The Ty Warner Penthouse is the ultimate in luxury. It occupies the entire 52nd floor of Four Seasons New York and offers perhaps the best possible view of Manhattan. It was taken up as a special project through a special collaboration between owner Ty Warner, designer Pater Marino and architect IM Pei who was persuaded to come out of retirement for this special project. The 4,300 square feet suite has a total of nine rooms and costs $35,000 a night. Four Seasons Huston has also undergone renovations to create stunning rooms.
To be able to see the rate per night in the right perspective you must see in detail the effort and the investment that must have gone into doing up the Ty Warner Penthouse. Since his name is associated with the project Ty got together everything that is the best in the world. Right from handmade $60,000 Hastens Vividus mattress to the 22kt pure gold bed canopy. Cut-glass chandelier by Deborah Thomas, a LaLanne chandelier in gilded bronze, bronze table by designer François-Xavier LaLanne and sinks carved from a solid block of rock crystal. The list could go on.
This is only one aspect of the reason why the rent is high. The other is a whole list of amenities that are included in the price. The guest has access to every service and amenity available in the Four Seasons hotel and there is no limit as to how much he can use it. The TV in the penthouse is programmed to receive every channel worldwide. You can call anywhere in the world as much as you like throughout your stay at no extra cost. The guest is entitled to the services of a personal butler, a personal trainer and a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce or Maybach for unlimited travel in the city during your stay. I am sure you are convinced now that even if you can’t call it a bargain, it is a good deal.