This Insane Hotel Room Costs $18,000 Per Night

With $18,000 you could buy a new car, pay off student loans, or put a down payment on a house.

But, if you don’t feel like doing that, you could always fly to California and spend a night in this ridiculously expensive 6,000-square-foot penthouse suite at the Fairmount San Francisco.

Just one night in the penthouse will cost you the full $18,000, and to show you why, we’ll go room by room:

The Living Room

The living room includes plenty of seating for up to 50 people, a baby grand piano and a fireplace.

The Billiard Room

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Besides the billiard table, this room has hand-painted wood-carved walls and Moorish architecture.

The Guest Room

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As the first of three bedrooms in the suite, this room has plenty of natural light as well as more than enough closet space and a private, full bathroom.

The Library

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This two-story library has plenty of seating, over 2,500 books and yes, even a hidden door behind one of the many book shelves.

The Master Bedroom

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This huge master bedroom comes equipped with plenty of space, a fireplace and full private bathroom.

Another Guest Room

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Another guest room… because, why not?

The Kitchen

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With plenty of counter space, the kitchen is fully stocked with fine china and organic food from The Ferry Building Farmer’s Market.

The Dining Room

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The chandelier in this dining room has nearly 2,000 pieces of Czech crystal. Just in case you were wondering.

The Balcony

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Spend your afternoons getting some sun and taking in a skyscraper view of San Francisco.