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Winter Wedding Specials

By September 28, 2005

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If you're thinking about pulling together a quick winter wedding, there are still some deals to be had. While most wedding gurus advocate spending a year or more planning your wedding, it is certainly possible to pull it together in just a few months. And if a hotel isn't already booked, they may be willing to cut you a special price. For example, I just got an email from a New Jersey Hotel offering specials to those who act quickly - click here to read more. For more help on planning your wedding in a relatively short amount of time, read Planning a Quick Wedding in 3 Months or Less
And if you're looking for ideas, check out Ideas and Tips for a Magical Winter Wedding Theme

Winter wedding are said to forge the strongest bonds. For that reason – and more – many couples are now choosing to be wed in the winter months.

The Somerset Hills Hotel cordially invites you to host your winter wedding at one of North Jersey’s premier wedding facilities. The most important celebration of your life deserves nothing less than the majesty of the Somerset Hills Hotel, nestled in the picturesque hills of Somerset County, NJ. For a limited time, this elegant hotel is offering Winter Wedding packages that can’t be beat.

“We just love winter weddings because of the incredible theme and decorating possibilities it allows,” said Amy Ciarletta, Social Sales Manager for the Somerset Hills Hotel. “There are so many elegant color and floral combinations available for winter weddings. The Claremont Ballroom is absolutely stunning when decorated in evergreen garland that is finished off with red, velvety bows and white poinsettias, for example.”

For just $74.95 per person, the wedding of your dreams can become a reality. Valid for January through March in either 2006 or 2007, the Somerset Hills Hotel Winter Wedding package offers endless amenities and services which will cater to your specific needs. With a seating capacity of up to 200 guests, the main ballroom allows you to share your special day with all of your closest friends and family, while providing them with the most gracious of services. Whether dining on exquisite cuisine or dancing the floors of the enchanting Claremont Ballroom, bride, groom and loved ones alike will all be treated like royalty.

“Your wedding day should be the most memorable day of your life, and here at the Somerset Hills Hotel, we will make sure that it is. We book only one wedding at a time, so the bride does not have to share her day. We will work out every last detail to please your individual preferences and taste, in order to ensure a picture-perfect wedding. Let us help you start your new life together, with elegance and tradition that only the Somerset Hills Hotel can provide,” said Geoffrey Conrad, General Manager of The Somerset Hills Hotel.

Overnight accommodation for the Bride and Groom in the luxurious bridal suite is always complimentary, along with champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries and an intimate breakfast for two. Additionally, to celebrate your first anniversary, a complimentary overnight accommodation with breakfast for two will be provided.

For more information or to book your wedding day with us call: 908-647-6700 ext. 109.

The Somerset Hills Hotel carries on the tradition of the small, luxury hotels of Europe, with elegantly-appointed and spacious rooms, whirlpool suites, efficiency suites, an exercise room and outdoor pool within a modern, state-of-the art facility. The 111-room hotel offers five meeting rooms in addition to the Claremont Ballroom, which can accommodate weddings and gatherings of up to 250 people. Two restaurants, the upscale, fine dining Grappa Restaurant, and the casual, pub-style Tap Room offer a variety of dining and lounge experiences.


July 10, 2007 at 3:15 pm
(1) Chris says:

I would absolutely avoid this hotel at all costs. I booked a room block at the Somerset Hills Hotel for my wedding and it was a complete disaster. Here are some of the most blatent things that went wrong 1) we made gift bags for all guests and less than 50% of the 50 rooms we had booked were given them- even I (the bride) wasn’t given one and was told they had run out, which was odd since we had more bags than rooms booked. Upon checkout we saw 7 bags sitting behind the front desk that were never given out. 2) A guest had put $5,000 and his passport in a safe deposit lockbox at the front desk, when he went to retrieve it he was given an empty box (which his key oddly opened)- the employee at the front desk then accused him of taking his belongings and would not help. Only when the manager was called and police were threatened to be called was another box produced (in which the key also worked for) containing his belongings. 3) We had arranged for certain rooms to be billed to us and I had personally met with and gone over exactly which rooms we would pay for. Upon checkout, we were billed for all these rooms as well as many additional rooms. Come to find out, the guests that we were billed for were ALSO BILLED for the same rooms. We are still trying to sort out this double billing and I’m now forced to contact many of the guests to confirm whether or not they paid. When trying to check out and sort this out we were confronted with an EXTREMELY rude and condescending man at the front desk who claimed he had no authority to correct the billing- I waited 2 hours for someone with authority to come and no one ever did. I finally had to leave to catch a plane to my honeymoon. I could go on and on, but to sum it up: my experience at this hotel remains the only bad memory of a wonderful wedding. I hope this is helpful because I would hate for any bride to have to to go through this on such an important day!

January 5, 2009 at 7:42 pm
(2) Ice Miracles says:

Ice Sculptures make a great and appropriate addition to winder weddings. In New York check out, http://www.icemiracles.com

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