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Would you stay in a Trump hotel?

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Sanshin Mon 11-Dec-17 12:37:50

Next year we're going to Las Vegas and are pricing up hotels. The Trump looks amazing, 5 star at a good price, big rooms and looks lovely and posh. It's £500 for 3 nights. In comparison, Caesars Palace which is a 4 star is £1300 for 3 nights.

But it's Trump!! Would you ignore the owner for the sake of a good hotel at a good price?

QuiteLikeable Mon 11-Dec-17 12:38:05

Absolutely not.

TwoPoint Mon 11-Dec-17 12:38:46

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chickenowner Mon 11-Dec-17 12:38:49

No no no no no.

Not even if someone paid me to stay there!

Moanyoldcow Mon 11-Dec-17 12:39:41

No. I absolutely would not.

BrambleandCuthbert Mon 11-Dec-17 12:39:51

No way. I’d rather not go at all.

pallisers Mon 11-Dec-17 12:40:24

no I would not.

PossiblyPFB Mon 11-Dec-17 12:42:45

Absolutely not.

SusannahL Mon 11-Dec-17 12:43:04

Yes of course I would, why not?

It's not as though I would have to share a room with The Donald is it?!

WhyNot123 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:43:04

That is my favourite hotel in the whole world, but next time we go to Vegas we will not be staying there.

It's a shame as it is really lovely, but cannot support that man in any way, shape or form.

Sanshin Mon 11-Dec-17 12:44:10

Is it as nice as it looks whynot? Why is it so cheap? I'm assuming it's because of the owners reputation but DH agrees.

Sanshin Mon 11-Dec-17 12:44:26


HuskyMcClusky Mon 11-Dec-17 12:45:04

Hell to the no.

LaurieFairyCake Mon 11-Dec-17 12:48:01

That's so cheap in comparison shock

I'm not sure my principles are worth that much blush I mean, he's a bag of shite but there's still a difference between him and Mugabe

I WOULDNT stay in a Mugabe hotel

glitterbiscuits Mon 11-Dec-17 12:49:42

There must be other choices?

No to Trump in every way.

jay55 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:49:54

It’s cheap as it is inconveniently located and it doesn’t have a casino.

WhyNot123 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:52:01

It really is a gorgeous hotel.
It's cheaper because it's not on the strip and no casino - plus points for us! But a free shuttle bus runs to caesars and it's still walkable to most places.

There is a resort fee of around $20/30 a day, but that's standard everywhere.

londonpia Mon 11-Dec-17 12:52:28

I wouldn't, partly because of who he is and I wouldn't want to contribute to his life in any way, and partly because of who WOULD stay there. Probably small minded of me, but I don't care really.

megletthesecond Mon 11-Dec-17 12:55:06


19lottie82 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:55:56

If I was saving £800, then yes, of course.

tobitcoinornottobitcoin Mon 11-Dec-17 12:56:07


SavageBeauty73 Mon 11-Dec-17 12:57:53

No way.

Natsku Mon 11-Dec-17 12:59:11

Fuck no.

MillennialFalcon Mon 11-Dec-17 12:59:39

Isn't there another option? I mean I'd want to save money but not support a sex offender.

ShotsFired Mon 11-Dec-17 12:59:49

No. I refuse to even travel to or via the US till that man is out of office, let alone stay in any property owned by him.

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