We’ve previously reported on the $50,000 hotel suite in the Four Seasons hotel in Manhattan, but it looks like The Mark hotel in Manhattan has now topped it with a $75,000 hotel suite offering.
The penthouse suite takes over the entire 16th and 17th floors of the landmark building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
It spreads over 12,00 square feet.
The penthouse can be accessed directly from one of three elevators that service the suite, which has a white oak filled atrium which opens to the Grand Ballroom, which is named for its 26 feet high ceilings.
The furniture is made from ebony, sycamore, nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti.
The master bedroom has its own sitting room, free standing fireplace, and two sprawling dressing area with walk in closets.
The guest rooms are outfitted with brand new HD televisions, an audio system, and a Crestron room control panel, and were furnished with custom furniture made to the specification of French interior designer Jacques Grange.\
There is a deep soaking infinity tub, separate glass shower enclosure, heated floors and towel racks, a mirrored flat-screen television separate telephone, and fine Italian toiletries exclusively for the mark located in the luxurious bathroom.
The dining room can accommodate up to 24 people and the adjacent kitchen with Miele and Gaggenau appliances make it easy to entertain in the suite.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who oversees The Mark’s ground floor restaurant can be enlisted for a private dinner event in the suite.
There is also an amazing 2,400 square feet rooftop terrace with a garden and patios, and veiws that stretch to central Manhattan.