World’s Most Expensive Penthouse Suite


New York’s most iconic hotel, The Mark, has unveiled USA’s largest and most highly anticipated Penthouse. At more than 12,000 square feet, including 2,500 square feet of rooftop terrace, the Grand Penthouse at The Mark is the pinnacle of modern luxury. The Mark Hotel has paved the way for luxury hotels in recent months by pioneering a brand new category of luxury ‘Super Suites’. At US$75,000 per night, the new understated and contemporary Penthouse suite is now the world’s most expensive. Decorated with custom made furniture by the legendary Jacques Grange, the designer’s signature elements of old grandeur, color, artistry and intimacy create stunning, seductive yet comforting interiors.

Set out over the top two floors of The Mark Hotel, the spacious Penthouse comprises of its own private conservatory, library lounge, five bedrooms, dining room that caters for 24, two wet bars and a living room with 26-foot ceilings that can be transformed into a full-sized Grand Ballroom. The private elevator takes guests to the upper level, which boasts a sky-lit Pavilion and a stunning private rooftop terrace with breathtaking views of the city, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park.

The Mark has long withheld its reputation as the city’s most stylish hotel – located at New York’s leafy Upper East Side with both the Manhattan skyline and Central Park views. Exuding classic yet contemporary French style, Grange has unleashed his full range of talents throughout The Mark Hotel, creating public spaces that engage and delight, and private 5 star hotel rooms and suites that calm and soothe.

The Mark Hotel offers guests of the luxurious Penthouse with refined services and amenities to match. Every effort, service, indulgence and experience imaginable is a given at The Mark – whether it’s a “Top of the Mark” personal dining experience on the Penthouse terrace with an exclusive menu prepared by Jean-Georges, suit tailoring at midnight from Bergdorf Goodman, personal training by Dan Flores at The Mark Fitness Center, or even in-suite hair styling by Frédéric Fekkai Salon.