Trump's New Waikiki Hotel Launches Reservations System

In anticipation of its Nov. opening, the Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk is now taking reservations for bookings


Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk // (c) 2009

Trump International Hotel
Waikiki Beach Walk

In anticipation of its Nov. 2009 opening, the Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk is now taking reservations for bookings starting Nov. 16.

Introductory rates for the hotel’s 462 hotel rooms and suites range from $255 per night for studio accommodations to $8,000 for a penthouse suite.

The 38-story building is situated on Waikiki Beach Walk, a new center of dining, entertainment and shopping. The design of the high-rise promises to blend the indoors and outdoors, incorporating traditional Hawaiian building techniques that take advantage of prevailing winds and natural cooling.

Native plants have been brought into the hotel to create indoor public spaces. The ground floor lobby showcases Egyptian marble, onyx and Hawaiina koa wood. The hotel’s sixth-floor lobby, which opens to a view of Fort DeRussy Park and the ocean, features custom wood panels and commissioned hand-painted Hawaiian murals and paintings.

Clients can choose from a variety of room and suite categories providing options for couples, families and multi-generational travelers. Many units come with full kitchens with Bosch, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and clients guests will have the option to ask a hotel chef to prepare a meal in the privacy of their suite.

The hotel's dining options include BLT Steak, chef Laurent Tourondel’s first restaurant in Hawaii, as well as a lobby bar and outdoor café. The Spa at Trump offers signature and island-inspired services and treatments. In a proactive approach to personalized service, a Beach Attaché attends to the needs of guests taking part in oceanfront activities. Other amenities include a library, waterwall, infinity plunge pool and state-of-the-art fitness center.

Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk plans to offer a cultural program, while Trump Kids addresses the wants and needs of younger guests.

“We look forward to welcoming our first guests before the end of the year,” said managing director Scott Ingwers. “Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk intends to redefine the luxury standard for Waikiki and we look forward to welcoming new guests to this area.”

877-683-7401
www.trumpwaikikihotel.com


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