After becoming part of the Trump Hotel Collection in 2012, Trump National Doral Miami embarked on a $250 million gut renovation, reopening in October. The property built its reputation as a golf resort—it has five courses, all renovated, as well as an expanded driving range with lighting—but it also has significant meeting space. The property has 100,000 square feet of indoor function space as well as 75,000 square feet of outdoor space. The Donald J. Trump Grand Ballroom is the largest space at 24,079 square feet and holds 3,400 theater-style, 2,400 for receptions, or 1,700 for banquets. It also includes new event space such as the Crystal Ballroom and Terrace, which were built atop the resort clubhouse. The circular 7,200-square-foot ballroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and attaches to the 8,000-square-foot terrace. Used together, the space holds nearly 1,000 people. Restaurant options at the resort include the newly opened BLT Prime steak house.
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