Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 29, 2008
Regardless of the politics of the 44th President of the United States of America, Inauguration day 2009 will rank among the most memorable events in our nation's history. The JW Marriott on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC will celebrate "Number 44" with the completion of a $2 million renovation of its Presidential and Vice Presidential suites, an elegant patriotic lobby display, luxurious presidential amenities, and a prolific "Build Your Own Ball" Inaugural hotel package.
For $1 million, one lucky group can be in the center of all the excitement, and create their own three-night 2009 Presidential Inaugural celebration, custom tailored to suit their needs. Prominently staged on the hotel's 7,300 sq. ft. 12th floor terrace, event guests can enjoy premium views of Pennsylvania Avenue, the Inaugural procession, and the renowned sites of our nation's capital, while protected from the harsh winter weather by a heated framed tent. The JW Marriott hotel in Washington, DC will assist in designing and decorating the tented space to fit the group's desire. Whether it is a posh lounge, swanky clubhouse, casual sports bar, Polynesian paradise, or traditional Inaugural flair, guests of the "Build Your Own Ball" Inaugural hotel package will witness history from a private terrace above the crowds.
The "Build Your Own Ball" Inaugural hotel package includes:
- Two Presidential Suites
- Two Vice Presidential Suites
- 300 guest rooms
- $200,000 in food and beverage
- Private access to the 12th floor balcony under a heated framed tent
- Custom tailored events to fit 450 people
- 24-hour Red Coat Service™
- 5% of proceeds will be donated to the Amazona Sustainable Foundation
The "Build Your Own Ball" Inaugural hotel package is based on availability at the time of reservation and is on a first come first serve basis. This Washington, DC hotel package is available for three consecutive nights. A non-refundable advance purchase is required. All pricing is subject to applicable taxes and gratuities. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotions. Other restrictions may apply. For reservations, please contact Rand Goodman at (202) 626-6901.
Situated at the corner of 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, steps away from the White House, National Mall, all of the historic landmarks in our nation's capital; the JW Marriott Washington, D.C. was the first JW Marriott branded hotel. It opened in 1984 as a tribute to J. Willard Marriott, the founder of Marriott Corporation, predecessor to Marriott International. The hotel, one the country's premier meeting destinations, just completed a $33 million renovation to its guestrooms and lobby and features over 37,000 square feet of revitalized meeting space, including the 14,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom, and 22 additional meeting rooms. For more information visit: http://www.jwmarriottdc.com.
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