Prince Harry racked up costs of $20,000 a night at New York City’s most exclusive new hotel during a media blitz of his bombshell memoir. The 38-year-old stayed at Aman New York which demands a $200,000 membership fee for the privilege to stay there and is loved by Kim Kardashian.
An insider revealed that Harry’s team would block the street to stop members of the public from spotting the royal.
They told The US Sun: “The hotel boasts discreet luxury for only the wealthiest.
“The only celebrity I’ve heard who has stayed at the newest New York City location is Kim Kardashian.”
The luxury resorts boasts facilities including a fully functional medical practice shepherded by Dr. Robert Graham, a Harvard-trained internist, as part of the wellness program offered to lucky members.
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Its spas and gym have a gym with unexpected, high-tech fitness equipment.
Their star stepper uses infrared heat elements to make guests sweat more while the workout benches include infrared rollers for lymphatic drainage.
It comes as the Duke of Sussex’s memoir is set to become one of the biggest books of the year, according to an industry expert, as it went on sale at half-price.
Philip Jones, editor of The Bookseller, told the PA news agency it is “quite normal” to have a “big hardback” that booksellers think will do well sold at half-price by major retailers.
Spare was first leaked in Spain, where it mistakenly went on sale last week, and a host of revelations and private details about Harry’s life and family have since emerged.
Allegations from the book include his brother, the Prince of Wales, physically attacking him, and Meghan upsetting the Princess of Wales by saying she must have “baby brain” in the run-up to the Sussexes’ 2018 wedding.
Speaking before the sales announcement, Mr Jones said he believed Waterstones when the retailer said Spare had been one of its biggest pre-order titles of the past decade.
He added: “It is likely to be one of the biggest books of the year in terms of sales and impact.”