What a $40,000 Hotel Suite Looks Like!
There is the travelling elite – not you, of course – but the ultra-luxury traveller rents some of the most lavish and expensive hotel suites in America. Here are three fine examples that you cannot afford.
Four Seasons Hotel, NYC
Ty Warner Penthouse About $40,000 per night 4,300 Square feet
Fun Stuff: Tell your personal butler to fetch your personal on-call Rolls Royce chauffeur before your personal trainer arrives – all 3 included!
The Plaza Hotel, NYC
Royal Plaza Suite About $30,000 per night 4,490 Square feet
Fun Stuff: Created in case you want to feel like King Louis the XV. (Or have that much cash!)
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
Hardwood Suite About $25,000 a night 10,000 Square feet
Fun Stuff: Yup – there’s a real hardwood basketball court in the suite. You know – just in case…!
Yet, with a solid travel savings plan, look below for five spectacular suites starting at just $733 per night!
W San Francisco Hotel
The ‘Extreme Wow Suite’ (yes, that’s really the name) $3,490 Flexible Rate 900 Square Feet
Fun Stuff: You can get turndown service for your pet!
Note: OK, so it’s only 1/4 the size of your own home, but it’s all about location.
The Peninsula New York
Deluxe Suite $4,250 1,050 Square Feet
Fun Stuff: Ask for the Manhattan Retreat Package and get $50 hotel credit, 30% off spa, and a late check-out until 4:00PM!
Universal Loews Royal Pacific, Orlando
Royal Hospitality Parlor Suite 1,340 square feet $1,665
Fun Stuff: Their maximum occupancy is 10 guests (that’s only $166 per person!)
Note: You don’t really want 10 people sleeping in your suite do you?
Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Parlor Suite Rate: $733 Daily Average 1,280 square feet
Fun Stuff: ‘Fully automated and more intuitive than ever’ is in the description. What does THAT mean?
Note: Oh, don’t worry, if you need more space, they have 3,224 square foot two-bedroom villas on the golf course – price not listed!
The Hanua Kai Resort, Maui
Three Bedroom Specialty 2,300 Square feet (Unable to get rate for 3BR, but the 2BR is about $3,000 per night)
Fun Stuff: The Kamehameha Suite boasts the largest lanai on Maui!
Note: OK, so the ‘Three Bedroom Specialty’ name is not so special – yet who cares when you have this view!