What amenities does Trump Chicago provide for pets?

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When you bring your beloved pooch along on a trip to Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago, she’ll be showered with pet amenities at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. Trixie will be set up with all the necessities — a comfy dog bed, food and water bowls, a blanket, toys and even bottled water. When it comes time to chow down, the Chicago hotel provides a special in-room dining menu for pets. The “Bites, Bones and Biscuits” section offers lightly seared filet nips for dogs, and poached salmon with spinach for kitties. For an entrée, choose among Fromm Family’s Five-Star Nutritionals products, like duck and sweet potato dry dog food made with fresh canard, cranberries, carrots and green beans, or Salmon À La Veg dry cat food, with wild fish, cauliflower, broccoli, blueberries and apples. Canned meals for both include shredded chicken cooked in broth with diced carrots, peas and potatoes. Animals can slurp the food down with bottled Voss water or a glass of local Oberweis milk.
 
Although the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s downtown Chicago location doesn’t seem like it would have much green space for Trixie, it has a free small dog run (pay extra and the doorman will walk her for you). If you want to explore the city with your furry friend, visit the concierge desk for a dog-walking map.

Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago loves its furry guests. The 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 International Hotel & Tower Chicago is also delighted to offer a variety of pet services, as well. These 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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