Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center, a New York property of Destination Hotels and Resorts, is enticing companies to host their next meeting onsite.
Companies booking their next meeting at the estate receive 10 percent their master bill. This promotion will apply to all meetings contracted by Aug. 31 and arrival prior to Dec. 15, with at least 20 Complete Meeting Package room nights.
“This is our way of saying thank you to our loyal clients as we celebrate a wonderful milestone this year,” said Jamieson Asselta, director of sales and marketing, Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center. “With 30,000 square feet of IACC-certified meeting space, 30 meeting rooms, a dedicated conference planner, a collection of value-rich meeting packages, the latest technology and contemporary facilities, we want executives to know that we can take care of all of their meeting needs.”
Over the last 50 years, the conference center has remained focused on hosting high-level executive meetings, trainings and conferences. In sharing the conference center’s 50th anniversary with guests, the estate is offering the other following promotions through the end of the year:
50th Anniversary CMP Dinner Menu — This specialized dinner menu is available for purchase for just $50 for conference attendees utilizing the Complete Meeting Package. The seasonal menu can be used for a minimum of 20 attendees for a 90-minute event.
The Remembering 1964 Package offers guests an opportunity to revisit the food that made the era so popular. This package includes overnight Deluxe or King House guest room, breakfast for two in Winter Palace, and a 1964 dining experience in Cellar 49 inspired by the likes of Julia Child, Graham Kerr, Craig Claiborne and the 1964 World’s Fair. This package starts at $269 per night (excludes alcoholic beverages). Reservations are required.
The extravagant 1964 Package includes a two-night stay in a King Mansion balcony or sun deck room, customized amenity upon arrival, breakfast for two in the Winter Palace, and a customized dining experience through private use of Cellar 49’s Wine Vault. This private meal paired with Cellar 49’s finest wines, will include a five-course dinner menu tailored to your liking after consultation with the Cellar 49 Chef. Cellar 49, which served as Mary Duke Biddle’s cellar during her residence, is located on the lower floor of the historic Biddle Mansion and offers a variety of dishes that highlight a modern twist on classic tavern fare. This memorable experience is priced at $1,964 to commemorate the property’s first year as a conference center. Reservations are required.