Special Report

The Most Expensive Hotels in America

Source: Courtesy of Jet Luxury Resorts

10. Jet Luxury Resorts St Regis New York
> Location: New York, New York
> Best price: $1,055 (Amoma.com)

Located at the intersection of 55th Street and Fifth, this hotel is close to Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, the theater district, and more. You’ll find high-ceilinged suites decorated with ornate Louis XVI-style furniture, original architectural details such as deeply carved crown moldings, ornate crystal chandeliers, inviting marble baths, and luxe silk wall coverings. Services include a 24-hour butler.

Source: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels Limited

9. Four Seasons Hotel New York
> Location: New York, New York
> Best price: $1,095 (Booking.com)

This striking art deco building was designed by vaunted architect I.M. Pei, and it boasts views of Central Park, the luxury skyscrapers along Billionaires’ Row, and the Hudson and East rivers. Besides use of a Rolls-Royce house car, guests will enjoy rooms with custom hand-crafted furniture, marble baths, private terraces, plus a spa, 24-hour fitness center, steam, and sauna. Children get some perks, too, with child-proof rooms, pint-size robes, baby toiletries, complimentary use of strollers and other gear, plus coloring books, toys, and games.

Source: Courtesy of AccorHotels

8. Fairmont Heritage Place Ghirardelli Square
> Location: San Francisco, California
> Best price: $1,146 (Trip.com)

An all-suite hotel just steps from San Francisco Bay, the sophisticated contemporary room design includes hardwood floors, exposed brick, open ceilings, fireplaces, and breathtaking views. The full kitchen features appliances by Bosch, SubZero, and Wolf, and even a wine fridge. Chefs and waiters are available for catering, 24-hour butler and concierge service are offered, as are bicycles with helmets and locks, and outdoor terraces with firepits.

Source: Courtesy of Hilton Grand Vacations

7. The Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations
> Location: Urban Honolulu, Hawaii
> Best price: $1,199 (HomeAway)

Each suite has a balcony offering city, mountain, or ocean views, a ceiling fan, a fully equipped kitchen, and a washer and dryer. If you can tear yourself away from the pool, beach, fishing, snorkeling, fitness facility, and video arcade, you’ll discover there’s also a business center.

Source: Courtesy of Villaway, Inc.

6. Sunset Mid-Century Retreat
> Location: Los Angeles, California
> Best price: $1,332 (Expedia)

Designed by the renowned architect Richard Neutra, this luxury villa has been featured in numerous design magazines. Cool and sleek outside and in, the property has a private pool, hot tub and whirlpool, a fully equipped kitchen, a home office, washer/dryer, four bedrooms and four baths. Concierge, car service, chef service, and spa treatments are available.

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