• Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor Releases New Holiday Menus and Promotions

     
    POSTED October 19, 2016
     

With the holiday season right around the corner, Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor has announced its new holiday party menu and promotions.

The menu features regional and traditional dishes, and can be customized for a client’s tastes, dietary needs, and event theme. The promotions are based on the size of the event—the bigger the event, the better the perks.

If a group spends $3,000 –$6,000, the event will receive complimentary festive holiday décor, complimentary sparkling wine and cider toast, and 10 percent off the best available rates on sleeping rooms. If a group spends $6,000–$10,000, they’ll also receive one complimentary sleeping room for the planner, 20 percent off the best available rates on rooms, and reduced rate parking. Finally, if a group spends $10,000 or more, in addition to all the perks listed above, they’ll receive complimentary holiday linens, two complimentary rooms and 25 percent off the best available rates on rooms.

“We know some companies are waiting until January to hold events, when activities are less hectic, so we extended the offer through February, provided planners book by the end of the year,” says Michelle Donovan, complex general manager who oversees the hotel. “We also have special packages for meetings, as many planners enjoy booking their programs in the winter months as we have preferred pricing over many of those dates.”

The hotel has nine event rooms, with a total of 18,5000 square feet of space. They can host events with 40–900 guests.

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