Anything the heart can desire or the mind can imagine can be found in New York City. But often, it’s not cheap. In fact, some of the prices are downright obscene. If you have a few hundred dollars to spend for a day in a low-cost tourist destination like Biloxi, Mississippi, you can have a great time. In New York City, on the other hand, a few hundred dollars will get you a modest good time. (Translation: fast food is readily available.) But if you want to have the time of your life while you’re in the world’s greatest city, and have some mounds of cash to throw around, there are some mind-blowing ways and places to spend. it’s. If you have it, this is how you can show it off.
Fly Luxury Class: There are three major airports and many commercial flights arriving in New York from around the world every day. But why fly trading? You can have a private plane pick you up in your hometown and take you to New York. More specifically, charter a Gulfstream G550 from Luxury Air Jets of Manhattan for the bargain price of $8,500 per hour. Imagine reaching heights of 51,000 feet. as you dine on chef-prepared meals from Manhattan’s five-star restaurants. Not bad, huh?
Move around in exotic style: After taking a nap in one of the flight’s two rooms, you’ll probably be ready to hit the bustling streets of New York City. Where should you start? First, arrange a ride with the friendly staff at Gotham Dream Cars. They have the best selection of cars to choose from to suit the most distinguished customers. Whether it’s a Lamborghini Murcielago, Aston Martin Vangug or Bentley Continental, starting at $1,750 per day, you won’t be disappointed. If you don’t want to drive in the hectic city, choose the Rolls Royce with your own driver for just $325 an hour.
On Top of the World: The pampering doesn’t have to end there. Next, you can check into the Ty Warner Penthouse, one of the most elegant hotel suites Manhattan has to offer. Located in The Four Seasons Hotel, the suite has 360-degree views of Manhattan, white-glove service, and luxurious surroundings—all to die for. The best thing about this 52nd floor suite is that it’s only $15,077 a night. That’s practically free!
Shop and Spa with the Stars: However, you may not have much time to admire the fabulous views, because there is so much more to do. Have your driver take you down 5th and Madison avenues to go absolutely crazy at the fabulous boutiques operated by the world’s most successful and famous designers. There is the jeweler Harry Winston, who has one of the most expensive diamond earrings in the world ($8.5 million). And there’s Tom Ford, one of the most exclusive men’s boutiques in Manhattan. Ford, who was formally Gucci’s chief designer, has a store so extravagant that there are maids and butlers to attend to his every need. Personal tailoring starts at $3,800 per suit.
After all that shopping, you may be exhausted. Don’t worry: Cornelia Day Spa on 5th Avenue promises to make you feel like the million bucks you just spent this morning. The $500 Microablation and Triphasic Combination Facial will have her face glowing like the A-list celebrities who visit the spa on a weekly basis. Some of the regulars include Kate Moss, Martha Stewart, Shakira, Vanessa Williams, Lindsay Lohan and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Dine in world-class fashion – after all that, you’ll be hungry. For the best of the best restaurants, you can go to Per Se, Daniel or Le Bernardin. But it is too late to turn back.
now: Go all out and go to Masa, possibly the best Japanese restaurant in the world! With
With only 26 seats and no menu, this three-hour experience is one of the most unparalleled in
imaginable gastronomic odysseys. A bill for two can easily exceed $1,200. and that’s not
Make New York your home: If you really dine at Masa, located in the fabulous Time Warner Center, and fall in love with the impeccable service and atmosphere, you have the choice to stay. New England Patriots quarterback and cover boy Tom Brady owns a 70th-floor condo inside the same building, and it’s currently on the market for $16.5 million.