The hotel is of an extremely high standard and tops our chart in terms of attention to finishing touches, décor and service. The 65-floor hotel comprises both residential apartments and hotel rooms from the 11th-30th floors. The building is actually the tallest residential building in Canada and the second tallest building in the country (at the time of writing Dec 2011). Despite the Trump brand attracting a large fraction of business guests, the hotel has been perfectly adapted to a leisure clientele.
The basement has ample private parking and the hotel also offers valet parking. The lobby, where the champagne and caviar colour scheme begins, has the wow-factor. Sleek black lacquered counters, tiled floors, and crystal chandeliers, it is evident that no expense has been spared to render the interiors sophisticated and elegant, despite the choice of colours, which could have lead the hotel to being slightly on the tacky side. Mr. Trump's CAD $450 million project is a sure success. The entire hotel was designed by Stephen Andrews who made a good job of keeping the mother of pearl and onyx details balanced throughout the hotel.
The 31st floor boasts a beautiful restaurant service gourmet food from all over the world, but specialising in delicacies. The restaurant also has an impressive wine cellar with Canadian wines as well as Italian, Chilean - whatever you want, you'll probably find here.
The Quartz Crystal Spa, with its 10 treatment rooms, is also worth dropping in while staying here, but book early as it gets booked up quickly, especially at the weekends. If pampering yourself isn't your thing, but you are a bit of an exercise fiend, then you will find what you are looking for on the 32nd floor, where there is a good-size salt water lap pool and large well-equipped brand new gym.
After you've played, comes work, and the hotel's 12,000sq ft business centre is the perfect place to get down to drawing up those numbers.