What are the suites like at Trump New York?

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Suites make up the majority of the rooms at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York, so it’s likely you’ll be staying in one. The Donald’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, led a 2010 guest room renovation that added all sorts of in-room technology and a chic color scheme. Eggplant, aubergine and a touch of silver complement the base gray hue in each room. Contemporary New York photography and decorative glass accents on both the desk and the coffee table add an artsy character to each room.

The junior suites, a step up from the standard rooms at 460 square feet, include a twin-size sleeper sofa in the sitting area. All of the one-bedroom suites include a double sleeper sofa in the living area, a dining table large enough to hold a small meeting and a fully equipped European-style kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances. A Schonbek crystal chandelier adds to the overall ambiance. The spacious one-bedroom suites begin at 700 square feet for $850 a night and come in several different styles.

While the 30 two-bedroom suites at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel are all the same, they begin at 1,350 square feet and feature breathtaking views of Central Park from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The master bedroom has an en-suite bath and a king size bed, and the separate living room boasts a plush velvet queen-size sofa bed, dining table and a lavish crystal chandelier. The second bedroom features a queen-size bed and full bath. Each of the suites has an LG 55-inch flat-screen HDTV with a Blu-ray player, so you can watch your favorite movies and shows from the comforts of the custom Trump by Serta bed. Even with all that Manhattan has to offer, you just might want to stay in, at least for a night or two at this luxury New York hotel.

All suites at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York are newly renovated and feature 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views, luxurious queen- or king-sized beds, 55-inch LCD flat-panel HDTVs, Blu-ray DVD players, iPod-docking stations, and most have fully equipped European-style kitchenettes.

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