Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago (Trump International Hotel & Tower® Chicago)
- In 2009, the Trump Tower became the second-tallest building in the United States after Chicago's Willis Tower.
- Hotel is floors 17 to 28. Above that is private residences all the way to the 92nd floor!
- In "The Dark Knight" (2008), some of the scenes in the climatic face-off between Batman and the Joker, were shot outside the Trump Tower, which was under construction during the movie.
- The exciting final faceoff between Batman and the Joker in 2008's The Dark Knight took place here while the building was under construction.
- Vue sublime et ambiance feutre.
- The view of the Wrigley Building from the 16th floor is a sight best appreciated by a local. So if youre looking to throw down $20 for a cocktail, youd be hard-pressed to find a posher playground.
- This hotel is amazing with kids!!! Everything from candy and gifts when you check in, to cookies and milk at turn down service to the little robs- we love it here!
- Everything here is over the top: the 23,000-square-foot spa, 24-chair salon owned by celebrity stylist Anthony Cristiano, and personal attach service (which includes access to a Cadillac).
- Blue Cheese Olive Martinis are killer!
- ....THE place to stay in Chicago ...services are outstanding...people are extremely nice, professional, and helpful....will absolutely stay here again....
- Check out the pillow menu
- ...check out the Terrace at Trump on the 16th floor. Enjoy some Mixology with great views...
- The Trump Tower is 92 stories tall, measuring 1,389 feet (423 m) including its spire.
- Coffee at Sixteen is so easy and tasteless an ape could make it.
- You'll have a great dining experience at the restaurant offering eclectic cuisine and featuring city and lake views.
- absolutely luxurious!
- 1,389 feet tall, not counting the hair. Great story from the Tribune's Blair Kamin on Trump Tower. http://trib.in/oCe3oR
- Beautiful night views, cosmopolitan crowd, great terrace at Sixteen, drinks not as over-priced as expected! Stop in for a cocktail after dinner.
- Scenes from Transformers 3, depicting the final battle sequence between warring robots (Autobots and Decepticons) were shot here.
- The Restaurant here is Sixteen. Dine on the most opulent surf, turf, and everything in between from Michelin-rated chef Frank Brunacci. [Best in Chicago Hotel Dining]