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Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago opened its doors on January 30, 2008, so it hasn’t yet needed a room renovation. Designed by noted architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and interiors done by McGinley Design, the soaring 92-story glass structure features 339 guest rooms and suites as well as 53 special spa guest rooms on the same floor as the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Spa at Trump Chicago. Donald Trump and his children, including Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric, created this new tower in hopes of sparking a new generation of style and luxury. Ivanka designed the spiffy fashion-forward charcoal staff uniforms, and white-gloved attendants tend to you upon arrival at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. All of the understated, sophisticated gray-and-purple rooms and suites in the Chicago luxury hotel feature state-of-the-art electronics and brands, giving them that still-new feeling.
Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago first opened its doors in January of 2008 as an entirely brand new building and hotel. Located on the site of the former Chicago Sun-Times building, the hotel was built from the ground up as a new building. Towering 92 stories high, it is as bright and shiny four years later as it was that first day. Inside, guests will find state-of-the-art facilities that give the hotel even more of a contemporary, new feel.
As part of the hotel’s continuous rooms maintenance program, it is always being updated and kept in its best condition. Rooms are continually repainted, furniture replaced and catering space reorganized. As a leader in the luxury hotel industry, Trump Chicago prides itself on staying ahead of the curve in every respect.