ISELIN, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 10/19/12 -- Until it becomes part of its community, a hotel is nothing more than a building -- a nice place to stay, but still in need of warmth and local flavor. With Renaissance hotels, the people and neighborhoods surrounding any property become a part of its identity and charm, and give each hotel its own unique personality, complementing its ability to deliver the renowned Renaissance experience. With that in mind, the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel is proud to announce the addition of artwork by local artist David Banegas throughout the property.
A Bolivian born artist, David Banegas specializes in action painting. Based out of nearby Red Bank, NJ, Banegas is best known for his breathtakingly colorful portraits of Hollywood's historic and contemporary A-listers such as Marilyn Monroe, Heath Ledger, and Johnny Depp. While many artists focus on selling their work, Banegas participates in a number of events in support of charities and foundations, particularly children's charities around the United States and South America.
Through a special arrangement with the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, guests will have the opportunity to experience Banegas' unique talent and vision as they walk the halls, take a dip in the pool, or congregate in the lobby. To learn more about David Banegas, and see samples from his extensive portfolio, guests are invited to visit http://davidbanegas.com.
Centrally located near corporate offices and tourist attractions, the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel's accommodations provide a sophisticated retreat for families and business travelers alike. A popular choice among Iselin hotels, Woodbridge's Renaissance Hotel also boasts a unique setting featuring upscale restaurants infused with local flavor, such as the award-winning OLIO Restaurant, a stunning setting featuring unique twists on favorite dishes as well as chic, colorful accents, inlaid mesquite log floors and hand-blown glass chandeliers.
Each guest room at this Edison hotel offers Marriott's Plug-In Room Panels and 37-inch LCD HDTVs, which allow guests simultaneous connectivity to laptops, iPods, & DVD players. The Renaissance also offers a fitness center featuring cardio equipment, free weights, treadmills, elliptical cross trainers and lifecycles, as well as bot indoor and outdoor pools. The hotel even offers a very popular Woodbridge banquet facility with over 25,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space serviced by a highly experienced staff. In fact, among Central NJ event venues, only the Renaissance is just minutes away from two major shopping centers: Woodbridge Center Mall and Menlo Park Mall.
For guests seeking more than a full-service Edison hotel, the Renaissance awaits.
About the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
This distinctive choice among Central New Jersey hotels with pools features 311 recently renovated guestrooms, including 42 suites and a complete upgrade to over 25,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space. Perfect for a weekend getaway or a corporate meeting, this hotel in Edison, NJ, is located at the crossroads of Rt. 1 & 9 -- just 15 minutes south of Newark Liberty Int'l Airport (EWR) and less than 1 mile from Metropark Train Station. At the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, guests will find a place where simple delights become memorable moments.
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