Clients don't have to fly to London for Will and Kate's wedding to blow some big bucks on accommodations for the occasion.
"If your invitation to the royal, lavish wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey got lost in the mail, you can always celebrate in absentia at the Trump Hotel in New York City," according to a video report from the New York Post.
The Royal Wedding Experience at the Trump International includes a one-night stay in a suite on April 28 and late checkout the next day. Guests watch the wedding on big-screen tellys and attend a special breakfast at the Jean Georges restaurant.
The price goes up to $2,400 for a two-bedroom suite with Central Park views.
The hotel has already sold 25 to 30 of the Royal Wedding packages, according to the Post report.
Cut to the interviews on the street. Eddie Silvera from Brooklyn said that the people attracted to the Royal Wedding package would probably be "pretty crazy."
"That's a lot of money to pay to watch someone else's wedding."
But if you want to pay a lot of money and not watch someone else's wedding, the Mandarin Oriental around the corner has a 820-square-foot, one-bedroom suite with park and city views for $2,059, including breakfast.
On the other side of the park, at the Four Seasons, the appropriately-named Royal Three-Bedroom suite (no apparent connection to the Royal Family) is going for $1,4000 a night.