Trump Waikiki Lights: Signature Residence Program

On Feb. 15th, Trump International Hotel had a gorgeous open house and announced their new “Signature Residence Program.” With the Signature Residence Program, the owner will get a taste of all the privileges of hotel residence life…and “live free” for up to two years.

This program will be custom fit to owner’s individual circumstances and preferences based on the following categories:

1. Make Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk feel like home:

  • Furniture moving
  • Full-time parking privileges available
  • On and off-site storage solutions

2. A complimentary taste of the privileges associated with making Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk home:

  • 20 room nights a year in a studio suite for your guests
  • 10 round trip airport transportation in the Trump Maybach or Escalade
  • 40 days of housekeeping

3. Living free…for up to two years:

  • Developer pays your maintenance fees, electricity, property tax, and will assist with the re-assessment process to establish the lower, non-rental property tax rate.

This Signature Residence Program was created for the homeowner that chooses to make Trump International Hotel their home in Waikiki and who appreciates the privileges associated with hotel serviced living.

Anyone interested in this program, or available suits on the market in Trump Waikiki, please contact me at 808.391.6214 or yvonne@hawaiilife.com for further assistance.

“Trump International Hotel in Waikiki 在2月15日晚的房展会上公布了他们的新项目:公寓的主人可以有2年的免费享用公寓每年20天,酒店的开发商负责付物业管理费,电费等,还有房产税,也会帮助公寓的主人重建低税和不属于出租房产的税率。同时公寓主人可以享受家具的搬迁和储藏,任何时候的停车 等。 这个项目很适合于喜欢酒店的全套的服务的投资者,他们既能有每年来夏威夷渡假20天,免费享受五星级的酒店服务,在2年内又没有任何烦恼来管理,支付在酒店拥有的公寓的所有费用。

有意者,请与yvonne 联系:808-391-6214,或者:yvonne@hawaiilife.com.

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