Top 3 Most Expensive Hotels in New York

New York is the largest city in the United States and also by far the most populous. Five boroughs divide Greater New York: The Bronx up North, the strip of Manhattan parallel to the Hudson River, Queens in the East, Brooklyn below, and Staten Island across the river’s mouth, to the West. Its location is strategically situated at the mouth of the Hudson River, where it meets the Atlantic Ocean in the Southeast.

As a crucial financial, cultural, and commercial center, you’d naturally expect a massive city like New York to simply be the core of luxury as well. Aptly nicknamed the City of Dreams, it’s no secret that people from all over the world dream of living in New York. But what’s dreamier than living like royalty in the United States’ top destination cities?

If you want to make your dream of seeing New York through the eyes of the affluent, continue reading to discover the top three most expensive hotels in New York. Make luxury your reality starting at $40,000 a night.


3. The Royal Suite of The Plaza

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In the City that Never Sleeps, there stands the historic New York icon, the Plaza Hotel, at the South of Central Park. Debuting in 1907, it’s been more than a hundred years of lavish social affairs that the Plaza has gone down in New York history having served and housed kings, presidents, and stars of all ages.

It’s the third on our list for a reason. For $40,000 a night, the building has its private lift that only esteemed guests of the Royal Suite can access, ensuring seclusion and a lowkey profile. The sizable suite is 400-square feet wide with three bedrooms and 3 baths, an immense living room, and a distinct dining room that seats up to a dozen guests—enough to play royal court for a weekend. The devil’s indeed in the details with splendid fabrics, 24-carat detailing, and spacious windows up to the high ceilings, with elegant crown trimmings. And if it’s the view you’re after, you’ll never be disappointed since the bedroom also boasts a breathtaking view of Fifth Avenue.

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2. Ty Warner Penthouse of Four Seasons Hotel

Second on the list is the luxury hotel suite, Ty Warner Penthouse. Sitting on the 52nd floor topmost of the highest all-hotel building in New York and at the most distinguished address at that, it’s an architectural and artistic masterpiece in one—an experience to behold. The one-of-a-kind penthouse atop the Four Seasons Hotel offers a 360-panoramic view of the Manhattan skyline, allowing you to witness New York in all its forms: uptown, midtown, and downtown sceneries.

Less suite and more of a castle in the clouds, the Ty Warner Penthouse allows multiple rooms of customized and commissioned luxury from many big names in the art and architectural industry. The walls are hand-lacquered and in-laid with mother of pearl by the infamous American artist, Nancy Lorenz. Claude and Francois Xavier Lalanne, respectable French sculptors, also collaborated on the project with floor-to-ceiling bookcases with intricate vine leaf details. And if it’s not enough luxury, the canopy of the master’s bedroom is made of lustrous Thai silk embedded with 22-carat pure gold strings and threads. It can be considered a multi-layered, multi-faceted work of art in the form of a room—all yours for only $60,000 per night.

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1. The Mark Penthouse of The Mark Hotel

It comes not a surprise that the largest and grandest hotel suite penthouse in the U.S. made it to the top 1. Overlooking Central Park, its rooftop terrace is 2,500 square feet, plus an additional 10,000 more for the suite itself. Being the biggest in New York and beyond, it’s a lavish majestic residence that paints the pinnacle of American modern luxury. For a great $75,000 a night, you can call the spacious, over-the-top two-floor penthouse your home.

Custom-designed by celebrated French interior designer Jacques Grange, the penthouse includes 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, 4 fireplaces, 2 powder rooms, and 2 wet bars. Even the living room has a party trick up its sleeve: it can be converted to a full-size ballroom with a ceiling as high as 26-foot! Indeed, every piece of furniture and detail in the Mark Penthouse cannot be found anywhere else; it is utterly unique to the Mark Hotel alone. Additional luxuries include its own conservatory, a generous library lounge, and an exclusive rooftop terrace where you can dine out and witness the panoramic view of the Empire State.

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