A white-gloved doorman welcomes you into the lobby of the Trump International Hotel & Tower New York. A glittering chandelier, chosen by Donald Trump himself, sparkles over the zebrawood interior, which, along with guestrooms, benefited from a $30 million dollar renovation in September 2010.
At the 3-Michelin-starred Jean Georges, dine on Asian-influenced French cuisine. Nougatine, under the guidance of the same internationally known chef, offers more casual dining with the same stunning Central Park views. Need to relax? Visit The Spa at Trump to indulge in luxurious treatments, including the Trump Platinum Massage, the Essential Body Melt, and customized facials. At the health club, you’ll find a 55-foot indoor pool, fitness equipment, fresh fruit, and lemon-infused water. 24-hour fitness facilities are available as well.
Fresh flowers and chocolates welcome you to your guestroom. The 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of Central Park, Columbus Circle, and the Manhattan skyline. 55-inch flat-panel TVs come with Blu-ray DVD players, and the hotel offers wireless Internet access (surcharge). Grab a gourmet snack from the Dean & DeLuca-stocked minibars. Marble bathrooms have jetted tubs and thick Turkish towels. Settle in each evening with chocolates and Fiji water, part of the nightly turndown service. Some suites have living rooms with sofa beds and full kitchens with Sub-Zero appliances.