About 4 years ago by Jennifer |
November 25, 2013 ~ After Thursday, it’s official. The Holidays are Upon Us! Hanukkah has begun. There are only 26 shopping days until Christmas. Where does the time go! With all the holiday hustle and bustle, it’s really important to set aside some time to relax and enjoy family. The Providence Marriott Downtown has experiential overnight packages to fulfill that need. The Art, Food & Wine Experience is great for art-lovers and foodies! The package includes deluxe accommodations, admission to the infamous RISD Museum of Art, breakfast for two, an appetizer from the Greatroom 5|10|20 menu as well as a bottle of wine. No need to make plans during your visit…it’s all planned out for you. With the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service to take you to the museum, you literally can arrive, park your car and relax an enjoy your experience.
Now if you are looking for a relaxing trip with the kids, the Family Movie Night package is perfect for you! This package includes deluxe overnight accommodations, breakfast for two adults and up to three kids, a complimentary movie (good to encourage some down time) and a pizza you can order through room service – fun! Between all that and the awesome indoor pool, the kids will think they’ve died and gone to heaven. And you will have created a special holiday memory they will remember for a long time to come. Remember, we’re pet-friendly. So you four-legged best friend can come along too!
If you are simply way too busy to get away until after the holidays, you should make plans now for New Year’s Eve. The Providence Marriott Downtown has a solid reputation for throwing amazing parties. This year is no exception. The New Year’s Eve Party Package offers all the bells and whistles. Dinner, dancing, live music, DJ, the hilarious comedian Ben Hague, luxurious accommodations and a festive atmosphere are all packaged together for you. Talk to some friend and see if everyone wants to go together. What a fabulous way to celebrate the New Year!
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Hanukkah!