When it comes to luxury it is difficult to put a price to it. New York’s Four Seasons hotel has priced its Warner Penthouse suite at $35,000 a night. Apart from a butler and a personal trainer the guest staying in the suit is entitled to unlimited use of all the amenities provided by the hotel. The space, the decor and the view from the suit are the best and seem to justify the price.
The 4,300 square feet penthouse has a master bedroom, living room and library. The master bedroom has king-sized Hastens Vividus mattress which are handmade in Sweden and cost about $60,000. There are several other rooms in the suite for dressing, breakfast, powdering and meditation. The suite boasts of the largest glass sliding door ever made. The class of the decor is highlighted by the use of original paintings and sculpture. Mother of pearl, Tiger’s eye and soft calf skin leather has been used to decorate the walls.
The guest in the suite is sure to be overwhelmed by the service. All spa treatment and fine dining selections are offered as part of the suite experience. The guest has a guaranteed table reservation at the hotel restaurant L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon. A chauffer driven Rolls Royce or a Maybach car is at the service of the guest 24×7 for unlimited use. Even the calls made from the suite are not billed and the guest is free to make any number of international calls during his stay. And the most exclusive service provided for the suite is privacy, as the hotel assures that it will never divulge the identity of the guest who has stayed at the Warner Penthouse.