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While rooms are equipped with a Le Creuset tea kettle and a one-cup coffee maker, there is no mini-bar at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. If guests get hungry during the night and don’t feel like heading down to one of the hotel’s restaurants, they can request any alcohol, snacks or food items they would like via the in-suite dining menu 24 hours a day. Light snacks and full entrées are available, including Caesar and Cobb salads; BLT and club sandwiches; pizzas or cheese plates; or entrées like a New York Strip, pot roast, fried chicken or cheese tortellini. Each room also has its own refrigerator and food storage in case guests would like to purchase items off-property.