WATG to design Trump Condo Hotel

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WATG, the world's leading hotel and destination design company, will be leaving its mark on the Dominican Republic. The Trump Organization and east coast luxury development Cap Cana recently announced that WATG would design the new Trump Condo Hotel at Cap Cana. With an investment projected at several hundred million dollars, the 400,000-square-foot condo hotel will embrace the private 800-foot-long Coralina Beach, known for its breathtaking white-powder sand and turquoise-blue waters. The five-star project will include approximately 300 rooms in elegant apartments and villas, a 7,750 square-foot jacuzzi containing floating areas for massage and special treatment areas, a signature restaurant, beach club and 4,700 square feet of conference centers for meetings and special events. WATG specializes in designing dreamlike destinations for the world's elite to escape to and is world famous through the success of previous projects such as Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, and the Bora Bora Hotel in French Polynesia. First renowned for its renovation of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in 1945, WATG has designed hotels and destinations in 157 countries in the past six decades. By focusing on a building's functionality as well as on design, WATG has now designed more hotels and resorts than any other company. Its main offices are in Honolulu, Irvine (California), Orlando, London, Seattle and Singapore. In the DR, the company will be working with Puerto Rican architecture firm CMA Architects & Engineers and famous Dominican interior decorator Patricia Reid Baquero, who has already done much of the work at Cap Cana.