The Four Diamond-rated 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel is kicking off 2016 with a Great Gatsby-themed New Year’s Eve celebration and special offer. Ring in the New Year with dinner, dancing and a 1920s vibe on the St. Lawrence Riverfront in New York’s 1000 Islands region.
The celebration begins at 7 p.m. Dec. 31 with a cocktail reception, followed by dancing, live entertainment and a dinner designed by Executive Chef Patrick Leibacher featuring 1920s-inspired stations. Guests are encouraged to come in Gatsby garb, with the chance to win prizes.
Starting at $339 based on double occupancy, the special offer includes:
- Overnight accommodations for two
- Bottle of Harbor Hotel Champagne welcome amenity
- One-hour cocktail reception
- Dinner and dancing with open bar from 8:30–12:30 a.m.
- Party favors and Champagne toast
- New Year’s Day breakfast buffet (served from 8–11 a.m.)
- 12 p.m. late checkout
A two-night option is also available, starting at $449, and including an additional breakfast. Residents can enjoy dinner and dancing for $260 per couple.
1000 Islands Harbor Hotel offers 105 guestrooms and suites, dining and state-of-the-art event space. The hotel opened in July 2014 as the third Hart Hotels’ Harbor Hotels brand, which includes Portland Harbor Hotel in Maine, and Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel in New York.
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