At $45,000 per night, the Four Seasons Ty Warner Penthouse suite is the king of all hotel rooms in New York City.
A private elevator soars 800 feet above the Big Apple to the 52nd floor revealing impressive 360-degree views of Manhattan from 25-foot-tall bronze-clad windows.
The megasuite features one bedroom, one-and-a-half bathrooms, a baby grand piano, four outdoor terraces, a Zen meditation room and a private spa.
Every detail—from the 700-square-foot library to the semi-precious stones from China inlaid in the walls—was hand-picked by Ty Warner—the hotel's owner and the creator of Beanie Babies. (That explains the Beanie Babies store in the hotel's lobby, in case you were wondering.)
With the price of the suite, the hotel throws in unlimited Cristal Champagne, caviar and massages, plus a 24/7 personal butler and a chauffeur to whisk you around town in a $475,000 black Rolls-Royce Phantom.
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