New York’s most expensive hotel rooms

Most expensive hotel suite in New York costs $45,000 a night. 

A jaw-dropping $40,000—that’s what it will cost visitors to stay overnight in New York City’s most expensive hotel suite this September. has just published a new report that ranks the 10 costliest hotel suites in Manhattan. In coming up with the rankings, the site used the average rate at each establishment throughout the month of September as the basis of comparison.

The following table shows the 10 most expensive hotel suites in New York City along with their nightly rates for September 2013.


1. Ty Warner Penthouse (Four Seasons Hotel) $40,000

Soaring above the city, the Ty Warner Penthouse designed by I.M. Pei and Peter Marino is the highest hotel suite in Manhattan at 800 feet above the street. This 4,300 square-foot space offers incredible 360-degree views with its floor-to-ceiling windows, and features cathedral ceilings, diamond skylights and distinctive elements and artwork specially commissioned by internationally renowned artists and artisans.

2. The Presidential Suite (St. Regis) $35,000

Stay in a suite once occupied by Salvador Dali, Babe Paley and Marilyn Monroe! Amenities include a marble foyer, a fully-equipped kitchen with a separate entrance perfect for entertaining, a walnut-paneled library, three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a powder room. A full-service butler is on staff to meet guests’ every need at any hour.

3. Royal Plaza Suite (The Plaza) $30,000

Inspired by the ambiance of the royal court of Louis XV, The Royal Plaza Suite boasts an elaborate array of private and social rooms, a rich decorative style, sumptuous textiles and exquisite furnishings. Enter your private palace in your own personal elevator and enjoy the opulence of what the suite has to offer: a grand piano in the living room, a luxurious formal dining room that seats twelve, and of course the views of Fifth Avenue and the legendary Pulitzer Fountain.

4. The Peninsula Suite (The Peninsula) $24,000

The hotel’s premier accommodation, the Peninsula Suite has been newly renovated offering luxury and tranquility utilizing a more minimal, modern design than some of its counterparts. Some of the more unique amenities include marble bathrooms with mood lighting and a customized sleep experience featuring hand-stitched Savoir beds and a choice of luxury linens. Take advantage of the Forbes Five Star-rated Peninsula Spa rooftop spa as well of the rooftop bar Salon de Ning, both of which offer fantastic cityscape views.

5. The Tata Suite (The Pierre) $20,000

The Tata Suite is The Pierre’s Presidential Suite located on the hotel’s 39th floor, providing spectacular views of Central Park. Decorated in neutrals and beiges with hints of India, highlights include an expansive living room, two bedrooms with baths, a dining room with custom silver leaf table which seats eight, and a pantry kitchen. The Tata Suite may be combined with other rooms and suites to provide up to 6 bedrooms and a private floor.

6. Presidential Suites (The Mandarin Oriental) $18,000

Located on top of the Time Warner Center, The Mandarin Oriental is in a truly prime location on Columbus Circle, offering views of not only Central Park but the Hudson River and the glittering cityscape as well. Tasteful Asian touches are evident in the Presidential Suite including handcrafted rugs and unique artwork alongside stunning artifacts and furnishings. Opulence and an eye for detail are apparent in the master bedroom with its upholstered silk walls and sycamore walk-in closet, while the adjoining bathroom’s boasts an oversized tub and enclosed steam shower for two.

7. Tower Royal Suite (The New York Palace Hotel) $15,000

Experience the grandeur of Versailles in the heart of contemporary New York at The Palace Hotel, where you will genuinely be treated like royalty. Rococo rooms revive French period décor, from the gold leaf in crown molding to Corinthian columns in the bathroom. The suite is furnished with period furniture and includes a master bedroom in every shade of gold, his and hers dressing rooms, two guest chambers, a drawing room decorated in rich cranberry silk, and a formal dining rooms that seats twelve. Views of Madison Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral set this stunner apart.

8. Empire Suite (The Carlyle) $15,000

The Art Deco inspired Empire Suite, a spacious three-bedroom duplex located on floors 28 and 29 of the Rosewood Hotel, truly blurs the line between hotel accommodations and a residential apartment. Designed by famed interior designer Thierry Despont, this suite features a one-of-a-kind spiral staircase, walls wrapped in cashmere, an office equipped with an Apple computer, and a private art collection curated by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

9. Royal Suite (The Ritz Carlton) $14,000

Discover the luxurious hotel Royal Suite at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park featuring the ambiance of a private home with an oversized marble bathroom, a state-of-the-art entertainment system, feather duvets and a choice of seven different types of pillows. Enjoy easy access to the best of New York City’s vibrant culture and then retreat to your oasis to relax and unwind with complimentary access to the Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge.

10. 2-BR Penthouse (Trump SoHo) $10,000

For those that prefer downtown chic to midtown madness, Trump SoHo is situated where SoHo meets Tribeca and the West Village. Rather than Central Park, the penthouse suites’ views include the Hudson River, midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building, downtown or the East River bridges. Open loft-like layouts and custom designed modernist furnishings by Fendi Casa make the penthouses unique. Have a drink at The Library or visit The Spa, featuring New York’s only private luxury hamman experience.