Same-sex wedding bells are ringing in Long Beach

Posted by Troy Petenbrink
July 3, 2013 6:55 PM |

Hotel_Maya_1.jpgJust days after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act and California's Proposition 8, Hotel Maya – a Doubletree by Hilton in Long Beach, Calif. – yesterday announced its new “All Love Is Equal” wedding packages in celebration of marriage equality returning to California.

Guests who book and hold their weddings between now and Tuesday, Dec. 31, with weddings occurring Sunday through Thursday, will receive the following complimentary amenities:

  • Event self-parking for all wedding guests.
  • Wine service with dinner featuring two bottles of house wine per table.
  • Chiavari chairs, including choice of gold and silver chairs, along with a choice of black or white pads.

Hotel_Maya_11.jpgThe 199-room resort at the water’s edge is an award-winning wedding location and favorite among wedding planners and guests, which features six settings including Jardin De Palmeras, The Esplanade and Playa at the Maya. Hotel Maya and Fuego, the Latin-infused, indoor-outdoor restaurant, provide spectacular views of the downtown skyline, Queen Mary and Pacific Ocean.

“Hotel Maya is the perfect wedding location at the beach, near the waterfall or beneath one of the world’s largest canopies,” said Kristi Allen, general manager at Hotel Maya. “Our staff of certified wedding coordinators and catering team will create an unforgettable experience.”

Hotel_Maya_6.jpgThe wedding package complimentary items are not valid with any other promotions or discounts, are subject to availability, and substitutions are prohibited. For additional wedding package information or to book a wedding, call 562-481-3918 or visit hotelmayalongbeach.com/weddings.

Hilton Worldwide is sponsor of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association.

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