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When complete, the new Trump International Hotel and Tower will be the tallest hotel in the U.S., as well as the entire Western Hemisphere. The 1,362-foot tower will dwarf America's next tallest hotel.
I've been compiling a list of the tallest hotels in the U.S. Included are those buildings which contain both hotel rooms and condos. I've noted the buildings which are currently under construction and scheduled to be completed by next year.

1. Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago (2009)- 1,362'
2. Four Seasons at 900 N Michigan Avenue, Chicago- 871'
3. Four Seasons Hotel, Miami- 789'
4. Fontainebleau Resort Hotel, Las Vegas (2009)- 735'
5. Marriott Hotel at Renaissance Center, Detroit- 727'
6. Westin Peachtree Plaza, Atlanta- 723'
7. Four Seasons Hotel, New York- 682'
8. Hyatt Center, Chicago- 679'
9. Victory Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Dallas (2009)- 650'
10. Palazzo, Las Vegas- 642'
11. Encore at Wynn, Las Vegas- 631'
12. Waldorf Astoria, New York- 625'
13. Trump International Hotel, Las Vegas- 622'
14. Wynn Las Vegas- 613'
15. Four Seasons Hotel, Atlanta- 609'
16. Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas- 603'
17. (tie) Project City Center Hotel, Las Vegas- 600'
Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas- 600'
19. The London, New York- 590'
20. Millennium Hilton Hotel, New York- 588'
 

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1. Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago (2009)- 1,362'
2. Four Seasons at 900 N Michigan Avenue, Chicago- 871'
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8. Hyatt Center, Chicago- 679'
these aren't exactly accurate. yes, trump tower chicago may top out at 96 stories, but only the lower 30 or so stories are actually hotel, the rest of the tower is condos. same for 900 N michigan, the top of the building is all condos. calling these two buildings the tallest hotels in the nation is not terribly accurate as they are both mixed-use towers with the hotel functions operating on the lower floors.

as for hyatt center in chicago, it isn't a hotel at all, but rather a 50 story office building that is home to the hyatt corporations headquarters.
 

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these aren't exactly accurate. yes, trump tower chicago may top out at 96 stories, but only the lower 30 or so stories are actually hotel, the rest of the tower is condos. same for 900 N michigan, the top of the building is all condos. calling these two buildings the tallest hotels in the nation is not terribly accurate as they are both mixed-use towers with the hotel functions operating on the lower floors.

as for hyatt center in chicago, it isn't a hotel at all, but rather a 50 story office building that is home to the hyatt corporations headquarters.
Which brings up a good question how high up are the highest hotel rooms in the US? The Four Seasons in Miami has the hotel portion on the lower floors as well (floors 8 through 40).

If you are just counting buildings with a hotel component, the Marquis in Miami just topped off at 700 feet and features a 56-room "Qulture" hotel on the lower levels.
 

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The Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago goes up to floor 46, then it's condos up from there...
 

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The Marriott Renaissance Center in Detroit is nothing but a hotel, so if all of the "taller" buildings have condos and other uses on the upper levels, then I would assume that it would still claim the record for having the "highest" rooms (from ground level) in North America, or at least the tallest hotel-exclusive building in the world.
 
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