We all travel the world in search of the best experience possible and rush home to tell people whom we’ve left behind the stories and sagas of our adventures. Imagine what could be said if you were to stay in one of the worlds most coveted and desired hotel suites; imagine…
The Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons, New York, is exactly one of these locations. With a brand name of this calibre behind them, the usual award winning combinations are all mixed together.
Of course you will find king size beds – sporting mattresses crafted by hand in the land of the Swede’s, which took no shorter than 160 hours to build – the usual waterfall trickling through the Zen garden, it’s there, and let’s not forget the severe need of a library coupled with elegant motifs displayed under the LaLane bronze chandelier.
People say less is more, and this status-shaping venue is an argument opposing this. For a grand price of $34, 000.00 (or about R238, 000.00) a night, this hotel suite can be yours. So, in retrospect, if you were to stay in the Ty Warner suite for a long weekend it will cost you a Porsche, but then you would have the tale of all tales on your return home. Watch as family members begin to slowly turn their cheek in jealousy and friends stop jabbering-on about the best holiday they’ve ever been on. You, in effect, have become something of a story topper; enjoy it, if you’ve stayed there you’ve earned it.
How does an accommodation space of over 4,300 square feet become the main topic of conversation in a city such as the ‘Big Apple’… what a puzzler?! Views of Central Park from a height of over 200 metres, from an area they named the breakfast balcony, kind of helps explain why New York is hushed; the Ty Warner suite purses lips in awe of everything.