The Presidential Entourage Package includes four-nights in the hotel's Presidential Suite. With two connecting guestrooms, the suite sleeps up to six guests. The Historic Capitol Hill Package is ideal for a couple. It offers the same amenities in a more intimate setting. Guest will be greeted at the airport by a limousine and brought to the hotel. There will be a welcome reception, hosted by the hotelís general manager, in a private lounge at Article One, the hotelís signature restaurant.
The hotelís executive chef, Ary Schalick will tap into finest food selections indigenous to that nationís capital. The culinary expert will oversee the preparation of selections from artisanal meats, cheeses and breads from the Eastern Market, cupcakes from the Georgetown Cupcake, and seafood from the Maine Avenue Fish Market, and fresh baked lavosh breads from the Penn Quarter. The packages also include a daily breakfast-in-bed and an en-suite dinner, personally prepared by Chef Schalick and accompanied by wine pairings selected by John Davenhall, the hotel's director of food and beverage.
The Presidential Entourage package also includes six tickets to the All American Ball, which is held in the hotel's Regency ballroom. The gala event will feature all-night dancing, six bands, a variety of dinner buffets, and an open bar. Prior to the ball, guests will receive one-hour massage treatments and professional hairdressing. Gentlemen will be indulged with grooming and shaving services in their room. On departure day, guests also will receive a gourmet to-go lunch and then be driven by limousine to the airport.
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