The Rittenhouse Announces a Bridal Bootcamp Wedding Package

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The Rittenhouse now offers a Bridal LUXE Bootcamp package that lets the bride plan a flashmob dance during their actual wedding party.

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We’re thrilled to bring this most memorable and magical experience to our brides and their guests

The Rittenhouse Hotel is now offering a Bridal LUXE Bootcamp wedding package. The Rittenhouse has teamed with nationally recognized dance troupe, Project Moshen, to provide the bride with her very own wedding flash mob dance.

Brides-to-be can book the Bridal Package, which includes 16 personal training sessions, 6 wellness coaching sessions, 2 months of unlimited fitness center use including steam, sauna, and atrium pool, and 2 LUXE Flash Mob Dance Classes. Anyone that the bride wants to include can be in attendance at the dance classes, and this package is fully customizable based on the special needs of each bride.

“We’re thrilled to bring this most memorable and magical experience to our brides and their guests,” said Jane Diamond, Director of Fitness & Wellness at The Rittenhouse Spa & Club – Hair by Paul Labrecque.

In addition to the Bridal Bootcamp package, The Rittenhouse Hotel is also offering a Wedding Discount package for a limited time. Any wedding booked for 2015 or the first quarter of 2016 receives two complimentary spa treatments leading up to the wedding.

Wedding planners can complete an RFP or visit Rittenhouse’s website to learn more details.

About The Rittenhouse
One of Philadelphia’s most historic hotels, The Rittenhouse has had many incarnations. Beaux-Arts architect Paul Cret designed its modern layout constructed in 1913. The Rittenhouse was originally home to A.J. and Lois Buchanan Cassatt. A.J. was president of the famous Pennsylvania Railroad and helped construct the original Penn Station. His sister Mary was a renowned painter, whose work appeared in the Paris Salon of 1868. Mary is now the namesake of The Rittenhouse’s lounge, which serves renowned Afternoon Tea. Later, the Rittenhouse became the home of The Academy of Notre Dame, where members of the famous Barrymore acting dynasty studied as children. The Rittenhouse’s current layout was designed in the late 1960s by Donald Reiff. This new design provides stunning views of Rittenhouse Square and Philadelphia, while still reflecting the history of the hotel’s original design. With its wealth of history and commitment to superb service, The Rittenhouse is an exquisite hotel. Guests can reserve online or by calling (800) 635-1042.

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