Opened in October 2015, the Mark Hotel’s grand penthouse is the largest penthouse suite in the United States, clocking in at over 12,000 square feet (including 2,400 square feet of outdoor terrace space). Housed in a historic building from 1927 on New York’s Upper East Side, the two-story penthouse is designed like a private residence but is available for rent at $75,000 per night.
Inside are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a library lounge, a full-size chef’s kitchen with a custom-made island, and a living room that can be turned into a full-scale grand ballroom. The master suite offers a floating gas fireplace, his and her dressing rooms with walk-in closets, his and her bathrooms with heated floors, and an infinity deep-soaking tub. Cathedral ceilings and large windows let in streams of natural light, while four fireplaces add unmistakable charm. Outdoors, a private rooftop terrace overlooks the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park. Custom touches also abound, including furniture designed by Jacques Grange. And for a truly bespoke stay, guests can customize the color scheme and request their favorite linens to cater to their personal tastes.