5. The Royal Suite at the Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park (tie)

Royal Suite, Ritz-Carlton New York

Cost: $15,000 per night

The one-bedroom, 1,980-sq-ft suite not only includes great technology and a view of Central Park (including a bird-watching guide and old fashioned telescope), but you also gain access to the private Ritz Carlton Club Lounge. That means you have access to free food and drinks all day, everyday.

5. Emperor Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas (tie)

Emperor Suite, Mandarin Oriental

Cost: $15,000 per night

While this isn’t the hotel’s only $15,000-a-night suite, it is the largest the hotel has to offer. At 3,000-sp-ft, the suite is covered in Adam Tihany-designed elegance with a view of the strip to finish it off. It also offers a fitness area with a Technogym kinesis wall and exercise bike, as well as, a private screening media room for up to eight people.

8. Maile Suite at Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Maile Suite, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Cost: $14,500 per night

Located on the top floor of the resort, the 5,000-sq-ft living space includes three bedrooms and a large lanai overlooking the Pacific Ocean where you can whale watch between November and May. There is also 24-hour concierge services and a reserved poolside cabana.

9. Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka’upulehu

Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu

Cost: $13,495 per night

An open-air, three-bedroom beachfront villa offers more than 5,500 sq-ft of living space. The adjacent lanai overlooks the ocean, but also offers relaxation in the form of a whirlpool and lava rock shower. Enjoy two complimentary 50-minute massage treatments and your cabana and beachfront chairs

10. Presidential Suite at The St. Regis San Francisco (tie)

Presidential Suite, St. Regis San Francisco

Cost: $10,000 per night

Including a dining and reading room in the 3,200-sq-ft living space there is elegance surrounding this suite. Enjoy a chilled glass of wine that you can find in the surrounding country-side and stock it in the butler pantry’s wine cooler.

10. Three-Bedroom Loft at Skylofts at MGM Grand (tie)

Three-Bedroom Loft, Skylofts at MGM Grand

Cost: $10,000 per night

Take a break from gambling to enjoy this two floor, three-bedroom loft with a glass of wine from the stocked butler’s pantry or wet bar. If you want an evening of gaming but not gambling, ask to have either a foosball or pool table set up in the billiards room.

These top 10 suites give you the opportunity to stay and escape in style, but at a hefty price. Still, it would be nice!