As if staying at the Four Seasons in New York isn't luxurious enough, the hotel's icing on the cake is its Ty Warner suite. For $35,000 a night, the penthouse offers sweeping views of Manhattan, bathroom sinks made of crystal, a butler, and the use of a Rolls-Royce or Maybach. The suite opened in 2007, and cost $50 million to build, but is occupied only a quarter of the year. Only the most skilled staffers and engineers are even allowed to work in the suite. Typical clientele include traveling billionaires, much like the Beanie Babies mogul for whom the suite is named.