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Luxury travel group gives Trump's DC hotel a brutal review

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Before the Trump International Hotel opened, Donald Trump liked to brag that the business he and his family built inside the Old Post Office would be one of the great hotels of the world.

But according to a year-end list of new luxury hotels from a travel group that specializes in high-end accommodations, its one of the worlds worst. The Trump hotel rated as the worlds third-lousiest new hotel, according to the membership-only United Kingdom operation LTI-Luxury Travel Intelligence.

The building itself is undoubtedly impressive, but once inside we start to ask questions, LTIs review begins, acknowledging the Old Post Office as a marvel of late-19th-century Romanesque Revival architecture and design. But from there, the review is brutal.

LTI finds the décor a little garish and more quantity over quality, it continues. Few who have been inside the hotel might argue differently. In Trumpian fashion, the hotel is a pageant of too-muchness, from the gold-colored bathroom fixtures to a $29 bowl of hummus to the crystal spoonfuls of sickly-sweet Hungarian wine that go for as much as $140.

https://www.washingtonian.com/2016/12/20/travel-group-dc-trump-hotel-one-worlds-worst-new-luxury-hotels/

Third worst new hotel in the world!

But Kuwait loves it!!!

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Before the Trump International Hotel opened, Donald Trump liked to brag that the business he and his family built inside the Old Post Office would be one of the great hotels of the world.

But according to a year-end list of new luxury hotels from a travel group that specializes in high-end accommodations, its one of the worlds worst. The Trump hotel rated as the worlds third-lousiest new hotel, according to the membership-only United Kingdom operation LTI-Luxury Travel Intelligence.

The building itself is undoubtedly impressive, but once inside we start to ask questions, LTIs review begins, acknowledging the Old Post Office as a marvel of late-19th-century Romanesque Revival architecture and design. But from there, the review is brutal.

LTI finds the décor a little garish and more quantity over quality, it continues. Few who have been inside the hotel might argue differently. In Trumpian fashion, the hotel is a pageant of too-muchness, from the gold-colored bathroom fixtures to a $29 bowl of hummus to the crystal spoonfuls of sickly-sweet Hungarian wine that go for as much as $140.

https://www.washingtonian.com/2016/12/20/travel-group-dc-trump-hotel-one-worlds-worst-new-luxury-hotels/

Third worst new hotel in the world!

But Kuwait loves it!!!

I just came from the Trump Waikiki. It was too much.

Kuwait also loved the Clinton Foundation.

Just saying.

Gulf states will spend their money wherever they may get something out of it, inshallah. And Gulf States tend to love too-muchness.

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We actually looked into the Trump hotel in Vegas back in May when we were looking at others to stay at as well. Value wise, I didn't like his hotel at all. I felt like there were others that are much better for around the same price, sometimes even lower.

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