Special Report

The Most Expensive Hotels in America

Source: Courtesy of MGM Resorts International

20. Skylofts at MGM Grand
> Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
> Best price: $882 (Expedia)

Skyloft accommodations offer a personal touch, including personalized stationery, personal concierge service and a personal escort in elevators. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath suite is spread out over two floors and comes with a billiard room, butler’s pantry, media room, 24-hour butler service, and even color therapy. Some suites include a private plunge pool, an immersion chamber, and an infinity-edge spa tub.

Source: Courtesy of The Lowell Hotel

19. Hotel The Lowell
> Location: New York, New York
> Best price: $882 (Hotels.com)

Guests enter the 3,000-square-foot penthouse suite from its own private elevator landing. The suite comes with three bedrooms, four landscaped terraces with skyline views, a wood-burning fireplace, antique furnishings including a sterling silver mirror, plus custom pieces of fine art. Expect hand-painted fabric wallcovering, Miele and SubZero kitchen appliances, and a conservatory dining room.

Source: Courtesy of Aqua-Aston Hospitality

18. Aston Waikiki Beach Tower
> Location: Urban Honolulu, Hawaii
> Best price: $888 (Trip.com)

Unobstructed beach and ocean views are the star of the 1,072-square-foot, two-bedroom presidential suite deluxe. Relax on the private furnished lanai of the 40th floor accommodation, which also has a full kitchen and washer/dryer. Pool, cabanas, jet spa, yoga room, billiard tables, and barbecue grills are also on site.

Source: Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group Limited

17. Mandarin Oriental Boston
> Location: Boston, Massachusetts
> Best price: $895 (Booking.com)

Silk-lined walls, a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and dressing room, a study, and an open-plan living and dining area with an adjoining powder room for guests are just a few of the perks that make up the 2,600-square-foot presidential suite. There’s also a fireplace, a marble bathroom with oversized soaking tub, and large windows framing city views.

Source: Courtesy of Hyatt Corporation

16. Hyatt House at Anaheim Resort-Convention Center
> Location: Anaheim, California
> Best price: $898 (Hotels.com)

This self-described cozy extended-stay hotel is close to theme parks, sports arenas, golf and shopping. So close, in fact, that it offers views of Disneyland® Resort and fireworks from the one-bedroom kitchen tower suite. There’s also a full kitchen and dining accommodations for six.

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