Sunday, April 24, 2011
Come Join Nancy Swiezy at The Palace... Hotel For A Royal Sunrise Breakfast!
Friday, April 29, 2011 Say “I Do” to the Royal Wedding Sunrise Breakfast with me and The Queen (In Flowers)
Watch the Wedding Ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton While Enjoying a Traditional English Breakfast in the Palatial Surroundings of the Historic Villard Mansion
New York, New York –– If you can’t make it to London for the “big day,” the next place to watch the most talked about wedding celebration of the year is in The Drawing Room at The New York Palace. Guests will view the ceremony on flatscreen TVs while enjoying traditional English morning meal favorites, including scones with marmalade, scrambled eggs with Devonshire cream, and breakfast bangers.
The event, priced at $150 per person inclusive, will commence at 5:30 am with coffee and tea service. At 6 am, breakfast service will begin to correspond with the 11 am wedding start time in London, and will conclude at 8 am with a champagne toast.
Guests will enjoy an experience that is reflective of a wedding event with traditional celebratory elements and offerings. These include personalized place cards, elegant floral arrangements, “In Honour Of” printed menus, and commemorative wedding “favors” (scented glass candles with an embossed crown logo). To best ensure that early risers are well taken care of it, all attendees will receive keepsake Palace slippers, and pillows and blankets will be available throughout the breakfast to ensure the “coziest” of dining experiences.
The Drawing Room is housed in the renowned Villard Mansion at The New York Palace. With its motifs from 15th-century Italian cathedrals that reflects Gilded Age grandeur, The Drawing Room features exquisite carved wood paneling and twin fireplaces.
For additional information about the Royal Wedding Sunrise Breakfast and to make reservations for the event, please call 212-303-7785. Guests who wish reserve a Superior guestroom starting at $429 the night before the breakfast may do so by contacting the reservations department at firstname.lastname@example.org, calling (800) 804-7035 or visiting
Posted by Nancy Swiezy at Sunday, April 24, 2011