Small Market Meetings

DEC 2016

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Page 7 of 51 8 Industry News 888-469-8499 T E X A S S P E C I A L I Z I N G I N S M A L L M E E T I N G M A R K E TS that surrounds it, this renovation continues the design concept established when the hotel introduced the Lakeside Ballroom, The Bench kitchen and bar, and Marriott Hotels Greatroom in 2013. "Our earlier renovation concept was so well received by guests that we're excited to expand the same character and charm to our additional Gaithersburg meeting space," said Sara Moore, general manager, Gaithersburg Marriott. "Our guests are vocal about what they like, and we strive to give them every- thing they need to create successful events." Designers from Georgia-based designONE studio envision a rich palette of neutral tones and earthy shapes and textures for the new carpet, wall covering and furnishings in the 5,940-square-foot Washingtonian Ballroom, pre-function space, Rio Meeting Room and public areas. A diverse collection of artwork has been commissioned to reflect Maryland's native beauty. tos/waswg-gaithersburg-marriott- washingtonian-center/ Major Enhancements Coming to Gaithersburg Marriott GAITHERSBURG, Maryland — The Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center's largest event space is being renovated with a more sophisticated décor and smart design for meetings and social events in Montgomery County, Maryland. By early 2017, the Gaithersburg Marriott will offer more than 6,500 square feet of newly updated function space for gala wed- dings, bar and bat mitzvahs, conferences, board meetings and other events. In the meantime, planners can take advantage of special discounts and complimentary upgrades for end-of-year gatherings. Inspired by the natural setting of Gaithersburg Marriott and the community More than 6,500 square feet of function space is being renovated at the Gaithersburg Marriott Washington Center. Courtesy Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center

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