Trump International Hotel

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Six buildings are named Trump Hotels with four owned/operated by the Trump organization:


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Honolulu) is a licensee and not owned directly.

Trump International Hotel and Tower (Vancouver) was a Trump owned hotel when opened in 2017 but bears the name only with hotel permanently closed in August 2020.

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