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Lambertville Station Inn and the Dazzling Delaware Set the Scene for Singular Weddings Year 'Round
Lambertville, NJ, March 2015 - Long a landmark on the Delaware River, the Lambertville Station Inn now brings new sophistication and singular style to New Jersey weddings. Fresh from a $4 million expansion program, the Inn offers a romantic riverside setting, an exquisite wedding venue, fine cuisine, luxury rooms and the stunning new Riverview Suite - all easily reached from New York, Philadelphia and throughout New Jersey.
Set on the banks of the Delaware River in the charming town of Lambertville, the Inn is a venue for all seasons, reflecting the river's beauty year ‘round. Event spaces overlook the fabled waters that provide a perfect backdrop for a unique and unforgettable celebration.
The Riverside Ballroom, with its striking vaulted ceilings and river views, sets the scene for receptions and dinners of up to 200 participants. Floor-to-ceiling windows, custom-designed chandeliers and original works by local artists, give the Riverside Ballroom drama and individuality that works beautifully with a variety of wedding themes.
On the floor below, is The Riversedge, a spacious, open-air event space set at the water's edge. The room is furnished with a full bar and comfortable couches. Walls of blue and white and original art work reflect the sky and the river beyond. A charming patio is available to take party guests outdoors to enjoy river breezes and magnificent views. The Riversedge can host intimate wedding receptions as well as luncheons, cocktail hours, showers and rehearsal dinners.
The Ceremony Room, also open-air, overlooking picturesque Swan Creek, is a lovely venue. Its natural light, crystal chandeliers, beautiful floral paintings and creek views lend intimacy and elegance to any wedding.
The new Riverview Suite is a luxurious two-room suite with fabulous river views including a large bar and entertaining area, double sided fireplace, a king bed and an extravagant marble bath with rain shower and soaking tub. This room is truly a unique bridal suite where memories are made.
A professional staff of experienced wedding planners is available to help plan every detail of a wedding from small, intimate ceremonies to the most lavish gala. Banquet Director Marielle Wolf serves as wedding planner, assisting couples in creating an event that reflects the individuality and vision of each couple. On the wedding day, a professional Bridal Attendant and Maître d' are on hand to ensure that all runs smoothly with every detail checked and every request fulfilled.
The Inn offers 46 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites. The fresh, contemporary interiors include an array of luxury amenities: Ethan Allen furnishings, fine linens, Sealy Posturepedic Encore Beds, wide screen cable TV and complimentary WIFI. Suites include fireplaces, and most rooms have spectacular river views. Room service is available and each morning, a complimentary Continental Breakfast and newspaper are delivered to each guest's door. Parking is free.
Take a hike or a bike. Kayak on the Delaware or soar in a hot air balloon. Raise a glass at a nearby winery. Make a fabulous find at the Golden Nugget Flea Market, one of the area’s largest. Dine around at restaurants that span cuisine from Continental and American to dishes from Mexico and Myanmar. Take in a show at New Hope's Bucks County Playhouse. Dance the night away in the area's clubs. Feel a part of American history - George Washington crossed the Delaware just a few miles away from Lambertville and America's past is present in its gracious Colonial and Victorian houses, beautiful gardens and antiques and art galleries.
Forbes named Lambertville one of "America's Prettiest Towns" and
Travel & Leisure dubbed it one of the "quirkiest" for its unique charms and individualistic residents. Historic Lambertville offers excellent shopping, fine restaurants, and architectural gems that include Federal, Victorian and French Second Empire styles. Known as New Jersey's Antiques Center, Lambertville is home to shops and art galleries that feature antiques from Colonial to Mid-Century Modern.
Noted artists and skilled craftspeople reside here and Lambertville is known for custom-made furniture, fine jewelry and artworks that reflect the grace and beauty of life along the river. The past is present in the many historical sites in the area, including the Washington’s Crossing Historic Park that hosts the annual reenactment of George Washington's heroic crossing of the Delaware.
Lambertville is a year 'round celebration. Welcome spring at the legendary Shad Festival. In October, the Lambertville Food Fare draws chefs from the area's finest restaurants. January's Winter Fest keeps spirits high.
Contact information for the Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn:
Inn Reservations can be made online at www.lambertvillestation.com or call 609-397-4400.
Wedding Tips and Trends
Marielle Wolf, Banquet Director at The Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn, offers advice on wedding planning and what's trending now.
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