360-De­gree Views From Above

A multi-level penthouse sit­u­ated at the top of the Trump In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel of­fers lux­ury ameni­ties and spec­tac­u­lar views of Waikiki and be­yond.

Waikiki Magazine - - ILOVE WAIKIKI - By Jaimie Kim

Amidst the bus­tle and crowds of Waikiki, the Trump In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel Waikiki Beach Walk stands as a bea­con of oasis.

Step through the doors of its Trump Di­a­mond Head Penthouse and sur­round your­self in a dwelling so lux­u­ri­ous, you’ll find it dif­fi­cult to leave.

Work on the cus­tom-built twos­tory suite re­cently was com­pleted at the end of 2012. Since the Trump In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel func­tions as a con­do­minium ho­tel, some units are not in­cluded in the ho­tel pro­gram.

This one, how­ever, is avail­able for in­ter­ested trav­el­ers or res­i­dents look­ing for an un­for­get­table stay at the ho­tel. It also hap­pens to be the ho­tel’s top-notch penthouse.

The unit has a liv­ing area that is mea­sured at an ex­pan­sive 2,156 square feet, which doesn’t in­clude the two-level lanai that, on its own, has a to­tal area of 2,821 square feet.

Its eclec­tic feel im­me­di­ately greets guests who walk in, and is unique from the rest of the ho­tel.

The down­stairs liv­ing area is com­prised of two be­d­rooms, two bath­rooms, a din­ing area and a fully equipped kitchen with Miele ap­pli­ances, a Sub­Zero fridge and Ther­mador stove­top, amongst other ameni­ties.

The kitchen, which was cus­tom built, in­cludes stain­less steel counter fea­tures de­signed by Pin­in­fa­rina, the same com­pany cred­ited with the ex­te­rior de­signs of cer­tain Fer­ar­ris.

Other stand­out el­e­gant ac­cents con­trib­ute greatly to the con­tem­po­rary charm of each room. Some even fea­ture Hawai­ian el­e­ments. On one wall hangs a large kapa pat­terned piece that was spe­cially cre­ated by a Ja­panese artist, made of red earth from the is­land.

Of course, one of the more no­table as­pects of this par­tic­u­lar penthouse, lo­cated at the top of the tower, is the view that it of­fers.

The first floor liv­ing area’s walls are made en­tirely of glass. In any room of the suite, you’ll be able to

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revel in jaw-drop­ping views froM

your lanai.

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