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The Kenilworth Grand Re-Opening

The Kenilworth Grand Re-Opening

The #hippest boutique hotel experience resides at The Kenilworth, and #HipNJ was there to celebrate their grand re-opening!

The Kenilworth introduced their renovated, 109-room property with a lavish, complimentary cocktail reception that showcased their unique party spaces for event planners, corporate clients and community leaders.

Darshan Lakhani, co-owner of The Kenilworth, shared just how highly anticipated the re-opening was. “It’s been a life-long dream to open a boutique hotel, and our concept has finally come to reality.”

The festivities kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony with politicians on the local and state level, including New Jersey Senator Tom Kean, Jr.

Eleven-year-old entrepreneur sensation and Englewood resident, Cory Nieves of Mr. Cory’s Cookies, made a special appearance with his “cookie trolley”.  He gifted guests with his delicious sweets, including chocolate chip, sugar and oatmeal raisin cookies.

Celebrity wedding planner Danielle Rothweiler of Rothweiler Event Design was on hand to talk shop while she previewed her one-of-kind creations.

The Kenilworth’s modern, upstairs banquet room featured Mitchter’s Small-Batch Whiskey flight sampling, and guests danced the night away with The Sterling Band, one of the tri-state area’s most premiere party acts.

Patrons who experienced The Kenilworth’s hip downstairs lounge enjoyed libations by The Jack Rose featuring Laird’s Applejack, America’s oldest native distillery and a Garden State institution since 1698, and grooved to the beats of Paul Anthony Entertainment.

Both rooms showcased the offerings of The Kenilworth’s Executive Chef, Andrew Proto, through his creative presentations for party fare.

Other sponsors included prominent New Jersey businesses such as Bloomingdale’s Short Hills, José Eber Salon, Selfie Snapshots, and Party Rental Ltd.

For bookings, reservations, and to learn more about the Kenilworth visit KennilworthInn.com.

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