The previous owner had to have been a Russian gangster.
$40 million ain't what it used to be this will end up costing you more than $20 when it is all over I expect you to be bankrupt within 5 years
Cold, cold, cold.
All that marble makes it feel like a mausoleum.
Bet hey, sweetie -- it's your money.
WE LOVE IT!
I'd say it's a gut.
At least, to my taste. Doesn't look comfortable or inviting. Looks like something you'd walk through and find interesting, and then go back to your cozy home.
Okay, so if you want to own it, you don't have enough money. Unless you already earn $2-3M annually. You could buy it if you don't mind losing it down the road. Otherwise you need to buy a place in the $1-2M range, assuming the $40M is all you're getting.
Bleech. No taste, no class, no style. Looks like it was designed by Donald Trump for a Saudi prince.
I can appreciate some of the craftsmanship but its noveau riche and terribly vulgar. The interiors look like a freakin' movie set and do not match the newness and style of that fugly hotel's exterior. They should film The Hangover 4 or 5 there. That's what it reminds me of.
It's not San Simeon, for chrissake.
That is the second least restful bedroom I've ever seen in my life, with all that cold, echoing marble. Who could relax there? Who'd want to go to the bathroom on a cold winter's night, at put your feet on all that icy stone?
And the kitchen is just hilarious.
Rest is fatal to mobsters so the room might well be doing its job.
That's a friggin' hotel. That kitchen is gag worthy.
Yeah, there's something sinister about all that echoing marble, as if the master of the house needs to be able to hear where everyone is at all times, or wants to be able to hear burglars and assassins coming.
Definitely a good place for a Russian Mafioso.
I'm sure OP will be very happy in that whore house