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Special Events Locations:
Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington DC
Experience has shown us that the following sites
are a "sure thing" to make your special event a memorable one.
We'll be adding more of our favorite venues to this hot-list as time
permits. Remember that these are just a few of the many sites that are
available for your upcoming meeting or event!
Inner Harbor -- The hotel is located in the Inner Harbor/Downtown
area. It's accessible to all major interstates and BWI Airport. We are
situated directly across the street from Orioles Park at Camden Yards and
Ravens Stadium, 1 block from Baltimore Convention Center and 5 blocks from
the Inner Harbor. The hotel can accommodate groups from 5 to 1000 people.
Inner Harbor -- Wyndham Baltimore, Inner Harbor's convenient
downtown location, is directly across from the Baltimore Arena, Morris
Mechanic Theatre, and just a few blocks from the Inner Harbor,
restaurants, shops, Raven's football, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the
National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center.
Legal Sea Food -- Bustling,
energetic Inner Harbor offers both indoor and outdoor dining to take full
advantage of the seasons. Full-service dining is convenient to public
transportation and serious shopping fun.
Pisces -- Voted top seafood
restaurant by Zagat, Pisces offers an unsurpassed view of the Inner Harbor
and sets the standard for seafood in Baltimore. Discover the best reason to
order dessert, the delectable Beyond Imagination Chocolate Bombe. A portion
of proceeds goes to the National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Seahorse
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse -- Off
our main dining area at Fleming’s, you’ll find private dining rooms
where important occasions become the most memorable of times. These rooms
accommodate large or small groups (up to 60) and are easily reconfigured to
become meeting as well as dining rooms–private, semi-private or open to
the main dining area. And whether it’s a business meeting, private party
or family gathering, you’ll find the service and attention commensurate
with the importance of your occasion.
Baltimore Special Events Venues
Railroad Museum -- With full use of the 1884 Baldwin Roundhouse, an
architectural masterpiece, your guests will arrive and enter through the
Mt. Clare Station, built in 1851, and stroll through the Annex building on the
way to the breathtaking Roundhouse. This 22-sided room with a 136-foot
high ceiling has nearly 45,000 square feet of floor space - ideal for
dining and dancing.
The Walters Art Museum -- The
Sculpture Courtyard is an ideal setting for our elegant evening of art and
cuisine. Guests will be dining while surrounded by the presence of
magnificent marble sculpture. The melodic tunes of the violins will enhance
the ambience of the evening. To further the experience, the leading lady,
Christine, from Phantom of the Opera will sing to the group.
Downtown Philadelphia -- In
the heart of the business district, and in the heart of America's historic
quest for liberty, the Philadelphia Marriott commands a towering presence,
rising to every occasion for your business, leisure and meeting needs.
Hyatt Philadelphia -- Conveniently located at the Bellevue in the
heart of Philadelphia's downtown historic theater district. Within walking
distance of the new Pennsylvania Convention Center, the Liberty Bell,
Independence Hall and many other attractions. Philadelphia International
Airport and the 30th Street Amtrak station are only minutes away.
Prime Rib -- Gargantuan cuts
of prime beef, extra thick chops, and simply prepared fresh seafood are
the straightforward offerings of this steakhouse that evokes the supper
clubs of Manhattan in the 1940's. Leopard print carpeting, black lacquered
walls trimmed in brass, and tuxedoed waiters complete the elegant
atmosphere - featuring live piano and bass nightly. Dress code is business
Fish & Company -- Philadelphia
Fish & Company has won regional and national accolades for its food,
ambiance and bar. The restaurant has earned a reputation as successful
and known for quality and consistency.
Bistro St. Tropez -- In
1987, Bistro St. Tropez opened its doors to the public. Since then, The
Bistro has moved to its current location overlooking the river and the art
museum area. Along with the beautiful view of the city, patrons of the
Bistro are treated to the finest cuisine in the city.
Philadelphia Special Events Locations
of Music -- The nation’s
oldest opera house is a full service venue for meetings, seminars and
Academy of Music is both a celebrated historical landmark and a current
focus of cultural life in the city. Opened in 1857, the Academy is the
oldest grand opera house in the United States still used for its original
purpose. It remains one of the busiest halls in the world and hosts a myriad
of community functions and cultural activities.
College of Physicians of Philadelphia -- The
present home for the College was built in 1909 and is an elegant Georgian
style building with a most distinctive ambiance throughout. This setting
is ideal for your next event.Experience the luxury and grace of old Philadelphia from the marble
foyer and grand staircase to the elegantly appointed ballroom. The medical
museum and garden are also available.
Museum of Art -- One of the great art institutions, the
Philadelphia Museum of Art boasts a variety of majestic spaces for
memorable events.The Museum
of Art offers beautiful interiors for a variety of events, and the unique
opportunity to celebrate amid magnificent art and architecture.
Washington -- Located in the fashionable West End of the nation's
capital, 3 blocks from the premier shopping, dining and entertainment of
Georgetown, and just minutes from the Capitol Building and national monuments.
Crystal Gateway Marriott -- Whether
your trip to Washington, D.C. is for business, pleasure or dynamic
meetings, experience the power and prestige of the nation's capital from
the crystal-clear vantage point of the Crystal Gateway Marriott. Just minutes
from Washington's Reagan National airport and easily accessible to
Washington's mass transit Metro system. Over 46,000 square feet of combined
flexible meeting space through the Crystal Connection.
Washington, D.C. Restaurants
Van’s Steakhouse -- Bobby Van's Steakhouse was voted as having
the "Best Porterhouse Steak in Washington D.C." by Washingtonian
Magazine. Presented sliced off the bone and accompanied by creamed spinach
and crusty hash-brown potatoes laced with green bell peppers and onions,
it is the dish that has made Bobby Van's famous. The wine list has perfect
Pinots, Cabernets, and Merlots to complement its renowned porterhouse.
Bobby Van's offers many seafood and poultry dishes as well as fresh,
Union Station -- Features a combination of Cajun, Creole and
Southern cuisine. Located in Washington, D.C.'s Historic Union Station, B.
Smith's grand Beaux Arts style dining room with its 30-foot ceilings,
period chandeliers and turn of the century elegance is a national
landmark and has been called one of the most beautiful dining rooms in
America. In its own separate space, the bar at B. Smith's serves as a
gathering place for Washington's political movers and shakers, celebrities
and people who just want to have a good time.
D.C. Special Events
Decatur House -- A charming
house and courtyard steps from the White House, listed on the National
Trust for Historic Preservation.
Top of the
Town -- The totally new Top of the Town in Arlington is an elegant
reception and conference facility featuring a dramatic and sweeping view
across the Potomac River of Washington D.C. landmarks and monuments.
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