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Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in NYC

Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in NYC

Summertime is a great time to travel, see the sights, and take part in some world-class pampering. However, if you’re looking for the ultimate in luxury and indulgence, you’ll want to stay at the most expensive hotel in NYC.

The most expensive hotel in NYC is The Mark Hotel. Specifically, the Mark Penthouse, a 12,000-square foot all-inclusive private suite. It currently costs $75,000 per night and is considered to be the peak of opulence in hotel suites in the New York City area.

Ready to learn more about the top luxury hotels so you can plan your next high-end vacation? Take a trip with us through the finest New York City has to offer.

Here are the Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in NYC:

  1. The Mark Hotel Penthouse Suite – $75,000
  2. The Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse Suite – $50,000
  3. The Plaza Hotel Royal Suite – $40,000
  4. The Ritz-Carlton Royal Suite – $40,000
  5. The Mandarin Oriental Suite 5000 – $36,000
  6. The St. Regis Presidential Suite – $35,000
  7. The Park Hyatt Presidential Suite – $30,000
  8. The Peninsula Hotel Peninsula Suite – $25,000
  9. The Lotte New York Palace Champagne/Jewel Suite – $25,000
  10. The Pierre Hotel Tata Presidential Suite – $22,000

10. The Pierre Tata Presidential Suite – $22,000

photo source: The Pierre New York

Encompassing the entire 39th floor of the Pierre Hotel, the Tata Presidential Suite is a steal on our list at a median price of $22,000. Rooms can vary in price based on the number of rooms you request and the dates of your stay, from as low as $11,250 to as high as $35,200.

You can choose from 2, 3, or 6-bedroom suite options for this Upper East Side Hotel between 5th and Madison. It is a dog-friendly establishment for companion dogs up to 15 pounds.

Why It’s Expensive

The Tata Presidential Suite gives you the option of booking only a 2-bedroom suite option. You have the option of booking 6 total connected bedroom suites on the entire top 39th floor of the hotel spanning 2,088 – 4,786 sq ft.

This suite offers stunning views of both Central Park and Manhattan. It contains glass-enclosed showers and separate tubs in Turkish marble bathrooms with double vanities. You also receive plush monogrammed slippers and robes for your stay.

The Tata Presidential Suite also features a dining room with seating for up to 8 guests, a pantry kitchen, a 55- to 65-inch 4K Smart TV, and a living room with a vanity fireplace. With the 2 bedroom suite option, you get a Master bedroom with a king-sized bed and a second bedroom with 2 twin beds.

While you’re staying at the Tata Presidential Suite on 2 E 61st St, it’s just a 9-minute walk down to the Serendipity 3 Restaurant to have Le Burger Extravagant. It’s one of the most expensive burgers ever at $295 for a Wagyu beef burger fried in truffle butter, with a fried quail egg and aged cheddar. You even get a diamond topped toothpick as a souvenir!

This expensive hotel room is still just a drop in the bucket when compared to our most expensive hotel in NYC.

9. The Lotte Palace Champagne Suite/Jewel Suite – $25,000

photo source: The Lotte New York Palace

The Lotte Palace Champagne Suite plays host to prominent businessmen, heads of state, diplomats, members of the Royal Family, and Middle Eastern monarchs. The hotel’s courtyard faces the back of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The Lotte Palace Hotel also played host as a filming location for the CW drama “Gossip Girl” the TV show.

The Lotte Palace Hotel has a AAA rating 4-diamond rating with the main entrance on Park and Madison Avenues. It boasts two $25,000 per night suites to take your pick from, The Champagne Suite and The Jewel Suite.

Why It’s Expensive

Both suites have three floors, totaling 5,000 sq ft each, and have their own private elevator access. You also get your very own landscaped terrace with a hot tub and an in-suite kitchenette.

The Champagne Suite’s living room features floor-to-ceiling windows to give you a panoramic view of the city. It has its own stocked champagne refrigerator with a fully stocked cocktail bar. The formal living room seats 10 people.

The second floor of the Champagne Suite has a Master bedroom with a king-sized bed with a pillow menu and luxury imported linens. The Master suite has a separate living room area with a dining table accommodation for 6.

The Master bathroom has a bidet and a luxury jet bathtub, as well as microfiber slippers and robes, and a selection of bath products from Molton Brown. A second bedroom with two queen beds allows for up to 6 guests

The third floor has a third living room area that opens out to the outdoor terrace and has a waterfall spa hot tub.

The Jewel Suite takes its inspiration from jewelry designer Martin Katz. It makes you feel like you’re living inside a jewelry box. Staying in the Jewel Suite gives you a complimentary diamond microband ring.

The Jewel Suite features a two-story cascading chandelier in the entryway and white marble bathrooms. Glass cases throughout display more than $1.5 million of Martin Katz’s jewelry pieces. Guests staying at the Jewel Suite can book a private consultation with Martin Katz.

8. The Peninsula Hotel Peninsula Suite – $25,000

photo source: The Peninsula New York

The Peninsula Hotel’s Peninsula Suite provides 5-star luxury accommodations and breathtaking views of Fifth Avenue’s cityscape. A pied-à-terre or apartment-style layout allows for maximum comfort and relaxation.

Occupancy for 4 people is facilitated by a king-sized bed in the Master bedroom and a king or two twin beds in the second bedroom.

Why It’s Expensive

The Peninsula Suite is an Art Deco-inspired accommodation that spans 3,300 sq ft. It offers six rooms total including a living room, 2 bedrooms, a study/library, a dining room, and a butler’s kitchen. You have the option to create a 3-bedroom suite by booking an attached Deluxe Suite as well.

Guests of the Peninsula Suite are given the choice of luxury linens for the finest crafted Savoir mattresses for a personalized sleep experience. The Peninsula Suite provides a selection of complimentary liquor and other drinks.

Guests are even given round-trip transfers from the airport in a high-end BMW.

7. The Park Hyatt Presidential Suite – $30,000

photo source: The Park Hyatt New York

The Park Hyatt is centrally located near some of the best sights of New York City on 57th St. The Presidential Suite at The Park Hyatt New York is just one block from Central Park. It is directly across the street from Carnegie Hall.

The one-bedroom suite is located on the hotel’s 23rd floor with east and south-facing wraparound skyline views. Enjoy 5-star amenities and spa services.

Why It’s Expensive

The Park Hyatt Presidential Suite is pricey for a reason and one of the prime reasons is that this suite setup comes with its very own butler. The Presidential Suite also has a private separate entrance.

Guests of the Presidential Suite can even take advantage of the dedicated Park Hyatt’s personal chauffer for any trips within a 10-block radius.

Dogs less than 50 pounds are welcome to stay with their owners and receive dog beds, treats, and bowls too.

The Presidential Suite is a 2,300-sq ft space with one bedroom and a king bed. Wall-to-wall marble flooring opens to a dining room with a personal bar and a Butler’s kitchen. It contains a 55” TV in the living room and bedroom with an additional TV located in the bathroom.

6. The St. Regis Presidential Suite – $35,000

The St. Regis Hotel is located at E 55th St in Midtown Manhattan and is a 5-minute walk from the Museum of Modern Art.

The St. Regis Presidential Suite was once inhabited by famous surrealist artist Salvidor Dali. It has a contemporary appeal with all of the modern luxury-based conveniences you expect.

Why It’s Expensive

The Presidential Suite is a 3,430 sq ft space with two luxurious bedrooms and a state-of-the-art kitchen. There is a king-sized bed in both bedrooms to sleep 4 comfortably with 4 plush robes also available.

A whirlpool tub in the Master bathroom fits two people. The Master bedroom has a walk-in closet. There are three bathrooms total, along with a study, office, a separate dining room, a separate living room, and a sitting area.

Floor-to-ceiling windows let you enjoy the view of Central Park, 5th Ave., and 55th St. A large balcony provides an even better view of the city.

The St. Regis Butler Service gives you your own private butler 24 hours a day for whatever you need or want, no matter how big or how small it may be. With accommodations at the St. Regis Hotel’s Presidential Suite, you also have access to the hotel’s luxury Bentley automobile whenever you wish.

5. The Mandarin Oriental Suite 5000 – $36,000

photo source: The Mandarin Oriental New York

Located at Columbus Circle, The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is just a 2-minute walk from scenic Central Park. The Mandarin Oriental Suite 5000 is available as a 2 or 3-bedroom suite option with an adjoining bedroom. It offers 3,300 sq ft of space.

Situated on the 50th floor it delivers phenomenal city views of the New York City Skyline, The Hudson River, and Central Park. The Suite 5000 is a blend of indulgence and grandness.

Why It’s Expensive

The Suite 5000 at Mandarin Oriental is one part cultural experience with a generous helping of wonderment. Suite 5000 offers guests a more residential apartment experience with exquisite decor.

It features two plush bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. As well as a media room, dining room for 8, a large living room, and a kitchen. The 2 main bedrooms come with 2 king-sized beds and the additional room option has 1 twin bed.

The Master bathroom displays a large contemporary soaking tub amongst white marble, which is bathed by the light shining through a halo of illuminated Swarovski crystals.

The Suite 5000 offers twice-daily housekeeping, complimentary shoeshine, and a laptop-sized in-room safe. Use of the house car is also available upon availability.

4. The Ritz-Carlton Royal Suite – $40,000

photo source: The Ritz-Carlton New York

The Ritz-Carlton is a name that has been synonymous with luxury and distinction. Located at 50 Central Park South, is just steps away from the iconic Central Park entrance.

The 1,980 sq ft suite on the 22nd floor provides posh accommodations for 4 people in two rooms with panoramic views of Central Park and 6th Avenue. There is an option to create a 4-bedroom suite with the addition of extra bedrooms.

Why It’s Expensive

The Ritz-Carlton’s Royal Suite combines a prime location with the ultimate in comfort. With this Royal Suite, you get two living rooms, an office study room, a kitchenette, and a dining room for up to 12 people. You can view the sights with your own en-suite telescope.

The suite comes furnished with custom-made furnishings. The two bedrooms both contain king-size beds with 400 thread count linens from Frette. The bedroom has a large walk-in closet.

You’ll also get 2.5 Carrara marble bathrooms with a towel warmer and plush terry robes and slippers. There is a separate soaking tub and dual rainforest-style showerheads. Double sink, a toilet with a bidet, and a powder room with a light-up mirror.

The Royal Suite also features a limited edition collection of art on display by local NY artists. You also receive personal butler service, upon request, to tend to your every whim. Your room key grants access to the Club Lounge and a 24-hour concierge service and in-room dining as well.

3. The Plaza Hotel Royal Suite – $40,000

photo source: The Plaza New York

The legendary Plaza Hotel has existed at its 5th Avenue at Central Park South address for well over a century. It is located near prime shopping establishments like Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys. Dozens of blockbuster films like Bride Wars, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, and Sleepless in Seattle have been also been filmed at The Plaza.

Not one to be outdone, the Plaza Hotel has a Royal Suite of its own in contention for the most expensive hotel in NYC. With up to 4,500 sq ft of space, the Plaza’s $40,000 per night Royal Suite is decked out in decadence.

Why It’s Expensive

With the Plaza Hotel Royal Suite, you can take your pick of a one, two, or three-bedroom configuration. Each room layout has a full bathroom and a powder room.

The Royal Suite contains a formal entrance gallery and a Chef’s kitchen containing restaurant-grade appliances. A dining room seats up to 12 guests. There is also private elevator access directly to the suite.

The Master bathroom features heated floors along with 24-carat gold-plated fixtures and a gold-gilded floral motif as well as mosaic floors and walls with crystal lighting fixtures. Separate toilets give privacy. A white tub with gold clawfoot accents adds elegance.

A large Master bedroom offers the comfort of a king bed with sumptuous linens. A spacious dressing area showcases wood-paneled and leather closets with plenty of built-in drawers for storage.

If all that still isn’t enough there is a regal living room with grand piano, a separate library, and a fully equipped en-suite fitness room. You’ll also find a state-of-the-art electronics room for controlling the lighting, temperature, and window blinds. Top it all off with the Plaza’s white glove butler service.

This Royal Suite is only in the Top 3 of the most expensive hotel suites. Find out the top two most expensive hotel rooms below.

2. The Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse Suite – $50,000

photo source: Four Seasons Hotel New York

The Four Seasons is located at 57 E 57th St just minutes from high-end shops like Chanel, Fendi, and Louis Vitton, and a 12-minute walk to Rockefeller Plaza. The Ty Warner Suite sits atop the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons New York location.

The $50,000 Ty Warner Penthouse Suite is named after Ty Warner, the brains behind the Beanie Babies. Yes, Ty Warner is the name of the TY brand that created those pellet-filled 90s toys that took the world by storm. Ty Warner also owns The Four Seasons New York hotel.

Why It’s Expensive

The Ty Warner Suite incorporates the elements of sleek and modern angular decor. The 4,300 sq ft Ty Warner Suite was designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, the man behind the Louvre Pyramid. It boasts four glass balconies for a 360º view of the city from the highest penthouse in the world.

You can access the Ty Warner Penthouse through your own private elevator. Upon entering, you’ll find a Zen Room with a floor-to-ceiling continuous waterfall cascading down attached to a wall made from a green semi-precious granite called bowenite from South Africa. A great place to relax and unwind.

The Spa Room contains personal fitness equipment such as a Peloton bicycle, as well as massage tables for a private spa feel. You can de-stress with a massage, upon request, from the L.RAPHAEL Spa.

The oversized Master bathroom is decorated with rare Chinese Onyx. Featuring double sinks, a deep onyx infinity soaking tub with fiber optic lighting and six jets, a separate glass-enclosed shower, and a TV. There is also a guest powder room and a Bösendorfer baby grand piano.

Take advantage of a chauffeured Rolls-Royce and a dedicated Guest Relations Manager.

The Ty Warner Suite blends architecture and artistry for an unforgettable experience. But even at $50,000 per night, it’s still only a runner-up to the most expensive hotel in NYC.

1. The Mark Hotel Penthouse Suite – $75,000

photo source: The Mark

The most expensive hotel in NYC is the Penthouse Suite at The Mark Hotel which costs a whopping $75,000 per night. The palatial accommodations unfold in 10,000 sq ft of space across 2 floors on the Mark Hotel’s 16th floor.

The custom furnishings in the Penthouse Suite were designed by Jacques Grange and are distinct only to the Mark Hotel.

Why It’s Expensive

The Penthouse Suite is dressed to impress with an array of offerings and features. This includes 3 king bedrooms, 2 queen bedrooms, 6 total bathrooms, and 2 powder rooms. There is a dining room large enough for 12 people.

The Living Room is spacious enough to transform into a full Grand Ballroom with 26-foot ceilings, a wet bar, and a fireplace. There are a total of 2 wet bars and 4 fireplaces. With the Mark Hotel Penthouse, you also get a personal Conservatory and a library lounge.

A private rooftop terrace offers access to panoramic views of the New York City skyline and Central Park. The terrace has a dining area for a magnificent 2,500 sq ft outdoor entertaining space.

Throw in some personalized Loro Piana slippers to sweeten the deal. All of this, and so much more, is why your next trip to New York and The Mark Hotel Penthouse Suite will be one to remember.

While the Mark Hotel Penthouse is the most expensive hotel in NYC, it’s not the most expensive hotel room overall, though it comes pretty close. The title of the most expensive hotel in Las Vegas goes to the $100,000 per night Empathy Suite at The Palms Casino Hotel.

What’s the Most Expensive Hotel in NYC?

If you want to be truly pampered in luxury and grandeur, the Penthouse Suite at the Mark Hotel is the most expensive hotel in NYC which will set you back $75,000 a night.

But if you want your own Grand Ballroom, Conservatory, library, and rooftop terrace, this is the crème de la crème of hotel suites in New York. Whether you’re calling the Penthouse Suite your home away from home for a few nights or longer, staying in accommodations like this will make it much harder to leave.

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