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Infants and toddlers traveling to the Trump International Hotel & Tower in New York (888.448.7867, www.trumpintl.com) should be tickled pink by Trump Baby Attaché, a new service that places lap children in the lap of luxury. Prior to a child’s stay, a Baby Attaché staff member phones his or her parents to gauge the little guest’s needs, from diapers and formula to strollers and playpens. Upon arrival, the family will find a suite that has been outfitted with all of these baby essentials and stocked with children’s books and CDs. Even the electrical outlets will be covered. If anything is amiss, or should the little one develop a sudden preference for linen diapers instead of Huggies, then Baby Attaché staff members will deliver on the request faster than room service can whip up an omelette. Trump International charges guests for consumables, such as diapers and formula, and for any special requests, but baby furniture and other items are included in the room package, which starts at $845 per night.

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