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By Elite Traveler | July 11 2017
Sprawled across the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel New York is the 4,300-sq-ft Ty Warner Penthouse. Floating 500 feet above Manhattan, you have 360-degree views of the entire city through 25-ft bay windows or from four cantilevered glass balconies—the highest in the world. The penthouse—designed by architect IM Pei, designer Peter Marino and the hotel’s owner, Ty Warner—took seven years to finish and has one-of-a-kind furnishings, including master bath sinks carved from blocks of rock crystal, hand-lacquered mother-of-pearl inlay and an extravagant fiber-optic glass-shard chandelier above the dining table. Complimentary beauty treatments are offered in the suite’s private spa, plus you can have an art concierge and a private Rolls-Royce chauffeur for the duration of your stay.
From $50,000 per night. Contact Rudy Tauscher, general manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 212 758 5700, fourseasons.com