Arthur Erickson-designed Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver eyed for 2016

Holborn Group and TA Global have confirmed plans to welcome the city’s first Trump development, Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver. Situated on Georgia Street in Downtown Vancouver’s Coal Harbour, the $360-million Arthur Erickson-designed tower will include a hotel and residences.

In addition to 147 guest rooms, the luxury hotel will include a Champagne lounge, signature restaurant, Trump Spa, and banquet and conference center. It will also be home to Vancouver’s first pool bar nightclub. Above the hotel will be 218 residences, offering residents views of the North Shore and beyond. When completed, the twisting tower will stand at 616 feet (63 stories).

Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver is the latest project to further contribute to the revitalization of the West Georgia corridor. Within four years of the hotel opening, it is expected that visitors to Vancouver will occupy 40,726 room nights per year. In addition to spinoff consultation contracts, the project has created the equivalent of 170 full-time jobs during the construction phase, and will generate 300 full-time positions upon opening.

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Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver will feature Canada’s first Mar-a-Lago Spa by Ivanka Trump, a new boutique spa brand that will reflect the look of the 1927 Palm Beach property. The design of the spa will be influenced by the club’s style, blending classic and Nouveau. Ivanka Trump will personally select the spa’s products and treatments.

As part of the TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION, the Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver will offer guests their own Trump Attaché. This dedicated department provides personalized attention by recording guests’ preferences and updating them with each visit.

The original twisting design of the tower maximizes the window features and views in every suite, making each unit distinctive, with no two views exactly alike. Residences will range from 644 square feet to 2,117 square feet, with the penthouses between 3,500 square feet and 4,400 square feet.

Sales for the residential suites will begin this October, with project completion expected in Summer 2016.

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