In fact, she suggested it was a lot like hell.
"The worst punishment God can devise for this sinner is to make her spirit reside eternally at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City," Lee wrote in a 1990 letter to her friend Doris Leapard.
The letter is currently up for sale at Nate D. Sanders Auctions.
While Lee's letter was penned just a few months after the casino opened, Trump's Taj Mahal filed for bankruptcy the following year. The Taj Mahal kept the Trump name, but it is currently owned by billionaire Carl Icahn, who took control after the casino emerged from Chapter 11 earlier this year.
Although Lee fiercely guarded her privacy, she was by many accounts a prolific letter-writer and the auction includes 29 of her missives. As of publication time, the high bid for the letter that mentions the Taj Mahal is $1,330. The auction ends on Thursday evening.