Trump International Hotel and Tower (Las Vegas)

For other buildings with the same name, see Trump International Hotel and Tower.
Trump International Hotel andamp; Tower is a Las Vegas hotel-condo (condo-hotel) of 64 floors located at Fashion Show Drive near the Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas, Nevada appointed by the famous real estate developer Donald Trump. It is located between the Wynn Las Vegas hotel on a plot of 3.46 acres near the mall luxury condos Fashion Show Mall, the hotel houses and condominium residences. The exterior windows are covered by layers of 24 karat gold.
Tower 1 opened on March 31, 2008. The hotel has several restaurants like the DJT, so named for its developer, and a restaurant located in the area of the pits called H2 (eau). Subsequently it was announced that Donald Trump, due to the condominiums overwhelming response in the purchase of all units of the first condominium tower, Trump began to build a second tower, identical to the previous one. Currently, Trump International Hotel and Tower is the tallest residential tower in Las realtor Vegas at a height of 620ft (190m) .
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