What are the bathrooms like in the rooms at Trump Chicago?

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You will happily take your time primping in the bathroom at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago. Large pale-gray limestone tiles cover the space, which is as subdued and sophisticated as the rest of the room. Design-savvy Ivanka Trump came up with the centerpiece of the washroom — a shower and deep soaking tub enclosed behind a glass wall. The shower sits right outside the white tub, so you can have a quick rinse under the Kohler rainshower or with the moveable wand after a nice, long soak.
 
But the real primping takes place in front of the large silver-framed mirror with rod-like lights on the left and right. Try to peel your eyes from the mirror’s built-in small television to do your hair. Find the remote below on the black granite sink counter flecked with teal and tan. There, you’ll also spot a silver tissue box holder, two Spiegel glasses and a light-up makeup mirror. On one side, a small silver pedestal holds a fresh-smelling bar of The Spa at Trump soap. On the opposite side, a larger silver oval tray neatly displays The Spa at Trump mouthwash and body lotion (the lotion and Trump shampoo, body wash and conditioner next to the tub have the same refreshing-but-not-overpowering scent as the soap), a shower cap, a sewing kit and a silver canister filled with ear cleaners, nail files and cotton pads. Peek in the dark wood drawer for a cream canvas drawstring bag embroidered with the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s gray logo; inside is a Barbar hair dryer. Under the sink is a brown basket-weave box with white towels. 
 
Near the toilet, the walls are painted a putty gray. One has a phone attached to it, and above hangs a black-and-white close-up of a pistil that's matted in white and in a silver frame. The wall fronting the toilet holds two silver hooks for the waffle robes; a Taylor lithium glass scale rests on the floor.
 
Bathrooms in the spa guest rooms are similar to those in the regular rooms, but they come with large his-and-hers sinks and an even deeper bathtub (for a relaxing post-spa session) lined with LED candles and a bath caddy to hold a drink, books or magazines. Like we said, you won’t want to leave this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s bathroom. 

Beautiful limestone immediately grabs the attention of any guest in the bathroom at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago. The full bathroom has a sliding, opaque glass door and a beautiful vanity with plenty of space for everyone to get ready. Spa at Trump toiletries include shampoo, conditioner, face soap, body scrub, body lotion, hand soap and a toothbrush and tooth paste upon request. The in-mirror television brings these bathrooms well into the 21st century and allows guests to take a relaxing bath as they catch up on their favorite show.

One special touch in the guestroom bathrooms are the way the shower and bathtub are enclosed. Both the shower and tub are encased by a glass wall, meaning that the shower area sits immediately outside of the tub. Oftentimes people like to enjoy a quick rinse in the shower after a long bath and this keeps the water contained and is very easy to transfer from one to the other.

The bathrooms in the spa guestrooms are entirely different. They feature an expansive his and hers sink, private area for the toilet and the deepest bathtub most travelers will ever encounter. Lined with LED candles and an exquisite bath caddy for your magazine, drink and other bath necessities, guests will never want to get out of this tub. Speak to a spa therapist and they will be happy to assist you in drawing the perfect bath.

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