Ivanka Trump: Welcome to my spa

David Feder, VP & Managing Director, Trump National Doral; Doral Mayor Luigi Boria; Ivanka; Councilman Pete Cabrera, Doral

No maternity leave for Ivanka Trump.

The NYC-based mother of three who gave birth to her third child — a boy named Theodore —last month, was at the Trump National Doral Monday, to unveil the newly renovated Trump Spa and Suites. Ivanka, whose exact title is executive vice president of development and acquisitions for The Trump Organization, personally oversaw the design each of the 48 rooms, decorated in warm ocean blues and creams.

Luxurious touches include fine Italian linens, crystal chandeliers and greige onyx countertops.

“They are the most spacious suites on property,” she said. “But they’re different from the rest of the rooms — very calming and tranquil.”

Speaking of tranquil. For a new mom, Ivanka certainly looked rested — and back to her pre-baby weight. “I feel good,” said the businesswoman/designer who was wearing a sleek yellow and black print sundress from her eponymous apparel brand. “Busy but good.” Busy is the appropriate term. The 34-year-old beauty also has been on the campaign trail with her father, GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump.

Though the real estate mogul was in Rhode Island during the ceremony, Trump was there in spirit. He had toured the property a few weeks ago, with a bunch of Secret Service agents in tow, according to organizers.

“My father was blown away when he saw the suites and rightfully so,” said Ivanka, who reported that the spa is the culmination of a three-year, $250 million “Herculean” restoration of the 800-acre property. The former Doral Golf Resort & Spa, which The Donald bought in 2012, includes 643 rooms, four golf courses and eight restaurants.