Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

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The 48 most expensive hotel rooms in America

Published on February 11, 2015

If money were no object and you had your pick of any hotel room in America for a night, which would you choose? The country’s most in-demand destinations are filled with luxury options, but only the best of the best can get away with charging nightly rates that reach well into the five figure range. When visiting these big-ticket properties, it helps to be an A-list celeb or visiting dignitary, but anyone willing to pony up the dough can enjoy one of these over-the-top options for an unforgettable overnight experience. Which suite is the sweetest? Click through the photos to find out!

#23. Casa Madrona – Sausalito, Calif. The Mansion at Casa Madrona houses the breathtaking Alexandrite Suite ($10,000 per night). The 5,000-square‐foot, two-bedroom suite (named after the rare gemstone) can be expanded to include an 11-room mansion that’s a popular option for corporate retreats and destination weddings.  Casa Madrona


A Luxury Hotel With More Than A Century Of History

The essence of Casa Madrona lies equally in its storied heritage and in its inspired approach to modern-day hospitality. Perched hillside overlooking a breathtaking seaside bay-view in the charming city of Sausalito, Casa Madrona provides a transformative and serene retreat for travelers from around the world. More than 125 years after its inception, the timeless and beloved icon continues to express an innate sense of style, seamlessly blending innovation with tradition and offering a genuine luxury escape just minutes from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. In 2014, the property underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation that brought a renewed energy to the guest rooms, cottages, meeting space and the extraordinary 11-room Mansion, including the property’s signature 5,000 square-foot master residence, The Alexandrite Suite.