle Wagner fixtures. There is also a large state-of-the-art kitchen with Viking appliances as well as an en-suite gym complete with fitness equipment. The suite can only be accessed via private elevator for utmost privacy and also provided with a personal butler for the convenience of guests.
2 The Presidential Suite (St. Regis) $35,000
Over at The St. Regis New York, staying at The Presidential Suite will make you feel like what it is to live like famous personalities Marilyn Monroe and Salvador Dali, who used to frequent this luxurious place. With marble foyer area, fully-equipped kitchen, living room with antique fireplace, walnut-paneled library, and service of a personal butler, you would understand why it is popular among the rich and famous.
1 Ty Warner Penthouse (Four Seasons Hotel) $45,000
It couldn't get any grander and luxurious than this 4,300-square-foot suite that is at the top of a skyscraper (over 240 meters) with 360-degree magnificent views of city. The devil is in the details of this highest hotel penthouse in New York City and proof of that is the seven years it took to finish it. Every inch of the suite is decked in luxury: semi-precious tiger's eye stone in the bathroom, calfskin leather walls in the dressing room, Thai silk with 22-carat gold threads, crystal chandelier and a grand piano. The suite also comes with a complimentary personal 24-hour on-call butler and a Rolls-Royce or Maybach provided for chauffeur service.
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