Trump International Hotel and Tower, New York, United States of America
The Trump International Hotel and Tower is located at the junction of Central Park West, Columbus Circle, Central Park South and Broadway in New York, US. The tower was named in honour of real estate developer Donald Trump, now US President.
The Gulf and Western building, which was constructed in 1971, was converted into Trump International Hotel and condominium tower in 1995. The hotel tower is 177.62m high and consists of 52 floors. The building accommodates a hotel and residential condominiums.
The renovation plans were revealed in November 2009. The work began in January 2010 and was completed in September 2010. The work cost approximately $30m.
Trump Tower interior design
The ivory and caramel interiors reflect the urban feel of the hotel. Rosewood, maple, walnut woods, bronze and burnished gold leaf were also used.
Accommodation at the Trump Tower
The hotel has 176 renovated guestrooms including 35 superior and deluxe rooms and 141 single bedroom suites, two-bedroom suites and convertible three-bedroom suites. The guestrooms are classified into superior, deluxe, junior suites, one-bedroom suites, two-bedroom suites and executive park view suites.
Each 440ft² superior room has a queen-sized bed. The deluxe rooms and junior suites occupy 460ft² and have one king-sized bed. The one-bedroom suites occupy 700ft².
The two-bedroom suites are the hotel's largest rooms with an area of 1,350ft². The master bedroom features a king-size bed and a master bath. The guestroom has a queen-size bed and a full bath. The living room features a dining area.
Each executive park view suite covers an area of 950ft2 and features a king-sized bed.
The 6,000ft² spa opened in March 2008. It includes a health club, steam baths, saunas and a 55ft² heated indoor pool.
The spa also offers personal physical training to guests.
The hotel's 665ft2 executive Trump boardroom includes teleconferencing equipment, high speed internet access, an LCD projector and a private restroom. It can accommodate up to 25 guests. The hotel also has a full-service business centre.
The hotel has two restaurants, Jean Georges and Nougatine. Jean Georges is a five-star restaurant named in the honour of the chef Jean Georges Vongerichten.
It offers contemporary international cuisine and a menu blending French, American and Indochinese styles. Nougatine is a more low-key dining option adjacent to the Jean Georges.
The hotel also has in-room dining facility.
The construction contract for the hotel was awarded to Bovis Lend Lease. Skidmore-based architects Adrian Smith, Owings and Merrill were selected in August 2001 for designing the building.
Philip Johnson, Ritchie & Fiore Architects was awarded the contract for exterior architecture.
The interior design contract was given to Hirsch Bedner Associates and CK Architects.
James McHugh Construction was the concrete subcontractor for the building.