WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwire) -- 02/12/13 -- For many brides, a dream wedding is literally just a dream, but The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel is making it possible for brides of every budget to host their big day at its historic wedding venue in DC.
With the Elegance in the Afternoon wedding and reception package, brides can enjoy all the glamour of an evening wedding at this luxury hotel in DC at a fraction of the cost. By hosting their event between 11:00a.m. and 4:00p.m., brides can save with prices as low as $99 per person, which means there's extra room to spend on everything from the dress to the DJ.
With nearly 39,000 square feet in its Washington, DC event venues, this landmark hotel offers spaces for weddings of every size, from family-only affairs to grand celebrations. With the Elegance in the Afternoon package, brides will save on what's usually the most expensive part of the day -- the reception. The package includes:
•2 hours open bar with well brand spirits, wine and beer •Sparkling wine toast •Selection of hors d'oeuvres (6 pieces per person) •2-course plated lunch with the Mayflower signature bread service, salad, entrée and coffee service •Wedding cake from Fluffy Thoughts Cakes •White or ivory floor-length cotton twill linens with coordinating napkins •Votive candles
Of course it wouldn't be a wedding without a few extra-special touches for the bride and groom, so this package also includes a two-night stay in the Bridal Suite, two upgrades to a one-bedroom suite offered at the wedding rate and two parking passes for the wedding.
About The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
When it opened in 1925, The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel was said to have more gold leaf than any other U.S. building except the Library Congress. Today, guests can still see this landmark's historic details without missing out on a modern hotel experience. Proclaimed DC's "Second Best Address" after the White House by President Truman, this luxury hotel features 654 guest rooms and 74 suites with stunning city views. Each room is elegantly outfitted with a desk, plush bedding, cable TV, coffee/tea service, high-speed Internet access, in-room dining and marble bathroom with spa-quality amenities. Just blocks from the White House and Metro, this Historic Hotel of America is ideal for exploring the best of DC, from museums and shopping to dining and nightlife. EDGAR Bar & Kitchen, which is connected to the hotel, is a dining destination in and of itself, with a modern take on the traditional American brasserie. The onsite floral boutique and Thomas Pink retail store are perfect for last-minute party preparation including fragrant bouquets and dapper shirts and ties. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, this hotel's nearly 39,000 square feet of event space has been the setting for many of the city's biggest events; today it hosts everything from conferences and board meetings to weddings and galas.
About Renaissance Hotels
Renaissance Hotels represents a diverse collection of more than 150 hotels in 35 countries worldwide. Each property is unique, offering passionate travelers a one-of-kind experience and memories they will be sure to take with them long after they depart. Within every hotel, guests are greeted by an exceptional array of amenities and an inspiring world of local discoveries. For travelers looking to experience something new, innovative and locally driven programs, including the industry-leading entertainment platform RLife LIVE as well R Navigator, ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. Renaissance Hotels. Live Life To Discover. To discover more, visit www.renhotels.com.
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The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
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