Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels In The U.S.

Most of us mere mortals would be happy to find a hotel for $100 a night that was in a safe area with good parking and maybe a free continental breakfast every morning. But for travelers for whom money is no object, paying thousands of dollars a night for a luxe hotel room is just another thing to do. Here are the most expensive hotels in the United States. The hotels were rated by the starting cost for a double occupancy room.

Mandarin Oriental, New York City

The Mandarin Oriental is across from Central Park and offers guests skyline views of the city. Sound systems, WiFi and flat screen TVs are outfitted in guest rooms, as well as desks, soaking tubs, and marble bathrooms.

Cost: $995/night for a double.

The Ritz-Carlton Central Park, New York City

The Ritz-Carlton is also across the street from Central Park. Luxury linens, marble bathrooms with soaking tubs are just a few of its amenities, as well as park and cityscape views.

Cost: $995/night for a double.

Baccarat Hotel & Residences, New York City

Located opposite the Museum of Modern Art, the Baccarat is an eight-minute stroll to Central Park and just a mile from the Empire State Building. Each room is fully set with WiFi, sound and TV.

Cost: $990/night for a double.

The St. Regis Hotel, New York City

The St. Regis is just a block away from the Museum of Modern Art and a six-minute walk to Central Park. The rooms feature 12-foot ceilings, silk-covered walls, and sound/TV/WiFi. Guests can take advantage of free valet parking and limousine service.

Cost: $945/night for a double.

The Plaza Hotel, New York City

Another incredible hotel across from Central Park, the Plaza dates back to the 19th-century and greets guests with French-style rooms that feature gold-plated fixtures. The beds are outfitted with luxury Italian linen and select rooms have private terraces.

Cost: $893/night for a double.

The Peninsula Hotel, New York City

The Peninsula is set amongst the tony retail shops along 5th Avenue and is just six minutes’ walk from Central Park. Guests can enjoy fully wired TV/WiFi/DVDs and relax in marble bathrooms. Upgrade to a suite and you’ll get warm by the fireplace after a relaxing soak in the soaking tub.

Cost: $845/night for a double.

The Park Hyatt Hotel, New York City

The Park Hyatt is right across the street from Carnegie Hall and it lies just one mile from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Guest rooms are WiFi/TV/sound outfitted, and visitors can relax with a rainfall shower or soaking tub before bedding down on luxe Italian linens.

Cost: $834/night for a double.

The Montage Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA

The Montage hotel in Beverly Hills, California is less than a mile from Rodeo Drive shopping and sightseeing. It’s also a short taxi or limo drive to the L.A. County Museum of Art. Guests can luxuriate in soaking tubs in their marble bathrooms or enjoy the sunshine or evening stars at the hotel’s rooftop pool.

Cost: $800/night for a double.

SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV

The MGM SKYLOFTS occupy the top two floors of the hotel and offer guests living areas and kitchens as well as butler service. Select suites offer private plunge pools and gaming tables. Guests also have preferred access to nightclubs, live entertainment, spas, and the hotel casino.

Cost: $800/night for a double.

The Lowell Hotel, New York City

The Lowell is a short block away from Central Park and a quick, seven-minute walk to the ritzy shops on 5th Avenue. Guests can enjoy fixing their own meals in in-room kitchenettes and settle down for a quiet evening in the separate sitting areas by the fireplace sit outside on the terrace.

Cost: $785/night for a double.

If more opulence is your thing and simple accommodations just won’t do, check into the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Fours Seasons hotel in New York City. The penthouse is 4,300 square feet of opulence that boasts four separate balconies to view the city from. The master suite offers a king-size bed with a 22-carat gold bedspread. Its furnishings are outfitted with Venetian velvet, Japanese silk, and calf leather. The cost starts at $50,000 per night. No problem, big spender!