Most Expensive US Hotel Rooms
Hotel prices are rising so quickly that it's a wonder anyone can keep up with them. The situation isn't helped by the fact that everyone ones to be the one to offer the most expensive, most luxurious suite possible. The average hotel room costs around $90 per night and that number increases every year. Some hotels, of course, are simply not equipped to offer $25,000 per night rooms, but it won't be long before the benchmark set by the Atlantis is surpassed. In fact, rumor has it that New York's Four Seasons Hotel is about to offer a room for $30,000 per night.
Forbes has the newest list of the US's most expensive hotel rooms. Starting at $10,000 per night, these super suites offer a super stay to celebrities and business people every day of the year. The highest priced suites include:
The Penthouse at The Setai in Miami costs $25,000 per night. It includes a personal butler, Andrew Marston, who used to supervise the Buckingham Palace staff. The suite also has four bedrooms, two of which are master suites, and twin living rooms.
Peninsula Suite at The Peninsula in New York costs $15,000 per night. Prefect for entertaining with views of the city, a grand piano and a dining room that can seat 10, the 3,300-sq. foot room can be expanded to 4,500 by adding an adjoining Deluxe suite.
The Villas at The Mansion at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas can cost up to $15,000 per night. They are 4 bedroom suites (smaller are available) that are up to 12,000-sq. feet and housed in the 290,000-sq. foot Tuscan-style Mansion. Suites have a discreet butler entrance, so guests will never have to leave their rooms - and they probably won't want to.