Trump International Hotel and Tower (Honolulu)

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Trump International Hotel Waikiki
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General information
Status Complete
Type Hotel, Condominium
Architectural style Post-modern[1]
Location 223 Saratoga Rd.
Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Construction started July 2006[1]
Opening November 16, 2009
Cost Not publicly known
(Sold out at $700 million)
Height
Roof 380 feet (115.8 m)
Technical details
Floor count 38[1]
Floor area 775,000 square feet (72,000 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Benjamin Woo Architects, LLC.
Guerin Glass Architects[1]
Developer Irongate AZREP LLC
Structural engineer Baldridge & Associates Structural Engineering, Inc.

Trump International Hotel Waikiki or Trump Waikiki is a condo-hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. Trump Waikiki is 350 ft (110 m) tall, 775,000 sq ft (72,000 m2) tower with a total of about 462 units. The building includes The Spa at Trump and dining space, as well as a fitness center, library, lobby bar, cafe, parking and 6th floor ocean view residential & hotel lobby.[2]

In July 2006, demolition of the Royal Islander and Reef Lanai hotels made room for Trump Waikiki. On November 10, 2006, almost three full years before completion, all 462 units were pre-sold in one day for a total of $700 million, or $1.5 million on average. The building opened on November 1, 2009 and by February 2010, 361 of the hotel-condominium's 462 units were still vacant due to "an internal matter with the financing of the building."[3][4]

Relationship with Donald Trump[edit]

Although part of the global Trump Hotels, the property is not owned, developed, or contain property sold by Donald Trump, The Trump Organization, or any of their affiliates.[5]

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Coordinates: 21°16′45.04″N 157°49′57.57″W / 21.2791778°N 157.8326583°W / 21.2791778; -157.8326583