KNOXVILLE, TN – Oct. 15, 2020 – THE TENNESSEAN Hotel, East Tennessee’s first personal luxury hotel, brings the glitz and glamour of the 1920s to overnight guests with Gatsby-themed offerings available Halloween weekend, Oct. 30 through Nov. 1.
The Great Gatsby Weekend features Prohibition Tea on Saturday afternoon, a timeless tradition of Great Britain with a 1920s twist. The tea service features special handcrafted cocktails with some served in teacups and an exquisite selection of teas, scones, sandwiches and sweets. A knowledgeable mixologist from The Drawing Room will discuss the history of the liquor in regards to the Prohibition era to provide an educational piece for guests.
The Drawing Room, the hotel’s restaurant and bar, will take on a speakeasy feel on Halloween with music and an elevated specialty menu.
Guests are encouraged to don flapper attire and suits for complimentary photo stations, including posing with a vintage antique car on the drive. A prize will be awarded to the best-dressed guest.
Attendance to the Great Gatsby Halloween party is included in the nightly room rate and are optional for participation. Food and beverage during the evening will be offered on an a la carte basis. The Prohibition Tea is $42 per attendee before tax and gratuity.
Situated near the banks of the Tennessee River, guests at THE TENNESSEAN can enjoy all that Knoxville has to offer including a variety of historic landmarks, outdoor recreational activities and a vibrant arts, theatre and culinary scene. Less than an hour drive from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Knoxville is also home to The University of Tennessee and the prestigious 1982 World’s Fair Park.
For reservations or more information, including the hotel’s COVID-19 protocols, visit www.TheTennesseanHotel.com.
About THE TENNESSEAN Hotel
THE TENNESSEAN is more than a hotel. It is an authentic East Tennessee experience from the imaginative contemporary décor to the spirit of Southern Hospitality that imbues the professional staff. The hotel’s interior design reflects the flow of the nearby Tennessee River, and the property’s logo features the Tennessee state flower, the Iris. The hotel’s 82 guest rooms and suites are spacious and include turndown service, robe and slippers, in-room safe as well as hotel essentials such as workstation desks and coffee makers. Learn more about Knoxville’s only AAA Four Diamond Hotel and make a reservation at www.TheTennesseanHotel.com.
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