Many high-end hotel suites in New York, Las Vegas and Miami come at a steep price. Say, a few grand a night. But the San Francisco Bay Area has taken things to an all new high – as in price. Try $27,000 per night, on for size.
Located in Sausalito, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa has been given a $22 million makeover including the addition of a breathtaking 11-room oasis that’s simply known as “The Mansion.”
The suite, which was constructed in 1885 at 1,700 square feet, can accommodate up to 24 guests; boasts a water front view; a private fitness center; meeting room; a multi-level outdoor dining section; private personnel; the use of a yacht; and a Mercedes ML350 with a driver.
The manor whose original owner was William Barrett, a significant player within the San Francisco Gas & Electric board structure, is a part of the Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa and is also cataloged on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you’re looking for a bargain – no problem! There’s a 2-bedroom suite situated inside of the mansion named the Alexandrite Suite. This miniature version of luxury living will set you back a mere $11,000 per night.
Would you spend $11,000-$27,000 per night on luxury living?