Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

Wondering where the highest of high rollers stay when they check into luxury hotels around the country? Our editors peeked inside, crunched the numbers and rounded up the top 10 most expensive suites at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotels. Check out the results below and click through the slideshow for a jaw-dropping look inside each of the extraordinary, over-the-top accommodations.

1. Four Seasons Hotel New York:
How much: $35,000 per night
What you get: This nine-room, 4,300-square-foot suite tops our list as the most expensive Five-Star suite. From the living room’s lacquered walls inlaid with mother of pearl to the Thai silk canopy bedspread with 22-carat pure gold woven through it, the suite designed in conjunction with Ty Warner is as over-the-top as it gets. Services covered in the price include a chauffeured Rolls Royce or Mercedes Maybach, a 24-hour butler, personal training, spa treatments and dinner at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: Some of the most spectacular views in all of Manhattan can be had on this 52nd-floor suite—it has four separate glass balconies that provide 360-degree vistas of the city skyline and beyond.

2. The St. Regis New York:
How much: $22,000 per night
What you get: Overlooking Central Park and Fifth Avenue, the three-bedroom suite is spread out over 3,430 square feet. A marble foyer, elaborate molding on walls and ceilings, decorative antique fireplace, full kitchen, and eight-person dining table make up the lavishly appointed space. The signature St. Regis butler is, of course, on call 24 hours a day.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America
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What we love: The suite oozes classic American elegance (clubby, walnut-paneled library) with a modern twist (the mirrors in the dining and living rooms transform into TVs).

3. Mandarin Oriental, New York:
How much: $18,000 per night
What you get: Sprawling over the 53rd floor of the Time Warner Center, this two-bedroom suite is the epitome of East-meets-West in design and sensibility. The space has all the luxuries of the modern world (an iPad controls the suite’s temperature, lights and even the sound system) mixed with the elegance of Old-World Asia (silk and fine textiles cover the walls).

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What we love: Authentic artifacts displaying the hotel group’s Eastern roots are found throughout the suite, from a 250-year-old parchment calligraphy book to the ancient textiles.

4. The Beverly Hills Hotel:
How much: $15,380 per night (with a seven-night minimum)
What you get: With its debut in May 2011, the new Presidential Bungalow became the largest suite in Los Angeles. It boasts 5,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space with high, vaulted ceilings, three bedrooms, a professional chef’s kitchen and eclectic-modern décor (think leather chairs with grommets mixed with modern art and shades of white) .

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: The refined bungalow has loads of outdoor living space—a large private pool (with underwater speakers), outdoor treadmill and private outdoor rain showers mean you don’t have to leave the your room to experience L.A.’s gorgeous weather.

5. Four Seasons Hotel Washington,:
How much: $15,000 per night
What you get: A 4,000-square-foot suite in Washington’s charming Georgetown comes with bulletproof glass, a private entrance, a media room, a 1,000-square foot terrace and exercise room. While it’s just one bedroom, you do have the option of creating an eight-bedroom suite by booking the entire wing—ideal for traveling dignitaries and their entourages.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: Book this suite and a staff member will unpack and repack your luggage. The kitchen also comes fully stocked with fine wines and champagne.

6. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park:
How much: $15,000 per night
What you get: Booking this 1,980-square-foot suite gets you more than just a room—you also get complimentary access to the private Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, which means free food and drinks all day, every day. Inside the one-bedroom suite on the 22nd floor, you’ll find state-of-the-art-technology in the form of a Bang & Olufsen TV, DVD player and sound system mixed with classic furnishings in rich, neutral tones.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: A handy bird-watching book sits near an old-fashioned telescope that’s set up to look directly at Central Park.

7. Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas:
How much: $15,000 per night
What you get: While the hotel has three presidential suites at the same price point, the Emperor Suite is our favorite and is the largest one-bedroom suite in the hotel. The Adam Tihany-designed space is 3,000 square feet of tasteful Vegas decadence overlooking the glittery Strip from the 21st floor. The living room’s sleek, black-and-white decor is balanced by pops of red, a gleaming grand piano and hand-picked art scattered throughout the room.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: The fitness area has a Technogym kinesis wall and exercise bike, while the media room can host private screenings for up to eight people.

8. Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea:
How much: $14,500 per night
What you get: On the top floor of the resort, the three-bedroom Maile Suite has 5,000 square feet of living space, plus a large lanai off the entire north wing. A personal concierge is available 24-hours-a-day and a poolside cabana is automatically reserved for you. There’s also a full-size sauna and a eucalyptus rain shower.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: Views don’t get much better than this—any one of the six connecting lanais look out at the Pacific Ocean where you can watch migrating pods of humpback whales between November and May.

9. Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka’upulehu:
How much: $13,495 per night
What you get: The only thing separating you and the sand is a sidewalk at this three-bedroom beachfront villa. The open-air layout offers more than 5,500 square feet of living space and the lanai overlooking the ocean has a whirlpool and a lava rock shower. Rich, Hawaiian-inspired décor in the way of wood-carved tables, natural textures and pops of color fill the space with a casual warmth.

Top 10 Five Star Hotels in America

What we love: Choose the beach or the pool—both a cabana and beachfront chairs are reserved for you when you book this suite. Also included? Two 50-minute massage treatments from the Four-Star spa.

10.The St. Regis San Francisco:
How much: $10,000 per night
What you get: The palatial one-bedroom suite is 3,200 square feet and has a slew of living space, from the dining room that seats 10 to the reading room with floor-to-ceiling views of the Yerba Buena gardens. Decorated with artwork from around the world, this San Francisco suite is an exercise in elegance at every turn (the media room has a mohair and silk couch).

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What we love: Guests can stock wine from the local region in the butler pantry’s wine cooler and dine on Wedgewood china designed exclusively for St. Regis by Vera Wang.

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