Trump Turnberry, part of The Luxury Collection, has officially closed the doors of its hotel building and Ailsa course as The Trump Organisation commences its £200m renovation of the resort.The highly anticipated upgrade of the historic 1906 hotel includes a complete renovation, restoration and remodelling of all guestrooms, suites, corridors, restaurants and public spaces. Additionally, Trump Turnberry will soon boast a 500 person grand ballroom.
“My father and I have assembled a world-class team consisting of the best architects, contractors and restoration specialists. When completed, Trump Turnberry will be the most luxurious hotel anywhere in the UK and beyond,” stated Eric Trump, Executive Vice President of Development and Acquisitions for The Trump Organisation.
“Having already completed vast renovations to the magnificent golf clubhouse and select public areas, we are thrilled to move into the second phase of our major renovation.”
Trump Turnberry is working with Fife-based project management company, Hardies and has appointed ISG PLC, one of the most prestigious contractors in the UK, to carry out the renovation. ISG has an impressive track record and was carefully selected by the organisation from a record number of bidders.
The Turnberry Lighthouse will also undergo dramatic and exciting changes with the creation of the highly anticipated Presidential Suite, which will provide unprecedented views of Ailsa Craig and the Firth of Clyde. Throughout the nine month renovation, the brand new world-class club house, unveiled in June 2015, is open for business along with The Trump Villas and The Spa at Turnberry.
Trump Turnberry will re-open in June 2016.