Most Expensive Hotels In New York | Top 6

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Most Expensive Hotels In New York

If you ever wondered which are the priciest hotels in New York you’re in the right place, because in this article I will present you the Most Expensive Hotels In New York!

Because you’re on Ealuxe, we know that when it comes to travelling you most definitely will want to enjoy your stay in total luxury.

And for that you’ll have to pay a price, and we all know it’s not a small one, but we’ll get there soon.

New York is not only an expensive city to live in, but also an expensive city to visit.

But today we’re not going to talk about average, we’re going to talk about the most expensive, and what it has to offer in return.

So let’s get to it and see which are the Top 6 Most Expensive Hotels In New York!

6.

The Mandarin Oriental – Price per night: $18,000

Managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, this five-star high priced hotel is located  in Manhattan’s Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle.

In it proudly taking its place is the Presidential Suite which offers amazing views of not only Central Park but the Hudson River too.

Decorated with an Asian touch, unique artwork and stunning artifacts and furnishings, a stay in this hotel’s Presidential Suite will cost you $18,000.

Most Expensive Hotels In New York
Most Expensive Hotels In New York: 6. Mandarin Oriental: $18,000

With many national and international awards in its portofolio, the Mandarin Oriental is one of the priciest hotels in New Yok.

The luxurious hotel first opened its doors back in December 2003 and it guests 248 guestrooms and suites.

Most Expensive Hotels In New York
Most Expensive Hotels In New York: 6. Mandarin Oriental: $18,000
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