Is Trump Chicago pet friendly?

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There’s no need to leave your precious pooch behind to travel to Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago, because the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is pet friendly. So much so, in fact, that there’s a Trump Pets program designed specially to make your four-legged friends feel right at home — just as long as they’re under 25 pounds. If your canine is under the designated weight limit, you’ll be able to bring her along with no extra charge. It’s a nice change from most of the other luxury hotels, which typically charge a non-refundable fee for clean-up services. One of our favorite things about the Trump Pets program is the in-room dining menu, which spoils animals with dishes like duck and sweet potato dry food or lightly seared filet nips for dogs, and poached salmon with spinach or tuna for cats. 

Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago loves its furry guests. Its acclaimed Trump Pets program has made the hotel on of the best destinations for families traveling with their four-legged friend. Dogs under 25 pounds are welcome and there is no charge or fee for having them here. Advanced notice allows our housekeeping staff to put our wonderful pet amenities in the guestroom prior to arrival. These amenities include a plush dog bed and blanket, water bowl and fresh bottled water and toys guaranteed to entertain for hours. Not to be missed is the special Trump Pets in-room dining menu with specialties just for Fido.

Trump Chicago is also delighted to offer a variety of pet services, as well. One of the most special features is the in-room dining menu crafted specifically for your pup. Selections include special bottled water, biscuits, puppy treats and a selection of healthy options from Family Canine & Feline 4 Star Nutritionals. Additional services include dog-walking services arranged through the concierge desk and complimentary dog walking maps and trail information. Furthermore, at the foot of the Trump hotel, is an exceptional dog park open to the public, but typically only utilized by hotel guests. On a cold winter day, its proximity is a bonus.

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