The Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago is located on North Wabash Avenue near the intersection of N. Wabash and E. Kinzie Street. A luxury hotel that rises ninety-two stories into the atmosphere, it is a land mark of bold design. The rooms have floor to ceiling windows ranging from 10 to 16 feet high and fully enabled kitchens, with all of the modern conveniences, wooden cabinets, stainless steel sinks with roomy counter tops and built-in appliances.
Service at the hotel include the Skyline Reception Room, concierge, twenty-four room service, personal attache service, wireless Internet access, valet indoor parking, meeting rooms and board rooms, the world-class signature Sixteen Restaurant and the Rebar Cocktail lounge. Also available are banquet facilities within the Grand Ballroom. Televisions in the rooms are 42-inch flat screen LCD’s, you will find and in mirror TV portal as well. CD and DVD players are furnished.
The baths are made of limestone with separate showers. The suites are either one- or two-bedroom suites and hosting cocktail parties or any party can readily be achieved between the spacious quarters and the state-of-the-art kitchen. Guests and residents of the Hotel & Tower stay on floors fourteen through eighty-nine for the ultimate in views. The Trump International Hotel & Tower is designed of stainless steel and glass with a curvilinear perimeter and an awe striking reflection.
The spa at the Trump includes both men and women’s locker rooms, their eleven treatment rooms and personal trainers, studios for groups or individual classes, also steam rooms and saunas are provided. Women (also men) will enjoy a manicure and a pedicure suite. The rooms are spacious, and for about $500 a night this is good you can probably stay four to a room, with room left over. The rooms are decorated in relaxing, contemporary beige, brown and taupe. There is also soundproofing between the living room and the bedroom.
The hotel is still under construction, though almost completed, its completion date is April, 2009. Many guests offering reviews reported a surprise cake being left by the staff with a bottle of wine, evidently a complimentary gesture by the hotel. The Rebar Cocktail Lounge is open for business with food and drink, waitresses and breakfast.