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Democrats Shut Down Trump Hotels?


Sadly, more trouble is brewing for Donald Trump.

It was evident that some of Donald Trump’s hotels had struggled to secure bookings in the past. At the time this information was gathered, four of Trump’s hotels had rooms available for reservations over the next 18 months.

According to Newsweek, in Trump’s Las Vegas hotel, there was an abundance of rooms available every night until January 2025. On November 3, rooms were offered at a rate of $235 in the 1,282-room hotel, which had been disgustingly ranked as the world’s 10th ugliest building earlier in the year by Democrats and the liberal media. The following night, November 4, rooms were available for $199.

In his 176-room New York hotel, rooms remained available until April 2025, with a nightly rate of $878 for the current date.

In Chicago, where there were 339 rooms, rooms were available for the same evening at a price of $414, and reservations were accepted until April 2025.

His Waikiki hotel in Hawaii, with 462 rooms, also had availability with rooms priced at $414 for the current night. Prospective guests could book rooms up to April 2025.


Trump’s former flagship hotel, the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., encountered financial difficulties, leading to the sale of its lease to the CGI Merchant Group for a reported $375 million in 2022. The hotel had suffered substantial losses due to a combination of factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic and a decline in prestige since Trump’s departure from the White House.

Simultaneously, his golf courses appeared to struggle to attract customers, with online discounts offered for tee times at Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami. Financial filings from 2020 revealed a decline in revenue, as the property made a profit of $4.3 million on $75 million in revenue in 2017, which dropped to less than $45 million in 2020.

While the aforementioned four hotels had booking availability, the Virginia Albermarle Estate at Trump Winery in Virginia had fully booked dates in November and December. This was also the case for MacLeod House & Lodge in Aberdeen, which had no availability on most days until March 2024, and Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg in Ireland, which was booked until April.

Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire, Scotland, had most of its nights fully booked until February 2024.

During this week, the Republican presidential hopeful had faced additional challenges related to legal proceedings against him. His sons, Eric and Donald Jr., testified in his civil fraud trial, where he faced accusations of inflating the value of assets to obtain favorable loans and insurance deals. Trump vehemently denied any wrongdoing. Additionally, it was reported that the judge in his election tampering case would proceed with jury selection, despite requests from the former president’s lawyers to postpone the trial.