At the Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C., $100,000 gets you two first-class plane tickets, four nights in a luxury suite and a "fashion concierge" who will outfit you in clothing from Saks Fifth Avenue. Guests will also have access to Joe Biden's beer of choice (Dogfish Head IPA), Michelle Obama's perfume (Creed Love in White) and Barack Obama's favorite candy (salted caramels).
"If you're someone who has an interest in American history or a love for learning about presidents, this could be one of the items on your bucket list," said Elizabeth Mullins, vice president and area general manager for the hotel.
The Ritz isn't alone. For $2.7 million, the JW Marriott is offering you - and 300 of your friends - access to its rooftop terrace, a four-night stay and $800,000 in food and drinks.
The extravagance continues: The Fairmont's $100,000 line-up includes a pair of 18-carat gold Rolexes and midnight buffets of caviar and champagne. And at the Park Hyatt, the hotel's $57,000 package comes with a couples' massage and fresh-baked apple pie.
"We wanted to come up with a package that best reflects America," said Renee Sharrow, director of public relations for the Park Hyatt.
So far, nobody has called for the hotel's inauguration specials. (In 2009, the hotel received a few queries but didn't get any takers, Sharrow said.)