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
Besides the billiard table, this room has hand-painted wood-carved walls and Moorish architecture.
The Guest Room
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.
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
This huge master bedroom comes equipped with plenty of space, a fireplace and full private bathroom.
Another Guest Room
Another guest room… because, why not?
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
The chandelier in this dining room has nearly 2,000 pieces of Czech crystal. Just in case you were wondering.
Spend your afternoons getting some sun and taking in a skyscraper view of San Francisco.