Superior, $775-$825; deluxe, $875-$925; junior suite, $1,000-$1,050; executive city suite, $1,400-$1,450; park suite, $1,700-$1,750; executive park suite, $2,200-$2,275; two-bedroom suite, $3,200-$3,255
1, A, B, C, D at 59th St.-Columbus Circle; N, Q, R, W at 57th St.
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Don’t let its towering grandeur mislead you—the Trump International is actually a small hotel trapped in a big building. Only 167 rooms are available for guests, and in typical Trump fashion, 129 of those are spacious suites with floor-to-ceiling park or city views and amenities worthy of even the most finicky mogul. Each guest is assigned a personal attaché, who acts as an individual concierge through the length of the stay. While most New Yorkers would need to reserve a table at the hotel’s celebrated Jean Georges restaurant months in advance, the Trump attaché services can arrange to have a chef prepare a private meal in a guest’s room with 72-hour advance notice. In-room massages can also be arranged for those who prefer to bypass the hotel’s 6,000 sq. ft. fitness center and spa. The Trump offers executive boardrooms, complete with palm fronds for business travelers.Pros
Home base for kings of industry, the Trump has everything an aspiring executive could ask for.
Some may find the Trump brand and its much-noted excess off-putting.