Starting in San Francisco, California, traveling into the hubs of Las Vegas and Dallas, ending in New York City; we’ll discover five of the most expensive hotel rooms in America.

We begin at the Historical Fairmont Hotel centrally located in SanFrancisco, California. The Fairmont Hotel boasts sweeping skyline and bay views. It’s famous $15,000 per night, 6,000 square foot Penthouse, has hosted prominent political and pop culture figures from President John F. Kennedy to Mick Jagger. The Penthouse showcases breathtaking vaulted ceilings, impeccable furnishings, and an expansive deck overlooking the city. This three bedroom four bath suite impresses with an intimate dinning room suitable for two, or king’s feast of twenty-four. Equally dazzling, it’s expansive library and stunningly painted mural by Robert Boardman Howard. If in the mood to play or be transported through time, the suite’s pool room is a replica of a Persian Bath. It’s impressive tile work is actually highly detailed painted pieces of wood. Professional staff are on call 24 hours a day.

The sexy slogan of “What Happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” is protected by the Palm Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Palm Casino Resort is a high rollers paradise. It’s Fantasy Two-Story Sky Villa will hit you up for a cool $40,000 a night. This 9,000 square foot custom designed Villa easily accommodates up to 250 guests for entertaining. It’s complete with a host of luxurious amenities including a media room, three bedrooms with spectacular strip views, a revolving bed, jacuzzi pool with a glass end wall, full fitness center with sauna, and 24 hour butler service. Special order VIP amenities are available such as, champagne and strawberries, floral arrangements, wine and cheese boards, and martini and vodka bars. A perk of a luxury sales assistant plans everything from dining to private entertainment. Whether you’re entertaining business clients or seeking pleasure, secrets are safe at the Palm Casino Resort!

The Joule is located in the hub of Dallas, Texas in the city’s central business district. The Penthouse suite is an unforgettable getaway at $8000 a night. Elevator doors open directly into the Penthouse foyer where distinctive style greets you. This two bedroom, two and a half baths, 2,500 square foot Penthouse is illuminated by floor-to-ceiling windows. The suite comes complete with a living and dining room, library, kitchen, and fully stocked bar.The Joule is a great value for the spend!

The Big Apple’s treasured getaways are The Four Seasons and The Mandarin Oriental Hotels. Staring at $40,000 at night, The Four Seasons pinnacle in penthouse accommodations is the exquisite Ty Warner Penthouse. Accessed only by private elevator, the Penthouse is located on the 52nd floor. This 4,300 square foot Penthouse showcases unobstructed 360-degree panoramic views of New York City. Lavish luxury an architectural detail are meticulously etched in the environment. You’re surrounded by fine finishings such as, hand-lacquered walls with mother of pearl inlay, crystal chandeliers, a grand piano, and renowned artwork. Marble bathrooms and Zen waterfalls await you. State-of-the-art technology, and complimentary amenities exceed expectations. A personal butler, Rolls-Royce chauffeur, and distinctive spa and dining privileges are yours.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel offers unique Asian inspired luxury at $18,000 a night. The 2,640 square foot, one bedroom Presidential Suite, boasts commanding scenic views of Hudson Bay and Central Park. This chic midtown Presidential suite presents with a large living and dining room, gourmet kitchen, and wood-paneled study elegantly suited for business meetings. The wireless internet suite with integrated entertainment systems will keep meetings moving. 24 hour concierge service is available. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is business luxury at it’s best!