What can you buy for $40’000 nowadays? A nice sports car, a deposit on a new house, opportunity to travel the world or just one night in the most expensive hotel room in America.
The Ty Warner Penthouse has an admission price of $40k per night and is situated at the apex of New York’s sumptuous Four Seasons. So what does all that cash get you?
For starters you’ll receive a 24-hour personal butler, a Rolls-Royce with a chauffeur, and a personal trainer to remind you how badly you do seven push-ups.
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The room has a library with a large selection of books and ample seating for you to lounge around and read.
Stroll over to the window to marvel at the stunning views of New York City. Since it’s the highest suite in the city (800ft above street level), rest assured no one will hear you practice “Chopsticks” on the grand piano.
The dining room’s the quintessential place to savor your Hungry-Man Sports Grill Beer-Battered Chicken, and be sure to place forks on the left and work your way through the silverware towards the center, lest your dinner guests find you uncultured and leave before the big piano performance.
The bedroom looks like a place where an eccentric ’90s millionaire would smoke a cigar and contemplate the Internet. It comes standard with 22-carat gold threaded bed sheets and a Hastens Vividus mattress that was hand-crafted in Sweden.
The master bath features a bath and sink carved out of rock crystal, and a very large window allows you to gaze out at Central park while bathing.
Source: Thrill List