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As summer wraps up, it’s time to make the most of the remaining weeks. Planning a last-minute company getaway is one way to savor the time. And if you’re looking to bid farewell in style, consider getting a little impulsive, and very luxurious, in a sky-high penthouse. We’ve rounded up the some of the top options, where everyone is sure to feel like a rock-star or billionaire.

1. Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Season Hotel New York (New York City)

Resting on the 52nd floor of the lavish Four Seasons New York, Ty Warner Penthouse was recognized as “a visual tour de force of volumetric flourishes and crafted surfaces” by Architectural Digest. From the four cantilevered glass balconies, guests enjoy a 360-degree view of Manhattan, including uptown, downtown and midtown. The penthouse spans 4,300 sq. ft. and remains the highest of its kind in the world, soaring 500 feet from the ground.

2. Bungalow Penthouse, Edition (Miami)

From the Bungalow Penthouse’s wrap-around terrace, visitors can soak in oceanfront views. The newly built, five-floor tower maintains privacy in a secluded area of the hotel. Edition’s most lavish offering provides 2,588 sq. ft., with 1,900 sq. ft. outdoors and 688 sq. ft. indoors.

3. The Penthouse Suite, Fairmont San Francisco

The Penthouse Suite occupies the entire eighth floor of the historic Main Building of Fairmont San Francisco hotel, comprising 6,000 sq. ft. of space with a reception capacity of 150. The suite was crafted in the 1920s by Arthur Upham Pope, a famous American archaeologist and art historian, and embodies the magnificent style of that era. Many high-profile meetings are held in the landmark suite.

4. Infinity Suite, The Langham (Chicago)

Offering a comfortable 2,700 sq. ft. of space, the extravagant Infinity Suite sits on the 12th floor of The Langham hotel. Deluxe accommodations include a fireplace, a custom-painted grand piano, a private butler pantry and formal dining facilities that can serve up to 10. Visible through floor-to-ceiling windows, spectacular views of the Chicago River and cityscape enhance the indulgent experience.

5. Royal Patio Suite, The Peninsula Beverly Hills (California)

The Peninsula Beverly Hills‘ 2,250-square-foot Royal Patio Suite is ornamented with cream-tones throughout the room. Linen drapery borders terrace views of the hotel gardens and city skyline. Accessible through French doors, the 450-square-foot private terrace is designed for al fresco entertainment.  The grand suite has several seating areas, a dining table, a crystal chandelier, contemporary artwork, LCD TVs and a modern kitchen with Viking and Sub Zero appliances.