· Now here's a figure that is so Trumponian, we don't even doubt it. There are over 18,000 pieces of crystal from the Czech Republic located throughout the hotel. Most of that is probably found in the hotel lobby's three-dimensional cherry blossom branch which is reported to weigh 3,000 pounds. Making it pop even more is that it is lit with LED lights against a black, glass background.
· As for the suites, the Trump Toronto Presidential Suite on the 30th floor with, naturally, be the largest and highest suite in the city. We expect it to be heavily used during the next Toronto Film Festival as the suite's soundproof media room includes a projector screen and a plasma display.
· At the hotel's STOCK restaurant (that might be an homage to the hotel's location in the financial district), the kitchen will have a dedicated, temperature-controlled "Chocolate Lab." No, not a doggie but rather a lab for pastry chef David Chow to create artisan chocolate pieces using Valrhona's Grand Cru Couvertures.
Looking to be the first one to break in the beds at Trump? We found deluxe rooms of 550-sq.ft. for $588USD on January 31st. That's a $100 increase from when we last checked room rates in October. However, there is a superior double room with two beds still available for $488USD a night. But we say--This is Trump, go big(ger).
[Rendering via Trump Toronto Facebook]