Trump Hotel Collection Opens Toronto Property, Introduces New Loyalty Program

Trump Hotel Collection, the hospitality arm of New York-based Trump Organization, unveiled 2 major developments to the public this week. The new 261-room Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto becomes the latest property to join its luxury portfolio and coincides with the launch of the Trump Card, a program that allows members access to exclusive privileges.

 

Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto

Located in the financial district at the corner of Bay and Adelaide, the new Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto is minutes from the city’s finest attractions including the CN Tower, Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre. Standing tall within a 65-storey tower in the heart of Toronto, the property promises a superior level of modern luxury and convenience that has come to be synonymous with the Trump brand.

 

Exquisitely furnished, each guestroom and suite are amongst the largest in the city and features elegant, cosmopolitan decor. Guests can expect King-sized or Double beds with luxury Italian Bellino linen, stone-finished bathroom with separate deep-soaking tub and rainforest shower, high-deifinition LCD television, iPod docking station, high-speed internet access, dual-line telephones, in-room safe, European-style wet bar and Nespresso coffee machine in each accommodation, which boast commanding views of the Toronto skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows.

 

Executive Chef Todd Clarmo helms the hotel’s signature restaurant, STOCK, presenting a menu blending traditional and epicurean offerings using the freshest ingredients and an elite wine program curated by Master Sommelier John Szabo. Complementing the restaurant is the SUITS Lobby Lounge, Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto’s destination bar, showcasing festive cocktails and an unmatched sophistication.

 

Business travellers and meeting planners will find one of Toronto’s finest event venues at the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto. Over 1,115 square meters of flexible meeting space, including the Grand Ballroom and Grand Salon connected by a grand staircase, offer well-appointed amenities and spectacular views for corporate meetings or private functions. Leisure guests can relax and be pampered by the restorative healing and purifying treatments at the Quartz Crystal Spa, or simply enjoy a swim in the heated saltwater infinity pool and workout at the hotel’s fitness centre.

 

Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto joins 6 other world-class sister properties in Chicago, Honolulu, Las Vegas, New York and Panama.

 

For more information, visit www.trumptorontohotel.com and www.trumphotelcollection.com.

 

The Trump Card

Described as “where exclusivity and insightful service meet the unwavering Trump standard of excellence”, the new Trump Card is a new privileges program introduced by the Trump Organization to better compete with other luxury hospitality brands. Promising highly personalized service and access to the benefits and lifestyle enjoyed by the enigmatic real estate mogul, membership is free and available online or at any Trump Hotel Collection property.

 

Members earn credit when reserving a stay at any of the collection’s hotels and resorts, which accrue over a 12-month period. In addition to the redemption of complimentary nights and upgrades, benefits include early check-in/out, a welcome amenity unique to the destination on arrival and complete customization of their stay, from pillow preference to details such as the pre-set room temperature.

 

The signature Trump Attache service is available to members 24 hours a day, while an array of select “Live the Life” benefits await the brand’s most loyal members. These offer extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime experiences including a private dinner prepared by award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, a round of golf at any of the acclaimed Trump courses around the world and a weekend stay at the exclusive Trump Mar-a-Lago Club.

 

For more information, visit www.thetrumpcard.com.

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