Thursday, October 09, 2008

I've Seen Better

NYC's Most Expensive Room: $34,000 Per Night

So what does that type of money buy you? Try some of the most breathtaking views in the city, from 4,300 marble-covered square feet of luxury.

The "Ty Warner Suite" on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons hotel dazzles with stylish details like waterfalls on its walls, a broken glass chandelier and a crystal sink.

But perhaps its best feature is a round-the-clock butler who showed CBS 2 HD around.

"Everything is custom made or chosen individually to complement," butler Johannes Walz said.

The suite's state-of-the-art features mean you only have to lift a finger.

"It's a touch screen where basically you can turn on the lights, turn up and down the shades and turn on and off the TV as well as set your alarm clock," Walz said, describing the wall unit.

For $34,000 a night you'd think they could fix the chandelier. :-)

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