Celebrate Obama’s Inauguration at The Liaison Capitol Hill

Join the inaugural party in Washington DC at The Liaison, Art & Soul and ArtBar Photo: The Liasion

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2013 — The country will celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama on January 21. If you are ready to make a last minute dash to Washington, DC to be part of the fifty-seventh presidential swearing-in, The Liaison Capitol Hill, an Affinia Hotel, has an inspired four-night getaway.

Dubbed Have A Ball, this party package is $859 per night from January 18 – 22 for two people. In addition to accommodations in a newly renovated guestroom, the package includes a kick-off to the festivities upon arrival with two “Stayin’ Put” cocktails from ArtBar. Designed by the house mixologist, this patriotic blue cocktail includes Champagne, blackberry simple syrup in honor of President Obama’s favorite tea flavor and Green Hat Gin, which is the first hard-spirits distiller in the District of Columbia since Prohibition.

Have A Ball guests also receive two tickets to first Inaugural Chefs Ball, hosted by Chef Art Smith, which takes place on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Art and Soul from 11:00 p.m. — 2:00 a.m.  Guests are invited to come as they are — in chiffon or chinos — to keep the party going after other inaugural events. There will be live music, an open bar and decadent bites from a menu created by Chef Smith, Art and Soul’s Chef Wes Morton and six other renowned chefs. 

Guests can also indulge throughout their stay with a $400 credit at Art and Soul. Spread it out over four days or splurge on one meal. The credit can also be used for in-room dining, which is available 24 hours a day. 


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