Budget

New York City on a Budget

by Aaron Barker

Guess where the country's most expensive hotel room is located. Nope, it's not in Vegas—it's the Ty Warner suite at the Four Seasons, New York, which debuted this summer at $30,000 a night. That's not Manhattan's only record-breaker: At $20 a head, the Museum of Modern Art is America's most expensive major art repository, and the $500 tab for two at sushi temple Masa must be the costliest plate of raw fish in the nation (drinks are extra, of course). But don't despair—the cost of a visit to New York doesn't have to reach such surreal heights. With the right itinerary and a little creativity, you can stay in a smartly designed hotel (with an indoor pool, no less), savor the recipes of celebrity chefs, fill your suitcase with designer duds, party to the wee hours, and museum-hop to your heart's content—with no second mortgage required.

Published September 2007

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