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Trump name officially removed from Vancouver hotel building

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Vancouver’s Trump Hotel closing doors for good
Vancouver's troubled Trump International Hotel is closing its doors permanently after its operator filed for bankruptcy. While the Trump tower is not owned by the U.S. president or anyone affiliated with him, its name attracted plenty of controversy during the hotel's brief history – Aug 28, 2020

The Trump name has officially been removed from one of Vancouver’s tallest buildings.

Crews have now removed all the Trump branding on the outside of the 63-storey tower that was known as the Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver when it opened in 2017.

It was not a success and the hotel closed in 2020.

All the Trump branding has been removed from the building. Global News
All the Trump branding has been removed from the building. Global News
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Donald Trump’s children turn out for hotel opening

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A company owned by former U.S. president Donald Trump and his family managed the hotel, which is owned by the Holborn Group.

Holborn is planning to reopen it next year as the Paradox Hotel, which is part of a new international luxury chain.

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