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Hotel Suite Towering Over NYC Runs $350,000 a Week

The so-called "Manhattan Sky Suite" is on the 59th floor of a skyscraper called One57 - nicknamed "The Billionaires' Building"

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    Hotel Suite Towering Over NYC Runs $350,000 a Week
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    What to Know

    • You can never be too rich for New York City, where one hotel suite runs $350,000 a week

    • The three-bedroom accommodations offered by the Park Hyatt New York were first available earlier this week

    • The so-called "Manhattan Sky Suite" is on the 59th floor of a skyscraper called One57 - nicknamed "The Billionaires' Building"

    You can never be too rich for New York City, where one hotel suite runs $350,000 a week.

    The three-bedroom accommodations offered by the Park Hyatt New York were first available earlier this week. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the suite has a 360-degree view of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park, and towers over Carnegie Hall across West 57th Street.

    For that kind of through-the-nose money, a private elevator leads to the 4,200-square-foot space with amenities including a glass-enclosed fireplace, a personal chef in a professional kitchen, butler services and spa treatments. Transport to the airport is on a free-of-charge helicopter.

    The so-called "Manhattan Sky Suite" is on the 59th floor of a skyscraper called One57 - nicknamed "The Billionaires' Building."

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