For most of us, a hotel room is just a place to hang your hat after a long day of sightseeing. But for those rolling in dough, a hotel stay can transform a necessity into an experience. U.S. Travel News has compiled a list of the most expensive rooms in the U.S., although prices will make you tremble, these luxury suites will make you faint.
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
Cost: $40,000 per night
If you are looking to experience Las Vegas as a high roller, there’s no better place to escape to one of the Villas Palms’ two-story Sky. These monumental rooms – measures 9,000 square meters – are bearing sin city end of the match, with over-the-top amenities such as a glass-enclosed Jacuzzi pool (with spectacular views of the Strip), a gym and sauna, and 24 a – hour butler service. Also receive VIP club passes for a maximum of six people. Not in the mood to party? Dig in the rotating bed of the master bedroom for a movie night you will never forget.
The Fairmont San Francisco, San Francisco
Cost: $15,000 per night
In 1962, The Fairmont San Francisco echoed Tony Bennett singing about how he “left his heart in San Francisco”. And anyone who has fallen $ 15K for a night in the penthouse suite will surely fall in love too. Filled with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a formal dining room, a library and a billiards room, this 6,000 square foot suite, not of space. The facilities are no shortages or with a flat-screen TV and luxury bathroom products to boot. But the real gem here is the huge outdoor courtyard, which offers spectacular views of the San Francisco skyline and bay.
The Plaza Hotel, New York City
Cost: $30,000 per night.
This three bedroom, 3 1/2-bath suite occupies nearly 4,500 square meters of Plaza Hotel New York. Those who are willing to drop $ 30K a night you will be rewarded with a coveted view of Fifth Avenue and Grand Army Plaza, not to mention the services as a library and a kitchen fully equipped state-of-the-art. If you prefer not to cook, you can acquire the services of a professional private chef for the duration of your stay. And that’s not all: this lavish suite – dressed in 18th century French style decoration – also comes with round the clock butler service.