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Renaissance Luxury Hotel Near Newark Airport Invites Discoverers to Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

Event Space in Elizabeth, NJ Announces Holiday Party Package for Planners Who Book by August 31st

ELIZABETH, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- The Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel is spreading bright lights and cheer for the holidays with an exclusive package for party planners who book their festivities early this season. Guests who reserve their spot for their 2014 holiday party at the luxury hotel near Newark Airport will receive exclusive discounts, special room rates, accommodations and more.

With more than 17,000 square feet of event space, including a Grand Ballroom capable of hosting up to 880 people for lavish parties, the Renaissance is the perfect spot to celebrate the upcoming season. Guests who plan and book their party by August 31st will receive 10% off all holiday packages, discounted room rates, daily and overnight parking discounts, plus one complimentary overnight accommodation with breakfast for two, when actualizing 30 rooms or more.

An urban ambience pervades every corner of the hotel's event space in the heart of Elizabeth, NJ. Discoverers can take the elevator home and unwind on plush, Revive bedding, with rooms that boast marble bathrooms and spa-inspired amenities. The hotel's sound-proof floor-to-ceiling windows create a quiet atmosphere and serene guest experience for party goers, with many rooms boasting views of NYC.

The next day, invite attendees to take in local treasures with area tips and services from the Renaissance Local Navigator. The hotel is located just moments from ferry service to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty as well as the Prudential Center, one of the region's top venues for sports and entertainment and Jersey Gardens, perfect for holiday shopping.

Often called "Down Neck" or the "Neck", the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, New Jersey is a celebrated melting pot -- a fact that's reflected in the hotel's restaurant. Ironbound celebrates the rich, culinary heritage of Portugal and Italy, boasting a menu that features European culturally inspired cuisine and innovative dishes sourced from the freshest local ingredients.

Event planners prepping their holiday party for 2014 to take advantage of this exclusive package can contact Barbara Nahass, the Senior Catering Sales Executive at the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel at 908 436 4627 or by e-mailing [email protected]

About the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel

The Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel is located in Elizabeth, New Jersey greeting discoverers with a complimentary airport shuttle and an inviting lobby featuring free wireless Internet access. Inside the guest rooms, the amenities are just as exceptional. Natural lighting from sound-proof floor-to-ceiling windows maintain the hotel's warm ambience which is complemented by luxury bedding, 37-inch HDTVs, high-tech Plug-In panels, premium movie channels and marble bathrooms with spa-inspired amenities. Conveniently located just three miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, the Renaissance offers delightful farm-to-table dining at the Ironbound restaurant, 24-hour business and fitness centers and an indoor pool. Meeting and event planners can take advantage of the hotel's 17,000 square feet of high-tech event space.

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CONTACT:
Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel
1000 Spring Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201 USA
1-908-436-4600
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ewrnr-renaissance-newark-airport-hotel/

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