We're back again for Curbed Toronto's luxury hotel series where we take a peek inside some of Toronto's most expensive (and awesome) hotel rooms. Today we look at the Trump International Hotel & Tower asking $20,000 per night for their presidential suite.[Photo via Trump]
In Curbed's series of Toronto's most expensive hotel rooms, we've looked at the luxury suites at the Shangri-La for $10,000 a night and the Ritz-Carlton slightly cheaper at $6,000 nightly. The controversial Trump Hotel on Bay Street is our priciest yet at $20,000. Since its grand opening in 2012, the 65-storey hotel-condo has been a source of controversy with on-going legal battles with unhappy real estate investors; units that remain empty; and a suite on auction that only received a minimum bid. Despite this, the luxury Trump brand made our list of the 18 essential hotels in Toronto.
What do you get for $20,000 a night?
The Trump's presidential suite is approximately 2,500 square feet and located on the 35th floor of the tower with a great view of the city. The room features a living and dining room, a separate breakfast area and lounge, a full operational kitchen with island, a master bedroom with full ensuite and roman tub, and a guest room with another ensuite. The suite has a private elevator to the hotel's Sky Lobby with private lounge area and outdoor terrace. The suite includes a Trump Attaché concierge available around the clock. · Sweet Suites Archives [Curbed Toronto]
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