|By Marketwired .||
|July 25, 2014 03:49 PM EDT||
UNIONDALE, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/25/14 -- Just as a neighborhood can make or break the appeal of a home, a wedding venue sets the tone for a celebration. And in this day and age when couples want their weddings to reflect their style or cultural background, finding the right location is of paramount importance. Luckily for couples in the New York area, that mission is easily accomplished at the Long Island Marriott. Offering couples flexible spaces, access to a wide range of vendors and staff that can coordinate virtually any theme, this Garden City wedding venue has become the last word in creating newlyweds' first experience together.
Couples planning intimate receptions and lavish parties find equal inspiration within the hotel's more than 27,000 square feet of event space. This Long Island wedding venue boasts a Grand Ballroom, for example, that can impress up to 600 guests with its state-of-the-art sound-and-lighting system. The Chardonnay Room, meanwhile, welcomes parties of up to 175 people with skylight windows and LED lighting that features no fewer than nine different colors to ensure a pitch-perfect atmosphere.
Equally important as the space is the theme, and the hotel's staff can bring virtually any vision to life. Customized wedding menus for receptions, rehearsal dinners and post-wedding breakfasts capitalize on the chefs' culinary ingenuity. And among other NYC Indian wedding venues, this property stands out for its strong relationships with local South Asian vendors and caterers who can help create an authentic experience. Plus the hotel's diverse function spaces easily accommodate ceremonies like the Sangeet, Mehndi, Baraat and Garba.
But cultural awareness is just one of many advantages this hotel enjoys over other wedding venues in Long Island. Other perks include a luxurious suite for the bride and groom. And the couple can even earn a complimentary honeymoon by choosing the hotel for their wedding reception. The property's in-house salon is perfect for beauty treatments on the big day, and the 615 guest rooms promise plenty of comfortable space for guests. Best yet, the hotel is committed to making the day a memorable one for the bride and groom, which means it devotes all of its energy to just one wedding at a time. And that's something that makes any celebration that much more special.
About the Long Island Marriott
Guests may arrive at the Long Island Marriott for business, pleasure or a special event, but everyone can expect top-notch service and amenities. The 615 guest rooms encourage both relaxation and productivity, thanks to high-speed Internet access and luxury bedding, while the fitness center, indoor pool, racquetball courts and on-site salon provide ample opportunities for rejuvenation. In addition to 25 renovated meeting rooms, the hotel offers three restaurants that include Champions sports bar, Prime Seasons for American fare and the Skylight Lounge. Guests will also find themselves conveniently close to the Long Island business district, the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Jones Beach State Park. Location, in fact, is central to this property's convenience. Both JFK and LaGuardia Airports are easily accessible, as are major highways and the Westbury train station, all of which means the many pleasurable experiences of the hotel are available to everyone.
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Long Island Marriott
101 James Doolittle Boulevard
Uniondale, New York 11553
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