Most Expensive Hotel Room In North America

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When I see an expensive hotel price for 1 night I usually joke that it’s like a mortgage payment. But the price tag on this suite is like a car purchase.

The 4,300-square-foot Ty Warner Penthouse on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons New York goes for $45,000 a night!


I’ve stayed in what I consider some expensive hotels in the past, like the Ocean Club in the Bahamas, the Park Hyatt Paris, or the Cap Juluca on Anguilla, but nothing like this.


What is the most expensive hotel room you’ve ever stayed in and how much was it?

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  1. I spent a week in the Presidential Suite at the Hyatt Waikiki Beach, but was upgraded by the VIP Manager. The rack rate on the room is $4500 per night. The best part is I only paid $149 per night plus a Diamond Certificate.

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