Not good at sewing? You could apply to be a “room service order taker.” In addition to being fluent in English and well-versed in wine-pairings, requirements include the ability to “initiate and engage in conversation” and “upsell” food and drinks.
There are also openings for an income auditor, two executive pastry chefs and a uniform room attendant. An events service manager would be required to return sales calls within four hours, while a “Trump Attaché” would be tasked with coordinating in-room chefs, printing personalized business cards and shopping for gifts.
When it opens Sept. 12, the Trump Hotel, just blocks away from The White House on Pennsylvania Avenue, will be one of the area’s most luxurious hotels. Donald J. Trump, the Republican nominee for president, and his team beat out a number of high-profile suitors for a 60-year lease on the property.
The hotel will have 263 rooms, a day spa and Washington’s largest ballroom. The property’s “Trump Townhouse” — a two-bedroom suite with a private entrance and a formal dining room that seats 20 — will command a nightly rate of $24,000.
But the opulence doesn’t stop there. Earlier this week, Washingtonian reported hotel bartenders will serve wine on crystal spoons and uncork Champagne bottles using special sabers. No word yet on whether those positions have been filled.