ISELIN, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/13 -- Longer days, warmer weather, and relaxing poolside. It's no surprise that summer is everyone's favorite season -- and the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel is proud to offer the perfect spot to spend those long summer days.
Through August 31, the Renaissance will be hosting a number of summer poolside RLife entertainment events, along with special events at the popular on-site OLIO restaurant. This poolside series will feature live performances from George Smith of the band Splinter, Rick Fuimo, Kevin Hildebrandt, and more. Poolside happy hours occur on Fridays from 5-8p.m. and Saturdays with live entertainment from 4-7p.m. Complete your weekend with Sunday Funday hosted by "Rob the Bartender" as well as a DJ. And if you can't make the weekend, OLIO will feature live music every other Tuesday from 5:30-8:30p.m.
Spotlighting emerging artists and creating unique events, RLife LIVE brings the best new music and exhilarating events to Renaissance hotels around the world. RLife Live events have already included performances from stars like Robyn and Bruno Mars. But guests will also find undiscovered artists, thrilling live shows and innovative entertainment of all kinds.
Woodbridge's Renaissance Hotel boasts a unique setting near upscale restaurants instilled with local flavor, such as the award-winning, on-site OLIO Restaurant, a stunning setting featuring unique twists on favorite dishes as well as attractive, colorful accents, inlaid mesquite log floors and hand-blown glass chandeliers.
The contemporary guest rooms at this Edison, New Jersey hotel provide a perfect setting for a summer getaway. Each offers Marriott's Plug-In Room Panels and 37-inch LCD HDTVs, giving guests simultaneous connectivity to laptops for streaming movies, iPods for their favorite summer jams, and DVD players. Besides the indoor and outdoor pools, the Renaissance also offers a fitness center featuring cardio equipment, free weights, treadmills, elliptical cross trainers and lifecycles.
However, for guests who want to explore all that Iselin and Woodbridge have to offer, the Renaissance invites them to let the hotel's on-site Navigators point them to the most romantic undiscovered spots in town. Conveniently located near tourist attractions, the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel's accommodations provide a sophisticated retreat for business and leisure travelers alike.
A popular choice among hotels near Plainfield, NJ, this property even offers a very popular banquet facility with over 25,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space serviced by a highly experienced staff. In fact, among Central NJ wedding venues, only the Renaissance is located near both the Woodbridge Center Mall and the Menlo Park Mall.
About the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
A distinctive choice among New Jersey hotels, Woodbridge's Renaissance 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 International 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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