The Grand Penthouse at The Mark, New York

The Grand Penthouse at The Mark, New York

For most of us choosing where to stay when we travel is a balance of budget, location and facilities. Imagine for a second that money was of no concern and allow yourself to follow us on a tour of accommodations that far surpass the term holiday rental.

Here are the 15 most expensive hotels you could choose to drop your bags, admire the view and roll around on bedsheets fit for a king.

The Grand Penthouse at The Mark, New York
Designed by Jacques Grange and situated over the top 2 floors of The Mark Hotel in New York’s Upper East Side, this decadent sleek, and modern 12,000-foot square space will set you back close to US$100 000,- a night.

The suite boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a library lounge, two wet bars and a dining room in which you could host 24. The living space can be converted to a ballroom should you wish to invite more people over! City views don’t get much better than this either; gaze out over Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art and enjoy dining on the 2,500 square foot rooftop terrace.

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Chef Jean-George is on hand to create menus to tantalise; Frederic Fekkai will tame your tresses and Bergdorf Goodman offers suit tailoring at any time you choose.

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