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Houston Marriott Offering Special Wedding Deal

November 23, 2016 Industry News
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Engagement season is right around the corner, and at just $45 per person, the Houston Marriott North's new "Perfect Spot to Tie the Knot" wedding package makes the property's stylish ballroom in Houston the ideal venue for couples to begin their forever together.

Now through March 31, couples who book a "Perfect Spot" wedding will treat their guests to a host of upscale amenities:

Cocktail hour (includes a gourmet cheese display and sparkling punch)

Reception (includes a three-course meal, expertly prepared by the property's culinary team, topped off with a champagne toast and the couple's wedding cake for dessert)

Elegant linens, house centerpieces, dance floor, staging, tables and chairs

A certified wedding planner to guide couples to their perfect day

Plus, all service charges and taxes are included in the $45 per guest rate.

The topping on the cake? Every couple deserves special consideration on their special day, so for couples that sign a contract before Jan. 15, 2017, the Houston Marriott North offers the following perks:

Ten thousand Bonus Marriott Rewards Points, in addition to the (up to 50,000) points automatically earned for the event;

Complimentary deluxe sleeping room accommodations for the bride and groom on the night of the wedding reception.

Also, guests staying at this North Houston wedding venue are eligible for special discounted room rates and complimentary shuttle service to and from Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Paired with friendly service, 15,000 square feet of flexible event space, recently renovated hotel rooms designed for relaxation and an ideal location near Old Town Spring's excellent range of shopping, dining, and cultural attractions, the Marriott Houston North is one of the premier event venues in the Houston metropolitan area. 

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