When the cost of a one-night stay in a hotel has a price tag similar to that of one-year at the nations most expensive private colleges, it’s certainly not accessible to anyone but the wealthiest few among us!
That said someone must be staying in them as 2016 saw the U.S. 2016 post the second best industry occupancy rate, behind 2015, at approximately 67.4%. New York City, despite an influx of hotel rooms onto the market, had an occupancy rate in the range of 86%.
From an article at Guest of a Guest, nine suites from around the world that represent another bastion of the rich and famous…
(For those who are interested in booking a room, reservation links are provided)
The Suites Of The Rich And Famous Located In New York City
Grand Penthouse at The Mark, NYC: Price Tag $75,000 a night! http://www.themarkhotel.com/rooms-and-suites/
Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons Hotel, New York: Price Tag: Starting at $50,000 a night http://www.fourseasons.com/newyork/accommodations/
Presidential Suite, The St. Regis New York: Price Tag: Starting at $35,000 a night http://www.stregisnewyork.com/rooms/presidential-suite
To read more about these suites and the other six from around the world, visit the article at Guest of a Guest here.
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