What It's Like to Stay in NYC's Priciest Hotel Room Champagne, butlers, and Maybachs, oh my! By Kate Seamons, Newser Staff Posted Jun 12, 2010 10:29 AM CDT 10 comments Comments Included: Your own personal butler. (Shutterstock) (Newser) – To stay at the top of NYC's Four Seasons Hotel, you have to fork over $35,000 a night (no matter who you are—no discounts given). The four-room 4,300 square-foot Ty Warner Penthouse (named for the hotel's owner/Beanie Baby mogul) took 7 years to design and $50 million to construct. So what do your mega bucks get you? The Wall Street Journal takes a look: a personal butler on-call 24 hours a day unlimited room service (unless you want thousands of dollars of caviar; that's extra) living room carpet made of white silk, handmade Venetian silk bedspread, bathroom sinks made of rock crystal an in-suite waterfall, whose stones are scrubbed to ensure the water cascades evenly over the rocks private gym and massage parlor pre-stocked $200-a-bottle Louis Roederer Cristal champagne, unless you prefer something else, naturally speaking of preferences, pretty much whatever you want: your favorite snacks, drinks, and...wait for it...toilet paper should you want to leave (why would you?), access to a Maybach or Rolls-Royce, with driver Click here for amazing photos of the suite.