Learn all about the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. and all the amenities that comes with a stay!
First built in 1899, the Old Post Office went form a condemned building to the luxurious Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. with nearly $200 million worth of renovations as made evident by the beauty of the hotel. This five-star hotel sits on a prime Pennsylvania Avenue location with 263 rooms and suites, an indulging spa, and top-tier dining and drinking destinations.
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The Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. maintained its origins by keeping the Old Post Office’s striking Romanesque façade and clock tower, as well as keeping the original marble floors, wood-paneled walls, suspended steel walkways and vintage radiators inside. The grad atrium lobby was absolutely stunning with period furnishings combined with the Trump touch. The whole lobby was decorated with Federal blue sofas and chairs with gold accents, handwoven rugs and plenty of chunky crystal chandeliers.
The Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. consists of 263 rooms and suites. Each room and suite is decorated using a classical European consisting of soft cream, silver and Federal blue colors with touches of red and gold. The Premier King Room featured a 14-foot ceiling, a sparkling chandelier, richly-polished wood furnishings and thick wool carpets. Their sleek marble bathroom came with a six foot soaking tub, separate shower, wood vanity, polished brass hardware and Natura Bissé Diamond Collection bath amenities.
The hotel comes with a 10,000 square-foot Spa by Ivanka Trump and fitness center that has taken over the former mail sorting room underground, with beautiful treating rooms, a Himalayan salt chamber, manicure and pedicure studio, waterfall, candlelight relaxation lounge and the latest Technogym equipment.
Food & Drink
There are plenty of in-house options when it comes to dining at the Trump Hotel. For coffee, you can head to the Starbucks in the basement for pastries, sandwiches and more. BLT Prime by David Burke serves classic steakhouse cuisine with inspiring ingredients, modern accents and creativity. For a twist on a night out, check out Michelin-starred Sushi Nakazawa, which offered the omakase of Chef Daisuke Nakazawa. The Benjamin Bar & Lounge is the perfect spot for a relaxing night with small bites and fine drinks.
Service at The Trump Hotel is nothing short of perfect, just like the decor. Staff throughout the hotel were always on alert and ready to help you with anything you might need. Known for the small things that they do that speaks volumes, hospitality is in excess at this hotel.
Located in the heart of the city’s historic Federal Triangle, the Trump hotel looms over Pennsylvania Avenue, between the White House and the Capitol. This coveted location is steps away from the National Mall, Monument, Smithsonian museums and plenty of other attractions. Ironically, the property has views of the William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building and an IRS building.
Address: 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. property offers everything you would want from a luxurious stay from extravagant design, gorgeous rooms, lavish spa, fine dining and faultless service. This hotel also boasts some of the cities’ best views and comes with excellent service.
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