Trump International Hotel Washington DC is located in the historical heart of Washington, close to Washington Convention Center, Verizon Center and U Street. Trump International Hotel Washington DC has been inviting guests to its luxurious rooms since 2016. Placed in the heart of Washington and close to the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery Station. A 10-minute walk from Washington city center.
It’s a historical building all initial part has been preserved and mixed well with the luxurious new look. My room was beyond perfect and huge. The quality of the room was unimaginable — super ceilings, chandeliers, gold throughout, costly bed, a TV that popped out of a leather enclosure. The rooms have every comfort one might need and the bathroom with separate tub and shower along with double sinks – is pure elegance. The high-end shampoo, bath gels, and soaps were beautiful. I had excellent service from housekeeping and room service during my three-day stay.
The restaurant/cafe served great food, or you can dine within the bar area, sitting within the bar lounge suites. I loved the BLT Prime – the menu/food and service was excellent! Food at BLT prime is mouthwatering and delicious, and each bite was absolute perfection from the popovers to the dessert. (Worth the money – Best restaurant in DC).
Be sure to visit the lounge and have a crème brulee, hot chocolate drink, cheese tray, cheesecake lollipop tree with bubblegum whipped cream. Benjamin lounge was exceptional – fantastic drink and dessert menu. The breakfast pastries were excellent. The cafe serves excellent coffee and pastries with the reasonable price considering the elegant ambiance. They have complimentary coffee in the morning at Benjamin bar. The hostess fixes it for you. Try the pancakes (best) and peanut butter (I know that seems odd, but you will realize once you taste it!). I also tried in-room dining which was bit expensive but expected at a hotel like this and I must append the food was very delicious with healthy portions.
The gym had superior amenities although I didn’t use it. Check out the clock tower which gives you a birds-eye view of the city. You can access it from the 12th street next to Starbucks. The hotel maintains security (men in suits with earpieces). It was never intrusive. Its kind the hotel takes security seriously. You need your room key to operate the elevators.