SOURCE: Trump Panama International Hotel & Tower

Trump Panama International Hotel & Tower

July 08, 2011 16:36 ET

Donald J. Trump, Joined by the President of the Republic of Panama, Opened Trump Ocean Club® International Hotel & Tower® Panama on July 6

Welcoming Its First Guests, Trump Panama Hotel Offers 25%-off Best Available Rates Through Sept. 30, 2011 and Launches Facebook Sweepstakes to "Live the Life" and Win a Three-Night Stay

PUNTA PACIFICA, PANAMA--(Marketwire - Jul 8, 2011) - Wednesday marked the debut of Trump Ocean Club® International Hotel & Tower® Panama, which is TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION's first international venture. It is now the largest and tallest building in Latin America.

Donald J. Trump and his sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, joined the Panamanian team to officially open the Panama hotel to guests and residents. Trump Ocean Club received a warm welcome by the President of the Republic of Panama, His Excellency Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal. High-resolution photos can be downloaded at: https://rcpt.yousendit.com/1166667101/80661d5ff2387236ae16943d85d9a5bf

Now through Sept. 30, 2011, travelers are privy to a "Grand Opening Hotel Promotion" offering 25%-off Trump Panama's best available hotel rates. It's the perfect excuse for a summer sojourn -- and first bragging rights.

A quick trip to Trump Panama Hotel's Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/TrumpPanama, could garner a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Panama City, Panama. Through July 31, 2011, fans that "Like" Trump Panama's page are entered to win a complimentary three-night hotel stay. During their "Live the Life" excursion the winner and guest will receive roundtrip air transportation (valued at up to $1,000), limousine airport transfer to and from the hotel, deluxe accommodations in a hotel suite facing the beautiful Pacific Ocean, a yacht transfer to Trump Panama's private beach club including a gourmet lunch en route and $150 in credit that can be used at any of the hotel's signature restaurants, bars or spa. The trip must be redeemed by July 31, 2012, and blackout dates apply.