A Pontoon Boat, Bluegrass Music and Movies on the Water Highlight Each Offering
Guests can enjoy a Summer on the Water package featuring two nights’ accommodation, a half day use of a pontoon boat that accommodates nine and includes a Capitan and a $30 food and beverage credit for food on the boat. The pontoon boat, part of Skipper Bud’s fleet, will be docked at The Edgewater’s Pier, and be ready for guests use upon requested time. Rates start at $379 for the two-night package.
For guest s who wish to take in Brewgrass Fridays from the comfort of their room, a special Friday night package will be offered featuring a terrace room overlooking The Grand Plaza. Brewgrass Fridays blend Madison’s best views, brews from Door Country Brewing Co. and a classic Wisconsin fish fry while listening to some of the nation’s best Bluegrass bands. Fish Fry available in The Icehouse at 5 PM, live music starts at 6 PM. The package includes a terrace room, overnight self-parking, two fish fry dinners and two beers. Prices start at $269 for the one-night package.
Every summer Tuesday, The Edgewater presents Movies on the Water. This one-night dinner and movie package features a terrace room that overlooks the outdoor Grand Plaza, dinner on The Statehouse Terrace overlooking the movie($50 credit), popcorn and two beers, a picnic blanket and overnight self-parking. Outdoor movies are shown on The Grand Plaza and feature such popular titles as Almost Famous (6/19); High Fidelity (6/26); Pitch Perfect 3 (7/3); The Last Waltz (7/10); A Mighty Wind (7/17); Sing Street (7/24); School of Rock (8/7); The Blues Brothers (8/14); La La Land (8/21) and SING (8/28). Rates start at $259 for this one-night package.
For further information or to make a reservation call 608-535-8240 or visit www.theedgewater.com
About The Edgewater
The Edgewater, an urban resort, offers visitors the ultimate Madison experience along the shores of Lake Mendota. The hotel first opened its doors in 1948 and quickly became recognized as a prominent part of the community and culture. The Edgewater has a rich history and throughout the years has hosted an array of celebrities, including Elvis Presley, Elton John, Bob Hope and the Dalai Lama, among many others. Privately owned and operated by a team that lives in – and loves – their city, the hotel reopened after a $100 million renovation in the fall of 2014. No effort was spared to showcase the property’s breathtaking views, offer unique amenities and focus on creating Madison’s place, a community-focused hub of activity that is free and open to the public year-round. The Edgewater is a member of Historic Hotels of America. To learn more, visit www.theedgewater.com.
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