President Trump made a stop at his hotel in Hawaii on Saturday before departing on his extended trip to Asia.
"The President stopped by the Trump Hotel on his way to the airport," said White House press secretary Sarah Sanders in a statement about the unplanned visit. "It has been a tremendously successful project and he wanted to say hello and thank you to the employee for all their hard work."
Trump then departed Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, en route to Japan.
The Trump International Hotel Waikiki is located southeast of the base. "In a perfect merging of beauty and function, the Honolulu accommodations at Trump International Hotel Waikiki, put the emphasis on just that - accommodating," the Trump Hotel website says of the hotel.
Trump has visited a number of his properties during his time as president, including frequent stays at the Mar-a-Lago in Florida earlier in the year, as well as his resorts in New Jersey and Virginia. He also sometimes dines at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
A group of House Democrats sued the Trump administration this week for records on the D.C. hotel over concerns of a possible conflict of interest.
Trump has placed his business assets, including his hotels, into a trust that his sons oversee. However, he has not divested from them.