Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrump International Hotel & Tower Chicago
Easily detected by the huge TRUMP on the front of the building. You could see this from our hotel. Only about 5 min walk North. Didn't go in, but photographed it.
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