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Love him or hate him, you can trust that any resort owned and operated by real estate mogul Donald Trump knows how to deliver the good life. That's certainly the case at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. If you want to be treated like a millionaire...or rather a billionaire...then stay here.Located across the street from the Fashion Show mall and a short walk from the Las Vegas Strip, this 64-story hotel with a brilliant gold façade (of course, what other color would you expect?) towers gracefully, like a beacon of richness and grandeur, above all the buildings in the vicinity.Trump International Hotel Las Vegas stands apart in other ways too. Unlike most of Sin City's hotels, it doesn't have a casino (something that usually goes over well with families) and it doesn't allow smoking (which goes over well with everyone who hates inhaling other people's cigarette smoke).Essentially, what you get here are accommodations so plush that you'll never want to leave and a staff so dedicated to making you happy that you'll want to divorce your spouse and cut loose your children so you can adopt these people instead. (OK, that's an exaggeration, but they are really, really attentive.)What's more, the concierge-like Trump Attaché team (doesn't that name sound like it belongs to some sort of super secret intelligence agency?) can pretty much make whatever Vegas desire you have -- within reason, of course -- come true.Restaurant choices at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas are not as expansive as those at the megaresorts, but you do have a few wonderful options to choose from. In addition to an impressive in-suite dining program that's available 24 hours a day, there's DJT (take a guess at whose initials those are). It offers a casual yet still elegant dining experience for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And you can begin or end your evening with a creatively prepared drink from the adjacent DJT Lounge Bar.The elevated Trump Pool deck -- which features awesome views of the city and a fabulous setting for soaking up the sun -- is home to H2(EAU), where you can order cocktails and smoothies as well as Asian-inspired food items with brunch selections added on the weekends.If pampering yourself is on your vacation must-do checklist, The Spa at Trump has you covered. Offering everything from gemstone treatments and royal body therapies to hangover cures (like the Vegas Recovery Massage and the Morning After Eye Care), this spa will cater to you with a bevy of luxurious services.And that's not all. As part of the Trump Kids program, young guests will enjoy kiddie cocktails, coloring books and more surprises during their stays. And the hotel is dog-friendly too. As part of the Trump Pets program, four-legged guests are given gourmet treats, bowls with bottled water and plush pet beds. (In the resort's gift store, you can even purchase Trump-monogrammed pet accessories including robes, blankets and slippers!)When it comes time to check out of the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas -- which you'll never want to do -- you'll be feeling as well-off as Mr. Trump himself.
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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Casino 
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fromLas Vegas, NV
Age:55 to 64
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Special Event
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
New Years Eve. Room
PostedJanuary 4, 2014
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I had confirmation/reservation for a room for NYE since Sept. 2013. Got to the hotel was told those rooms were sold out. How does that work? After a brief discussion with the customer service desk, and explaining we were getting married NYE, and asking how they could give away a reserved room. I was given an upgrade to a luxury suite, no charge, 59th floor facing straight down the strip....AWESOME view for NYE. So I gotta say they did whatever it took to make us happy. Our two day stay there was very pleasant. We are LOCALS, and will spend time there again.
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Love him or hate him, you can trust that any resort owned and operated by real estate mogul Donald Trump knows how to deliver the good life. That's certainly the case at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. If you want to be treated like a millionaire...or rather a billionaire...then stay here.Located across the street from the Fashion Show mall and a short walk from the Las Vegas Strip, this 64-story hotel with a brilliant gold façade (of course, what other color would you expect?) towers gracefully, like a beacon of richness and grandeur, above all the buildings in the vicinity.Trump International Hotel Las Vegas stands apart in other ways too. Unlike most of Sin City's hotels, it doesn't have a casino (something that usually goes over well with families) and it doesn't allow smoking (which goes over well with everyone who hates inhaling other people's cigarette smoke).Essentially, what you get here are accommodations so plush that you'll never want to leave and a staff so dedicated to making you happy that you'll want to divorce your spouse and cut loose your children so you can adopt these people instead. (OK, that's an exaggeration, but they are really, really attentive.)What's more, the concierge-like Trump Attaché team (doesn't that name sound like it belongs to some sort of super secret intelligence agency?) can pretty much make whatever Vegas desire you have -- within reason, of course -- come true.Restaurant choices at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas are not as expansive as those at the megaresorts, but you do have a few wonderful options to choose from. In addition to an impressive in-suite dining program that's available 24 hours a day, there's DJT (take a guess at whose initials those are). It offers a casual yet still elegant dining experience for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And you can begin or end your evening with a creatively prepared drink from the adjacent DJT Lounge Bar.The elevated Trump Pool deck -- which features awesome views of the city and a fabulous setting for soaking up the sun -- is home to H2(EAU), where you can order cocktails and smoothies as well as Asian-inspired food items with brunch selections added on the weekends.If pampering yourself is on your vacation must-do checklist, The Spa at Trump has you covered. Offering everything from gemstone treatments and royal body therapies to hangover cures (like the Vegas Recovery Massage and the Morning After Eye Care), this spa will cater to you with a bevy of luxurious services.And that's not all. As part of the Trump Kids program, young guests will enjoy kiddie cocktails, coloring books and more surprises during their stays. And the hotel is dog-friendly too. As part of the Trump Pets program, four-legged guests are given gourmet treats, bowls with bottled water and plush pet beds. (In the resort's gift store, you can even purchase Trump-monogrammed pet accessories including robes, blankets and slippers!)When it comes time to check out of the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas -- which you'll never want to do -- you'll be feeling as well-off as Mr. Trump himself.
 

Is there $25 per day resort fee?

YES, there is a $25.00 resort fee. It's pretty average for the hotels/casino's in Vegas.
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