The Trump International is one of the Strip area’s most affordable luxury hotels, recommended by our experts for Vegas newbies and shopping divas. Donald Trump and Phil Ruffin intended their gold-plated tower (a second one was never built) to be a condohotel. The 64-story tower hosts 1,232 suites and 50 luxury Penthouse suites. It’s an especially attractive bargain around the holidays, when coupon offers are not uncommon. Recently, Hilton Grand Vacations bought 300 units within the tower, adding to the not-inconsiderable array of Hilton time-share options on the Strip. Valet is complimentary and continuous shuttle service to Wynn and Caesars is available. Trump daughter Ivanka had a hand in the chic, all-suite condohotel, which can be a bargain when rates are under $100. Décor is contemporary and comfortable, including a spacious living room and built-in bookcases. The kitchenette includes a mini-stovetop, small Sub-Zero fridge and microwave. On-site restaurant DJT is named after Donald Trump and serves American cuisine. The DJT dining area is shown at DJT offers these large round booths. Bartender Julian Manning poses at the H2 (EAU) restaurant and bar. The restaurant opens to the outdoor pool. The seventh-floor, outdoor heated pool offers relaxation with a view, private cabanas and a poolside menu with full bar. Amanda Guzman staffs the reception desk at The Spa at Trump. A couples room is shown at The Spa At Trump. The spa is included (#43) in the 2013 Conde Nast Traveler’s reader’s poll of Top 75 U.S. Hotel Spas. The luxurious wet treatment rooms at the Trump Spa come equipped with their own Jacuzzi bathtubs perfect for rinsing off the remains of that seaweed wrap. The relaxation room offers plush seating and calm lighting. The entryway of a three-bedroom penthouse is shown. A bedroom is shown in a three-bedroom penthouse. The flat-panel television retracts into the foot of the bed when not in use. The three-bedroom penthouse livingdining room offers floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip, ample seating, dining for eight and a bookcase. From the dining room, view a living room with seating for five or six with an entertainment center. This living room is in the one-bedroom penthouse. The vast marble bathrooms have separate tubs, glassed-in showers and TVs that project onto mirrors. The large bathtub offers views of the Strip. The penthouse shower has three shower heads. The penthouse boasts luxury bath amenities. Along with luxe amenities comes a remote for the hotel’s trademark TV projected on the bathroom mirror. The bedroom in a one-bedroom penthouse includes the same sweeping views, two arm chairs, and his and hers walk-in closets. The one-bedroom penthouse includes a writing desk outside the master bedroom. The master bathroom in a one-bedroom penthouse features a large bathtub and standing shower. Guests will find two Italian marble sinks with the plasma in-mirror TV. Catch views like this of the Las Vegas Strip from a one-bedroom penthouse on one of the top floors. The Trump is a credit-card toss from the giant Fashion Show mall, where you might spot Holly Madison. Of course, the hotel hosts a Trump-themed gift shop. A saleswoman displays a T-shirt with the famous You’re Fired phrase from The Apprentice, a reality television show hosted by Donald Trump. Find a common area with a billiards table near the lobby. Eric Trump, right, executive vice president of development and acquisitions for The Trump Organization, stops to take a call in the lobby. At left is Brian Baudreau, vice presidentgeneral manager, of the hotel. The kitchen in a one-bedroom penthouse features appliances by Wolf and Bosch, and bar seating for three.