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10. One 57 Winter Garden Penthouse
One of the main attractions of the 13,500 square foot Winter Garden Penthouse is a 2,600 square foot curved glass atrium which is large enough for a swimming pool or a garden. It overlooks the Hudson and East Rivers as well as Central Park. It last sold for over $91 million. The penthouse has six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms, Residents are provided with spa services, a yoga studio, a pool, pet grooming and all other services offered by the Park Hyatt New York.
9. Dubai Marina Emirates Crown Penthouse
The Dubai Marina Emirates Crown penthouse suite is a five bedroom roof-top palace that offers stunning views of Dubai and beyond. With over 7,600 square feet of living space, this luxury dwelling contains five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two huge living areas and large balconies. It contains both a private sauna and a Jacuzzi. This paradise in the sky’s list value is about $63 million. Residence can eat in style in a huge dining room before convening in the ball room to light their cigars with $100 bills.
8. Palms Place Penthouse
If you have always dreamed of relaxing in a Jacuzzi on your own private terrace while overlooking the lights of Las Vegas, the Palms Place Penthouse is the place for you. This penthouse may not be the biggest but its 6,230 square feet is jam packed with the finest luxuries. Its three bedrooms and six bathrooms are both modern and spacious. The floors are covered with rich marble, hardwood and fine carpeting. Aside from stunning views of Las Vegas, the spacious outdoor patio offers a Jacuzzi, a fully loaded stainless steel kitchen, a fireplace and plenty of space to relax. The asking price for this fabulous and fully furnished penthouse is $29 million.
7. Icon Tower Penthouse 2
With awe inspiring views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami, the $20.9 million Icon Tower penthouse is one of the top 10 most luxurious penthouses in the world. It is 7,993 square feet of pure opulence. It has four bedrooms and 6 bathrooms spread over its 2 stories. Residents can enjoy the sprawling outdoor patio space which features a pool, sauna, hot tub, full kitchen facilities and a garden. The patio also has a wet bar, pool table, and its own movie theatre. The interior is decked out with marble and hardwood flooring and a stunning marble and steel spiral staircase. The kitchen contains stainless steel appliances, stainless steel cabinetry and a walk in freezer.
6. Benbow House Penthouse
Majestically overlooking the Thames River, this four double-bedroom penthouse is believed to be the largest in London and has a value of approximately $13 million. With 4,600 square feet of living space spread over 3 floors, it is one of the top 10 most luxurious penthouses in the world. It has two private outdoor terraces and a garden. Residents can enjoy views of London through their floor to ceiling windows that surround the penthouse and allow the living areas to be saturated with sunlight. It offers a large dining area, a wood-paneled office with adjoining terrace, a library, open concept living space and chic marbled bathrooms. The kitchen is wood paneled and features stainless steel appliances and a wine cooler.
5. Penthouse at the Pierre Hotel
This 16 bedroom triplex occupies the 41st, 42nd and 43rd floor of Fifth Avenue’s Pierre Hotel. Located in New York City’s ritzy Upper East Side, this penthouse provides 360 views of Manhattan and Central Park. Occupants can lounge by one of the penthouse’s five fireplaces that sit below a 23 foot vaulted ceiling. It also features arched cathedral windows, four separate terraces, Swedish sauna, a private interior elevator, main kitchen and 3 kitchenettes. The maintenance bill is over $47,000 per month just for the electricity and the two housekeepers. Residents have 24/7 access to all of the Pierre Hotel’s 5-star services.
4. City Spire Penthouse
The impressive City Spire Penthouse overlooks midtown Manhattan. It was listed for sale at an asking price of $100 million but it remained unsold for 2 ½ years. It has since been relisted with the same steep asking price. Its 3 octagon shaped levels offer 360-degree views of Manhattan and make up the 73rd, 74th and 75th floors which are reached by a private interior elevator. The master bedroom occupies the entire top floor. Luxury features include a swank 20 person dining room, an entertainment room, 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. When gathering in the City Spire Penthouse conference room, attendees can sip the finest wines that are stored in the 1,000 bottle wine cellar.
3. Trump Tower
Manhattan boasts many luxurious penthouses but Donald Trump’s penthouse just might top them all. Frescoed ceilings, marble floors and 24k gold and diamond accents are just the beginning. With 6,400 square feet of floor space, it offers five elegant bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread over three floors. Inspired by the Palace of Versailles, this penthouse displays gold lamp, gold moldings, gold plates and gold vases. Donald Trump recently sold this penthouse but he probably didn’t move to the suburbs.
2. The Time Warner Building Penthouse
If you like wood paneled libraries, massive media rooms, eleven-foot ceilings and over 8,000 square feet of living space then look no further. The penthouse of the Time Warner Building has all of those and much more. The penthouse features nine bedrooms, six and a half marble bathrooms, two finely adorned kitchens, in-house sound system and a television in every room. There is also a pool and a roof-top garden which comes with views of Central Park and Manhattan. Residence can also enjoy these views from inside as they gaze out of the surrounding floor to ceiling windows. This penthouse recently sold for a whopping $50.9 million and has been relisted with a $60 million asking price.
1. Sky Penthouse
With a stunning 360 degrees view of Monaco and overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, the Sky Penthouse is perched majestically atop the Odeon Tower and is one of the top 10 most luxurious penthouses in the world. The Sky Penthouse is not a typical penthouse. With over 35,000 square feet of living space, the Sky Penthouse comes with a full kitchen on each floor. It boasts luxury features such as a chauffeur, private caterer, 3 staff bedrooms, private disco, a pool and the obligatory marble floors. As would be expected, it doesn’t come cheaply with a price tag of an estimated $400 million making it the world’s most expensive property per square foot.