Posted on 13 Jan
If traveling to New York City is in your future, consider taking up temporary residence in The Mark Hotel's new suite – the most expensive at $75,000 per night. At 12,500 square feet, The Mark's penthouse debuted in September 2015 and offers five bedrooms, six baths, a ballroom and a rooftop terrace. Not only is it the largest hotel room on New York's Upper East Side, but the duplex is the largest suite in the United States. The only suite in the U.S. that comes close to rivaling the price is the Ty Warner penthouse at the Four Seasons, which costs $45,000. Meanwhile, the top room globally is at Hotel President Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland with a rate of $67,000 for 12 bedrooms. The penthouse was on the market with a pricetag of $60 million in 2008 as part of the hotel's residential side, but it never sold. Recently, The Mark owners say hotel guests have expressed a desire for larger space, prompting the conversion into a hotel suite. Guests of the suite determine every detail of their experience prior to their arrival, from which linens are used on the beds to selecting custom-fit house slippers and engraved stationery. Click here for more information on The Mark Hotel.