What are the best rooms to stay in at Trump Chicago?

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If it’s comfort you crave, the best rooms to stay in at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago are the grand deluxe suites, which feature spacious living rooms anchored by marble fireplaces — a treat during Chicago’s harsh winters. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s suites have an extra bathroom, a pullout sofa (a nice option for families), a bigger kitchen (with high-end designer appliances) and a separate dining area with a table and chairs. We recommend asking for a suite that faces the Chicago River for a top-notch view.
If you’re visiting the Chicago hotel for a relaxing retreat in its Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Spa at Trump, reserve one of the spa suites. They will extend your spa experience with perks like citrus-scented sugar scrub, body butter and bath salts and roomy tubs for two in the bathrooms. Other in-room amenities are tailored to health-conscious guests, like free weights, yoga mats, straps and bolsters (with instructional DVDs so you can practice in your lounge area), and heated towel warmers with relaxing neck pillows you’ll want to don post-workout.

There’s no such thing as a bad room at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago but there are certainly some rooms that are extra special. The 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows found in every room perfectly frame the city outside your window. Perhaps one of the best views is in room 2400. Facing east, this one bedroom suite has a picture-perfect view of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and puts guests eye-to-eye with the famous Wrigley Clock Tower. This beautiful suite also comes with a working, electric fireplace. There are few things as enjoyable as curling up to the fireplace on a cold, Chicago evening. Guests can additionally enjoy the large, full size kitchen in the suite. If they so choose, we can arrange for our executive chef to cook a private meal in the comfort of the guests’ own room.

Another very special room is 1462. This room, on the spa level of the hotel, is directly connected to the couples’ suite in the Spa at Trump. For a romantic stay-cation, it is an incredibly unique option. Guests can go straight from their bed to the therapy room, featuring two side-by-side massage tables and side-by-side deep soaking infinity tubs. The hotel offers a handful of romantic getaway packages and they are perfectly suited for this room.

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