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The Donald’s brassy ’80s-skinned Gulf and Western tower the perfect aerie for plutocrats looking to rock park views.
Apart from the vistas—and the thrill of checking into a place owned by the star of The Apprentice—the advantages of staying here will most benefit business travelers.
Across from Central Park on Columbus Circle, this 52-story hotel is "great for shopping, dining, Broadway shows, and exploring the city." Full review →
This modern luxury hotel tower prides itself on its exclusivity, discretion, and style.
This iconic New York property with incomparable views of Central Park has interior design and decor... with the rest of the hotel's stellar standards. Full review →
The 52-story Trump International Hotel & Tower New York occupies a gleaming black glass tower situated at the corner of Columbus Circle and Central Park, smack in the middle of Manhattan. Full review →
From the outside, it’s a tall, dark monolith, hovering over Columbus Circle and lower Central Park... Guest rooms are surprisingly understated. Full review →
The most unique feature of the services offered here is the Trump Attaché, a valet assigned to each guest upon reservation to anticipate his or her every need. Full review →
Titan of business and pleasure towering over Central Park with a Michelin-starred restaurant and spa. Full review →
Fans of The Apprentice and big-money types looking for enviable Park views will enjoy the luxury. Full review →
An ostentatiously luxurious hotel with a supremely well-trained staff, and huge, elegant rooms designed by Ivanka Trump herself. Full review →
Anchoring the southwest corner of Central Park, this hotel is Donald Trump's gold-plated calling card, a flashy but sophisticated operation that borrows much of its allure from its... Full review →Not only does the kitchen provide room service, it will on request send a sous chef to cook a meal in a guest's kitchenette.
The modern, minimalist guest rooms with spectacular Central Park views are sleek yet surprisingly understated. Full review →
This soaring black monolith on Columbus Circle, with its gold awning that seems to jut out into traffic, isn't the subtlest hotel in town—but then The Donald has never been known for his modesty. Full review →
"Treat yourself" to a stay at this "superb" Columbus Circle high-rise and you'll "feel like a king" with "everything you'd expect from the Trump himself" including "amazing" rooms.
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