When the extensive $200 million redevelopment of the historic site is completed, the Trump hotel will have 270 guest rooms and suites.The guest rooms will be some of the largest in D.C., averaging 600-sq.ft. and with high ceilings up to 16 feet, accented with crystal sconces and chandeliers and thick wool carpets. Whereas other Trump hotels stick to a beige, black and grey color scheme, these Trump rooms will work in some pretty blue colors.
Also on-site at the Trump will be the largest luxury ballroom in D.C., several restaurants and retail and a spa. It should be completed by November 2016, and when it's finished, it will be the first luxury hotel to open in D.C. in about 15 years (if you don't count the Capella DC and the Jefferson DC, that is.) Of course, with all this luxury expect to pay a hefty rate, almost $700 a night.
[Photo and rendering via Trump Hotels]