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Trumped in Soho!

Traveltalk's Debbie Sproule gets a taste of the high life in New York's Trump SoHo.

Built just four years ago from the ground up, this five diamond Trump property is, of course, the tallest building in the neighbourhood standing 46 stories high.


Situated in SoHo and surrounded by an endless selection of funky cafes, bars, restaurants, celebrated art galleries, boutiques and designer brand shops.


“We are the only hotel in the area to offer true luxury together with the downtown younger vibe,” says Nicole Murano, Trumps Director of Marketing.


I would say that luxury, service and a great location best describes this fabulous hotel.


Our small family were welcomed wholeheartedly by all the staff and our needs were met without having to ask. I noticed how genuine and helpful everyone was. The service went above and beyond our expectations.



The design of the lobby is indicative of the design throughout. All different textured materials have been used to give a unique “rich and raw” feel. You would never guess from the entrance that this hotel offers 391 rooms. Each floor has only 12 rooms and all the rooms offer more space than is usual in a NYC hotel.


There are a selection of king, one and two bedroomed suites and 8 penthouses. The rates vary according to how high your room is: the higher you go, obviously, the better the views.



The rooms are all oversized and luxurious, offering extras such as TVs in all the bathrooms, oversized showers, electric curtains, a Trump Attache™ for the local area and even a pillow menu. I challenge anyone to find something they don’t offer, and if they don’t I’m sure they would find it for you!


Other facilities include The Spa at Trump™ which offers New York's only private luxury hammam experience, plus indoor and outdoor relaxation rooms, a salon and health club. Drinks can be enjoyed in The Library or the Bar d’Eau with its outdoor pool (seasonal).





Debbie Sproule stayed courtesy of Trump Soho.

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Written by: Debbie Sproule
Published: 28 July 2014

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