The most expensive hotel room in the United States is named after Ty Warner -- the man behind Beanie Babies and Ty Girlz -- and costs an eye-watering $45,000 a night.
The Ty Warner Penthouse, located 800 feet up from street level at the Four Seasons in New York, comes with a top class view of Manhattan, a 24-hour butler, a chauffeur who will drive you around in a Rolls Royce, and even a personal trainer. The interior of the world's most expensive hotel room doesn't disappoint either, with everything from a grand piano overlooking the Empire State Building to bookshelves that stack as high as the ceiling among other opulent and extravagant decor.
The sinks are also carved out of rock crystal, and the bed sheets are threaded with 22-carat gold to help those who can afford the room make every second -- awake or asleep -- worthwhile.
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